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Cat enjoys cuddling and belly rubs 1m30s

Cat enjoys cuddling and belly rubs

Cats usually don't like to be touched on the belly but Jeremy the Ragdoll is totally opposite of that. Check out how he enjoys belly rubs like he is a dog! Precious and so cute! Unlike dogs, who really enjoy belly rubs, most of the cats don't like to be touched on the belly. It is cat's most sensitive and vulnerable part and most of them are extremely protective of it. Luckily, Jeremy the Ragdoll is not one of those cats. His favorite sleeping position is on his back and enjoys getting his belly rubbed. It shows how relaxed he is and how much he trusts to his owner. Contrary to the belief that kitties are aloof loners, they actually get lonely when their owners are not around. I was working on my laptop when Jeremy came and lay on the bench next to me. He instantly rolled over, looked me with his big blue eyes, and exposed his belly to be rubbed. There's no saying NO to that cute face! At some point, I took my phone and started to record it, and here is just a short glimpse of it. He fell asleep in the middle of that cuddling and obviously enjoyed it very much. Ragdoll cats are one of the largest breed of cats also known as puppy cats and here you can see one of the reasons why they got that name - sometimes he acts more like a dog than a fluffy cat. Experts tend to say that petting a cat is incredible stress-buster: holding our soft warm companion while feeling the murmur of a purr beneath our fingers brings an instant feeling of happiness and contentment. So reward your kitties with some extra attention and petting, scratch them behind their ears and their little chins and hear the purr thrum loud and strong while they close their eyes in bliss. No matter how hard your day was or how stressed you may feel, this adorable fluffy Ragdoll cat is going to make your day.

How to train your human, cat's style 1m43s

How to train your human, cat's style

Luigi, the Ragdoll cat, knows very well how to get what he wants from his humans. Check out how he manipulates his owner for food. So cute! Cat owners often try to train their cats to perform some tricks or at least teach them not to jump on TV or some other fragile objects in their household. But, many of them give-up very fast and let their cats take over, thinking that cat training is impossible and that is not worthy of their time and effort. While they are busy with finding justification to their decision, they don't even realize that the training process never ends. In fact, it becomes more successful than they could ever imagine. Although, truth to be told, in another and unexpected form. Yes, while they were occupied with figuring out on how to control their cats, their cats were already training them. From the moment we met them, our cats are observing us and learning about our behavior. What is making us happy, what makes us mad... Even some less personal information like where we keep their food and how they could get some more. Think about it, they don't have a job, but most of our domestic cats live in a big mansion. They have no money but their bellies are full, and while we are at it, they don't have opposable thumbs but still get to eat canned food. Hmmm would any of that be possible without human work, love, and care - we don't think so! Here is one example of how it looks in practice. Luigi, almost a two years old Ragdoll cat, is cute as a button and he is not ashamed to use it to his advantage. He knows very well how to attract owners attention and to get more food when he wants to eat. First, he rolls on the floor, then makes the sweetest "meow" sound. Making sure to maintain eye contact while he leads his owner to the room with his cat food tree. For those of you who are not familiar with cat food tree, it is designed to stimulate cat to eat slowly and work for their food by playfully pawing at it through various side openings. As you can see, Luigi is adapted perfectly to that human invention and has no problem with using it. He simply makes his human companion to shake the entire thing and then gets to eat the results of his work. Hilarious! This is how we imagine Luigi would comment this video: Yes! You can train a human to come on command, give you what you want — and it's all much easier than you thought. Remember that patience and positive reinforcement are essential if you're learning how to train a human. If your human has a hard time understanding you, don't give up on him yet, just try these simple techniques. First of all, make sure he is watching you. Then roll over, make the cutest sound, whatever works to lock his attention. When you have his full attention, take him slowly where you want him. Humans can learn to respond to a vocal cue, but sometimes simple meow won't be enough. Point your human in the right direction, and he'll eventually figure it out. Even though if they don't understand from the first, don't lose your temper. In the end, they'll give you what you want. That's right, well-done human!

