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PreciousDolls Ragdolls

All kittens were placed and are very loved.
 
 

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Hermione
Blue/Cream Colorpoint
RESERVED for Laine
 
Hermione eats everything and is sweet and bumbley. She is the darkest overall and possible lynx pattern. Hermione is outgoing and loves compainionship.

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Ginny
Blue/Cream Mitted
Available
 
Ginny was one of last out of the box and has a cautious nature. Everyone loves her, she is gentle and docile, the most "Ragdoll" in nature. Ginny is very sweet and would make a terrific compainion for anyone, child or cat/kitten.

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Luna
Blue/Cream Mitted
Available
 
Luna grabbed my attention from the start. She was deemed "Luna" before deciding on the Harry Potter Theme. She is the most unique visually and clamoring for affection. Luna is very outgoing and sassy.

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Harry
Cream Mitted or Colorpoint
RESERVED for Matt
 
Harry is one of the smaller and more reserved kittens, but vocal. His pattern has not become apparent and he could be a mitted, or colorpoint with lynx. More on Harry as it becomes apparent.

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Fluer
a.k.a. "Paws of Flurry"
Blue/Cream Colorpoint
Fluer will be remaining with us for the time being
 
Fluer is adorable. She is the lightest of the litter, besides Harry and her ear patterns are symetric but unique. The ears are rimmed gray and filled cream. Most of her paws are gray, the last has both. Fluer is outgoing and one of the first to try new things, and she is fiesty. Her face is the most like Tiger Lily in shape. Fluer was the "runt" of the litter.

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Tiger Lily (mom) and Coby (dad)

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Harry Potter Theme
"Hermione"
BlueCream
Colorpoint
Female
"Ginny"
BlueCream
Mitted Female
"Luna"
BlueCream
Colorpoint
Female
Lynx?
"Harry"
Cream
Male
"Fluer"
BlueCream
Colorpoint
Female
6 days
 
6.6 oz
188 grams
5.8 oz
165 grams
5.7 oz
163 grams
5.3 oz
152 grams
5.1 oz
146 grams
12 days
 
9.2 oz
260 grams
8.8 oz
249 grams
8.4 oz
237 grams
8.3 oz
234 grams
8.1 oz
231 grams
18 days
 
8.0 oz
226 grams
9.9 oz
280 grams
9.6 oz
273 grams
9.5 oz
270 grams
9.6 oz
274 grams
8/16/09
 
1.06 lbs.
481 grams
15.9 oz
450 grams
14.9 oz
421 grams
14.5 oz
412 grams
15.9 oz
452 grams
8/24/09
 
1.3 lbs.
596 grams
1.44 lbs
651 grams
1.16 lbs
523 grams
1.18 lbs
537 grams
1.09 lbs
494 grams

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A little about the red/cream genetics
 
The reason for all the male kittens being cream and all females will be blue/cream is that the cream/red gene is sex linked. All my breeder cats only have the dilute or recessive blue or cream genes to give, all kittens' coat color will be the ressive blue and cream colors.
 
The cream/red gene is located only on the "X" chomozome, and it functions differently than the other color genes. When an adult male cat receives an "X" chomozome with the cream/red gene, it will be cream/red. The male cat has "XY" and the cream/red gene wins.
 
It is more intersting with females. A female is "XX". When only one of the "X" chomozomes is cream/red in a girl, the other color gene received they work together, both colors show up in the coat. Yeilding a tortie or a blue/cream depending on the recessive dilute gene. To get a blue/cream, each gene from each parent must be the dilute or recessive.
 
In very rare occations, 1 in 10,000, a male is tortie or blue/cream. That would be the genetic mutation of "XXY".
 
The only way to get a cream/red girl is if both parents each give an "X" with the red/cream gene. Meaning to guarentee a cream/red girl, both parents are cream/red to begin with. A cream/red tortie can pass an "X" gene too, but it is 50/50 chance.

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