Welcome To The Official Website of
The British Ragdoll Cat Club
Member of the GCCF
Kitten Availability List
Are You Looking For A Ragdoll Kitten? – PLEASE READWe have received reports and seen advertisements on various pets for sale websites for Ragdoll kittens for sale that have yet to be born or are extremely young. People are being asked to pay deposits of money to go on waiting lists or reserve kittens. In one case the potential mother of potential kittens had not yet been mated. Cats are pregnant for 9 weeks. No one can predict when a female cat will come into season or even if she will fall pregnant. PLEASE do not pay any money for a kitten you have not been to see in its home with its mother and any siblings present. The normal age for viewing any kitten is after it has received its first vaccination and health check by a veterinary surgeon at 8 to 9 weeks of age. By handing over money to a breeder you do not know you may become the victim of a scam for kittens that do not exist and never will exist. This has happened and the person never received their money back and it was traced to an African country. If the breeder is genuine and ethical they should not be advertising for sale any kitten that has not been born yet. There is no guarantee that any kittens will be born, that they will be born live and that they will thrive in the first few weeks of life – there are kitten losses. If you do pay a deposit on a kitten that does not exist or when you visit for the first time you are not happy with the kitten you may not be able to get your money back. Some genuine, ethical breeders will keep a waiting list of potential new owners but they will not ask you for any money until the kitten has been viewed and both parties are happy with a sale. This is perfectly acceptable. Sometimes there are not many Ragdoll kittens available and potential new owners do have to wait and be patient but remember you will always find the kitten you are looking for.
When considering purchasing a kitten please check the GCCF list of suspended breeders
as you will not be able to buy a GCCF registered kitten from anyone who is currently suspended. More information and a link to the list of suspended breeders can be found here.
Please scroll down the page to see the list of available kittens and recommended pricing
For the latest availability of kittens please phone one of our helplines
below or email the TBRCC Kitten List Registrar.
If you find a kitten/cat of interest, please refer to the, please refer to the
Breeders Page to obtain their contact details.
Anne Bradley: 01677 425929 (Yorkshire) - Central Kitten List Holder
Please note that all kittens that have been on the list for 2 calendar months and the club has not been advised that they have found new homes, it will be assumed new homes have been found and they will be removed from the list. No kittens under the age of 9 weeks will be included in this list.
For kitten list updates, please email the club Kitten List Registrar or telephone one of our helplines. The kitten list will be updated weekly on a Friday evening. All updates must be with the 'postman' or helplines by Thursday morning to be included for the weekly update.
Thank you for your co-operation.
If you are looking to buy a kitten please read these official documents put together by various animal welfare organisations and DEFRA.
There is a section in the checklist on buying a pedigree kitten.
DISCLAIMER: The British Ragdoll Cat Club cannot accept responsibility for any failure on the part of the breeder.
Each kitten/cat is unique and therefore temperament cannot be guaranteed.
TBRCC recommends the following
prices for Ragdoll kittens:
|Pet||£600 - £800 (plus neutering, if applicable)|
|Show Neuter||£600 - £800 (plus neutering, if applicable)|
|Breeding Queen||From £900 - £1200|
|Show/ Breeding Queen||From £900 - £1200|
|Show/Stud Potential||From £1000 - £1500|
These prices are for purebred registered with the GCCF, TICA or FIFe, vaccinated, health-checked kittens. If the kitten is not registered, it is NOT a pedigree, even if the 'breeder' provides a family tree which would suggest it is. A cat or kitten MUST be registered for it to be a pedigree.