At this time we have kittens available from more than one litter. You will see pictures of both mom and dad here.
To see kittens we currently have available please visit the kittens for sale page of our website. We multiple kittens available and ready to go to their new homes now, multiple colors/marknigs, both males and females.
We have Ragdoll kittens throughout the year. Please check the kittens for sale page of our website for currently available kittens. It will be on that page whether the kittens will be ready for their new homes in the near future, or if they are ready now. If you are not looking for a kitten now or in the near future, you're welcome to check back closer to the time you will be ready for a kitten or when you are ready. We look forward to hearing from you.
At Purrwind Cattery you can expect to see seal points, blue points, red points, and rare silver points, torties, lynx.
For those of you unfamilar with the colors, please feel free to check out examples below. Not only do the photos below show examples of the colors you can expect to see in our future kittens, but they also show our past kittens so you have an idea of what our future kittens may look like.
Please keep in mind Ragdolls are very very light in color when they are born, and darker more as their color comes in more as they age, so the coloring the examples below could different depending of the age of the kiten/cat you see pictured. Please also keep in mind all Ragdolls have blue eyes.
The following kittens are examples of our past seal point Ragdoll kittens.
The following kittens are examples of our past seal point mitted Ragdoll kittens.
Below are examples of our past seal point lynx Ragdoll kittens
Below are examples of our past seal point lynx mitted Ragdoll kittens
Below is a blue point Ragdoll kitten.
Below are blue point mitted Ragdoll kittens.
Below are examples of silver points (including bi color, mitted)
Below are examples of torties (including seal point bi color and mitted)
Below are examples of red point Ragdolls. Red points take a little longer than the other colors for their color to darker and if they have white markings to show (for example mitted, bi color, or white markings on face).
In our future litters we except rare goldens and silvers.
We also expect whites, tabbies, etc.