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Ragdoll Kittens For Sale in Pennsylvania: Breeders List 2023

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Last Updated on November 16, 2023 by Ed Malaker

Excited Cats advocates for adopting before shopping, though we fully understand there are many reasons for seeking a breeder. So, we encourage it to be done the right way. We have not personally visited or investigated all of the breeders below. We have put the top-recommended all in one place for you to get in touch and make the best decision for you. Learn more about our stance and how to choose the right breeder here.

The Ragdoll is a large fluffy cat with a calm and laid-back temperament. It usually has blue eyes and a bi-color coat with plenty of white. If you are thinking of getting one of these cats for your home in Pennsylvania but aren’t sure where to find a breeder, you’ve come to the right place. We’re going to list all of the Ragdoll breeders we could find, and for each one, we’ll tell you a little about them and provide you with a web address or phone number so you can contact them directly to help you find the pet you need. 

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7 Ragdoll Cat Breeders in Pennsylvania

1. Humane Pennsylvania

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  • Pennsylvania

One of the best ways to get a Ragdoll in Pennsylvania is to look at your local animal shelter. Many people need to rehome their pets for various reasons, and these animals are overcrowded. Checking with the shelters around your home can often provide you with the cat you’re looking for, and in many cases, they already have their shots and might even be spayed or neutered, which can save you plenty of money.

2. Abbey Road Rags

Abbey Road Rags

  • Bucks County, Pennsylvania

Abbey Road Rags is a Ragdoll breeder from Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The cattery is on the outskirts of town, so the kittens have plenty of room to play. There is a high demand for their kittens, so they recommend signing up to a waiting list with a small deposit to get your cats as quickly as possible.

3. Jazzmania Ragdolls

Jazzmania Ragdolls

  • Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Jazzmania Ragdoll is another popular cattery in Pennsylvania specializing in the Ragdoll breed. Each cat costs around $1,100, and they ask that you email them to order your cat. Each cat has a health guarantee and comes fully vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and dewormed.

4. Raggymania Ragdolls

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  • York, Pennsylvania

Raggymania Ragdolls is a cattery from York, Pennsylvania. They have been in business for several years and specialize in the Ragdoll breed. They stopped in home visits because of the Covid-19 pandemic but still provide you with plenty of pictures and information about your cat before you buy it.

5. Ahart for Rags

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  • Easton, Pennsylvania

Ahart for Rags is a breeder from Easton, Pennsylvania, with more than ten years of Ragdoll breeding experience. They register all kittens with The Cat Fanciers Association, and they come with a one-year warranty and a health certificate so you can feel confident your cat will be healthy.

6. A Ragdoll To Love

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  • Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

A Ragdoll To Love is a cattery in the state capital of Harrisburg. They are currently taking orders for kittens, and you can reserve yours for as little as $150. The final sale price is $1,500 and up depending on what type of cat you choose and if you want breeding rights to start a cattery of your own.

7. Mandolin Ragdolls

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  • Palmerton, Pennsylvania

Mandolin Ragdolls is a popular cattery from Palmerton, Pennsylvania. They raise the kittens in-home and produce several litters each year. You can contact them through their website, and at only $1,000, they are some of the lowest-priced Ragdoll kittens on this list. To get on the waiting list, you will need to put down a $100 deposit which will go toward your final cost.

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Featured Image Credit: dezy, Shutterstock

About the Author

Ed Malaker
Ed Malaker
Ed Malaker is a veteran writer who has contributed to a wide range of blogs that cover tools, pets, guitars, fitness, and computer programming. When he’s not writing, Ed is usually performing DIY projects around the house or working in the garden. He’s also a musician and spends a lot of time helping people fix their guitars and composing music for independent films.

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