RagaMuffin Breeders

Are you looking for RagaMuffin breeders? 

The Ragamuffin is an adorable cat, and it is quite understandable that once you have decided on having one as your family member, you wouldn't want to wait. Still, it is the wisest thing to do. There are not manybreeders yet, but you want to have a healthy RagaMuffin kitten, so take your time to find a reliable breeder. Make sure that the breeder you choose follows the strict code of ethics (which I find to be excellent). Only those breeders who agree to this agreement are accepted as breeders by the breed association.

Make sure that both parents of your chosen kitten are registered RagaMuffins. If they are, there will be paperwork to prove this is so. And not only that - make sure the parents are correctly registered for breeding themselves. Take your time to observe the kittens, if at all possible, to see they are healthy and lively. 

Remember the kittens are not to be sold until they are 12 weeks old. All their immunizations must be done. Also it is important that the kittens have been handled by people - do not buy kittens that have been kept in a cage. It is important that the cat is well used to people handling them. It is best if they are raised inside a home, and the mother cat has had good time to teach them how to be a cat in a human household.

A little waiting is the wise thing to do, considering that you shall be having a family member that may live to 12-15 years of age, maybe even longer.

Also breeders want to spay and neuter kittens that won't take part in a breeding program. This is to make sure there won't be any "wild" catteries who don't take proper care of the kittens, and who might sell RagaMuffin look-a-likes as the real thing.

If you are a responsible breeder of RagaMuffins, and you follow the breeders'  code of ethics, you  can fill in the form below and create a page of your own, telling about your breeding program.  The list shall be arranged according to coutry and region.  Tell where to find your website, and add photos of your cats.  

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Are you a RagaMuffin breeder? Let us know about you

Are you a responsible RagaMuffin breeder who follows the code of ethics of RagaMuffin breeders? If so, let us know about you. Answer the questions below and add up to four pictures of your beloved RagaMuffins.

You will be building a real page about your cattery on this site. Include your link - I shall check your site (to avoid spam and to check you have a real RagaMuffin cattery) and then put your page live on cat-breeds-info.com. Then I shall add a link to the list of RagaMuffun breeders (above) which will direct the reader to this page you just built using this form. I shall also put your cattery link live on your page for the visitors to click (you cannot do it yourself as the form doesn't accept HTML as such).

You can be brief, but be informative. Upon reading this page the reader will decide if they are interested in going to your website.

Tell us the following info:

- The name of your cattery
- Where are you from (country, area)
- What made you interested in this beautiful breed in the first place?
- Do you export your cats as well?
- Is there a RagaMuffin breeders' head organization you would recommend.
- And of course: your own name.
- Other relevant information (but no other ads - this is for cat breeders links only)

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