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Ragdoll Kittens for Sale in Texas: Breeders List 2021

Quincy Miller

It’s impossible not to fall in love with a Ragdoll cat. Even people who don’t like cats love Ragdolls because they’re sweet, adorable, and incredibly affectionate.

That’s why Ragdoll breeders are so common in many places — there’s more than enough demand to meet the supply. If you live in Texas and want to add one of these cats to your brood, you’re in luck: the catteries on the list here are all more than capable of hooking you up with your next best friend.

Pet Keen advocates for adopting before shopping. We understand there are many reasons for seeking a breeder, though, so we encourage it to be done the right way. We have not personally investigated all of the breeders below, rather, we have gathered their details for you to get in touch and ask all the right questions before you decide. Learn more about our position and how to choose a breeder here.

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8 Ragdoll Kittens Breeders in Texas

1. Texas Ragdoll Kittens

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Dallas, TX

If you’re interested in showing a cat, Texas Ragdoll Kittens can give you a kitty with champion bloodlines, but they’re primarily focused on creating the best pets possible. They even offer discounts if you adopt two or more, so you can be sure that your newfound friend has a friend of their own.

If you fall in love with one of their cats but are not near Dallas, don’t worry — they have a pet nanny service that can fly your new pet out to you. It’s an additional fee, of course, but you’ll have the peace of mind that comes with knowing your baby is taken care of on every step of their journey.


2. Casablanca Ragdolls

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Lampasas, TX

Casablanca Ragdolls takes the health of their cats seriously, and they subject them to a battery of tests to ensure that they’re free of all diseases. They’re also a closed cattery, so you don’t have to worry about strange people coming in and potentially spreading contagions to your cat.

They have quite the extensive amount of paperwork that you’ll need to fill out to take one home, but while that’s annoying in the short term, it’s good for both you and your cat in the long run. Those documents ensure that you’ll be getting a healthy cat — and that you agree to keep them that way.


3. Pearl’s Ragdolls

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Ft. Worth, TX

Pearl’s Ragdolls is a small, home-based cattery that never keeps their animals in cages, so you can be sure that your cat is well-loved and equally well-socialized. This cattery only breeds in traditional colors, so if you want something a little less conventional, you’ll need to look elsewhere.

The primary goal of this breeder is to create Ragdolls that are outgoing and agreeable, and any cat that you bring home is sure to be a loving and loyal pet for years to come.


4. Jamila’s Ragdolls

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Smithville, TX

Jamila’s Ragdolls goes the extra mile to give their kittens the most loving childhood possible. While their cats are allowed to roam around their house and are never put in cages, newborns are placed in an adjacent cabin with a large nursery, ensuring that they can spend as much time with their mother as possible without being interrupted.

Each of the cats is pedigreed and TICA registered, and the breeders observe proper breeding etiquette, meaning they don’t produce many litters. That’s good for the health of their cats, but it also means you shouldn’t dilly-dally if you want to buy from them.


5. Ragdoll Blues

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Dallas, TX

The kittens at Ragdoll Blues get such incredible, personalized attention from the breeder, they might feel that living with you is a step down! The breeder gets up every 2 hours at night to check on newborn kittens and provide for their needs, and she’s every bit the mother that their queen is.

She’s also incredibly responsive via email, which is a rare thing among breeders. No matter what question you may have, you should get a response within 24 hours. While you’re waiting to adopt your reserved kitten, she’ll keep you up to date with regular pictures.


6. Kazodolls Ragdolls

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Houston, TX

The breeder behind Kazodolls Ragdolls is also a veterinary technician, so you can be certain that your new cat will get elite medical care in the first few weeks of their life. Not only is this cattery TICA registered, but they’re also a part of the “Responsible Breeders” program, ensuring that all their animals are well taken care of.

This is a highly responsive breeder, and they’ll quickly reply to texts and comments on their Facebook page. Those are also the best ways to keep up to date on their litters, as their kittens tend to go fast.


7. Texas BlueRags Ragdolls

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Dallas, TX

Texas BlueRags Ragdolls is a mother/daughter cattery in which all their kittens are raised in their home. They’re also DNA tested for mutations and other diseases, ensuring that you get a healthy cat capable of living a long, happy life.

Their website has an active blog in which they list any recent accomplishments made by their cats, so you can see those champion bloodlines in action. You don’t have to show any kitten that you bring home from here, of course. These cats are so used to constant love and affection, they make wonderful pets.


8. BadgerRags Ragdoll Kittens

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Denton, TX

BadgerRags is a newer cattery, as they only started breeding Ragdolls in 2018. However, they’ve quickly made a name for themselves, largely due to the fact that they go above and beyond in ensuring that their cats are healthy and free from defects or diseases.

That concern for their health extends to visitors who come to inspect the cattery, as they’ll be expected to wash hands, put on shoe covers, and take other precautions to prevent bringing pathogens inside. Visits are by appointment only, but if you reserve a cat, you can expect regular pics and videos.


Featured Image Credit: dezy, Shutterstock

Quincy Miller

Quincy has been around mutts his entire life and has been writing about them for the past nine years and now consists of sharing a house with three spoiled pups who couldn’t hold down a job to save their lives. Quincy never intended to be a cat person. When his wife brought home a kitten one day, he told her she had one week to find it a new home. That week turned into 10 years (his wife moves very slowly), and that kitten turned into three (they got two more, the kitten didn't self-replicate). After a decade of sharing his home with the dogs and three cats, one horrifying realization finally set in: oh God, he's a cat person now too, isn't he???