Austin Farm Ragdoll Cattery
Chocolate Mitted Mink
Chocolate Torbie Mink
Dixie & Phoebe
The truly beautiful Mink Ragdoll is being bred through a handful of breeders across world. Approximately 30 breeders worldwide who wish to continue with these rare old lines of Solids and Minks. If you look at the early pedigrees of Ann Baker's Cattery, you will find that of Buckwheat- a black type of cat (who is said to have thrown the sepia gene) and Josephine, a solid white, it will show that the Minks have a bloodline that can be traced back to the very first Ragdolls. These old bloodlines trace back to IRCA Ragdoll Breeders. Yes, Minks are purebred & SBT registered, and have the same personalities and lovable characteristics of the traditional pointed variety Ragdoll!
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How Minks stand out from the crowd!
Mink Ragdoll are born with full color, unlike the traditional Ragdoll. Traditional pointed Ragdoll kittens usually take several days to begin to show color. The coat of a Mink is smoother and much softer, and develops a darker and more richer point color, than the Traditional Ragdoll. The body color of a Mink is a few grades lighter than their points.
Minks do come in the same traditional colors...Blue, Blue/Cream, Seal, Lilac, Flame, Cream, Chocolate and Tortie. Mink Ragdoll also have the traditional coat patterns those being Mitted, Color point, Bi-color and can be accompanied by a Lynx pattern. The eye color of a Mink is a normally a stunning Bluish-Green, (Aqua), reminiscent of a tropical Island ocean.