Patterns and Colors
The Ragdoll has a soft semi-long coat which does not require as regular a grooming as many other long-haired breeds. Ragdolls are born white and the color comes in slowly....although you can tell seal and blue anywhere from a few days to a week...you can't determine chocolate and lilac for 3-4 weeks. They have very good color by 8-12 weeks but they don't get their full color for about 2 years. 'Kim Patterson'
Ragdolls are available in the following:
Examples below, click on image to see larger view, wait a few seconds and the image will appear, click and hold at the top clear panel to drag anywhere on the screen for a better view, click the X to close.
Pointed Colors: seal point, blue point, chocolate point, lilac point, red point, cream point, tortie point. More pictures coming soon!
The coat patterns of the Ragdolls are: colorpoint, mitted, bicolor & lynx (tabby markings in one of the three previous patterns). The varying patterns may be bred in the above colors.
Credits: Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this page and giving us permission to use their photographs as examples: Ken Staples (Kassledolls), Sue Villareal (Lonerock Catasrophe), Cathy Bridges (Dixieland Ragdolls), Lisa Ames (Dolls N' Dudes), Jean Ransdell (Ragdolls by Ransdell), Kim Patterson (Georgia Ragdolls), with a special thank you to Kim for all her work in collecting photos and making it possible to get the colors and patterns correct.
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