LaDonna I. Aday
Sikeston, Missouri, 63801

573-471-8886 (H)   -   573-620-6828 (C)


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LAST UPDATED:  12/13/2016


If Mother Nature abides, we will be having babies in January.  (It's been a busy year, and I haven't kept up my info here as I should.  You can also keep up with us on Facebook...ShowMeRags.)


$100 deposit will hold your baby.  As I receive individual deposits, I make note of that person's desire for any specific gender/color/pattern, and also, the order in which their deposit is received.  Choices are awarded in the order of their deposit.

Once the babies' gender/ color/pattern are determined, usually 4-5 weeks, I contact each and discuss their options.

All my litters are closely supervised, and if so given, I reserve the right to keep a kitten of my choice for my breeding program.

My kittens are Purebred and TICA registered. They are spayed/neutered at approximately 10 1/2 weeks of age, and based on their recovery, should be able to leave home at 12-13 weeks of age, not before.  This ensures me they are well adjusted to people, their food, and are strong enough to leave mommy. He/she will come to you spayed/neutered, along with a Certified Health Guarantee, and TICA registration papers.   Why neuter or spay?  It helps eliminate fighting and spraying of urine.  It also decreases the desire to roam outdoors, decreasing the possibility of contact with other cats, reducing fighting and disease transmission.  Your pet will be much more loving and content.  My babies are guaranteed to be healthy at the time of purchase for 72 hours and come to you with a one year guarantee against lethal genetic or congenital defects.

DEPOSITORS NOTE:  If, for any reason, I am not able to converse with you by two weeks before the kitten is to leave, you will lose your kitten to someone else on my waiting list.

          My Ragdolls are raised inside my home and within my heart. They're my babies!  They are not caged!  

Remember, when buying from a small breeder, you may have to wait awhile for your kitten, but the wait will be well worth it.  Naturally, a larger breeder will have kittens available at all times, but realize, with more kittens per caretaker, the kittens may not be getting the attention they would from a cattery with fewer at one time. 


It's my policy that all "parents to be" must meet their kittens personally before the kitten leaves my home.  It's very important for my peace of mind to get to know the "future parents" to whom I entrust these precious babies.

WHAT I FEED...before I began actually breeding Ragdolls, I did a lot of research on pet foods. The actual horror of realizing what goes into commercial pet foods, and yes, even the ones that are supposed to be the "best", made me a firm believer that preventive nutrition provided by a high-quality diet, is a way I can help ensure that our babies grow to be strong, healthy cats and to help them live a longer, healthier life, with minimal trips to the vet.  I feed a grain free dry food.  With technology what it is now, there are many high quality foods offered.  When you choose, just be sure the first ingredient listed is meat.


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