Ragdoll Kittens and Cats Available
BellaPalazzo Ragdoll Cats is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the Ragdoll cat breed. Occasionally there are Ragdoll kittens available for select homes or adult Ragdoll cats looking for a forever home of their own. Below you will find information about the breed I have chosen to work with, the Ragdoll cat, as well as many cat and kitten pictures. Please do your research on cat breeds and cat breeders before you make any decisions on purchasing a Ragdoll cat. BellaPalazzo is very selective about the placement of our kittens. Owning a pet requires a long term commitment to their care and happiness. We have done years of personal trial and error work to send you home with all of the very best information on how to raise and care for your new Ragdoll kitten from BellaPalazzo.
Please note: I raise Ragdoll kittens as a hobby. I love this breed, I love Ragdoll cats and Ragdoll kittens and I especially love MY babies. This is not a business for me. I do not make money, nor do I expect to. The costs are huge, and the hours are endless. I do not get vacation. I do not get days off. What I do get is endless hours of unconditional love and affection... priceless!!!
I will be eternally grateful for the guidance and friendship of Eileen Pickett of Villaroyal Ragdoll Cats, and Linda Schurawlow of Floppicat Ragdolls and Fay McGee Waldner of Chatandolls. Without these ladies never ending love for the Ragdoll breed, their incredible integrity and moral character.... and of course the quality of the cats they have trusted to me, BellaPalazzo would not exist. I would also like to thank our dear friend Francesca Metz of SF Exclusives for sending us Humphrey to continue our breeding program with new and wonderful bloodlines. Mary and Cliff Riddell of Furreal Ragdolls and Gail Arthur of Darlinlildols have now added to the BellaPalazzo Ragdolls gene pool with the arrival of Furreal Mavryck, Furreal OMG, Furreal Promise and Darlinlildols Mika. All of these breeders have been wonderful to work with and I can highly recommend every one of them.
Ragdoll Kittens Available
Ragdoll kittens, like
all pointed breeds, are born entirely white. The colorpoint gene that
gives pointed breeds (such as the Ragdoll) their blue eyes and light body color with darker
"points" produces pigment depending on the temperature. Inside
the mother, the kittens are very warm and no pigment is produced. It is
not until the Ragdoll kittens are born and exposed to cooler air temperatures
that they will begin to produce pigment and their fur will show color
in the parts of their bodies that do not have as much heat- the tail,
feet, legs and ears (their "points").
Please be patient if you are waiting for pictures... All of my pictures are taken in my house, by myself... and it requires the right lighting and a quiet house to get good photographs.
**Color and sex of kittens posted is subject to
change until the kittens have been seen by my vet**
Updated on 03/24/2017
Omi and Misty - all bicolor (2wks old)
Montego and Promise - all bicolor
Montego and Sabryna - mitted and bicolor
Seal mitted male at 5 weeks old
Blue Mitted Female at 5 weeks old
Sire: RW SGC Bellapalazzo Frances of Orchid
DNA PKD, HCM MC and HCM RD negative lines
Just a kitten in this picture, I was not planning to keep her but her whole litter was so nice that I hated to let her go. She has perfect coat, which seems to be getting lost from the breed... and overall lovely moderate type. She is from a line that develops slowly, and looks more and more like her daddy every day. Her first litter was absolutely beautiful... and I am so happy to have her. Lissy is now retired from breeding and is ready to go home.
BellaPalazzo Olivia |
Blue Lynx point bicolor
Sire: RW SGC Bellapalazzo
DNA PKD, HCM MC and HCM RD negative lines, Olivia is a smaller girl who is very sweet and loving. She is a princess, and wants to be someones best kitty not just one of the girls :-) She is spayed now and ready for her next adventure in life.
Seal Bicolor spay
Slinky is a girl who would do best in a quieter home. She
loves kids and other cats but is more cautious about new situations than some
cats are. She is
very bright, playful and beautiful.
At just over two years old she will make a wonderful companion for the right person.
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Our Ragdoll Cat Family
History of the Ragdoll Breed
Ragdolls At Home
Our Show Champions
Favorite Ragdoll Links
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