Traditional Ragdolls are born completely white and start slowly getting their color at about 1 week of age and do not reach full color until between 3 and 4 years of age.
Traditional Ragdoll Colors: Seal; Blue; Chocolate; Lilac; Red; Cream; Seal Torti; Chocolate Tortie; Blue Tortie / Blue Cream; and Lilac Tortie / Lilac Cream .
Mink Ragdoll a bloodline that can be traced back to the first Ragdoll cats bred by Ann Baker. They’re called “Minks” because their eye catching coat is even smoother than the coat of the traditional Ragdolls — the mink’s fur actually feels like a lady’s mink stole, and their tail is often extremely plush. Mink Ragdoll kittens are born with color. The point color of the mink is much softer, richer and darker than the point color of the traditional Ragdoll. Minks come in all the standard colors of chocolate, lilac, flame, cream, tortie and blue/cream.
Mink Ragdolls have Aqua colored eyes by the time they are 12 weeks old. Aqua eyes can vary from blue with just a small hint of green to almost fully green eyes but the most common is a very even blue green.
A Sepia is achieved by mating two minks together. Sepia Ragdolls have the thickest, plushest, and softest coats of all of the pointed Ragdolls. They are considerably darker coated than their mink Ragdoll siblings.
Sepia Ragdolls can have green, gold, blue, aqua blue, or a rainbow of other eye colors.
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