Products We Love

Here, we share our favorite cat products that have brought joy and comfort to our beloved Ragdolls. From top-notch cat trees to irresistible toys and grooming essentials, explore our curated selection and find out where to get these fantastic items for your furry friends. Discover what keeps our Ragdolls purring with delight!


When you purchase a kitten from Pearl’s Ragdolls, you will receive a Welcome kit. This kit is put together by me and will include food samples, cat toys, and other goodies.

Listed below, I have linked the food I feed my kittens and adult cats. I have also listed some cat food dish options. I suggest buying ceramic or stainless steel over plastic, because plastic dishes can cause cat acne.

Water Fountains

Cats love to have running water to drink from rather than a bowl of sitting water. Having a filtered drinking fountain will improve your cat’s health, because it encourages cat to drink water more often. I suggest buying a stainless steel or ceramic cat filtered drinking fountain from Amazon.

I’ve also listed the Chom Chom roller. This roller is the best for picking up cat hair off furniture.

Litter Boxs

Before my kittens go home to their new families, they will be litter boxed trained using a Litter Robot. If you do not plan on using a Litter Robot, I suggest using a litter box with a cubby-hole opening.

For litter, I use Tidy Cats Clumping Litter. I suggest ordering one container of similar litter when you first bring your kitten home to avoid confusion. 


Kittens like to be very active. I highly recommend some kind of cat tree to give your kitten the opportunity to jump and climb furniture. Here are some modern cat trees I like.

I also suggest buying a nice scratching post or scratching board. There are many different types you can try to see what your kitten likes best. If your kitten starts to claw at furniture, try placing the scratching post in front of where they are trying to claw. Here are a few cat trees and scratchers I reccomend.


Kittens love toys! They love anything they can chase such as cat toy balls or fake mice. You can never have too many toys, because many will eventually end up under the couch.

I do not suggest laser play. People typically play with cats using laser pointers in a way that frustrates and teases cats. Laser players usually point and dance the beams randomly on the floors and walls for their cats to chase. Certain of a successful catch, they pounce only to find there is nothing under their paws. The bright red dot disappears, or it lingers on the wall or settles for an instant on a paw. Cats are left frustrated, without the opportunity to feel the tactile sensation of their hard-earned prey. Felines need to have the satisfaction of the hunt — to catch and feel their prey beneath their paws. Lasers are really only amusing to the humans and not the cats.

There are many other ways to play with your cat. Here are some great toys that my kittens love.