Fluffy Cat Drinking Water in Slow Motion 39s

Fluffy Cat Drinking Water in Slow Motion

Just like most cats, longhair cats don't like getting wet, and that can be a problem when it comes to drinking. Check out slow motion video of this fluffy Ragdoll cat to see how does he stay dry while drinking water. So cute! Cats have been part of human lives for thousands of years, and no matter how much we know about them, they still keep amazing us. One of their arguably most known, and yet contradictory, characteristics is that they don't like water and hate getting wet. But, at the same time, they still need to it to stay alive. If you ever wonder how do they do it and stay dry in the process you are not the only one. Owner of Jeremy the Ragdoll cat had the same question in his mind when he put the camera next to the water bowl and set it to film a slow-motion video of him drinking water. Slow motion video is particularly interesting in this case to slow down the fast movement of cats tongue and fully appreciate it's skill. Jeremy is two and a half years old Ragdoll cat, and just like all Ragdolls, he is a longhair cat with a soft and silky coat. Usually, it is a great feature but when it comes to drinking water, keeping an eye on all that hair staying dry takes lots of effort and skill. It is fantastic to see how he stands as far as possible from the water surface, just close enough to touch the water with the tip of his tongue. Of course, this is not the most effective way to drink, and maybe that's why it takes so long, but keep in mind that drinking water was just a half of his goals here. The other half, staying dry is equally important and he excelled in that as well.

Bear swings on a swing and gives playful attack on his brother 30s

Bear swings on a swing and gives playful attack on his brother

There is nothing cuter than seeing a full-grown Bear carelessly playing on a sunny summer day. Check out this fantastic Bear swinging on a swing and playfully attacking his brother. Unreal animals! Bear cubs are one of the most playful animals, but it is much rarer to see grown-up bears playing. These bears were brought to the animal shelter as small orphaned cubs. In the meantime, they get used to humans being around and, as you can see, they are completely relaxed even though we are watching them. Thanks to those unique circumstances we can witness this kind of playful behavior from the big brown bears. It was a windy Summer day, and we watched the brown bear playing. At some point, he came next to the DIY swing like he is going to climb on it. Luckily, I started recording it, and here you can see what happened next. The bear climbed that swing with ease like he did it a hundred times before. He started swinging and after a while seemingly got bored with it. Then he saw his brother napping on the side. He suddenly decides to surprise him by launching a sneak attack on him. That was very playful and unexpectedly cute behavior coming from a grown-up brown bear. It's hard to say exactly why do they do it but, according to some sources, bears probably play to practice fighting or hunting skills, increase cardiovascular fitness and "burn off" excess energy. It is also a great way to test strengthen their social bonds by reducing aggression, enhancing alliances, increasing tolerance, and improving group cohesion. Not to mention, the release of endorphins and other "feel good" chemicals - just like humans enjoy playing maybe they feel the same kind of joy. Well-fed cubs play more than malnourished ones. Keeping that in mind, it is pretty evident that these bears don't lack in food. It is important to say that, unlike children, bears play without vocalizing. It can sometimes be confused with fighting but fighting is noisy and if there is no noise it is a good sign that they are just playing.

Cat excited about new interactive toy 1m18s

Cat excited about new interactive toy

There is nothing cuter than seeing a full grown cat excited about the new toy and carelessly playing like a little kitten. Check out Luigi The Ragdoll cat and his first ever reaction to the motorized Interactive Cat Toy. So cute! Cats are very curious animals with strong hunting instincts, and their toys are specially designed to provoke those senses. Luigi, almost a two years old Ragdoll cat, has lots of experience in playing with his humans. Whether it is hunting the teaser wand toy or chasing the ball, Luigi is always in the mood to present his skills. But, this was his first ever experience with the motorized interactive cat toy, and we were very interested to see his reaction. This toy has a little motor inside, and batteries power the rotating feather on the top. Thanks to its specific shape and a low center of mass (batteries are placed at the bottom green part of the toy) it always stays in upright position and can not be overturned. I put the toy on the floor, turned it on and started filming Luigi's reaction. He was intrigued, so he immediately came closer to investigate it. It must have been strange for him to see a moving feather and knowing that I'm not doing it. It was so cute to see how he lay down and started to play with it, trying to catch the feather. He even rolled over and watched it spinning in the cutes pose possible. Cats are so curious, and their owners love watching their reactions to new toys. If you have a cat, maybe you can relate to this. That curiosity usually subsides very fast, but we enjoyed watching Luigi play almost as much as he enjoyed playing with it. Ragdoll cats are one of the largest breed of cats also known as puppy cats. They have deep sapphire eyes and a long silky bunny-soft fur that is soft to the touch. They are a remarkable friendly breed that loves to play with their owners. Due to their size, they are not the best climbers, but they will chase anything that moves, as this video will show you.

