Many cat owners dream about an exclusive bewhiskered pet with a beautiful coloration of the fur and even with rare patterns. This is all about lynx point Ragdoll buddies. These cats might obtain tabby points on their bodies. The most notable feature is the lynx Ragdoll felines’ facial pencil dark lines (narrow stripes) and a white liner around their blue eyes.
It is worth noting that the coloration is like a calm transition of dark-colored patterns to light ones and vice versa. Usually, lynx points are presented on the nose, tail, paws or paw pads, and cat’s face. The palette can vary from traditional light chocolate and pale buff cream color patterns and up to exotic coral pink or lavender-pink ones.
What Is a Lynx Point Ragdoll Cat?
This is one of the Ragdoll cat types. These felines obtain the same color combinations as other bewhiskered pets of this breed. Lynx Ragdoll cats can have a happy blend of white with chocolate, lilac, blue, cream, seal, or red. The special agouti gene is responsible for the color point patterns on the pets’ fur.
In comparison with mitted and bicolor Ragdoll buddies, lynx-friendly felines have dark gray or brown stripes on the face, especially around the eyes (between the feline’s eyes, on the cheeks) and sometimes on the ears.
It is worth noting that lynx point marks can be slate-colored with the gradual transition from white to pinkish, cream, blue, or lilac. Usually, the darkest patterns are seen on the nose leather and paw ends. Some Ragdolls with lynx points obtain a rather dark coloration of the:
- ear ends;
- tail ends;
- paw pads, etc.
It is interesting to know that all the Ragdoll cat buddies are born white. Only when the kitty is 2 months old, the genetically-based lynx point markings appear on the young cat’s coat.
The peak of the Ragdoll color progression is at the kitty’s age of 5-6 months. At this period, all the ghost striping, deep blue patterns, and other markings become the most visible.
Some experts state that Ragdoll cat colors depend on the kitten’s body temperature during their first year of life. The warmer living conditions are; the brighter the coloration is. The rarest color patterns are seen when it comes to lynx point tabby Ragdoll cats. A special gene mutation takes place to tint the feline’s fur in tortoiseshell markings.
It is worth noting that lynx point cats with some warm milk chocolate stripes and dark brown patterns are similar to bewhiskered pets of the Himalayan breed. And solid points of grey or ivory colors can make a seal mitted lynx Ragdoll resembling Siamese kitties.
How Much Are Lynx Point Ragdoll Cats?
According to the information presented here, the price for lynx Ragdoll felines can vary significantly. It depends on the breeders’ location and the kitty’s coloration. At the same time, the cats with Ragdoll patterns mixed with tabby markings and body shading backgrounds will be the most expensive.
For example, the reputation of the breeder and show quality characteristics really matter when it comes to the kitten’s cost. The lynx point Ragdoll price can increase up to +2,500 US dollars from the litter of the renowned bewhiskered parents (pureblood she-cats and he-cats with a range of awards on the feline shows, CFA approved lynx Ragdoll patterns, and so on).
The approximate cost of the lynx point-friendly feline in the US is about $1,300. It is worth noting that seal lynx mitted Ragdoll kitties will be cheaper. This and other mitted cats of this breed will cost about $1,000 for a kitten.
The most expensive lynx Ragdoll kittens are with tabby points. Their price can be more than $1,500. The top-ranking American and Asian breeders can offer a lynx point Ragdoll kitten for sale with the great genealogic table and exclusive feline appearance for $4,000.
Lynx Point Ragdoll Cats Colors
Let’s take a closer look at all possible coloration variants of lynx-pointed Ragdolls including mixes and blends with tabby, seal, bicolored, and mitted patterns. There are six major point variations to take into consideration by willing cat owners who are searching for a gorgeous kitty to adopt.
Seal Lynx Point Ragdoll
Seal lynx Ragdoll kitties are notable for their calm transition from the white color on their bodies to the darker patterns on the face, tail, nose leather, and paw pads. The fur can be of the pale fawn or cream colors together with snow-white pattern presence.
