Her "Bunny fur" is getting longer and she is starting to get her belly fat pad. Her long tail is gorgeous.
3 months old
Look how he has changed!. His face coloring is coming in beautifully.
Such a big beautiful boy!
Welcome to Alaska Ragdolls!
Glad you found us!
We live in the gorgeous state of Alaska. We love the ragdoll breed for its affectionate, gentle nature. We are a very small cattery. Our cats are our pets. They are not caged but live in our home under our feet and follow us around like puppy dogs. They snuggle up to us and flop in our arms through out our day. They don’t bite us even when we bathe them. They don’t use there claws on us either. They truly are the perfect cat breed. Who can resist those big blue eyes!
Our cats have been genetically tested for HCM and are negative for it. Our breeding plan is to produce large framed, beautifully proportioned, ragdolls with exceptional personalities.
OUR FOUNDING QUEEN
Dolly at 6 months old
Comes from the great state of Texas near Galveston. She comes from a long line of show cats. Her father won the Lifetime Achievement Award from TICA. She has the softest "bunny fur" coat, Her eyes are just stunning. I just fell in love with her face the first time I saw her picture.
Our Founding King
Is a gentle giant mountain man from the hills near Denver ,Colorado. He grew up running free through a spacious farmhouse and getting kisses and loves from his lovely human owners. He is the most affectionate cat I have ever known. He likes nothing better than to sit on your lap or better yet as close to your face as he can get.
This little fluff ball was from the foothills near Denver, Colorado. He had the most magnificent look. He was raised on a ranch. He had free run of the ranch house along with his family. It took us a couple weeks to be able to pick him up while hisContinue Reading
This is Miss Dolly! I absolutely fell in love with that beautiful face the first time I saw this very photo. Finding a beautiful traditional ragdoll kitten who meets the standard for a ragdoll and comes with breeding rights is a very long process. It took two years to findContinue Reading