Welcome to Badgerrags
We are a small home cattery that breeds Ragdoll cats, located just between Sanger and Denton Texas. We are located about 40 minutes northwest of the Dallas, Plano and Frisco areas. Close proximity to Aubrey, Pilot Point and Celina, Texas. We are registered as a Cattery with TICA (The International Cat Association) and CFA (Cat Fancier’s Association)
We were licensed in 2016, began the breeding process in 2017, which resulted in our first litter of babies, in early 2018. We love the Ragdoll cat because it is different from most other cat breeds in so many ways. They have the sweetest dispositions and are like puppies, following you everywhere you go. They are wonderful, cuddly lap cats, the kittens run to us to be picked up and held, they want to be in every room with you. Most of the Ragdolls are very social, greeting your friends at the door. One lovely characteristic of the Ragdoll have is that is that soft, bunny fur. They do shed a bit, but mostly in the warmer seasons, you will not notice it if you comb them one in a while.
We have an assortment of Kings and Queens to provide a few litters yearly, of the cutest, healthiest kittens you will ever find. All of the Dams and Sires are tested Negative for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy (HCM), Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD), Feline Leukemia (FeLV), and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) before they are bred. These reports will be sent home with you upon your kitten’s adoption day. Along with the kitten’s record of age appropriate vaccinations and wormings.
In order to prevent disease, we are adamant about handwashing and shoe covers for all who enter our home, including potential adoptive families. You may visit the kittens, by appointment only, after we receive your deposit. We also keep you updated on the kittens’ growth (and cuteness) with photos and videos. Your kitten will be ready to go “home” with you at about 12 – 13 weeks of age. By then, it will be weaned and fully socialized by their Mama and us. Being an ethical breeder your kitten will have been spayed or neutered – they heal much quicker at a young age and it eliminates your worry in the future. The kittens are all microchipped. Their age appropriate vaccinations will have been done, including de-worming 2 times. The kittens are litter trained, and eating high quality kitten food ready to go to your home. I have been telling everyone that if possible, filtered water is best.