Cat mesmerized by seeing birds outside 57s

Cat mesmerized by seeing birds outside

Jeremy, the Ragdoll cat, is obsessed with birds. Check out his adorable reaction when he suddenly saw them flying by his window. Cats usually love watching birds, but some of them are crazy or, to be more politically correct, very passionate about them. Jeremy, two and a half years old Ragdoll cat, is one of those incredibly obsessed bird-lovers and believe us, we are not exaggerating! If it is up to him, Maslow's hierarchy of needs would have whole another level - Birdwatching, and it would be right down there with basic - Physiological needs. We are serious; if he had to choose between birdwatching and sleeping or eating, he would choose birds. We saw it many times. It takes just a glimpse of chirping sound to wake him from the deepest sleep and make him run to the window and investigate the source of that sound. He loves watching birds in every possible way, on TV, computer, smartphone but his favorite way is the old-fashioned, window watching. His reactions when he first hears or sees them is always so precious! This video is all about one of those moments when he first realized that birds are flying by his window and his instant transformation from relaxed, sleepy cat to a fearsome, and the cutest, little predator. It was a cloudy day, and for some reason, birds were very active outside. I anticipated what could happen, so I took my camera and started filming Jeremy. He was grooming himself and getting ready for an afternoon nap when he suddenly saw some shadow passing by outside. As a real hunter, he immediately turned around and positioned himself for the possible jump on his pray. His beautiful blue eyes were wide open, and he stared at the sky, completely fixated on those feathered creatures. Even after I stopped recording, he still stood right there, steady as a rock and with alerted state of mind, for at least 20 minutes more. So cute!

Fish attacks action camera 30s

Fish attacks action camera

Just as we are interested in watching fishes, it looks like some of them are equally intrigued by our presence. Check out this fish as it suddenly attacks the camera. It was just another day of snorkeling in paradise with some surprise at the end. After getting married on beautiful Seychelles, we stayed a few more days to relax, enjoy and explore the islands. Seychelles is an archipelago and sovereign state in the Indian Ocean with, thanks to their location near the equator, warm temperatures throughout the year. First, we were on Mahe, and then we transferred to another island, in terms of size, the fourth largest granitic island of Seychelles, La Digue. It is the much smaller island with predominantly untouched nature and with some of the most beautiful beaches we have ever seen. We spend most of our days enjoying the sun, tropical weather, and warm turquoise water. Snorkeling is one of the most interesting activity, and we especially enjoyed doing it on one of the most photographed beaches of the world - Anse Source d'Argent. The perfect combination of white sands and impressive granite rocks are making this site particularly unique. This video was taken on one of those snorkeling adventures. We were floating on the surface and watching the fishes in their natural habitat. Fishes are apparently very relaxed, and they keep doing their own business without even noticing we are there. That is all except one! That one fish was watching us, and it must have been very intrigued by our underwater action camera. She suddenly launched into it and then equally fast drow back. It was very unusual and definitely unexpected because the other fishes haven't even noticed us. Maybe she was drawn with the reflection of light from camera's lens, or she just wanted to tell us to keep our distance. I don't really know, but it was the first time, and so far the only time, that something like that ever happened to me.

