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About Ragdoll

The Ragdoll is a large affectionate, semi-longhaired cat with captivating blue eyes. The beauty of the Ragdoll is only one of their many features. Their disposition and personality are what makes them a truly unique cat. They are quiet, playful, placid, relaxed and very loving. One of the largest breeds in the cat fancy, these sturdy cats have no extreme features and blend easily into the busy modern household.

Head: Proportionately large with a broad, modified wedge

Eyes: large, vivid blue ovals

Ears: Medium in size, broad at base, rounded tip

Profile: Slightly curving; ending in straight, medium-length nose. Chin well-developed, strong, in line with nose and upper lip

Body: large and long, broad and solid, with heavy boning. Allow for slow maturation in young adults.

Feet: Large, round, tufting desirable

Coat: Semi-long, Silky soft. Allow shorter coats in unaltered adults, and seasonal variations.

Patterns: Colorpoint, Mitted, Bicolor

Colors: All pointed (​darker face, legs, tail, and ears) colors. Seal, blue, chocolate, lilac, red and cream. May be tortie and may have lynx stripes (tabby markings)

Personality: Docile, placid and affectionate

Did You Know?

Ragdolls are often called “puppy cats” because they like to follow people around and many even love to play fetch.

Ragdolls are intelligent and often intrigued by the sound of running water. When you turn on the shower, bath, or tap, your Ragdoll may come running.

Ragdolls love to “flop” at your feet or on your lap for belly rubs and attention.


Ragdolls are generally known for their tolerant attitudes with other animals, as well as with children. Ragdolls and dogs do especially well together if the dog is well mannered. 

Ragdoll gets along well with children, often living up to its name as it gets carried around the house in a child's arms. Children should be watched around a Ragdoll kitten, but most Ragdolls raised with children will tolerate being “lugged” around the house and be happy to be played with.


Ragdolls from reputable breeders are generally a healthy, hearty breed. A high-quality diet and annual vet check-ups are paramount for maintaining good health and longevity.

Ragdolls have the great fortune to have a DNA test for HCM (Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy, a heart disease). HCM causes abnormal thickening of the heart and is the most common cause of heart disease in cats. When looking for a cat, be sure to select a reputable Ragdoll breeder that will do a HCM DNA test on all cats they are breeding. 

Ragdoll Coat Colors and Patterns

All pointed Ragdolls have beautiful blue eyes and come in 3 patterns: colorpoint, bicolor, mitted.

The Ragdoll color pallet consists of seal, blue, chocolate, lilac, cinnamon, fawn, red and cream along with the tortoiseshell and lynx (or tabby) variations.

We are working to provide Ragdoll Kittens in the following accepted colors by TICA:




Blue Bicolor



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Seal Bicolor




Blue Lynx Bicolor



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Seal  Lynx Bicolor




Blue Lynx Mitted




Blue Mitted

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