These sites are great for seeing the Ragdoll breed, as well as the best of the best.www.rfci.comhttp://rfwclub.orghttp://ragdollinternational.org/index1.shtml
Despite the myth, Ragdolls do shed, as does any animal with fur or hair, however the shedding is much less compared to other long haired breeds, and the fur usually comes out in clumps, very easy to pick off the carpet and toss, and easy for the vacuum to pick up. They do not need regular grooming, but many love being brushed and combed as part of bonding time. Depending on the age of the kitten/cat you adopted, she may or may not be Ragdoll, without papers, there is no way to know. If she is pointed, as it sounds, since she is only around 6 months, she will get a bit darker. Pointed cats, such as the Ragdoll, Siamese, Himi's are born white and develop their color over a period of 2-3 years. Temperature is a huge factor is how dark or light they will become.
That was wonderful that you rescued this little girl, and congratulations on your newest family member.