For bi-color Ragdoll cats, the points are restricted to the ears, tail, mask, and saddle area, where they appear shaded. The mask is white and it looks like an inverted “V”, which remains within the outer edges of the eyes.
For this pattern, the point color is restricted to the ears, tail, and mask. The color of the ears and tails is dense and clearly defined. Minor white spotting is allowed. The mask maybe limited to the upper part and it may display some gradual fading in color.
For this Ragdoll cat pattern, the point appear darker, with a well-defined color on the ears, mask, feet, and tail. The nose leather and paw prints are fully pigmented and they match the color of the point.
Mitted Ragdoll cats display points in well-defined colors on the legs (except for the feet), ears, mask, and tail. They may even have a white blaze shaped like a star, a diamond, an hourglass or a line in one patch or broken, centrally, and symmetrically located anywhere from the top of the nose leather to the forehead.
The most popular Ragdoll color is the seal point. This is what the traditional Ragdoll cat looks like and this is what people expect to get when it comes to Raggies.
In spite of their popularity, lilac Ragdolls are still very rare. Another rare sight is the flame point Ragdoll cat. Raggies that come in these colors are very important for breeding purposes because they possess this rare set of genes that gives these remarkable colors.