What is a Chocolate Point Ragdoll Cat?
A Chocolate Ragdoll Cat is a much lighter brown color than that of the Seal Ragdoll Cat. Whereas the Seal Ragdoll‘s points are a deep, rich shade of brown and its body a lighter brown, the color of the Chocolate Ragdoll‘s points are a warmer, milk chocolate shade of brown, and its body creamy-ivory in color.
Is Chocolate a recognized Ragdoll Cat Color?
Chocolate is one of the traditional ragdoll breed colors, alongside Seal, Blue, Lilac, Flame and Cream, recognized by the main cat showing organisations; The International Cat Association (TICA) and the Cat Fanciers Association (CFA).
What Patterns do Chocolate Ragdoll Cats Present in?
Chocolate Color Point Ragdoll
A colorpoint has classic markings like the Siamese cat, with no white anywhere on the body. A Chocolate Color Point’s extremities; the paws, tail, ears, nose and face, are a warm chocolate brown and its nose leather and paw pads are a cinnamon-pink color. The body color will be a creamy-ivory color.
Chocolate Mitted Ragdoll
A Chocolate mitted Ragdoll will present in the same way as the Chocolate Color point but their paws and chin have white ‘mitts’. They also have a belly stripe that runs from their chin to their genitals. A Mitted Ragdoll can sometimes have a white spot on their face which make look like a blaze, star or hourglass.
Chocolate Bicolor Ragdoll
Chocolate Lynx Ragdoll
A Chocolate Lynx Ragdoll has a milky brown face with tabby markings.
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Chocolate Tortie Ragdoll
A Chocolate Tortie Ragdoll will have light brown mottled markings that may present with red and cream tones.
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Chocolate vs Seal Ragdoll
What is the difference between the seal color and chocolate color Ragdoll Cat? A Seal Color Point Ragdoll is much darker than the Chocolate point. A chocolate point has pale ivory fur on its body and their extremities are of a warm milky brown color as opposed to the deep, rich brown of the Seal Point.
Are Chocolate Ragdolls rare?
Alongside Lilac, Chocolate Ragdolls are much less common than Seal and Blue colored Ragdolls. You may find it harder to find a Ragdoll breeder selling Chocolate kittens and you find that they are more expensive than the other colored kittens in the litter. Visit our Ragdoll Cat Price page for more information on what you can expect to pay for a Ragdoll Cat in your country.
Do all Chocolate Ragdolls have blue eyes?
Yes, they do. The official breed standards state that a Ragdoll’s eye color must be blue; if they aren’t, then they not a true Ragdoll Cat.