Cat hilariously drifting and sliding while chasing the toy 45s

Cat hilariously drifting and sliding while chasing the toy

Luigi, the Ragdoll cat, is very playful and although he is almost two years old, he still hunts so vigorously just like he is still a kitten. Check out how funny and cute it is when big cat slides on the wooden floor trying to catch the toy. Cats are amazing hunters. They have perfect senses and strong predatory instinct. Best way to get their attention and wake up their inner hunter is to slowly move some object away from them. They will instantly think it is a prey wanting to escape. Especially if you pull it away from their sight, behind some obstacle. This is exactly what you can see in this video. Luigi thinks that some feathers are trying to escape behind the corner so he launches himself to catch it, over and over again. He just can't help it, his hunting instincts are to simply too strong. Funny thing is that by doing that on the polished wooden floor, he slides and drifts through the corner, just like a car with a rear wheel drive would do on the ice or wet surface. It is so entertaining to watch him slide like that and we could do it all day long. Of course, eventually, he gets tired and walks away from this playground but we are sure he will be chasing it again tomorrow, it is in his nature. Luigi is almost a two-year-old Ragdoll cat but he is still playful just like a kitten. Ragdoll cats are one of the largest breed of cats also known as puppy cats. They have deep sapphire eyes and a long silky bunny-soft fur that is soft to the touch. They are a remarkable friendly breed that loves to play with their owners. Due to their size, they are not the best climbers, but they will chase anything that moves, as this video will show you.

Cat food challenge goes hilariously wrong 49s

Cat food challenge goes hilariously wrong

Luigi, the Ragdoll cat, was challenged not to eat food from owner's hand and he has hilariously failed over and over again. So cute! All kinds of food challenges have been popular these days. Most of them include animals, and their goal is to demonstrate remarkable obedience and self-control. Many of them succeed, but lot's of them don't. Anyhow, the result is always exciting - either impressive or hilarious! Watching some of those online videos, this owner came to the idea to challenge his cat not to take food from his hand. It was somewhat a sure bet because cats are known to be hesitant when it comes to eating from humans hand, but the result surprised us all. Not only that cat took food from owner's hand, but he hilariously kept taking it over and over again. There is nothing cuter than seeing an adorable cat act as a well-trained dog. Cats are much more independent than dogs, and many of them will never take food from humans hand. However, Luigi has a fantastic bond with his family and trust them so much that he didn't hesitate to take the treats that were offered. It is incredible to watch just how gentle he is and careful not to bite the owner's hand in the process. Luigi is almost two years old Ragdoll cat. Ragdoll cats are one of the largest breed of cats also known as puppy cats because they act just like little puppies, following their owners everywhere they go. They have deep sapphire eyes and a long silky bunny-soft fur that is soft to the touch. They are a remarkable friendly breed that loves to play with their owners and as you can see don't mind to eat from owners hand. They are incredibly gentle in their interaction with humans, and it is best shown in this video.

Amazing Festival of Lights, Zagreb 2018 2m01s

Amazing Festival of Lights, Zagreb 2018

Festival of lights are very popular in some European cities. Check out part of the atmosphere from second annual Festival of Light, held in the city of Zagreb, 2018. Numerous illuminations and light art installations transformed Zagreb into a world full of light art. Our city, Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, this year hosted the second Festival of Lights (from March 15th until March 18th). Festival of Lights Zagreb is the first festival of its kind in our city and attractive audio-visual installations. The theme of the festival is the spring that symbolizes the awakening, growth, and renaissance. It was a warm and pleasant evening, and the walk through the city center was delightful. Video installations are separated enough not to interfere with each other but still close enough to see them all on foot. These kind festivals are already established in cities like Lyon, Amsterdam, Helsinki, Prague, St. Petersburg and Berlin, making them great tourist attractions. Ever since the first Festival of lights, held in Berlin in 2005, we are amazed by these kinds of manifestations. It is a beautiful opportunity for creators to make their art by using modern technology. Artists are presenting many glowing light projections, 3D video mappings, and light installations by projecting them on city landmarks, monuments, buildings, and streets. Giving the magical transformation to the usual and commonly known places. It is still unknown just how much people visited Zagreb for this occasion but, to get some sense of the popularity of this kind of festivals, Festival of lights in Berlin has more than two million visitors each year. Hope you guys will enjoy it, we sure did! We were very excited to see it all for the first time, and everywhere we looked there were equally amazed people. Everything was very well organized, and last but not least, the entrance was free of charge.

