The Lilac Ragdoll Cat

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The Lilac Ragdoll Cat

Angelmist of Guysndolls
Angelmist of Guysndolls Ragdolls – She is a Bi-Colour Girl and is 7 months old in this photo

The lilac is grey and cream in color. Ragdoll Fanciers Worldwide provides a good example of the different patterns and colors (however, there are photos on this page as well). Please check out the Ragdoll Fanciers Worldwide Website as well (link below).

Dusty of House Of Steward Ragdolls Lilac Ragdoll
Dusty of House Of Steward Ragdolls, a Lilac Ragdoll
Lilac Point Ragdoll, Cody - his registered name is RAGTIME CODY
Lilac Point Ragdoll, Cody – his registered name is RAGTIME CODY
(on the left he is 15 weeks old and on the right he is 2 years old)

The kittens pictured below are from Guysndolls Ragdolls in Australia. They are all Lilac.

Lilac Kitten and Mom GUYSNDOLLS Ragdolls

Lilac Kitten GUYSNDOLLS Ragdolls

Lilac Ragdoll Kitten GUYSNDOLLS Ragdolls

Lilac Ragdoll Kitten GUYSNDOLLS Ragdolls

The photos below are of Milo of Drouindolls. He is a Lilac point Ragdoll cat.

Milo a Lilac Ragdoll from Drouindolls

Milo a Lilac Ragdoll from Drouindolls

Milo a Lilac Ragdoll from Drouindolls

Milo a Lilac Ragdoll from Drouindolls

The photos below are of Summer Breeze of Drouindolls. She is a Lilac bicolor Ragdoll. She is photographed here with her first litter. Do you want to see more Ragdoll Kittens? Go to Floppycats.com’s Ragdoll Kitten Page.

Summer Breeze a Lilac Ragdoll from Drouindolls

Summer Breeze a Lilac Ragdoll from Drouindolls

Mustafa Muezza, a Lilac Bi Colour Lynx, owned by Lora Falconer
Mustafa Muezza, a Lilac Bi Colour Lynx, owned by Lora Falconer
Mustafa Muezza, a Lilac Bi Colour Lynx, owned by Lora Falconer
Mustafa Muezza, a Lilac Bi Colour Lynx, owned by Lora Falconer
Mustafa Muezza, a Lilac Bi Colour Lynx, owned by Lora Falconer
Mustafa Muezza, a Lilac Bi Colour Lynx, owned by Lora Falconer

Ragdoll Fanciers WorldWide: Lilac Colors

If you are really interested in showing your Ragdoll cat, there is a terrific website that shows what the cat must look like (link below).

Please contact floppycats.com if you have a Ragdoll kitty who has this color type and you’d like for he or she to be featured on this page!

Would you like to see more Adult Ragdoll Cat Pictures? Click on any of the following color patterns, to see more Ragdoll Pictures:

Comments (28)

    1. I have not looked into Lilacs and their pricing, as I prefer the darker colors – but no doubt if it’s rare it’s more expensive. If you have information on them, I’d love to include it on the site. In fact, with all your research, you’re more than welcome to post anything you think would benefit the other floppycats.com readers.

      1. Thanks for the offer! Off the top of my head, there is one breeder that floppycats already interviewed once before that specializes in Lilac and Chocolate too, I believe, Ragdolls. The cattery is called Angel Girls Ragdolls (wwwangelgirlragdolls.com). Their webpage is quite informative too from Ragdolls to cat stuff that they have tried in the past. There is even a cat toilet on there! I prefer the blue coloring and then seal 🙂

      2. Yes, Angel Girls’ website is neat because she really takes the time to walk through all the different colors and explain them. Education is always a nice bonus on a breeder website.

      3. Definitely! Plus, Angel Girls conducts elaborate testing to ensure healthy cats as well as no inbreeding with their pedigrees. They are one of the breeders that I have down as an option to adopt a Ragdoll from later on in the future!

  1. Dear admin,

    we are small ragdoll cattery in Slovakia, Europe. We are specialized on light colour, especially on lilac, lilac-cream (lilac tortie), cream and the darker colour in our cattery in blue. We have lilac colorpoint, lilac tortie mitted, lilac bicolour ragdolls. In case you want to publish some information and photos on Your webpage, please contact us and we will sent to you all what you need.
    You are right – lilac ragdolls are very rare and among them lilac tortie are very very rare. But they are so gently, soft and delicate – we like them very much.

  2. I originally wanted a lilac or blue– but discovered they are hard to come by. I also would love a blue lynx bicolor, but I can’t find any of those around either. The more common colors and patterns are equally as beautiful, so not a problem!

  3. My baby Ragdoll is a Lilac,born to a seal bi colr mom and a full seal point dad.Hes more white ,than my seal bi color Murphy his Uncle.He has really soft fur and a sprigg,of pinkish blue on his nose at first I thought he was a Blue bi color.one day I will send pictures.When my son rehomed the kittens everyone wanted the sealpoints the full dark face like the Daddy cat Winston,My BABY WAS THE ONE KNOW ONE PICKED THE RUNT.Hes 5 months now and a Beautiful normal sized Raggy that loves to eat.I need to find him now and kiss him.Didnt know Lilacs were rare.I like the bi color face cause they look like humans sometimes especially Big Murphy when he stares at me.huh huh Bye Lisa. I luv them all

  4. Great re-post, Jenny! So fascinating to see all the different color patterns of our beloved Ragdolls! The Lilacs are truly beautiful! I can definitely tell the difference between the Lilacs and the Blues now (about a year and a half after my first comment, above). I have learned so much about the coloring from Floppycats and my dear FB friend Peg (a retired Ragdoll breeder). 🙂 <3

    Big hugs!

    Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3

      1. We correspond at least once a day on FB and she’s doing well. She’s such a special lady with a great love for the Ragdoll breed. I have learned so much from her and she’s shared some awesome photos of her litters and special kittehs over the years that she has bred and raised. She must have been an awesome breeder back in the day. She had some beautiful kittehs from her cattery for sure! 🙂 <3

      2. Oh, I know – I don’t know if I ever offended her or what – but I think she has a lot of information to offer and wish she would contribute to the site!

      3. I know she stays pretty busy. Perhaps you should try reaching out to her on FB or via e-mail? She posts a lot on Teresa’s Heart of Grace FB page. 🙂 <3

  5. Beautiful kittes! I agree with Patti about discerning the lilacs from the blues since it very subtle.
    Was just perusing the site about the colors, etc., and noticed that there are minks listed but no sepias. Makes me sad that Gracie always gets left out and she is more of a Floppycats than Illaria who is a seal mitted lynx.

    1. I probably didn’t get to the Sepia page back in the day when I started those pages. I also first learned that Sepias were versions of Minks, so I guess you might have to start a page for me.

      1. Yes, of course! Would love to do that if you would like. Am working on a project right now but after it’s complete, will get together and make a page!♥♥♥

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