Together with seal-friendly characteristics, these felines obtain well-recognized stripes on the forehead, paws, and cheeks. You can see warm milk chocolate bars or gray shades with visible small narrow horizontal and vertical straps (V, W, M-shaped).
Blue Lynx Point Ragdoll
These cats have a white body with cool shading. They can have frosty grey markings similar to blue tone points. The belly, chest, and back of blue lynx Ragdolls are often white-colored without any patches and stripes. The bars of light grey and bright blue grey patterns take place on the paws, felines’ faces, and tails.
The blue lynx colorpoint is notable for its well-visible darker stripes on the forehead and cheeks of the bewhiskered buddy. These cats obtain lighter background color patterns than other Ragdolls like chocolate or red-point ones. Also, there are bicolor and mitted blue lynx felines without (or with pale ones) stripes and deep blue, grey bars on the face and paw pads.
Chocolate Lynx Point Ragdoll
All the markings on the cats’ bodies are of a brown color. They are similar to the tone of chocolate with their tender transitions to the white or other lighter background color patterns (cream, light pinkish tone, powder colors, etc.). Lynx-friendly features take place in the form of seal brown bars on the paws and the feline’s face including the kitty’s nose leather.
Bright stripes appear in the form of a dark W-shape mask with a white liner under the Ragdoll’s eyes on the pet’s face. The ears and the tail end of the seal brown buddies and chocolate lynx pointed ones are usually umber-colored.
Lilac Lynx Point Ragdoll
If blue point Ragdolls are notable for cool colors like frosty grey and light azure, lilac lynx buddies have warm pink-edged body shading. The pinkish tone bars can be seen on the paws and the feline’s face. These cats are mostly white or obtain at least 85% of another lighter background color (light pinkish cream, for example).
Flame/Red Lynx Point Ragdoll
A red Ragdoll with lynx-pointed markings and specific flame-lime body shading is the feline with light orange stripes on the face, ghost striping patterns on the back, and flame paws of yellowish or tender red coloration.
You can also see the cats with deep red bars around their eyes and the flame-like tone of the kitties’ ears. This is the attractive effect of powder accent that can be also seen on the pink-edged fur of lilac seal, lynx, and mitted Ragdolls.
Cream Lynx Point Ragdoll
These felines are similar to flame lynx cats but their shading and markings are lighter and perform more color tender transitions. Such a Ragdoll cat has creamy ghost striping on the paws, forehead, cheeks, chin, and tail.
To Sum Up
Seal, lynx, mitted Ragdolls are very eye-catching! The combination of white color with grey, blue, lilac, chocolate, and red patterns makes the fur of these felines the real art masterpiece. Some cats have bright darker accents on the ears, their noses, tails, and paws. Other bewhiskered buddies obtain continuous tones with well-balanced gradients.
Nevertheless, seal lynx point, and other color variations are only about the coloration of your pet’s fur. All the Ragdolls are friendly, vocal, and very clever. They will become your faithful companions and good friends for your children.
What Is a Lynx Point Ragdoll Cat?This is one of the Ragdoll cat types. These felines obtain the same color combinations as other bewhiskered pets of this breed. Lynx Ragdoll cats can have a happy blend of white with chocolate, lilac, blue, cream, seal, or red. The special agouti gene is responsible for the color point patterns on the pets’ fur. In comparison with mitted and bicolor Ragdoll buddies, lynx-friendly felines have dark gray or brown stripes on the face, especially around the eyes (between the feline’s eyes, on the cheeks) and sometimes on the ears. It is worth noting that lynx point marks can be slate-colored with the gradual transition from white to pinkish, cream, blue, or lilac. Usually, the darkest patterns are seen on the nose leather and paw ends. Some Ragdolls with lynx points obtain a rather dark coloration of the:
- ear ends;
- tail ends;
- paw pads, etc.