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Ragdoll Cat - Catricat Miss Fleur. Breeder - Mrs C Noel. Owner - Ms C Prowting


Fleur is from 100% Old English lines, and is an absolute pleasure to have in our home.

She is a real purr machine. We only need to call her name and she starts to purr. She sleeps between the pillows on our bed every night.

Fleur is most definitely the Matriarch of our home. If there is any dispute or squabble, she will run straight over, telling the offenders to go and stand in the corner and have a serious think about their behaviour! I cannot remember what life was like before Fleur arrived.

Fleur has now retired, but is still very much the boss of the household.



Elowyn is also from 100% Old English lines.

Oh my goodness - what a bundle of loving mischief joined our home the day that 'Smelly Ellie' arrived! She has to be one of the most extroverted Ragdolls I have ever come across. She loves everyone, and will sit on the lap of any visitor who arrives in our home.

Elowyn has a few habits that really make her stand out from the crowd. Firstly, it doesn't matter what you are doing, she simply has to be on your lap. Her second amusing habit is to launch herself at you when she wants fuss. If you realise she is going to do it you can catch and cuddle her, but sometimes she will leap up without warning...

Elowyn is very unusual because she is very 'white'. Many people refer to this as a 'Van pattern' Ragdoll. Only the top of her head and her tail are coloured, the rest of her is the purest white.

Hollygram Porcelein Doll


Dot has been through a lot for a young girl. When she was 5 weeks old, we found her collapsed on the floor. She was totally paralysed and could only move her eyes and ears.

The vets were unsure of the cause, but felt she may have broken her neck or spine. As Dot wasn't in pain, we decided to try a course of antibiotics and see how things went over a few days. I could tell that the vet wasn't optimistic, but we had to try. Thank goodness we did. She had meningitis, and slowly improved with antibiotics. Unfortunately she was left mildly brain damaged, and wouldn't eat as she didn't feel hungry.

Her brain finally 're-wired' itself, and at around 5 months she started eating for herself, but the effects of her early illness are still obvious. She is a tiny girl, with a big character, and we wouldn't be without her.



Tatts was a scruffy kitten, which earnt her the name 'Tatty Anna'. She seems to be more interested in looking after her good looks now though!

Tatts has been shown and has done well in her open and side classes, achieving many firsts. She has had her first litter of kittens, and blessed us with a litter of four to Pudsey. Three were perfectly marked, and one had a dot of colour on her back leg. 'Dot' stayed with us (pictured above).

She has a lovely gentle nature, and is always interested in what people are doing. Sometimes I am sure she'd love to join in. She does have a cheeky side to her, which just adds to her character.

Tatts is registered as a Blue Bicolour, but is genetically a High Mitted. She is also from 100% Old English lines.

  Ardendolls Lady Legacy


Dolly (also fondly called 'Dolly-Monster') is from 100% Old English Lines. She is a very special girl to me, as she is the Granddaughter of one of the best Ragdolls I have ever bred (Champion Eiserblew Belle De Jour). Thank-you to Angie of Ardendolls Ragdolls for allowing her to live with us.

I got to meet Dolly for the first time when she was a few days old. Obviously, she didn't remember me when I went to collect her at 13 weeks, and she was wary of me at first. Now she is glued to my side, no matter where I go.

Dolly also loves to 'help' in the kitchen, and spends a lot of time 'shouting' at me, which has earnt her the nickname 'Gordon Ramsay'! We haven't figured out if it's because she is criticising my cooking, or because she wants the food herself.



Sweetie is a home bred girl, and is from 100% Old English lines. I have been trying for a few years to breed a Blue Colourpointed girl, so when Sweetie turned up in her litter she simply had to stay.

She is a lovely character to live with. She is quiet and keeps herself busy, but when you call her over for a fuss she will turn herself inside out while you stroke her and tickle her tummy. Sometimes she will try and play-fight with another of our brood, and when they play back she will squeal at her playmate.

I am hoping to take Sweetie out to a couple of shows as she gets older, and I am very excited to see what kittens she will have when put to one of my boys! Her first boyfriend will hopefully be Panda.

Eiserblew Sweet Fani Adams
Ragdoll Cat - Eiserblew Limited Edition. Breeder - Candice Prowting


Alice has the most fantastic eye colour, which comes from her mother, and the same docile, friendly temperament as her father.

She seems to have a bit of a passion for taking things which don't belong to her. I will often find my watch, glasses and jewellery deposited around the house where she's run off with them! Alice has had some wonderful kittens, one of which is in Europe, and has just become an International Champion!

Alice is my only girl who is not from 100% Old English lines, however, her pedigree is 'Fully Traceable Traditional', meaning it can be traced back to the original foundation cats on every line of her pedigree, with no gaps or outcrosses.



Grace is also from 100% Old English lines.

She is a real monkey, and loves nothing better than playing 'tag' with the other cats, and getting into places she shouldn't be! At her first show she was awarded first place, and Best of Breed over seven other cats.

One of Graces Daughters, Eiserblew Danube, now lives in Germany, and Eiserblew Belle De Jour has gone to Ardendolls Ragdolls.

Grace has now retired, but we do have her son, a Grandson, and two Granddaughters living with us still.

Ragdoll Cat: Leasowes Amazing Grace - Breeder: Mr Barry Smith



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