Please purchase this $4.99 e-book: A Ragdoll Kitten Care Guide by Jenny Dean (Essentially it is free, as we will include a special something in your take home bag worth at least $5 when you purchase this book!) This book is one of the best sources of information to help your new baby transition and adjust successfully to your home.
Q: It's a kitten, right? Can I really mess this up? A: It can happen. Please let us help you.
How to intentionally make your new kitten feel confident, protected, loved and secure? Our home provides a great foundation, now it's up to you! Your kitten is looking for you to make everything ok (chill, cool, zen) as they make the biggest and scariest move of their young life...into your home.
After we have agreed on a kitten and I have received your deposit, please CLICK ON THE BUTTONS BELOW- to read the instructions re bringing your new baby home successfully.
Please purchase preferred litter, food, and gather ideas for other fun items for your kitten. Read some more, watch educational videos & dream of future snuggles.
Read Stuff: Kitten Take Home Instructions
Our feeding instructions, litter box tips, and homecoming day guide. We'd love it for you to print and place in the folder provided on pick up day
Recommended Litter: Please consider beginning with Fresh Step Clumping Unscented Litter, with Dr Elsey's Litter Attractant on top. Food: Orijen Kitten (dry)
Here you will find what is needed, what is recommended and what is SIMPLY FUN! Kitten should transition to your home with the same food and litter we are using. A different food can cause loose stools. A different litter may interfere with finding the box successfully at your house. Very important for this transitional time! (Last update April 2022)
Genetic Testing: We use Optimal Selection (Wisdom Panel) https://www.wisdompanel.com/en-us?&msclkid=11261aa7a1081970a16f7bd665c79d7c&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=WITHIN_Search_Brand_Dog&utm_term=wisdom%20panel&utm_content=WITHIN_Brand_Core_Exact&gclid=CJX92s-j3PMCFUqAxQIdvRMNpA&gclsrc=ds
Genetics: What is Factor xii Deficiency? https://basepaws.com/blogs/news/factor-xii-deficiency-in-cats