Watch a Ragdoll Cat Take on a Drone!

Ragdoll Cats

Ragdoll Cats are some of the most beautiful animals in the world.  They are also some of the most curious of all cat breeds.  They can often be found trying out something new or pawing a new object they have never seen before.  While they can be a bit skittish at first, they often put a lot of effort into knowing what is in their environment.  While all felines are natural curious animals, Ragdoll Cats seem to have a stronger desire to check things out.  The video below is a great example of these animals curiosity.  Many of you who own one of these animals probably already know what you are about to witness.  But if this breed is new to you be prepared to be amazed by this video.

As you watch the video, you will notice this animal is very interested in what is flying around the room.  While this beautiful pet doesn’t really know what is going on, you can tell that she is trying very hard to find out.  While a bit skittish she is determined that nothing is going to get in the way of her curiosity.  While breeds of felines may have ran under the couch and not come out until the drone is gone, this one doesn’t let fear get in the way.   I really like it when the drone gets close to her and she runs away but comes back very quickly to see what it is.  After her owner shows her the drone, she seems to be ok with it. This is both a funny and entertaining video and it teaches more about this amazing breed of feline.  These are very graceful animals and it shows in the way they move around a room.  They seem to flow around instead of walking.  So make sure to check out this fun to watch video.

If you checked out the video you are probably smiling like I am.  This very cute video shows just how intelligent and curious these animals really are.  I myself would love to see an addition to this amazing video.  As more drones are produced everyday I’m sure we are going to be seeing a lot of feline VS. drone videos.  So if you haven’t watched it yet, take the time to check out this awesome clip.

Image via Kent Wang at Flickr.com

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