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SIMPLIFYING 

RED FACTOR BREEDING

 

Breeding Flame/Cream Males to Flame/Cream Females-

All Males/Females will be Flame/Cream

If you incorporate Lynx you can also get Lynx Males/Females

 

 

Breeding Flame/Cream Males to Non-Tortie females-

All Females will be Tortie and All Males will be Non Red Factor

If you incorporate Lynx you can also get Torbie Females and Lynx Males

 

 

Breeding Non Red Factor Males to Tortie Females-

You can make Flame/Cream Males, Tortie Females and Non Red Factor Males/Females

If you incorporate Lynx you can also get Torbie Females and Lynx Males/Females

 

Breeding Flame/Cream Males to Tortie Females-

You will make Flame/Cream and Non Red Factor Males, Tortie and Flame/Cream Females

If you incorporate Lynx you can also get Torbie Females and Lynx Males/Females

 

Breeding Non Red Factor Males to Flame/Cream Females-

You will get Flame/Cream Males and Tortie Females

If you incorporate Lynx you can also get Torbie Females and Lynx Males

 

 

SIMPLIFYING 

MINK, SEPIA AND SOLID BREEDING

Contrary to some Not all kittens born to a Mink Parent are Mink Kittens, 
Not all kittens born to a Sepia Parent are Sepia Kittens and
Not all kittens born to a Solid Parent are Solid Kittens
 
Traditional Kittens Born from Mink and Solid Parents will not Produce Mink or Solid kittens when bred to a Pointed Traditional Partner 

So please If you are not sure of what kittens you have or are not positive the kitten you are buying is a Mink, 

Sepia or Solid Ragdoll kitten ask for a DNA test to be done through UcDavis

The cost is $40.00 for a single coat color and $60.00 for a full coat color, the buyer is usually responsible for this cost.

Breeding  Mink to a Traditional-

On average 50% of your kittens will be Mink and 50% of your kittens will be Traditional

 

Breeding Mink to Mink-

On average 50% of your kittens will be Mink, 25% of your kittens will be Sepia and 25% of your kittens will be Traditional

 

Breeding Mink to Sepia-

On average 50% of your kittens will be Mink and 50% of your kittens will be Sepia

 

Breeding Mink to Solid-

Your kittens will be (Solid Carrying Sepia) and Mink

Solid Carrying Sepia means your Solid cat is also like being Sepia,

meaning when bred to a Mink you can have Sepia

 

 

Breeding Sepia to Traditional-

All (100%) of your kittens will be Mink

 

Breeding Solid to Traditional-

Your kittens will be Solid and Traditional

 

Breeding (Solid Carrying Sepia) to Traditional-

Your kittens will be Solid and Mink

 

Breeding (Solid Carrying Sepia) to Mink-

Your kittens will be Solid, Sepia and Mink

 

Solid to Solid-

This is not recommended because it removes the Pointed Gene from your Solid kittens

 

SIMPLIFYING

TABBY, SMOKE AND SILVER BREEDING

 

How do I make Tabby kittens?

You need to breed a Solid to a Lynx

You can also breed Mink Lynx and Sepia Lynx to a Solid to make Mink and Sepia Tabby kittens

(Not all kittens will be Tabby Kittens)

 

 How do I make Smoke kittens?

You breed a Smoke to a Traditional, Mink, Sepia or Solid

depending on what type of Smoke kittens you would like

If your Smoke is a Solid then only breed to a Traditional, Mink or Sepia

(Not all kittens will be Smoke kittens)

 

How do I make Silver kittens?

You would breed a Smoke to a Lynx

depending on what type of Silver you are looking to make you can breed

a Smoke to a Traditional Lynx, Mink Lynx, Sepia Lynx or a Solid Tabby

If your Smoke is Solid then only breed to a Traditional, Mink or Sepia Lynx

(Not all kittens will be Smoke or Silver kittens)

   
   

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WHAT DOES ORIGINAL LINES MEAN?

 Original Lines means; What percentage of each Ragdoll Cat can be traced back to Anne Baker's 3 or 4 Original cats- Raggedy Ann Daddy Warbucks, Josephine, Blackie and Beauty. 100% Original Lines are different from 100% Traditional Lines, meaning a 100% Traditional is not 100% fully traceable to the 3 or 4 Orginal foundation cats but all of them are still very beautiful and needed in the Ragdoll lines.

If you find yourself asking the question, What is the difference between TICA Registered Traditional Ragdolls and TICA Registered Non-Traditional Ragdolls?

The answer is simpleSmile

Yes, they are all TICA Registered Ragdolls

The biggest differences between the two is that TICA Registered Traditional Ragdolls are born white and are Pointed Ragdolls that have a variation of Blue Eyes, The TICA Registered Non-Traditional Mink Ragdolls are born with their color and are Pointed Ragdolls that have a variation of Aqua or Blue Eyes, The Non-Traditional Pointed Sepias and the non Pointed Solids are born with their coloring and come in many colors that can have a variation of Aqua, Green, Copper or Gold Eyes depending on their color variations.

They are All Showable; TICA Registered Traditional Pointed Ragdolls with Blue Eyes can be shown for Championship Status and TICA Registered Non-Traditional Pointed Mink Ragdolls, Pointed Sepia Ragdolls and non Pointed Solid Ragdolls can be shown under New Traits.

As far as everything else they are as much alike as any human being can be, they are all born from 2 TICA Registered Ragdoll parents thus they are all RagdollsSmile

They still have the absolute wonderful personalities, the bunny soft fur and their exquisite floppy nature..... What more can we ask for from such a wonderful breed of cat that gives us so much love....

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