As we are now lucky enough to be retired, we spend countless hours of enjoyment tending to the needs of our "four legged friends" and of course that wonderful experience, which never ceases to amaze us of raising babies, which result in a healthy little ragdoll kitten ready to play that special role in someone else's life.

Our kittens are born in their own special bedroom and raised underfoot in our home, giving us great pleasure and of course many laughs as we watch the antics of the kittens, or as Joe calls them "the flying felinis". Our Mums and babies are never caged and therefore enjoy the social aspects of family life right from the beginning and are completely content with living indoors.

Our little treasures have the best possible care from the time of conception until they leave us to go to their new homes and above all are shown lots of love and affection, resulting in a ragdoll kitten you will be proud to own.

We are a closed cattery, therefore guarding against outside disease and our girls are never overbred, as their continued good health, we believe is the essence of our healthy kittens. We usually have kittens available throughout the breeding season for loving homes. Please remember that visitors are always encouraged and welcome to meet our ragdolls and see how their kitten will be raised. Just give us a call to organise a convenient time.

Please feel free to contact us regarding availability of kittens or just for some advice as we are always more than happy to try and help in any way.

Kind regards,
Phone: (08) 95347017.
Hi, my name is Michele and along with my husband Joe, we have a small family ragdoll cattery situated by the coast in Mandurah, just south of Perth in beautiful Western Australia, where we share our lives with our "feline friends" and our English Springer Spaniels named Hannah and Tarni who play a special role in the lives of our ragdolls. We have been breeding Ragdolls for over 16 years now and could not imagine our lives without them.
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