Red Ragdolls

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Vunderland Ragdolls red lynx colorpoint girl
Vunderland Ragdolls Red Lynx Colorpoint Girl

Red Ragdolls are red or orange in color. They are also known as flame point ragdoll. “Flame” is the term CFA (Cat’s Fancier’s Association) uses to identify Reds. Ragdoll Fanciers Worldwide provides a good example of the different patterns and colors, but Floppycats.com has included some here in as well. Please check out the Ragdoll Fanciers Worldwide Website as well (link below).

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10 month old flame point Shogun sitting on his “throne” loved by Melanie
Symba (flame point) loved by Liz Broussard
Symba (flame point) loved by Liz Broussard
Pacificats Obelix as a Kitten
Pacificats Obelix

Pacificats Obelix as a Kitten (above) and at 7-months old (below). Obelix is a Red Lynx Point Bicolor Ragdoll

Pacificats Big Red Obelix, seven months old
Pacificats Obelix
Benji (A Flame Mitted Lynx Ragdoll) Owned By Gloie Wall
Benji (A Flame Mitted Lynx Ragdoll) Owned By Gloie Wall
Benji (A Flame Mitted Lynx Ragdoll) Owned By Gloie Wall
Benji (A Flame Mitted Lynx Ragdoll) Owned By Gloie Wall

Benji comes from Dollheaven Ragdoll Cattery in Virgina.

Dexter, a Flame Lynx Colorpoint Ragdoll
Dexter, a Flame Lynx Colorpoint Ragdoll, owned by Robert Camacho and Kristina Endsle
Dexter, a Flame Lynx Colorpoint Ragdoll
Dexter, a Flame Lynx Colorpoint Ragdoll
Dexter, a Flame Lynx Colorpoint Ragdoll
Dexter, a Flame Lynx Colorpoint Ragdoll
Annabella, a seal flame bicolor torbie, owned by Brita Pingry
Annabella, a seal flame bicolor torbie, owned by Brita Pingry
Annabella, a seal flame bicolor torbie, owned by Brita Pingry
Annabella, a seal flame bicolor torbie, owned by Brita Pingry
Raggs, 1 year old flame point ragdoll, companion of Carol King
Raggs, 1 year old flame point ragdoll, companion of Carol King
Crimson, a Flamepoint Ragdoll, owned by Pat Duerksen
Crimson, a Flamepoint Ragdoll, owned by Pat Duerksen
Supreme Champion Horatio Caine red bicolor owner Roberta Bertini
Supreme Champion Horatio Caine red bicolor owner Roberta Bertini

Roberta Bertini’s website – www.ragdollpassion.com

Ragdoll Fanciers WorldWide: Red Colors

If you are really interested in showing your Ragdoll cat, there is a terrific website that shows what the cat must look like – Ideal Markings in Mitted and Bicolor

Please contact Floppycats.com if you have a Ragdoll kitty who has this color type and you’d like for he or she to be featured on this page or leave a comment below!

Would you like to see more Ragdoll cat pics? Click on any of the color patterns below to see more:

Comments (16)

    1. What color of Ragdoll do you have? A flame or red one? I’d say anywhere from 2-3 years. My seal mitted is 9 months old and he is not his full color yet. The darker varieties seem to take longer to get all their color.

      1. he red lynx point but so far he look like a very very lite cream point ,i real do not care want color he is ,just was wondering ,he my baby we name him foxtrot ,thanks he a pet ,the vet thought the color is wrong

  1. I saw your post on Facebook last night which brought me to the Red Ragdolls. My Baby Mew must be part Ragdoll after all! She has the personality and sweet nature but not the size or turquoise eyes. No matter… golden eyes and tiny, she is my precious little darling 🙂

  2. I have a 2 1/2 year old flame point that I rescued. He is now 16 lbs and such a great pet. He is absolutely stunning in appearance with his gorgeous blue eyes and bright red face and ears. He is polydactyl too so his feet are HUGE! He has a wonderful friendly personality and sticks to me like a barnacle!

  3. I have a flamepoint ragdoll that we got from the pound. I think he’s about 3. I have had many cats over the years but he is the absolute best. I now work from home so he is my constant companion. Just gorgeous!!!

  4. I have a nine year old flame ragdoll. The breeder let me have her at 6 weeks which I think might have been too young. For the most part she is well behaved (everything on her terms) but occasionally for no reason I will be petting her and she will go on an all out attack. I have watched the cat whisperer to see if I am doing something to provote these attacks but can’t find a trigger. Do you have any suggestions why…

  5. This is great. What a lovely color too. Any breeders know what breed they may have used to integrate this color?

    Recently at a TICA cat show and I found the majority of breeders that took pride in what they deemed to be “Traditional Colors”. This came up when I used the word Lilac and was gently corrected and told Blue. Guess Lilac is not in their color wheel.
    Either way! I think this is a lovely color. Absolutely gorgeous!

  6. Hi I have a ragdoll of which I’m trying to figure out what couloir she would be classed due to her having red/ orange points on her ears and slightly in her face but also has a patch of seal colour mixed with the orange on her right ear as well as a seal couloirs tail, does anyone know ?? Thanks

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