Looking for Ragdoll cat breeders in Oregon to find yourself a cute new addition for your home?
In this post, I’ve put together a list of all the breeders in the state of Oregon I could find that are currently breeding purebred Ragdolls.
I also included some additional resources for finding cats in need of a home and some online communities to meet other Ragdoll owners.
Ragdolls aren’t just cute cats; they’re lovable, friendly, great house pets that fit in perfectly with busy homes – good luck with your search!
Ragdoll Cat Breeders in Oregon | Kittens & Cats for Sale
|Boring, OR, 97009
|My Ragdoll Heaven
|Heavenly Rags Ragdolls
|Spokane, WA (delivers to Oregon)
|Dragon Heart Cattery
|Grants Pass, Oregon
|Ragdoll Kittens 4U
|Rose City Felines
Address – Boring, OR, 97009
Phone – 775-742-8008
Website – https://www.oregonragdolls.com/
My Ragdoll Heaven
Address – Portland, OR
Phone – 503-459-2837
Website – https://www.myragdollheaven.com/
Heavenly Rags Ragdolls
Address – Spokane, Washington (will deliver to Oregon)
Phone – 208-691-9280
Website – https://heavenlyrags.net/
Address – Portland, Oregon
Phone – NA
Website – https://ragdollspdx.com/
Address – Salem, Oregon
Phone – 503-307-4389
Website – https://ragdollsnw.com/
Address – Bend, Oregon
Phone – 503-683-3693
Website – https://angelicaragdolls.com/
Dragon Heart Cattery
Address – Grants Pass, Oregon
Phone – 541-659-1216
Website – https://www.dragonheartcattery.com/
Ragdoll Kittens 4U
Address – Albany, OR
Phone – 541-990-9294
Website – https://www.ragdollkittens4u.com/
Rose City Felines
Address – Oregon
Phone – 503-999-0552
Website – https://www.rosecityfelines.com/
TICA and CFA Certifications
You may have seen the logo or a note on a breeder’s website that they are TICA and/or CFA certified. This is an extra stamp of approval that they registered their cats and are maintaining a high standard.
Here’s what these organizations mean:
The International Cat Association (TICA) is an organization that was founded in 1967 with the primary purpose of upholding high standards of breeding for cats.
They require extensive education from their members and are involved in various activities such as showing, judging, and organizing World Championships.
The Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA) is the world’s premier cat organization and the largest registry and show organization for pedigreed cats.
The CFA recognizes five long hair & six shorthair breeds of cats as well as three types of longhaired kittens. Only registered purebred cats are allowed to participate in any CFA show or event.
How Much Do Ragdoll Cats Cost?
It’s always difficult giving a rough estimation of how much any rare or exotic breed of cat costs.
There are a number of factors that contribute to the cost, and the cost can easily vary by several hundred dollars.
That said, I’ve looked at the pricing for several breeders, and here is the best estimate I can give you:
|Type of Ragdoll
There is no shortage of enthusiastic Ragdoll owners out there, you just need to know where to look!
A good place to start is Reddit, one of the largest online platforms for people with shared interests to hang out and share information.
The Ragdoll community is pretty big. It had 25k+ members at the time of writing this. If you have any questions as a new – or expecting – Ragdoll owner, it’s a great place to ask.
Another resource I wanted to share is AdoptaPet.com. AdoptaPet is a good choice if you’re not able to find available kittens from the above breeders, or if you just want to adopt a Ragdoll in need of a home.
There is nothing wrong with adopting a new kitten. But there is something very rewarding about giving an older cat a new home and a higher standard of living.
Are Ragdoll Cats High Maintenance?
Ragdolls are not typically high-maintenance cats. Their easy going nature makes them great pets for people with busy lifestyles.
They will also adjust well in most situations – whether your home is small or large – making them perfect for families with children.
One thing to know about Ragdolls is that they do need to be brushed regularly. Most Ragdoll cats enjoy spending hours being brushed, petted, and loved on, so it’s not a chore.
According to experts, the best way to maintain their coat and keep it in good condition is to brush them at least twice a week.
If you do not keep on top of grooming you may have to take your Ragdoll to a groomer once every month or so to get the knots and tangled fur resolved.
Do Ragdolls Make Good Pets?
Absolutely, Ragdolls are awesome pets!
One thing – you will be amazed at their size and weight when they’re fully grown as the pictures really do not do them justice.
Ragdolls are a large breed, with males weighing between 15-20 pounds and females being between 12-18 pounds.
They are known to be laid back and gentle giants though and are far from intimidating.
These cats are great for families with children because they love attention and playing and you don’t need to worry about scratching (don’t test this with a tail pulling toddler!).
As kittens, they are fluffy balls of fun and really enjoy playtime and having their own furniture like a cat tree to play with.
As they grow up, you’ll see their individual characters coming out along with the mild natured, affectionate, and loving traits that Ragdolls are known for.
If you’re looking for a new addition to your home and want a cat that’s interactive (when not sleeping most of the day), enjoys your company, and has a personality – a Ragdoll is going to be perfect!
Ragdoll Breeders Across the U.S.
If you didn’t find available Ragdolls that met your requirements from the breeders listed above, click any of the states below to see Ragdoll breeders in that state:
Image credits – Header Photo by Leonsa, Ragdoll photo by Kanashi on Unsplash