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Hi, and welcome to Velvet Rags Cattery, a breeder of Ragdolls.  We are a small, Christian, family
run cattery, located in Creedmoor, NC (20 minutes north of Raleigh and 2 hours south of
Richmond, VA).   We focus on quality and not quantity so we only have a limited number of
litters per year.  

We concentrate on providing well socialized kittens, adaptable to a variety of situations, with lots
of tender loving care.   Because we work with our kittens from a young age they learn to trust us
and become very loving toward humans.  After a lot of research we have come to understand
that the most critical socialization time for a kitten is 4-8 weeks old.  At this age the kitten
imprints with what ever it is exposed to.  We have developed a variety of techniques to best do
this.  Most of our kittens are floppy, moppy, lap cats and freely give kisses.  They are adapted to
children and noise.  We breed for not only beauty but temperament.
   

Our goal is to raise healthy, emotionally well adjusted kittens properly matching them with the
right, forever home.   We enjoy listening to our clients needs in order to match them with the
right kitten or cat.   We believe our clients are adopting a new member of their family.  

Kittens are available to go to their new home after 12 weeks.  This allows them to mature
sufficiently; learn use the litter box and scratching post; eat solid food; have shots and a vet
check-up; and be spayed or neutered.  Health records include a 2 year genetic health
guarantee.  

We are also a responsible breeder and treat our cats like pets.   We are members of the Ragdoll
Fanciers Club International, RFCI, and practice their Code of Conduct.

We welcome visitors to our cattery and love introducing others to the beauty and grace of the
Ragdoll cat.  We enjoy meeting new people.  Please give us a call or send an e-mail to make an
appointment or find more information.  

Contact Angela Reid:
angela@velvetrags.com
919-528-2527

            "A righteous man cares for the needs of his animal," Proverbs 12:10.