RockstarDolls "JACK" Hammer
Carrying Cinnamon and Dilute
JackHammer as a kitten.....
JackHammer at 8 months old...
JackHammer at 10 months old...
Mink ragdolls have more color and become darker than a traditional ragdoll. If you see
a seal mink ragdoll you will see its a "shade" darker than a seal traditional ragdoll. Mink ragdolls come in a variety
of colors and have aqua eye color. We create SEAL Mink ragdolls, BLUE mink ragdolls, CHOCOLATE mink ragdolls, LILAC mink ragdolls,
CINNAMON mink ragdolls and FAWN mink ragdolls. And all these colors come even one shade darker and they are called SEPIA ragdolls.
Ragdoll Kittens and Sepia Ragdolls are Available a Few Times a Year
They go quickly so we have a waiting list
Mink Ragdolls and Sepia Ragdolls Kittens
Click Here To See Available Ragdoll Kittens
Anyone who has ever been lucky enough to
own a ragdoll cat has probably come away singing the breed’s praises. Indeed, a mink ragdoll kitten is equal parts fluffiness
and sweetness, making them almost a perfect pet. Even die-hard dog partisans cannot help but be charmed by the mink ragdoll
kitten’s affectionate temperament and luminous aqua eyes. Ragdolls are also larger than many other breeds of housecat,
and their average weight ranges between 12-22 lbs. The mink ragdoll is a specific sub-breed of ragdoll cat. Contrary
to some rumors, mink ragdolls are indeed purebreds and the breed is officially acknowledged by the SBT (StudBook Tradition)
and The International Cat Association. This makes them eligible
for cat shows.
Blue Lynx Sepia