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Sepia Ragdolls

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These Sepia Ragdoll Kitten's DNA tested Positive as Sepia through UcDavis  


Blue Color Point Sepia                               Blue Color Point Sepia


Seal Color Point Sepia                                Seal Color Point Sepia


Seal Color Point Sepia                                Seal Color Point Sepia


This is Hershey, a gorgeous Seal Color Point Sepia Ragdoll that lives with my friend Diane


                                                                Seal Sepia Ragdolls                            

At Elvia's Ragdoll Babz we love to send healthy, loving Ragdoll kittens home with their new families that will bring them years of happiness. Our Ragdoll babies always have the wonderful temperament that you should expect in your kitten.

We have MINK Ragdolls and SEPIA Ragdolls. Mink and Sepia Ragdolls have the same temperament of a Traditional Pointed Ragdoll. They are very gentle cats/kittens and love nothing more than to be with people. Ragdolls have medium to long, luxurious coats and are soft like bunny fur but shed less than other breeds. Ragdolls are easy maintenance and do not need to be groomed very often, but love the attention of being brushed.

The Mink and Sepia Ragdolls are born with their color, their coats have such a warm coloring to them that it makes you think of a nice warm cup of hot cocoa.
The Sepia Ragdoll can have beautiful aqua eyes(like the color of the Ocean) but usually has green, gold or copper.
What is a Sepia?....
A Sepia is the tone/coloring of the Ragdoll, meaning a very dark reddish brown/charcoal grey, ect.  
Sepia is the Darkest Pointed of the Ragdolls, you can’t get a darker colored Ragdoll than the Sepia with the exception of the Solids but the Solids don't have Color Points.
Color Points.....
Meaning the darker mask on their face, darker tail, ears and feet than their body color. A Solid is the same coloring all over their entire body.

If you take the time to research you can find that The Mink, Sepia and Solid Ragdoll genes go all the way back to the first Ragdoll lines that Ann Baker created the breed with.