The British Ragdoll Cat Club provides a Rehoming Service with a network of willing volunteers situated all over the country ready to help. Over the years, we have been asked to help rehome Ragdolls when people's circumstances have changed and they are sadly no longer able to keep their cats and we have done our best to help.

We do not home cats on a first-come-first-serve basis. Each one is assessed individually for its character and temperament and its previous lifestyle is taken into consideration. When we are certain that we have found the right home, arrangements will be made for the transfer.


We like to arrange a visit to prospective new homes by an experienced member of TBRCC before placing a cat. This ensures that the home suits the needs of the cat(s) being considered and also provides the opportunity for adoptees to voice any queries that they may have regarding the general care and upkeep of the Ragdoll breed.


Something to take into consideration is that, like most pedigree cats, Ragdolls are indoor cats and you will require to provide them with a litter tray. It is not recommended to allow them complete freedom as their easy-going nature could make them less aware of danger. No one is ever prepared for the heartbreak of a much loved pet being run over by a car or taken away by a stranger. However, if you have a safely enclosed garden your pet will enjoy playing in the fresh air, especially if you are with him or her.


To start the process of either rehoming or adopting, you will need to answers some questions first. Please click on the appropriate link below to get started.


As this service is operated on a UK-wide basis by just three main volunteers and a small network of support helpers, we do ask that you be patient with us. For rehoming enquiries, you can expect a reply within four working days. For adoption enquiries, you can expect a reply within four weeks.



If you are looking to rehome your Ragdoll Cat, please download and complete this form by

Clicking Here.


If you are looking to provide and loving home for a Ragdoll Cat, please download and complete this form by Clicking Here.



Grant a wish for a Rehome Ragdoll. 

How would you like to make a Ragdolls wish come true? 


Our TBRCC Rescue & Rehome cats often remain in our care for extended periods of time, until we can find them a new home. This can sometimes mean spending the holidays including Christmas in a temporary foster home.  We provide them with food, veterinary care and enrichment, all using the kind donations that our supporters provide. 

We have put together an Amazon Wish list based on the Ragdolls needs, if you would like to purchase a gift please click on the link and simply select the gift you would like to donate and send to the Ragdolls currently in our care. 

TBRCC Rehome Group 


Ragdolls in Our Care...

Current Ragdolls looking for permanent loving homes.




Monty and Teddy

Monty & Teddy - Home Found!

Monty is a Blue Bicolour Ragdoll Male Neuter 6 years old. He is a friendly boy and enjoys human company.
Teddy is a Seal Mitted Ragdoll male Neuter 6 years old. He is a lovely boy like to play with toys. Enjoys human company but slightly nervous until he gets to know you.
Both cats must go together to a new home as they are very close. They must go to a home with no other cats or dogs.
They are currently in the Bristol area.
Please contact Anne for more information.






Cruz - Home Found!

Cruz is a Red Mitted Neuter Male Ragdoll and quite a large cat. He needs to be homed as an only cat as he can be quite dominant at times. He likes to play with catnip toys falls asleep near owner. He likes lots of fuss. He is used to living with cat friendly dogs. He is being rehome due to his owners ill health.





Onion and Theo

Home Found!


Onion and Theo


Both male, both pretty relaxed, litter trained, neutered, immunised and have had insurance with no claims so far or problems (theo had a teeth plaque cleaning once) they get on well (often sleep on top of each other).

Theo is more affectionate to the point of being a bit territorial vs onion when it comes to getting a spot in his preferred lap. Slightly more obviously athletic and adventurous but also a bit more greedy when it comes to food.

Onion is also very affectionate but takes a little longer to get to know people and is cautious with his inquisitivity although he is actually less scared of the hoover than theo, but both seem to be generally unstressed by things. Onion will always be more initially fearful or reticent about handling by children or people he doesn't know.

They were both indoor only cats until last year when Linda who is currently looking after them felt she wanted them to be allowed out. They have lived together since they were kittens so are well used to each other.  But they are both wonderful personalities, very gentle and fun. These boys need a loving home together as they are great friends.

They are currently in the Birmingham Area.







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