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What is a Ragdoll Cat?
The Ragdoll has a bunny soft, semi-longhair coat which does not require extensive grooming. Ragdolls are carefully bred to produce healthy, uber-affectionate, large, loving animals.
Ragdoll kittens are born white, acquiring their coloring and coat pattern as they age. Full color development may not be evident until 2-3 years of age.
Ragdoll Cats are a POINTED BREED
What does “Pointed” mean?
Pointed means that the body is lighter in color than the points. Points are located in the face, legs, tail and ears.
All Ragdoll cats must be pointed cats with blue eyes to be acknowledged for championship competition. (Note: Rules in the associations change over time, and these rules may change.)
THE RAGDOLL COLORS
SEAL POINT: The body color of the seal point should be an even pale fawn or cream, shading gradually into a lighter color on the belly and chest. Points should be dense, deep seal brown.
BLUE POINT: The body color of the blue point should be an even platinum gray or bluish tones, shading gradually into a lighter color on the belly and chest. Points should be a deeper grayish-blue tone. Paw pads and nose leather to be a dark blue-gray.”
CHOCOLATE POINT: The body color of the chocolate point should be an ivory color all over, shading if at all to be in the color of the points. The points should be a warm milk chocolate color. Paw pads to be a salmon pink color, nose leather a burnt rose.
LILAC POINT: The body color of the lilac point should be an even milk white color, shading, if any, in the color of the points. The points should be a lilac grey or pinkish tone, the dilute pigment permitting the flesh tone to show through. Paw pads a coral pink tone; nose leather a translucent old lilac hue.
RED POINT: The body of the red point Ragdoll should be a warm, even, creamy white, shading, if any, the same tone as points. The points should be a deep orange red, a “hot” color, the deeper the better. Paw pads and nose leather to be hot pink.
CREAM POINT: The body color of the cream point should be an even white all over, shading, if any, to be same color as points. Points may be any shade of cream from deep cream to a pale cream. The overall impression to be a “dull” color as opposed to a “hot” tone. On deeper specimens the impression will be a very pale cream tone with a lilac overtone. Paw pads and nose leather to be rosy pink.
THE RAGDOLL PATTERNS
SOLID: dark feet and color visible everywhere on the cat, one solid (point) color without recognizable stripes, spots, ticking, white, or silvering (Currently Angel Girls does not have Solid Ragdolls)
BICOLOR: This is the Most coveted pattern by people attending CFA Cat Shows and is marked by a facial white upside-down “V” with white legs and white belly.
MITTED: White coloring appears on the ears, tail, and face mask. All 4 feet are white (front mittens don’t go past ankle). Back leg white goes all the way up to the heel. Chin MUST be white for shows, and have a stripe of white that extends from the chin all the way down the belly. Color on body, belly, and chest is a shade lighter than the point color.
Note: Some mitted may also have something called a “blaze” present. This is a white marking between the eyes (on the nose). It can be just a little bit of white, or take up most of the face. Two common varieties are the “hour-glass” blaze, and the smallest version, a “diamond” blaze.
LYNX: Tabby markings (ie: stripes) in the point color over the inherent color and pattern of the cat
TORTIE: The basic tortie is a combination of black and red patches in a random manner