Center Hill Ragdolls is a TICA and CFA registered Ragdoll cattery in Middle Tennessee near beautiful Center Hill Lake. Operated by a mother/daughter team, we breed for quality and loving temperament over quantity.
Center Hill Ragdolls’ mission is to provide happy, healthy, well-socialized and affectionate Ragdolls to safe, loving, nurturing, lifelong homes.
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If you are looking to get your very own Ragdoll cat, then finding a good breeder is the starting point of your journey. In this article, you’ll find some tips and tricks on how to sort through breeder websites and find the ideal Raggie cat breeder.
Did you adopt a sick cat from Jessica Perry and Leah Keeran of “We Love Ragdolls”? Find out how you can join the lawsuit against them.
I was born in Russia and learned to knit as a girl because knitting is very popular there and almost every Russian woman knows how to knit. After adopting my cat Mittens, I started collecting his beautiful hair and for years did not know what to do with it, until one day I had a brilliant idea on making yarn with it.
Read our interview with Ragdoll cat breeder Bette Willette of Willetteragdol Cattery in Massachusetts.
Founded by the Willette family in 2010, WilletteRagdol raises CFA and TICA certified Ragdolls from their home in Southeast Massachusetts.
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I received my ragdoll, Calvin, in October 2009 for my birthday! His birthday is July 23, 2009. I got him from a breeder, Soulmate Ragdolls, in Salisbury, NC.(