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The Ragdoll cat breed that was developed in the 1960's by an american breeder Ann Baker. They are known for their gentle, docile, & placid personality. Ragdolls are an affectionate family cat that are said to have a dog-like devotion to their owners, making them great around children & other pets. They are a relaxed & happy cat when held & may likely go limp & flop in your arms (hence: Ragdoll).

Ragdolls are a larger cat breed where males can weigh up to 15-20lbs, & females 10-15lbs. They are fluffy & have a silky-soft coat with blue eyes.

The traditional ragdoll can have the following types of coat patterns:

1) Colorpoint: darker face, legs, tail, & ears,

2) Bicolour: white chest, legs, stomach & ruff, with an inverted "V" on the face,

3) Mitted: pointed with "mitts" (white paws) on their front feet, & "boots" (white) on the hind feet, white chin & belly stripe,

4) Lynx point: tabby or striped markings, &

5) Tortie point: a mixed color

Ragdolls can be seal (brown), blue (grey), chocolate, lilac (light grey), cream (lighter orange), red (orange), cinnamon, or fawn colored.

A Ragdolls life expectancy is mid to high-teens


Differences between traditional & Mink/Sepia Ragdolls

Mink & Sepia Ragdolls are cats born with a full coat of color, which is different than the traditional colored ragdolls; who are born white.

Ragdolls develop their color over a few years (up to 4yrs before they reach their forever color). Mink & Sepia Ragdolls have a much darker & richer coat color than that of a traditional ragdoll.

Mink & Sepia Ragdolls have aqua-colored eyes, whereas traditional ragdolls have blue-eyes.

Mink & Sepia Ragdolls are considered purebred by TICA standards and are registered as an SBT purebred ragdoll. 

Blue Mink vs Blue Traditional
Seal Mink vs Seal Traditional
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