Blue Ragdolls – A blue Ragdoll cat has a grey color on its points – ears, nose, legs, tail, and body. Sometimes they are called blue colorpoint or blue point Ragdoll.
Blue is one of the many colors Ragdolls and other purebred color-pointed cats come in. Many people unfamiliar with types of Ragdoll cats would call a blue or a grey Ragdoll cat.
For a blue Ragdoll’s coloring, their body color can vary from light to medium to dark grey – depending on diet, genetics, and location, the deepness of the grey may vary. Blue Ragdolls’ bellies and chests will also vary depending on their pattern.
For example, a blue point-mitted or blue mitted Ragdoll will have white mitts on its paws, a white chin (if they have a dark chin, they are considered mismarked), a white chest, and a different stomach pattern. On the other hand, a blue point Ragdoll will be more uniform – with grey ears, legs, tail, body, and usually a consistent belly pattern.
The photos and descriptions below will help you understand how blue is the color, but the pattern of the cat can really make it vary greatly. For example, a Blue Ragdoll cat or Blue Ragdolls are gray. They are gorgeous and are one of the many popular Ragdoll cat colors. Below you will find a series of photos featuring blue Ragdoll cats.
Ragdoll cats come in colors and patterns. So the “blue” (gray) is the color, whereas the pattern can be lynx, mitted, tortie, bicolor, and more. You’ll notice that even though they are all blue, their pattern makes them look quite different. For example, a blue lynx mitted looks quite different than a blue colorpoint or a blue bicolor.
The blue lynx mitted has white eyeliner, a white mustache, and a pink nose. A blue colorpoint has no eyeliner, mustache, and dark nose.
Here is what each pattern of Blue Ragdoll looks like, according to the data provided by the Cat Fancier’s Association (CFA):
Blue Point Ragdolls
The body is bluish-white, with a cold tone, which shades gradually white toward the cat’s stomach and chest. Its points are deep blue, and its dominant eye color is also blue. As for the nose leather and the paw pads, these are slate colored.
Blue Lynx Point Ragdolls
Blue Ragdolls with this pattern have bluish-white to platinum-grey bodies. The colors are also cold in tone and shade lighter colors on the cat’s stomach and chest. The shading on their bodies could take various forms, such as striping or ticking.
Their points are deep blue-grey bars, which appear distinct. They are typically separated by a lighter background color. Their ears are deep blue-grey with a paler thumbprint displayed in the center. The typical eye color for Blue Lynx Point Ragdolls is blue.
As for their nose leather, this can be slate-colored (please note that this color is permitted) or pink-edged in slate (please note that this color is preferred). The paw pads for this pattern of Blue Ragdoll are slate-colored.
Blue Cream Point Ragdoll
Blue cream point Ragdoll cats present with bluish-white to platinum grey bodies. The color is also cold in tone and shades lighter variations on the stomach and chest areas. Please note that the body color in older cats may appear mottled.
Blue Cream means Tortie, and 99% of the time, they are females.
The specific points for this coloration pattern in Ragdolls are deep blue-grey, variably mottled with cream. The typical eye color is blue. As for the nose leather and paw pads, the preferred variants are slate-colored and flesh or coral pink mottling.
To picture what each of these Ragdoll colors and patterns of Blue Ragdoll cats looks like, we’ve created a gallery of Blue Raggies. Take a look and admire the fantastic diversity of this coloration:
Blue Cream Lynx Point Ragdolls
Blue Cream Lynx Point Ragdolls display bluish-white to platinum-grey bodies. The blue is cold in tone, and it typically shades to some lighter colors on the stomach and chest areas.
Blue Cream (Tortie) is technically called Torbie when mixed with lynx.
The body color shading could take the form of ghost striping or tick, just as for Blue Lynx Point Ragdolls, but it can also take the form of cream mottling for this color pattern.
The specific points for Blue Lynx Point Ragdolls are deep blue-grey bars, which present as distinct. They can even be separated by a background in a lighter color. The cat’s ears are colored deep blue-grey with a paler thumbprint displayed centrally.
What is specific to this color pattern is that the variable mottling of cream overlays the markings of the points. The typical eye color is blue. As for the typical color for the nose leather, the permitted variant is slate-colored, while the preferred variant is pink-edged in slate.
Another possibility is flesh or coral pink mottling. Paw pads are usually present in slate color or slate mottled with flesh or coral pink. Please note that cats resemble lynx points more than tortie points.