Cat hilariously kneads the air and his leg 30s

Cat hilariously kneads the air and his leg

Kneading is an activity common to all domestic cats but Jeremy the Ragdoll has taken it to another level. Usually, cats knead blanket, the owner or even some plush toy but Jeremy kneads the air and his leg, without even realizing what he is doing. Adorable and so cute! Kneading is an activity where cats alternately push out and pull in their front paws, often alternating between right and left limbs. Kneading is often a precursor to sleeping, and we can see Jeremy doing precisely that. He is kneading his way to sleep. He is so sleepy and in need of some kneading that he just didn't want to get up to find something commonly accepted for kneading. In the situations like this, Jeremy doesn't hesitate to knead his leg or even the air itself. Kneading may have an origin going back to cats' wild ancestors who had to tread down grass or foliage to make a temporary nest in which to rest. Alternatively, the behavior may be a remnant of a newborn's kneading of the mother's teat to stimulate milk secretion. Some experts consider kneading to "stimulate" the cat and make it feel right, in the same manner as a human stretching. The cat exerts firm downwards pressure with its paw, opening its toes to expose its claws, then closes its claws as it lifts its leg. The process takes place with alternate paws at intervals of one to two seconds. They may do this while sitting on their owner's lap, which may prove painful if the cat is large or strong or has sharp claws (as the claws tend to dig into one's lap). Although cats mainly knead as kittens, sometimes the behavior continues into adult life, and as you can see, Jeremy is a full grown cat that is not ashamed of this "kittens" behavior. That's right Jeremy; you should never forget your inner kitten!

Easter bunny brought the cutest gift ever 30s

Easter bunny brought the cutest gift ever

Check out what this family found when they looked into their Easter basket. Instead of eggs and other treats, Easter Bunny has brought them a beautiful Ragdoll cat, Jeremy. So cute! Just like all of us, Jeremy looks forward to Easter. He loves Easter traditions so much that this year he decided to become part of one. Being a two and a half years old Ragdoll cat, he has seen his family celebrating Easter before. He knows all about decorating Easter eggs although he doesn't fully understand the reasons behind hiding them just to be found again. He has heard all those stories about Easter bunny bringing eggs and other treats such as chocolate eggs or rabbits, and marshmallow chicks in his Easter basket. Basket, has anyone said basket? That was the part that Jeremy thought he could use to his advantage. He loves baskets and is no stranger to using them. Jeremy felt if he hides in one that he could take Easter bunny by surprise. He has wanted to meet Easter bunny ever since he first heard about him. They could have so much fun playing together and who knows, maybe Jeremy could even become Easter bunny's little helper. Anyhow, the plan was perfect! He has positioned himself comfortably in the basket, and the waiting could begin. The only problem was that he was too comfortable so he must have fallen to sleep at some point because he missed Easter bunny when he came with treats. On the other hand, you can only imagine how Easter bunny was surprised when he came and saw Jeremy sleeping in Easter basket. He must have decided that there is no need to leave chocolate and other sweets to this family because the Easter basket was already full of something so cute. And when Jeremy's family got up, they were all delighted to find the cutest thing ever in their Easter basket.

Sea turtle happily returns to the ocean 39s

Sea turtle happily returns to the ocean

Sea turtles are majestic animals, only seen on land when adult females come ashore to lay eggs. Check out this gigantic sea turtle returning to the ocean after laying eggs on the warm beach in the beautiful Maldives. Sea turtles are amazing creatures that have been living on Earth for more than 100 million years. They are very rare, and although they live in almost every ocean basin throughout the world, the vast majority of people have never seen these fabulous animals in their natural surroundings. To encounter sea turtle on the land is even rarer, making this moment extra unique and unforgettable for my wife and me. As our honeymoon destination, in May 2017, we chose to visit the beautiful Maldives. Although we had some idea of what to expect, from the photos and the videos we watched before our trip, the reality superseded all our wildest expectations! All those sceneries turned out to be equally or even more beautiful than their photos suggested. From the kindness of the professional staff to the whiteness of the sand and the warmth of the turquoise blue sea - especially for us, coming from cold Europe, everything was terrific and we had one pleasant surprise after another one. The most fantastic thing was the unspoiled nature and incredibly diverse and colorful animal world. Although we spend every summer on the beautiful Adriatic sea, I have never seen such a rich and abundant marine life. Honestly, most of the time, I felt like I'm swimming in a big aquarium. There is no wonder why the Maldives are among the best areas of the world for snorkeling and diving. It is pretty obvious that animals don't feel threatened by humans, and it's not a rare occasion that they will come closer to check you out and the other way around. Precisely this lack of fear is base for so many unique experiences, making the Maldives one of the most amazing places in the world. One of these unreal experiences was our encounter with a gigantic sea turtle. It was early morning, and we were just heading out for breakfast when we heard some voices behind our villa. We went to see what is going on and came across one of those fantastic surprises I mentioned earlier. There was this marvelous creature in front of us, measuring more than a meter long (40 inches), moving slowly towards the ocean. As we find out later, it probably was the female turtle who was returning to the sea, after laying eggs on the beach. Sea turtles spend their whole lives at sea, and the only exception is the adult females who come ashore to lay eggs several times per season every 2 to 5 years. We tried to suppress our curiosity and stayed at an appropriate distance so we wouldn't frighten her. But the turtle showed no fear like, just like we were not there, and she just continued her progress to the ocean. It felt like we were in some wildlife documentary series and not on our morning walk to breakfast. It got us thinking that this is how it must felt like before when humans lived in harmony with nature.

