About: My name is Jean, and together with my family, which includes my sister Gail, we are committed to raising the most beautiful Ragdolls. We live in a small town west of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Our babies are raised in our house and spoiled rotten! They are born in our nursery and at about the age of 2-3 weeks they are introduced to the rest of our house and given free run. This allows them to adjust to everyday noises of life. When they go to their new homes they are fully litter trained, trained to a scratching post/cat tree, used to the sounds of the vacuum (and other household noises), and used to the everyday hustle and bustle of people. My family is a huge help with the raising of our babies and I believe this is a major part in their socialization. They help with playing with the kittens and getting them used to being held and cuddled.
We produce gorgeous kittens that have all the wonderful traits they should have. They have crystal blue eyes and flop when you hold them. They are extremely cuddly and have incredible temperaments. They are available in traditional colors such as seals, blues and creams. We also produce the traditional patterns: bicolor, mitted and colorpoint. My cattery is registered with TICA, and all kittens will come with TICA certification. We have limited breedings as we are producing for quality, not quantity. When you decide to purchase a kitten from PowderpuffRags, it will come home when it is 8-10 weeks old. It will have received multiple dewormings, TICA certification and a 2 year health guarantee. He/she will also come home with a kitten starter pack that includes food, toy, and a blanket (that smells like mom). All of our kittens leave our home pre-spoiled and pre-loved! Kiss quotas have been met and are ready for you to take over! You can \contact us by phone or text 262-804-2040 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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