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Ragdoll Kittens For Sale in Maryland: Breeders List 2023

Brooke Billingsley

By Brooke Billingsley

3 Cute Ragdoll kittens sitting on fake fur on blue background

At Hepper, we advocate for adopting before shopping, but we understand there are many reasons for seeking a breeder, so we encourage it to be done the right way. We’ve put the top-recommended breeders here for you to get in touch with and ask all the right questions. We have not personally investigated each breeder ourselves. Learn more about our position and the questions you should ask before selecting a breeder here.

Being in Maryland, you’re close to lots of great resources thanks to the proximity of Washington DC. This means that finding a Ragdoll kitten from a responsible breeder is easier than it is in many other states and locations. You have multiple great options for Ragdoll breeders within Maryland, so here are the top breeders in the area to help you find the perfect, healthy kitten for you.

The 5 Ragdoll Kittens Breeders in Maryland

1. AngelGirl Ragdolls

AngelGirl Ragdolls logo

  • Maryland/Washington DC

Angel Girl Ragdolls is a DC area Ragdoll breeder who has carefully chosen their breeding stock from champion bloodlines and even has multiple Ragdoll champions in their home. All breeding cats are tested for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and any new bloodlines brought into their program are tested for FIV, FeLV, PKD, blood type, and color. All kittens come with a health guarantee and for the health of the queens, this breeder retires all females after just a few litters at the age of 5 years.

2. Coastal Kitties Ragdolls

ragdoll kitten sitting on a soft blanket
Image Credit: Eva Bentley, Shutterstock
  • Salisbury, Maryland

Coastal Kitties Ragdolls raise all kittens in their home with their other cats, dogs, and rabbits. All parents are tested for color and health testing includes HCM and PKD. Kittens are only adopted to homes with an agreement to not declaw them and to keep them as indoor cats for safety. They are a closed cattery so there is no risk of diseases being brought into the breeding program.

3. Dazzling Ragdolls

Dazzling Ragdolls

  • Mount Airy, Maryland

Dazzling Ragdolls is located 30 minutes from Baltimore and can transport kittens to most locations. They breed cats from champion pedigrees from Canada, Russia, and Europe. All breeding cats are tested for HCM, PKD, FeLV, and FIV. Kittens are raised in the home and are well-socialized before being sent to new homes.

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4. Kittens for a Cure

Kittens for a Cure logo

  • Germantown, Maryland

Kittens for a Cure is unique in that they make a donation in the name of each kitten’s adopter to the Hydrocephalus Association in honor of the cattery owner’s daughter. All queens at the cattery are from champion Russian bloodlines. Kittens are ready to go to new homes around 12 weeks of age and are sold with a health guarantee.

5. Castletopdolls Ragdoll Cattery

Castletopdolls Ragdoll Cattery logo

  • Conowingo, Maryland

Castletopdolls Ragdoll Cattery has been breeding Ragdoll cats since 2002. They breed to breed standard pointed coats and breed for the healthiest cats. They are located near Baltimore and sell kittens to people in multiple areas but do not ship kittens. All kittens are sold with a health guarantee. This breeder keeps most of their retired breeders and all kittens are raised in the home. Kittens come with a health guarantee, including a 2-year guarantee against HCM and PKD.


There you have it! If you live in the Maryland area and are specifically looking for a breeder to purchase your new Ragdoll kitten from, any one of the above breeders should be an ideal option.

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Brooke Billingsley

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Brooke Billingsley spent nine years as a veterinary assistant before becoming a human nurse in 2013. She resides in Arkansas with her boyfriend of five years. She loves all animals and currently shares a home with three dogs, two cats, five fish, and two snails. She has a soft spot for special needs animals and has a three-legged senior dog and an internet famous cat with acromegaly and cerebellar hypoplasia. Fish keeping...Read more

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