About Jazzmania Kittens

Jazzmania kittens are provided meticulous care with top priorities including diet/nutrition, veterinarian care, and socialization.


Jazzmania kittens are fed a high quality grain-free dry food along with canned food twice daily. The latest research indicates that cats that have been fed dry food only can develop urinary crystals that can advance to a blockage if not treated quickly. Diabetes and other diseases can also result. Canned food provides additional water and protein in the feline diet. It is also essential to have clean, filtered water available at all times – changing it twice daily is recommended.

Veterinarian Care

Jazzmania is an FIV/FeLV-free cattery. All adult breeders have tested negative; thus the kittens leaving Jazzmania are guaranteed negative as well. My cattery is also “closed.” This means there is no exposure to any cats outside of my cattery. I choose not to show my cats to ensure that both adults and kittens remain disease-free. At about 10 weeks of age, the kittens go to the vet for a physical and to be spayed or neutered. He provides a health certificate for each kitten. In addition, a health guarantee by contract is provided that covers hereditary and congenital defects as well as FIP and HCM. Please note that all of my breeders have been DNA tested for HCM. You will also be provided with complete vaccination/deworming records along with recommendations for future vaccines and vet visits. Regular check-ups and vaccines are crucial for the health of your kitten.


Before the kittens are born, each queen is provided her own room where she can give birth to her babies in quiet and privacy. The kittens are weighed and handled every single day as part of their socialization. The kittens’ eyes open at about 10 days and at 4 weeks, they are clamoring to climb out of their playpens and explore the outside world! The kittens are ready to go at 12 weeks of age with everything necessary for their first year of life including all vaccines, dewormings, fully litter-trained, a health certificate from my vet and health guarantee by contract as well as ALREADY SPAYED/NEUTERED.

Ragdolls are strictly indoor cats and do not have the instincts to defend themselves outdoors. They do love windows or screened porches so can enjoy sunshine and fresh air without being exposed to a variety of dangers such as cars, theft, other animals, fleas and/or diseases.

Declaw Policy

Declawing is barbaric and no longer an accepted practice. If you are considering this inhumane procedure, please click on this link for additional info. This harmful procedure can permanently change your kitten’s personality and behavior. The kittens have been introduced to and trained to use sisal scratching posts. In addition, there are horizontal corrugated cardboard pads or scratching mats that can be purchased inexpensively. It is easy to trim the ends of the front claws with a specially-designed clippers. I will be happy to show you how!