Traditional ragdolls are born pure white and their colors come on gradually over the first few months.














          
            

Mink and Sepia kittens are born with color.




  





Kit with traditional litter                                                                        Kit with Mink litter  

     












Most ragdolls have blue eyes. Many of the darker mink and sepia cats will have gold or green eyes.
















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White - no other colors

Cream - very light tan/orange

Lynx- stripped (more tabby-like)

Tortie/Calico - mixed colors
Chocolate - brown
Bi-color- white face with an inverted V, dark eyes and up
Mitted - white paws, white from chin to tail
Black - usually tuxedo markings

Red / Flame - orangish color

Seal - very dark brown, almost black
Blue - gray

Lightfoot Ragdolls

Van - like bi-color, only more white higher on face, more rare-- has usually no "saddle" on the back. The "V" on the mask extends almost up to the ears
Traditional - darker face, ears, tail

About Ragdolls

Ragdolls are one of the largest breeds of domesticated cats. Their name is reflective of the floppy relaxed nature of ragdolls. They are beautiful and usually very mild tempered and do well with children and other pets.

Colors:

Seal, Blue, Cream, White, Chocolate, Red (Flame), Black

Traditional ragdolls are born pure white and their colors come on gradually over the first few months. Mink or sepia kittens are born with color.

Markings:

Traditional Ragdolls are usually white or light colored with dark faces. ears, tail and possibly legs.

Lilac / Lavendar - light gray