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Caring for Ragdoll Kittens


Neutering or Spayed

At 10 to 12 weeks they're ready to be picked up from us in San Luis Obispo. Immediately after, the kittens should have their second set of shots. At maturity, Ragdoll males weigh 15-20 pounds and females 10-15 pounds. You should not have your Ragdoll kitten spayed or neutered until it weighs 2 to 4 pounds (or more.)

A Fertile Ragdoll Cat


Ragdolls are considered a low maintenance kitten. Their hair rarely tangles. If your cat ever does need grooming, which won't be often, a quick brush with a steel comb will suffice. Due to the fact that they seldom shed, hairballs are rarely a problem and they bathe and groom themselves with their gentle tongues. Although, your Ragdoll kittens will enjoy the quality time that you will spend with them when you groom them. Brushing of the scalp also stimulates their blood flow, which is good.

How cooling affects Ragdoll kitten's coloring


Your kitten will enjoy Kibble dry food, and lots of fresh water. Don't feed them milk - contrary to what you see on the cartoons, cow's milk is bad for a kittens digestive system.

Two Ragdoll kittens at night


Be cautious when letting your Ragdoll kittens go outside. They are so docile that they would willingly approach the most ferocious looking coyote or hawk while purring.

Photo 1 Ragdoll Kittens playing outside in a protected area

Photo 2 Ragdoll Kittens playing outside in a protected area



Roxy's Ragdoll Kittens
San Luis Obispo, CA
Phone: 805-440-2316

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