I’m wondering what you usually get if you cross a Siamese or Siamese-like cat with a Ragdoll. By “siamese or siamese-like” I mean not necessarily a true representative of the breed, but any cat of a paler general body color with dark points on the face, ears, paws, and tail, and without any white flecks or other markings anywhere on its body. We have this one cat Shadow (in foreground whose mother was a siamese type cat by my definition above. The father we’re not sure of, although I think he’s sitting on my lap even as I type this. At any rate, he’s not talking. He’s a Ragdoll, and the rearmost cat of the picture above. Here’s another of Rocco, showing the dark paws with sharply defined white “gloves”.
The thing that I notice about Shadow is that, although his paws are dark as you would expect on a pointed cat, each of his forepaws has a tiny fleck of white visible on the surface. It seems to be wider under the top layer of fur. Could the white speck betray the white paws of a Ragdoll father, given what is typical for cat heredity?