Anubis The Ragdoll
Flame/Red Bicolor, TICA registered (if purchased. He is added to the website but not fully registered because it costs money to register kittens fully and I don't want to pay that for all 8 remaining kittens, if the buyer doesn't care about the paperwork.) Mother is Blue mitted Tortie and dad is Seal Bicolor. I have been going through a lot of issues, this was my first time attempting to breed purebreds and around 2 1/2 months of age, we encountered an upper respiratory infection. I had $2000 saved to do everything the right way with vaccinations, vet visits, dewormers, flea treatments, etc but this virus has literally taken every dime I had saved, plus some. They are FIV/FELV negative. They don't have parasites that I know of, definitely no fleas or ear mites. I've taken to the vet 5 times, 3 different vets, they had antibiotic shots, as well as liquid antibiotics by mouth. Majority of them were better, with only a few of them with lingering symptoms, then all of the sudden, they all started getting symptoms again. The vet told me pretty much that as long as there are so many cats in an enclosed space (my house), they will judt keep passing it back and forth. The last thing I can do for them is to attempt to find them new homes. However, I am charging drastically less for them as a result. I am asking $400 for unregistered and $700 for registered cats. That's to make up for any vet fees you encounter as a result of the issues. I have successfully adopted out two kittens and two adult cats, all of which have gotten better relatively quickly after leaving my house, according to the new owners. Ragdolls typically sell for $2000-$3400, depending on if you want breeding rights. That's entirely other topic. You can purchase breeding rights, if you wish. I will add breeding rights with registered kittens for only $200 extra, so $1000 total. So, $400 without paperwork, $700 with and $1000 for paperwork and breeding rights *Ragdolls are born pure white and develop colors as they age, oranges, chocolates and lilacs coming in later than traditional colors. His orange markings are NOT in fully and his colors will continue to darken until around 2 years of age.
September 22 on GoKitty