Ragdolls might change their coats almost entirely from one season to the next, which begs the question – Why is my Ragdoll cat changing color?
I have always wanted a purebred cat growing up. I started researching different breeds, and came across the Ragdoll breed. It was exactly what I was looking for… a long haired blue eyed cat with a great personality, doglike, and great with children.
I am uber pumped to bring you this post because my first love was a Ragdoll cat named Halston and he was seal mitted with a blaze
Who knew there were terms for different types of cat hair coats? She mentioned that Charlie’s coat was a result of flat hair follicles and Trigg’s was from having round hair follicles!
My husband was the first one to spot the Craigslist listing for Mac. He was noted as a two-year-old male Ragdoll that’s good with children and loves attention.
Meet Louie “Choo-Choo” Blue. Louie is a handsome blue mitted lynx point who was a rescue from a noisy home with lots of children, dogs and other cats.
See Photos of Red Ragdolls – Mitted, Colorpoint, Bicolor & Lynx.
In 2015, my husband and I went to a cat show and fell in love with the Rag Dolls. I was referred to a breeder North of Toronto, (Marl Creek).
See Photos of Seal Ragdolls – seal point bicolor, seal bicolor ragdoll, seal bicolor retired adult ragdolls, seal lynx bicolor ragdoll and seal mitted ragdoll.
See Photos of Blue Ragdolls – blue colorpoint, mitted, bicolor, lynx, tortie, and blue lynx mitted Ragdolls.