Originally Posted by Ragdollgal
This was an Oops, we did not think the Himalayan was old enough to be mature. He is quite tiny and much younger than the female. I did not want to have her spayed until after she was a year old. I also have her sister which I may breed intentionally with another Ragdoll. I am happy that I have so many people interested in having one of these kittens even though they are not born yet.
How did you come by these Ragdolls? Are they registered or eligible to be registered? If so, then check carefully before intentionally breeding them as the breeder who produced them may not have given you the right to breed them without her permission or knowledge.
My dear, while I can certainly understand wanting to have little fuzzy babies to give/sell to others, the fact is that unless you are breeding to improve the breed, showing to promote your cattery and cats, and are very, very knowledgable about your lines, you shouldn't be breeding at all. I am in no way meaning to be harsh here, but the sad fact is that there are many, many mixed breed kittens in shelters and rescue facilities all over this land. If you are breeding simply to produce kittens, then you are doing it for the wrong reason.