Blue Colorpoint Lynx Ragdoll Cats
Blue Lynx Mitted Ragdoll Cats
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Blue Tortie Ragdoll Cats
Blue Colorpoint or Blue Point Ragdoll Cats
Blue Bicolor Ragdoll Cats
Blue Mitted Ragdoll Cats – also called Blue Colorpoint Mitted Ragdoll Cats
Blue Mitted Ragdoll Cats with Blazes
Blazes occur on horses, dogs, and cats and can come in various shapes and sizes. Our page features pictures of Ragdoll blaze markings cats that will give you an idea of the wide variety of how blazes come.
Blue Ragdoll Cats – The FAQ Section
Do you still have questions about blue Ragdoll cats? Then take a look at our list of FAQs. We hope you find the answers you need. Here are the most commonly asked questions about this particular coloration of Ragdoll cat:
Are blue Ragdoll cats actually blue?
No, they are not. The term “blue” used for this specific coloration is a technical term used by cat breeding experts. This is used to define a specific shade of grayish white, with very light inflections, which are blue in the shade.
However, this does not mean that the cat is born or will ever develop blue-colored fur. The term blue is purely technical and has nothing to do with the color blue.
Are blue Ragdoll cats born with blue-white fur?
Like all other Ragdoll cats, blue Raggies are born entirely white. This is the case for absolutely all color variations in the breed.
Then, as the kitten develops further, their fur pigmentation also kicks in, and they develop colored fur. For blue cats, the color of their fur is bluish-white in a cold tone, so the change is minimal.
But the change is much more visible for other color variations, such as seal point Ragdolls. You can read our article on Ragdoll color progression to learn more about how Ragdoll cats get their fur color.
If not, how can you recognize a blue Ragdoll?
When the kitten is very young, there is no way to know what color its fur will develop. You can analyze the colors of its parents and grandparents if this information is available, but this can only point in a particular direction.
The only way to know for sure is to wait for the kitten to develop enough for its definitive coat color to be noticeable. The blue-white shade is specific for this coloration pattern.
Will blue Ragdoll cats change color over the course of their lives?
Yes, they will, just like any other cat. When the blue Ragdolls reaches seniority, it will develop more white fur on its face and extremities.
Even though the color difference is not as easy to notice as in other colorations, it is present, and a keen eye will spot the differences. Pictures can be a handy resource to spot color changes.
How does a blue Ragdoll change color when its temperature is high?
In blue Ragdolls, this is much more difficult to notice. Ragdoll color change is interesting because they can change the color of their fur when their body temperature is modified.
When their temperature is high, their bodies’ fur becomes lighter in color. However, the difference from their typical blue-white color might be very subtle.
How does a blue Ragdoll change color when its temperature is low?
When their body temperature drops, a Ragdoll’s fur becomes darker in tone. This will be easy to spot in blue Ragdolls, as it will significantly change from the typical blue-white color of their fur. You should check the cat’s body temperature if you notice something like this.
Do blue Ragdoll cats also have blue eyes?
Yes, they do. The vast majority of blue Ragdoll cats have blue eyes. The ones that do not have blue eyes are actually the exception.
Do blue Ragdoll cats grow up to be blue?
No, they do not. While some people expect blue Ragdolls to eventually turn blue, this does not happen. Despite their name, blue Ragdolls never reach a color that compares to typical blue. It is really more of a grey color with a slight blue hue.
What do old blue Ragdoll cats look like?
Old Ragdoll cats can get white inflections in their fur. They also get more white fur on their faces than other parts of their bodies. This change is far more dramatic in Ragdoll cats of darker colors. Still, in blue Raggies, the differences are far less noticeable.
The blue-white fur on their faces eventually switches to a full-on white shade. So, as you can see, blue Ragdolls may not be blue in color, but they are exceptionally gorgeous nonetheless.
Is your cat a blue Ragdoll? What do you think about the beautiful blue Ragdoll cats in our gallery? Do you have a favorite? Tell us all about it in the comment section below.
- Blue Ragdoll
- Chocolate Ragdoll
- Cinnamon Ragdoll
- Cream Point Ragdolls
- Lilac Ragdoll
- Mink Ragdoll
- Red Ragdoll or Flame Ragdolls
- Seal Ragdoll
- Solid Ragdoll
- Tortie Ragdoll
Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,