Mink, Sepia, Solid and Blue-Eyed White
(masking seal point lynx)
(carries chocolate + dilute)
|BriaDolls Queen City Molasses
|BigCityDolls Avalon Snowbird
(masking lilac point)
|BigCityDolls Thats So Raven
(carries the mink gene)
(cinnamon carrier + dilute)
Odd-Eye Seal Bicolor Mink
Kansas City Barbi-Q
Johnny Walker Scotch
Red Mitted Sepia
|BigCityDolls Aurora Borealis
Tortie Mitted Sepia
MINKS and SEPIAS
The mink Ragdolls come in traditional pointed colors, but
the color is much richer than in traditional pointed
Ragdolls. Also the mink Ragdoll kittens are born with
color and not white, as are the traditionals. Their color is
so rich that the pointed color difference is minimal – it is
there, but barely visible, especially in the darker shades.
The mink also descends from the original cats that went
into creating the Ragdoll breed.
The name “mink” comes from the fact that the fur is
even softer than with normal Ragdolls. Doesn't seem it
can be possible, but it really is. It is mink-soft – if you
have ever had the chance to stroke mink coat, you know
what that means. Minks and sepias have a richer, darker
color and a softer, plusher, denser coat which rarely ever
mats and sheds less than the traditional Ragdolls.
Mink Ragdolls have beautiful aqua-colored eyes (a
greenish blue color). A small percentage of minks can
have blue eyes too.
Minks and sepias retain a color gene from the foundation
lines. Unlike traditional Ragdolls which are born pure
white, minks and sepias are born with color. A sepia is
produced when breeding two mink parents. A mink
Ragdoll can give birth to both mink and traditional kittens
when one parent is a traditional. Mink Ragdolls have a
beautiful blue-green (aqua) eye color. Sepias have an
aqua or golden green eye color. The minks and sepias
come in all the same colors as the traditional Ragdolls
(seal, blue, lilac, chocolate, tortie, red, cream, cinnamon
and fawn) as well as the three patterns (pointed, mitted,
bicolor). THE PERSONALITY AND TEMPERAMENT IS
THE SAME AS THE TRADITIONAL RAGDOLL.
|The Blue-Eyed White Ragdolls (BEW’s) BEW's mask a point gene and
can give birth to the traditional colors/patterns as well as blue-eyed white kittens.
These kittens are very few and far between which makes them rare in the Ragdoll
world. We have a limited number of these kittens available and they go QUICKLY.
|Rumor Has It
Seal Mitted Mink
Solids are non-pointed cats. They are part of the foundation lines and have the deepest
saturation of color. Solids have a gold, green or copper eye color. Solid Ragdolls come in black,
blue, chocolate, lilac, red, cream, cinnamon, fawn, blue/cream and calico/tortie. Solid Ragdolls
also have the same three patterns as the traditional Ragdoll (pointed, mitted or bicolor). Any of
these patterns and colors (depending on the mating) can also be marked with lynx, smoke,
shaded or silver. Eye color between the traditional pointed variety, mink/sepias and solid
Ragdolls are also a distinguishing feature of each. With the traditional Ragdoll, the eye color is
always blue. Whereas, the mink Ragdoll has either a blue or lovely aqua (blue-green) eye color.
The sepia can have an aqua or a golden green eye color. The solids have eye color of green,
gold, copper or blue-green. Please note all kittens are born with blue eyes and their true
eye color does not begin to appear until 10 to 12 weeks of age.
|Krazy for Kahlua
|BigCityDolls Tiger Lily
Chocolate Solid Lynx
|BigCityDolls Lafayette Lilac Frost
Lilac Mitted Sepia
|KY Bourbon Private Reserve
Chocolate Mitted Mink
|Minks and Sepias
|Her Name Was Lola