About Rianne Ragdolls
Animals have been the passion of my life.
Over the years, I’ve raised and shown dogs and horses, and bred
Siamese, Himalayan and Persian cats. Of all these animals,
my favorite is the Ragdoll cat.
This is because they hold all the qualities I’ve
cherished in my past pets, whether found in their appearance,
personality, or even intelligence.
Fortunately I work out of my home, which is located in
My self-employment allows the cats constant company during
the workday and molds them into very sociable creatures.
They are very convivial as they jump and play with my papers and
sleep on my desk. Ragdolls deserve a home in which people
desire a pet that will become completely devoted to them.
My cats run free in the house, along with my
two dogs. We also have
two birds and a fish, quite a collection of pets, and they all get
along. In addition to the Ragdoll cats, I have a 15 year old
Chinchilla Persian, a Himalayan, and a charismatic humane society
rescue cat, Angel (photo below).
dogs, Noodle and Tippy, are fairly small and really rambunctious.
They’ve both become accustomed to the plethora of cats ruling
the house, and the cats have grown used to the chaos attributed to
the dogs. My family, friends and clients find this menagerie
Everyone loves to go out on the screened
lanai, but, for the cats, that is as far outdoors as they are
allowed. Ragdolls are very gentle animals and should never
be allowed to roam loose outdoors. Even when they wrestle
and play and watch birds on my lanai, I’m always nearby in case
their curiosity lands them in the pool. Ensuring a safe home
is one of my top priorities in placing my cats with new families.
I hope you’ll enjoy looking at the photos
on the “Cats” and “Kitten” pages.
I welcome your emails and phone calls if you have any
questions or would like more information.