Merlin’s Hope: A Ragdoll and Maine Coon Rescue has been in the rescue business in Ennis, Texas (south of the DFW area) since 2005, though I personally have been in rescue since 1998. In the five years that we have been rescuing here in Texas, we have helped nearly 600 cats.
This page is intended to list resources to help people looking for a Ragdoll cat in need of rescue. If you know of additional resources, please do add them to the comments on this page.
The worst has happened. For some reason, you are forced to re-home your cat. Whatever the reason, you have to take your next steps carefully
People looking to adopt an adult/senior Ragdoll can find them in a variety of places. There are a number of Ragdoll-specific rescues around the country; shelters often have Ragdolls, though they may be mislisted.
Merlin’s Hope Ragdoll Rescue, in conjunction with a DFW area cat rescue, intends to apply for 501c3 status in the next year. They are looking for someone to help them complete the 501c3 paperwork.
Pandora is a pure-bred, seal-mitted Ragdoll, born February 18, 2003, at a New York breeder. Today she is seven years old. Her story might not be what you expect – but it has a wonderful ending. I promise!
In March, 2011, I was browsing on kijiji.ca, and came across an ad for a papered, 3 year old blue point ragdoll at a local cat rescue. The photos were blurry, but there he was, the Ragdoll of my dreams!
When it comes to rehoming a beloved family pet or even one that has come into your yard and has no home, you’ve got to become a marketing pro. Your cat is your product and you’ve got to market the heck out of it to find the right home. Here are essential DOs and DON’Ts when rehoming your pet.
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