Cat Launches Surprise Attack on His Brother 34s

Cat Launches Surprise Attack on His Brother

Cats have perfect senses, and it is almost impossible to sneak up on them. That is if you are not another cat because they are also ideal stealth predators with fantastic hunting skills. Check out the cutest confrontation between those two cat's characteristics. Jeremy, two and a half years old Ragdoll cat, enjoys all the benefits of being on the top of the food chain and walks around the house like he owns the place. But, that is all going to change very fast! His younger brother, Luigi is plotting a plan to overthrow king Jeremy. It consists of many subtle moves like sleeping in his bed and eating from his bowl but, in some rare occasions like this one, those moves are much more direct. You can see here Luigi stalking Jeremy and launching a sneak attack on him when Jeremy least expected it. Of course, after the attack, Luigi denayed everything and acted all friendly like it was all an honest misunderstanding, but, we all know the truth and Jeremy better watch his back. All kidding aside, it is great fun to see a clash of cat's offensive and defensive skills! This time offensive stealth, speed, and acceleration overpowered cat's defensive sensor network of excellent vision and hearing. We are looking forward to the re-match and, knowing just how much playful these two are; we won't have to wait long. Ragdoll cats are one of the largest breed of cats also known as puppy cats. They have deep sapphire eyes and a long silky bunny-soft fur that is soft to the touch. They are a remarkable friendly breed that loves to play with their owners. Due to their size, they are not the best climbers, but they will chase anything that moves, as this video will show you.

Clumsy Bear With Poor Balancing Skills Falls Off A Swing Set50s

Clumsy Bear With Poor Balancing Skills Falls Off A Swing Set

There is nothing cuter than seeing a full-grown bear carelessly playing and acting like a little cub. Check out this cutie climbing on a swing, but losing her balance and falling from it. However, acting as if nothing had happened, the cool bear leaves the scene with grace! Cuteness overload! Viral footage taken from a bear enclosure has captured the hilarious moment when a chubby, adult bear got too carried away playing on the swing set, and was up for a big surprise when she failed to maintain balance and hilariously fell from the swing set. Was that an earthquake!? It looks like humans aren't the only ones who love swinging on swing sets ! This playful bear is having the time of her life at this fun playground! There's no better feeling than enjoying the sun, while relaxing on the swing on a nice, sunny day! Footage shows the nonchalant bulky bear climbing on a wooden swing, trying to maintain its balance by holding onto the two side tires at the end of the swing! It is adorable to witness how happy this bear gets when she frolics on the swing set and definitely has the time of her life! Moments later, she must have gotten too carried away, made the wrong move on the swing, miscalculated her weight, therefore her venture ended with a memorable fail! Watching this bear frolic like a little kid, while relaxingly playing on the swing set has reminded us how important it is to enjoy the simple things in life, like enjoying on swings and have a good time!

