About Us

About Us

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I first fell in love with the Ragdoll breed over 20 years ago. I was watching a "different breeds of cats" special on HGTV and was very intrigued with the Ragdoll breed. I couldn't believe how loving and dog like they were. Knowing my husband didn't really care for cats at the time, I had to do a lot of begging to get our first kitten! After we purchased our first boy he was hooked. I then started breeding Ragdolls and I enjoyed every minute of it. They are amazing cats that love you as much as you love them. 


I originally had a small cattery (one male and five females) and bred Ragdolls for about 6 years.  Unfortunately, I had to stop breeding Ragdolls when I was pregnant with our third son as we ran out of space and there was no time to give my kitten babies the attention they deserved.

 

Our 3 sons are now just about grown and don't require the attention they needed before, so I decided that it was time to start my cattery again.  I couldn't hardly wait to get my hands on another Ragdoll baby, so I contacted Rachel at Sunny Shores Cattery. She was God sent - and has helped me get my cattery started again and get into showing my cats.  The really interesting thing about working with Rachel is she actually started her Ragdoll cattery many years ago with two of my girls from my first cattery!

About Ragdolls

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Ragdoll cats are large, laid-back, semi longhaired cats with rabbit like fur and gorgeous blue eyes. Altered males will usually weigh between 15-20 pounds while females usually weigh between 10-15 pounds.


Ragdoll cats are dog like.  They love human companionship. They are known to greet you at the door follow you from room to room and to crawl in your lap when you are sitting down. They will even play fetch with you!


Ragdolls are very docile animals, which is why they should not ever be allowed outside. If you want a cat that will let you hold it and "love on it" then you definitely want a Ragdoll!

Triniti Dollz Cattery

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Triniti Dollz is a small cattery that is located in Central Florida. The cattery is owned and operated by myself with the help of my husband and our three sons.  We started Triniti Dollz over three years ago.


All of our cats are part of the family. They run free and get plenty of love. I feel it is very important that all of our babies are well socialized. 


Health and temperament are our main goals. We want our kittens to be involved in daily activities. They should greet our guests and enjoy their attention.


All of our Ragdoll kittens are placed in their new homes with a five year genetic health guarantee, age appropriate vaccines, a Florida State Health Certificate, spay/neuter and a microchip.


We have recently started showing our male Rimggo "Rimmy". He got TICA Champion the first show he entered as an adult. It is more fun than I thought it would be.