Have your heart set on adopting a cute Ragdoll kitten? Looking for Ragdoll Cat Breeders in Wisconsin?
I’m here to help!
In this article, I’ve done some research and put together a list of all of the reputable breeders across Wisconsin selling/breeding Ragdoll cats – from house pets to show quality.
I’ve also included some additional resources to provide some more options in the way of shelters and rescues, and online Ragdoll communities.
Looking for a new kitten is always an exciting time – I wish you good luck!
Ragdoll Cat Breeders in Wisconsin | Kittens & Cats for Sale
|Angelheart Ragdolls||Burlington, Wisconsin||262-767-9001||http://angelheartragdolls.com/|
|WI Floppy Cats||Nekoosa, WI||715-459-7178||https://www.wifloppycats.com/|
|Roulette Ragdolls||Fox Lake, WI 53933||NA||http://www.rouletii.com/|
|Beyond the Valleyragdolls||Baldwin, Wisconsin||651-323-7880||https://beyondthevalleyragdolls.com/|
|Springvale Dolls||Brandon, WI||920-979-2520||http://springvaledolls.com/|
|Starliterags Cattery||Plover, Wisconsin, 54467||715-340-3435||https://www.starliterags.net/|
Address – Burlington, Wisconsin
Phone – 262-767-9001
Website – http://www.angelheartragdolls.com/
Address – Wisconsin
Phone – 715.498.2405
Website – https://www.ragdollcat.net/
Address – Wisconsin
Phone – 715-345-9607
Website – http://www.eliteragdolls.com/
WI Floppy Cats
Address – Nekoosa, WI
Phone – 715-459-7178
Website – https://www.wifloppycats.com/
Address – Fox Lake, WI 53933
Phone – NA
Website – http://www.rouletii.com/index.html
Beyond the Valleyragdolls
Address – Baldwin, Wisconsin
Phone – 651-323-7880
Website – https://beyondthevalleyragdolls.com/
Address – Brandon, WI
Phone – 920-979-2520
Website – http://springvaledolls.com/
Address – Plover, Wisconsin, 54467
Phone – 715-340-3435
Website – https://www.starliterags.net/
TICA and CFA Certifications
When looking for reassurance that a breeder or cattery is operating ethically and following the correct breeding protocols, there are a couple of certifications to look out for.
The International Cat Association – a club for all who have an interest in cats and their well-being. Not only does TICA sponsor educational opportunities, but it also offers registry services for purebred cats.
It’s one of the largest and most respected cat registries in the world because it’s open to everyone. All you need is an interest in domestic felines and a willingness to abide by TICA’s Code of Ethics.
The Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA) – an international organization of judges, cat show exhibitors, and enthusiasts devoted to the natural beauty and healthy breeding of pedigreed cats.
The CFA was founded in 1907 by Mrs. H.J. Willard and a small group of friends who wished to promote “the scientific breeding of pure-bred cats” according to the Standard Of Excellence (SOE) set forth by good breeders for many decades before them.
I thought I’d share some additional resources that I think will come in handy for some new or prospective Ragdoll parents:
AdoptaPet.com – AdoptaPet is an online resource that helps connect you with hundreds, maybe even thousands of rescues, shelters, and other places where there are cats in need of homes.
I’m not going to put any pressure on, but there is something rewarding about taking in an adult cat in need of a home.
Ragdolls on Reddit – There is a huge community (25k+ at the time of publishing) over on Reddit.
It’s a good place to make some friends, share cute pictures, and ask any specific questions you have.
How Much Does a Ragdoll Kitten Cost?
The cost of a Ragdoll kitten can be anywhere from $500 to $3,000 as there are many factors that affect the price.
For example, some breeders will charge more for kittens with unique or rare coloration or patterns. Ragdolls with a stong strong pedigree or show cat lineage will also cost considerably more.
This is something to discuss in detail with a breeder before making a decision. To give you a rough idea, however, here is what you can expect to pay:
|Type of Ragdoll||Approximate Price|
Are Ragdoll Cats High Maintenance?
If you’re looking for an easy-going, low-maintenance pet, a Ragdoll cat is pretty high up on the list of cat breeds that meet these requirements.
They do require some brushing, typically at least two times a week. But this isn’t a big deal and is a great way to bond with your cat.
Ragdolls do prefer attention and having someone around more than they do being left alone all day – but who can blame them?
As long as you are looking for a cat that will become a part of your family and spend time with you, Ragdolls are a perfect choice.
Do Ragdolls Make Good Pets?
If you ask anyone with a Ragdoll, I’m sure they’re going to tell you that they are perfect pets!
They are certainly adorable and fluffy, but are they right for you?
Some of the things you should consider before taking on a ragdoll cat as an addition to your house family is whether or not you have kids and other pets.
Generally speaking, they make great pets for families with kids as they love attention – and they are known for being very docile and tolerant.
They can be very playful and boisterous, but they can also be a bit clumsy at times.
Some young kids may be a little intimidated by them or find them too rough to play with because of their size. But they really are big softies.
Another thing you need to think about is whether or not your ragdoll will get along with the other cats and pets in your house.
As long as you introduce them to your other pets correctly it should be something you can easily manage.
I’ve never heard of a Ragdoll being aggressive or causing any problems. They can be a little too playful for older cats, but it shouldn’t be an issue if you have plenty of toys for them, a cat tree, etc.
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