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Ragdoll Kittens for Sale in the UK: 2024 Breeders List

Written by: Christian Adams

Last Updated on June 30, 2024 by Catster Editorial Team

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Ragdoll Kittens for Sale in the UK: 2024 Breeders List

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.

Are you looking to purchase a Ragdoll kitten? Ragdoll cats and kittens have been gaining popularity over the years, and it is easy to see why. These felines are known for their striking blue eyes, silky coat, and affectionate character. Their name comes from their tendency to go limp like a ragdoll when held.

Ragdolls are amazing cats to own. This article goes over updated information about Ragdoll breeders in the UK and other vital information to know before buying one of these cats.

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Ragdoll Breeders in the UK

Not sure where to start looking for your Ragdoll kitten? Here are a few lists that can help get you started based on your location in the UK.

Ragdoll Breeders Near Me

There are many breeders across the UK. Have a look at the Registered Ragdoll Cat Breeders website and find a breeder in your area. The British Ragdoll Cat Club also has a comprehensive list of UK-based breeders.

Ragdoll Breeders That Ship

Unable to get to a Ragdoll breeder due to your location? No problem! Some breeders can have your feline delivered to you. Pearldolls Cattery can arrange for delivery of your cat within the UK. Another cattery that can deliver your pet to you is Ragdoll Kittens UK.

Ragdoll Rescue

Would you like to adopt an older Ragdoll? United Kingdom Ragdoll Cat Community has older cats that would love a new home. Ragdoll Rescue is another place where you can find Ragdolls up for adoption.

Ragdoll Breeders Registered with the GCCF

The Governing Council of the Cat Fancy has a list of breeders all across the UK registered with a breeder’s scheme. The GCCF Breeder Scheme members must follow a code of ethics and a list of standards for their cats and kittens.

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UK Ragdoll Breeders by Region

Here is a list of reputable Ragdoll breeders spread out across the United Kingdom. Whenever looking for a breeder, a good indication is seeing the GCCF Breeder Scheme Membership logo on their webpage. The logo indicates that this registered breeder has met the specific standards and remained committed to the required Code of Ethics. However, the breeder’s premises are not inspected by members of the GCCF, so it is always wise to physically visit the place where you want to purchase the kitten.

While being part of the GCCF Breeder Scheme increases a breeder’s online visibility, not all GCCF breeders are registered with this scheme. This does not mean they are not excellent breeders and should be considered when looking for a Ragdoll breeder in your area.

South of England

Breeder Location Contact No. Email Address
Rogano Ragdolls West London 0208-892-8596
Dollypurrs West, Wickham 0792-083-8093
Keb-Belle Ragdolls Ashcroft 0785-227-3598


Breeder Location Contact No. Email Address
Trobock Ragdolls Worcestershire 0758-404-4557
Finepuss Ragdolls Herefordshire 0154-432-8482
Donna’s Dolls Stafford 07792857132

Northeast England

Breeder Location Contact No. Email Address
O’Kennedys Ragdolls Durham 0754-507-1133
RaggieDolz Lincolnshire 0147-247-5715

Northwest England

Breeder Location Contact No. Email Address
Baker Street Ragdolls Liverpool
Melys Ragdolls Wigan 0194-239-3569
ClawPawdia Ragdolls Cheshire 0773-805-8656

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How Much Does a Ragdoll Cost?

Depending on where you purchase, a Ragdoll can range in price. People have been able to find these cats for around £500 (approximately $680). However, if you are buying a Ragdoll that is show-level quality, expect to pay between £850–£1450 ($1,160–$1500) for the kitten.

The higher the price of the Ragdoll means that the kitten is registered with the Governing Council of the Cat Fancy and comes from a champion pedigree line. In addition, a more expensive Ragdoll purchased from a breeder will often include microchipping, vaccinations, worm and flea treatment, HCM/PKD proof of testing, and a few weeks of high-quality food.

The lower to mid-range prices most likely indicate that these Ragdolls are not pedigrees. Also, the price for the kittens often does not include any extras such as microchipping and medical testing. If you are not concerned with having a registered pedigree Ragdoll, people often sell Ragdoll crossbreeds for around £200 ($275) that are just as beautiful and calm in temperament.

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Things to Ask a Ragdoll Breeder

People looking to purchase a Ragdoll often have several questions to ask the breeder, depending on the Ragdoll itself. If you are looking to buy a show-level pedigree Ragdoll or a household pet, here are some questions you should consider asking the breeder:

  • How long has the breeder been in business? Pedigree breeders, especially Ragdoll breeders, should have a few years of experience. If the breeder is a novice, they might not have the knowledge and understanding needed yet.
  • Ask about the parent’s lineage and health. Experienced and reputable breeders often present detailed information about the mother and father of the kitten. Ask additional questions about the parents, as this helps you understand what to expect from your Ragdoll kitten. Many Ragdoll kittens come from several generations of pedigrees, and it is interesting to understand their lineage.
  • What additions come with the purchase of a Ragdoll kitten? Some breeders get provide extra services for the Ragdoll kitten (microchipping, vaccinations, etc.) before they are purchased. However, this can vary from breeder to breeder. See what the breeder will provide within the cost of the kitten.
  • What are the characteristics of the kittens for sale? Any animal lover will tell you that an animal’s character could be different from the siblings or parents. Think about what personality you are looking for in your future Ragdoll pet.
  • What does the breeder love about Ragdolls? While this may seem like a simple question, knowing why the breeders got into this business is reassuring. See how compassionate they are about the animals. That is a good way to tell they genuinely care about these cats. A breeder who is kind and passionate about what they do will reflect in the cats available.
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Things to Know Before Buying a Ragdoll

Whenever you decide to purchase a Ragdoll (or any pet), you want to make sure that you feel ready and comfortable having this cat as a pet.

Here are some things to know before you get a Ragdoll:
  • Ragdolls are prone to some health problems. When purchasing a Ragdoll from a reputable breeder, you can get background information about the kitten’s lineage and parents’ health. Normally, the Ragdoll is a healthy breed. But you want to get as much information about the kitten’s history as you can before purchasing them.
  • Make sure you have the time to give your Ragdoll affection. Ragdoll cats are often thought to be more like dogs instead of cats because they are very loving and often follow their owner from room to room. They can develop depression if they are left alone a lot and not given affection or attention.
  • Ragdolls need weekly grooming. While the hair of a Ragdoll does not mat easily, regular grooming reduces tangles and shedding. Without twice weekly brushing, you might find a lot of fur around your house.
  • Can you handle a larger cat? Although your Ragdoll kitten is tiny now, Ragdolls can weigh between 10–15 pounds when they reach adulthood. Larger cats need larger things! Ensure that your living environment is suitable for larger cats.
  • A Ragdoll is an indoor cat. The Ragdoll is best suited for the indoors. While some cats love to venture outside, the Ragdoll can get into some trouble if left outdoors. They have been bred to be trusting and do not display aggressiveness. These cats are not as aware of dangerous situations that could arise outside. Sadly, these Ragdolls could get stolen as well.

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Final Thoughts

If you want an affectionate cat with a calm demeanor, the Ragdoll cat is an excellent choice. While these felines can be expensive, reputable breeders ensure that your Ragdoll comes certified by the GCCF, is vaccinated and microchipped, and has been tested for potential diseases. However, if you decide to get a pedigree Ragdoll from a breeder or a crossbreed kitten, always do your research about your Ragdoll’s lineage and medical history. As long as the kitten is healthy and free from in-breeding, it will make an excellent new addition to your family.

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