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What is the difference between a Traditional and Mink Ragdoll you ask?
Coat - silkier, plusher coats like a mink stole with an extremely plush tail, they have richer colours with more deeper creams and brown coloured coats.
Shedding of fur is noticeably less. Minks are born with their colour coat.
Eyes - exotic aqua coloured eyes or sea blue green by 12 weeks of age.
Coat - coat is like rabbit fur, kittens are born all white and develop their colour points between 4 to 14 days old.
Eyes - varying shades of blue
Coat - Born with a colour that deepens over time to an incredibly dark and rich coloured coat. Sepia's coats are pointed and have darker colouring on the ears, center of the face, tail and legs. Sepia is substantially darker than the mink. Sepia have an even softer coat then the mink coats, just like silk.
Eyes - any colour from blue, aqua or a rainbow of other colours.
Both Mink & Traditional Ragdolls come in the following colours & patterns
Mitts & Blaze Ragdolls
Ragdoll Cats - What is so special about this breed?
We feel in love with this breed from my very first cat Sophie. We now have 7. Each one gives us so much love and the list below is only just touching the surface of some of the very special features of this beautiful breed.
1. Affectionate - Ragdolls love affection and love your company and be prepared to never to go to the toilet or be in a bathroom on your own again.
2. Appearance - They are truly beautiful cats, the colours, patterns are endless.
3. Coats - Offer some of the most stunning coats and are not really high maintenance.
4. Life Expectancy - 15-20 years and they are indoor only cats as they have been breed specifically to be pets and have no survival skills.
5. Intelligence - This breed is very smart. I have taught one of mine to play fetch, how to sit like a dog, they play soccer with toy balls and they love to get up to mischief.
6. Size - they are medium to large cats, males will be larger than the females and can get to over 5 kg.
7. Personality - This breed is very chilled and are know for the ragdoll flop. Place them on their back and they flop in your arms. Not much bothers them. As kittens they will like to play but as they mature you can see their beautiful nature shine every day.
8. Kid Friendly - I have a child with a disability and my ragdolls are perfect pet as therapy for her. They calm her down and they tolerate her bad days. It is very touching to see this as the animals understand her emotions, its very touching to see.
9. Talk - Ragdolls love to talk, they will tell when they are hungry, thirsty and mine just come in say hello.
10. Other Pets - Ragdolls will adapt to other animals very easily. We have 3 dogs, chickens and horses. I have had clients who have had their kittens blend with rabbits, mice and snakes!
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Going from left to right
Marigold - Mink Sepia Bi-colour
Sawyer - Blue Point Lynx
Montague - Mink Sepia Point
Underneath - litter of kittens at 2.5 weeks old
Under the xmas tree - Skylar seal bi-colour
Going from top to bottom
Sophie - Blue Tortie Point
Sasha - Blue Point
Saxon - Seal Point
Marilyn - Mink Blue Point
I am officially a crazy cat lady -
Tracy pictured with Madeleine - mink blue bi-colour.
Our babies are adopted quickly, so reach out to reserve your furever friend or to ask any questions.