Ragmeister Ragdolls is a small Ragdoll Cat breeder located in Southern California. All our Ragdoll kittens come with a 100% health guarantee. We breed for personality and health above all else and we have many testimonials as to the wonderful personalities and beautiful coats and eye colors of our Ragdoll kittens. Each purebred Ragdoll kitten from Ragmeister Ragdolls carries a 3 year genetic health guarantee, unheard of with purebred kittens! We DNA test all our Ragdolls and stand behind our extended health guarantee 100%.

Ragmeister Ragdolls guarantees that your kitten will be free of the Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) and the Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) at the time of purchase. The kitten is also guaranteed to be free of intestinal parasites and up to date on all vaccinations. A copy of the kitten’s health record will be given to the buyer at the time of purchase. In addition, Ragmeister Ragdolls cannot warranty your kitten against any adverse reactions to future vaccinations.
You will have a 3 business day period to have the kitten examined by a licensed veterinarian. You should preferably have a veterinarian appointment set up in advance before your kitten arrives. A dated copy of your veterinarian’s health assessment must be received by Ragmeister Ragdolls within 10 days of receiving your kitten or this guarantee will be void.
If a licensed veterinarian finds the kitten to have a serious illness or deformity, a written statement by the veterinarian on his or her letterhead identifying the problem must be given to Ragmeister Ragdolls within the 10 day time limit stated above. The kitten may then be returned to the cattery at the buyer’s expense for one of similar quality. Serious illness means a shortened or painful lifespan. Ragmeister Ragdolls is not responsible for the costs of shipping a replacement kitten.
This guarantee does NOT include minor nuisances such as Upper Respiratory Infections. A minor Upper Respiratory Infection can occur as a result of the stress of being relocated into a new home, and Ragmeister Ragdolls cannot guarantee that this won’t happen. However, to the best of our knowledge, none of these are present at the time of shipping/delivery. In addition, all kittens being air-shipped are vet checked by a licensed veterinarian and will receive a veterinary certificate of health before being shipped, stating that they are in good health at the time of shipping. For the safety of your other pets, you should keep your new kitten in a separate area until checked by your vet.


You are responsible for all vet related expenses once the kitten is released from Ragmeister Ragdolls. This includes initial exam, office visits, lab tests, vaccinations, medications, surgery or time off work. Either at initial visit or for any future visits. No medical care is authorized or will be paid for by Ragmeister Ragdolls.

If your kitten dies within 3 (three) years of the date of purchase due to hereditary or congenital defects, Ragmeister Ragdolls will replace the cat or kitten with one of similar quality.
THERE WILL BE NO CASH REFUNDS. To determine if the cat’s death has been caused by a congenital or hereditary defect, Ragmeister Ragdolls must receive proof of the defect in the form of a complete necropsy report, completed by a licensed veterinarian. Ragmeister Ragdolls is not responsible for costs relating to the necropsy. If after reviewing the findings it is determined the death was under warranty, a replacement kitten of equal value would be offered as soon as possible. A total of up to 4 kittens will be offered as a replacement for the initial kitten. If the buyer turns down all 4 offers, they forfeit their right to another kitten.

Failure to have the kitten examined by a veterinarian within the stated amount of time, or any evidence of abuse, neglect, or mishandling releases Ragmeister Ragdolls from any responsibility regarding the kitten.

Ragmeister Ragdolls does not warranty against FIP in your kitten. FIP comes from a mutation of a feline intestinal virus (FECV) and no one can pinpoint when or where a cat was exposed to the virus and at what point it mutated into FIP. Some cats can be exposed to FECV and never develop FIP. The current means of testing for FIP has a high rate of false positives. Also, if you vaccinate your kitten against FIP, the test for FIP will always come back as positive even though your kitten may not actually have the disease. If you choose to vaccinate your kitten against FIP, this guarantee will be void.