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Frequently Asked Questions About Ragdoll Kittens for Adoption

Got questions about our ragdoll kittens or the adoption process? Read on to find the answers to some of the most common questions related to our ragdoll kittens for adoption. If your question is not listed, contact us with your queries!

If you are looking for exquisite and purebred ragdoll kittens for adoption in the Midwest, get in touch with us and reserve your kitten today! You can contact us online or call/text us at 630-803-4405 to adopt a ragdoll kitten or learn more about the process.

Our kittens must be reserved in advance. The process is simple. First, visit our Ragdoll Kitten Information (like to the Basic Ragdoll Information page) page or our Facebook page to see pictures of the kittens. Then, deposit 45% via PayPal to hold the kitten you choose and indicate your color preference and whether you would like a boy or a girl. Contact Dr. Jennifer directly for more information or help with choosing a kitten. When your kitten is ready, you can pick up your ragdoll kitten from our hobby farm in St. Charles, IL.

Our kittens are given two Heska Ultranasal Feline immunizations, a parasite fecal check, as well as a FeLV/FIV test. Intranasal vaccinations are used, considering they are safer. Also, no injections are required. Male kittens are neutered. We also provide a guarantee against congenital defects in writing.

Ragdolls are far better for people with allergies than most cats. Allergy sufferers are typically allergic to a specific protein in cat dander. Domestic shorthair cats have the most of the protein, followed by long hair, and finally purebreds. Ragdolls and Siberians are two purebreds that are among the best cat for allergies. Because Ragdolls’ hair is long and silky, they shed less than other animals. To help prevent shedding, we propose frequent combing rather than shaving because the coat takes a very long time to grow back.

Declawing is recommended if you are on blood thinners, have an autoimmune condition, allergies, or are undergoing chemotherapy. Now, declawing is done humanely, adhering to AVMA declawing policies.

A ragdoll breeder monitors the health of the kittens. The kittens will also often be tested for common feline diseases such as genetic heart or kidney disease, viruses, and parasites. They will also be monitored for their BUN/Creatinine and BNP levels yearly. So, kittens adopted from a breeder are likely to be healthier.

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