Alpacas & Ragdoll Cats

Breeder Cats

We are a small cattery, presently with two breeding females and one breeding male.  Our breeding cats are our pets too, and the females have the run of the house. Our stud boy has to be kept separated to assure a good breeding program. He spends his time in our Family Room, so is never lonesome, and when it is warm enough he can go out on our screened porch. Ragdolls do love their people, so we don’t like to have him isolated.

All of our breeder cats have been tested, or their parents have been tested, by Washington State University Genetic’s Lab for the gene that causes hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) in Ragdolls. All of them either tested negative themselves, or both of their parents tested negative.  If the parents are both negative, then the offspring is negative.


Cowboy (Kasseldolls Cowboy Casanova FossMtn)

Cowboy on his cat tree.

Cowboy on his cat tree.


Cowboy loves to flop.

Cowboy loves to flop.

Cowboy is a seal mitted lynxpoint with a white mask that looks like a bicolor mask.  He is large, quite vocal, and loves to roll on his back to have his tummy rubbed.  His sire is a Supreme Grand Champion and his dam is a Grand Champion, so he comes from top-shelf Ragdoll stock.  His sire is chocolate and his dam is blue, so Cowboy carries both blue and chocolate.  This will allow us to produce chocolate kittens with Shakira as well as blue and seal kittens with her and Keziah.

Because he has the bicolor mask, Cowboy is not eligible to show.  However, he has beautiful type and a plush bunny coat.  His kittens have been wonderful, in both type and temperment.


Shakira (Galactic’s Shakira of FossMtn)


Shakira curled up in a magazine rack I got for Christmas.

Shakira is a beautiful chocolate lynxpoint Ragdoll with the most sweet and floppy temperment.  I met Shakira’s sire, Tekila Moon, at a show, and he was such a beautiful, sweet boy, with a beautiful lilac lynxpoint coat.  He also had reached the highest title of Master Grand Champion in CFF.  So I told his owner, Pam Scungio, that I wanted one of his kittens.

He didn’t disappoint, as Shakira is everything I had wanted in a Ragdoll.

Doing 'the flop'

Doing ‘the flop’

Bred to Cowboy, Shakira can make chocolate, blue, and seal kittens in mitted and colorpoint patterns.  Statistically, 75% would be lynxpoint and 25% would be non-lynx.

Her kittens are the most wonderful, friendly, beautiful kittens as anyone could want.  There were two chocolates in her first litter, along with seals and blues, plus some lynxpoints.  accent-divider

Keziah (Keziah of FossMtn)

Keziah came to us from God’s Wonders Ragdolls when Karen was closing her cattery.  Keziah is a pretty blue mitted girl with a very old pedigree.  She is related to my original breeding pair, JimmyMack and MoonShadow and is also related to my former long-time stud cat, Rusty.  She’s outgoing, with beautiful blue eye-color and an easy-care coat.


Keziah musing on the antique stove.

With Cowboy, she will make blue and seal kittens in all three patterns, with some being lynxpoints.  Her kittens with him have been both beautiful and friendly, as Ragdolls should be.  Thank you Karen, for this sweet girl.


Keziah interrupted her washing to look up.

Cassie (Kingfield Cassadee of FossMtn)

Cassie is our new ‘Princess’ and will be added to the breeding program once she is old enough.  She is a sealpoint mitted girl with a wonderful personality.  She has an old pedigree, with a FossMtn cat as one of her grandfathers.  We have great hopes for her kittens.  Since her father was a bluepoint, she carries the gene for blue.  So with Cowboy, she would make kittens in all three patterns with some blue, some seal and some with the lynx striping.  She will replace Keziah when she retires later this year.

Cassie at four months old.


Cassie just loves the Chewy box – her favorite bed!