Seal Mitted Ragdoll
A Seal Mitted Ragdoll is one that has a very dark brown color on it’s points – ears, nose, legs, tail and on their body – they also have a white chin and white mitts. Sometimes they are called seal colorpoint mitted or a seal point mitted Ragdoll.
Seal is one of the many colors that Ragdolls and other purebred colorpointed cats come in. For a seal Ragdoll’s coloring, their body color can vary from a light to medium to dark brown – depending on diet, genetics and location, the deepness of the brown may vary. A seal point mitted or seal mitted Ragdoll will have white mitts on their paws, a white chin (if they have a dark chin, they are considered mismarked), a white chest and a different stomach pattern
. The photos and descriptions below will help you understand what a seal mitted Ragdoll looks like. The seal mitted Ragdoll is perhaps one of the most magnificent looking felines on earth combine it with a blaze, and the seal mitted is even more striking.
The seal color in a cat is one of a dark brown and then the mitted part means, quite literally, that they will have white mitts and usually a white chin. If they are mismarked like Rags, who had a brown chin, then that can happen too.
It’s just means that they are not show quality Ragdolls. Caymus and Murphy‘s half brother is a breeding stud at HeartNSoul Ragdoll Cattery, his name is Ace.
There are a few seal mitteds on this website.
There are three seal mitteds with blazes on this site as well:
Ragdoll Fancier’s Club Worldwide has an excellent page that features seal Ragdolls. Here are other color patterns of Ragdoll cats:
- Seal Ragdolls
- Blue Ragdolls
- Chocolate Ragdolls
- Lilac Ragdolls
- Cream Ragdolls
- Tortie Ragdolls
- Mink Ragdolls
- Solid Ragdolls
- Red Ragdolls or Flame Ragdolls
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,
I am looking gor a seal mitted ragdoll kitten
I learned long ago not to recommend breeders! So I let readers do it =)
Here are the pages on the site that you might find helpful:
How to Know if a Cat Breeder is Reputable: An Interview with Bette Willette
Watch out for scams – https://www.floppycats.com/ragdoll-breeder-website-scam-ragdoll-family-or-ragdoll-giants.html
You might also search for a Ragdoll rescue, so we have the following webpage to help you find a Ragdoll Rescue in your area:
If you find someone you like, you can always send me a link to their website and if I see any red flags, I will let you know – that’s the best I can do.
Good luck! Hope that helps and hope you’ll share your new little one with us on Facebook when you get s/he.
Hi, I have a female kitten that is mitted, and possibly seal colored, but she is not a purebred. She was born in October, and is from the second litter her mother had. She has an older brother from the first litter, and he looks Siamese. My mom has his littermate brother, who has blue eyes as well. My little girl had a blue-eyed male littermate, but I found him dead when he was less than two weeks old. Their mother is just a barn cat, and she is white with tiger markings, so don’t know who their sire is. I was real excited to finally have blue-eyed or Siamese like cats.
Seriously?? I just got all excited cuz I thought that picture of Caymus was Mooshu!!!!!! hahahaha!
ÓOH, there are the most beautifull cats, so I have seal mitted to. He is 8 month old and I love him very much..
I’d love to see a photo of your kitty and also would love it if you would consider sharing him as Ragdoll of the Week on my website. Thanks, Jenny
Hi Jenny, here is my dear dear Juniper, mitted seal point Ragdoll, born 10/15/20. Nicknames Juni, Junibug, Bugbug, Sassy Pants. I chose her because she fell asleep in my arms when I visited the lovely cattery where she was born. She has grown up to be quite the firecracker, and requires full sedation to be groomed because she has nearly taken the arms of both her vet and two different “no-stress” cat grooming facilities . With consistent loving handling at home (thank you, Jackson Galaxy) Juni is a sweet and gentle girl at home but does require frequent outlets for her curiosity and high energy. She allows me to groom her “top half” but gets an extended hygiene clean from tail to ruff to manage matting on her tummy and armpits. I sent recent photos after her latest grooming adventure via email. Juni was featured as your Kitten of the Month for March 2020