Ragdoll Cat Breeders in Pennsylvania | Kittens & Cats for Sale

Ragdoll Cat Breeders in Pennsylvania

Looking for Ragdoll cat breeders in Pennsylvania? You’ve landed on the right page!

Ragdolls are docile, laidback, interesting, and curious cats. They’re a lot of fun to have around, and make for awesome domestic pets (I’m a little envious you’re getting one).

To help you out, I’ve put together a listing of all the Ragdoll breeders in Pennsylvania – start calling around and see if you can find the perfect kitten:

Ragdoll Cat Breeders in Pennsylvania With Kittens and Cats for Sale

BreederAddressTel NumberWebsite
Abbey Road RagsBucks County, PANAabbeyroadrags.com
Jazzmania RagdollsWrightsville, PANAjazzmaniaragdolls.com
Ally’s RagdollsDuncannon, PA717-503-1779allysragdolls.com
Raggymania RagdollsYork, PA717-898-0916raggymaniaragdolls.com
Ahart for RagsEaston, PA844-740-5814ahartforrags.net
Milkyway RagdollsElkland, PA570-418-5200milkywayragdolls.com
A Ragdoll to LoveHarrisburg, PA717-856-4338aragdolltolove.com

Abbey Road Rags

Address – Bucks County, PA

Phone – NA

Website abbeyroadrags.com

Jazzmania Ragdolls

Address – Wrightsville, PA

Phone – NA

Website jazzmaniaragdolls.com

Ally’s Ragdolls

Address – Duncannon, PA

Phone – 717-503-1779

Website allysragdolls.com

Raggymania Ragdolls

Address – York, PA

Phone – 717-898-0916

Website raggymaniaragdolls.com

Ahart for Rags

Address – Easton, PA

Phone – 844-740-5814

Website ahartforrags.net

Milkyway Ragdolls

Address – Elkland, PA

Phone – 570-418-5200

Website milkywayragdolls.com

A Ragdoll to Love

Address – Harrisburg, PA

Phone – 717-856-4338

Website aragdolltolove.com

TICA and CFA Certifications

You may have seen some breeders saying they are TICA and 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 the world’s largest purebred cat registry and the only global organization that represents all breeds of cats.

TICA was founded in 1967 and currently has more than 190 member associations, with more than 20,000 members in 90 countries.

The Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA) is the largest, most experienced, and most respected cat registry in the world.

The CFA has become the single source for all things related to cats and cat fanciers. It has a membership of over 165,000 people worldwide who own purebred cats or subscribe to their periodicals.

What Is the Average Price of a Ragdoll?

The average price of a Ragdoll cat depends on where you buy it, how old it is, and if it’s pedigree. For example, if you buy one from a breeder in California, then the cost for just the kitten will be around $1,000.

I looked into a couple of breeders in Nevada and saw they were charging around $800-$1,200 for a kitten. While pedigree Ragdolls can cost several thousand dollars more.

Colors and Coat Patterns of Ragdolls

The first thing you’ll probably notice is that Ragdolls have striking colors. They can be any color you can imagine, but it’s not the color that makes them stand out, it’s the patterns of their coats.

Wikipedia narrows this down to six core colors; red, seal, chocolate, blue, lilac, and cream. As well as four very different coat patterns; colorpoint, mitted, bicolor, and blur point.

When talking with a breeder about their available kittens, this is something you will need to discuss in detail. They will be able to explain the colors and markings of the cats they’re breeding to give you an idea of what might be available.

Something cool to be aware of is that ragdolls are a ‘pointed’ breed. This means, they are born white, then colors appear on their ‘pointed’ areas; such as the face, ears, paws, and tail.

Are Ragdoll Cats High Maintenance?

If you’re looking for an easy-going, low-maintenance pet, a Ragdoll cat may not be the one for you. But if you’re willing to put in the work and really care about your Ragdoll’s well being, they can make a great addition to any home.

Ragdolls are known as “high maintenance” cats because they require regular grooming sessions to maintain their long hair.

Ragdolls are part of the “Longhair” cat group, which also includes Persians and other longhaired cats. The primary issue with long-haired cats is that their coats mat very easily, and over time can become extremely matted or refuse to lie down completely.

Personally, I don’t mind putting in the time to brush my cats when I’m spending time with them. So, I don’t always see them as ‘high maintenance’, I guess it comes down to how you perceive having to groom your cat.

Do Ragdolls Make Good Pets?

Ragdolls are exceptionally friendly and affectionate cats that make excellent companions. They can fit right into a busy, or single-person home when introduced as kittens.

They’re are also known for their brilliant personalities, which makes them great pets for people who prefer calm, well-adjusted animals with a good disposition.

It’s crucial to remember that kittens can be playful, and even a little rambunctious. Kittens may scratch or bite when they get excited, and that is completely normal.

Ragdolls are known for their thick coats of fur, so it’s not uncommon for them to shed. It’s important to groom them often with a damp cloth to keep their fur looking and feeling nice.

The bottom line is; if you’re willing to put in the time to groom and play with your Ragdoll, they’re going to provide you with endless hours of fun and affection. They’re real cat-people cats, that’s for sure.

If you want a hands-off self-sufficient cat, you should look for a different breed.

Couldn’t find the available kittens you’re after? Check out more of our Ragdoll breeder listings in; Michigan, Virginia, and Illinois.

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