Cat wakes up owner every weekend morning 1m59s

Cat wakes up owner every weekend morning

Every weekend morning, Jeremy the Ragdoll awakes before his owners and meows until they get up. Of course, he is impossible to ignore and always gets what he wants. So precious and cute! Imagine yourself lying in bed on a weekend morning with nowhere to go. You have been waiting for this moment the entire week! It goes out without saying that you had turned off your alarm clock and after a long and exhausting work week, you can finally sleep a little bit longer. Or can you? If you ask Jeremy the Ragdoll cat, weekend morning is no different than any other morning in the week. Yes, just like any other day, he sees the break of daylight and starts to feel hungry. If anything he is unpleasantly surprised to see that he is the only one who is awake in the middle of the day (also known as 8 in the morning in human terms). To make sure that his family members wouldn't oversleep, he starts to meow loud enough so every household member can hear him. Don't worry, unlike regular alarm clock, this beautiful fluffy sound maker doesn't come with a snooze button, and he won't stop until someone gets up and give him some food. Some cuddling after it is also appreciated. Ah, pets, got to love them! We can live without them, but we chose not to do that! If you have a dog or a cat already that demands his early morning walk or a snack, you can probably relate to this cat owner and maybe even find some comfort in the fact that you are not the only one. If you don't have a pet -what are you waiting for, they are great. ;) Hopefully, you will start to appreciate your weekend's long morning sleep just a little bit more than you used to.

Extremely excited Cat plays energetically 48s

Extremely excited Cat plays energetically

Luigi, the Ragdoll cat, sleeps a lot and thanks to that, when he is awake, he is well rested to play extremely energetic. You can see him here vigorously playing with a simple paper ball. Hilarious and so cute! Just like exercise has numerous benefits for humans, our pets benefit from it as well. Exercise can help prevent excess weight gain, improves mood and boosts energy. It helps with a wide range of health problems, promotes better sleep, and not the least, can bring so much fun! We don't know if any of this reasons are making Luigi does it, but he spends a part of his every day to perform some vigorously training. Luckily for us, we can even benefit from watching him doing his exercise - because it is a great stress relief seeing him playing so intensively and chasing a little piece of paper like there is no tomorrow. If you have a cat, you probably can relate to this. Cats sometimes get so excited about the simplest things in their surroundings, and the best thing you can do for yourself and your cat is to play with your cats daily. All it takes is just a few short sessions every day. Interactive playing lets your kitty sharpen his/hers hunting skills – first they seek out the “prey,” then make the stealthy approach (usually combined with a butt wiggle), they pounce with conviction and lastly relish the victory. Maybe it is less known but, intense play session is a fantastic way to help your cat deal with changes in his/her life, to release negative energy or aggression and not to mention that it supports a shy cat gain confidence. Also, giving your furry friend a regular dose of exercise will do wonders for their health. Just like humans, our pets can get a bit chubby if all they do is eat and sleep. So maintaining a healthy weight will help them live longer and happier lives. And don’t forget that while you’re doing it, you’ll benefit as well. It helps with lowering the stress levels in humans, and it’s FUN!

Cat Loves Belly Rubs like he's a Dog 1m09s

Cat Loves Belly Rubs like he's a Dog

Luigi the Ragdoll Cat loves to cuddle with his owner and, unusual for cats, enjoys belly rubs like he is a dog! You can tell by his loud purrs just how much he likes it and how relaxed he is. Adorable and so precious! Unlike dogs, who really enjoy belly rubs, most of the cats don't like to be touched on the belly. It is cat's most sensitive and vulnerable part and most of them are extremely protective of it. Luckily, Luigi is not one of those cats. He fell asleep in the middle of cuddling with his owner and seems to enjoy belly rubs like he is a dog and not a cat. He is obviously so relaxed that he didn't stop purring even in his sleep. We honestly don't know what is more adorable: Those loud purrs or the fact that he is sleeping with his belly exposed and enjoy those belly rubs... Contrary to the belief that kitties are aloof loners, they actually get lonely when you’re not around and need both your love and attention. never forget that through snuggling and cuddling our pets bond with us. Experts tend to say that petting a cat is incredible stress-buster: holding our soft warm companion while feeling the murmur of a purr beneath our fingers brings an instant feeling of happiness and contentment. So reward your kitties with some extra attention and petting, scratch them behind their ears and their little chins and hear the purr thrum loud and strong while they close their eyes in bliss. Cats in general sleep a lot. It is, arguably, their most known characteristic. But, nevertheless, it comes as a surprise to realize just how much is that. According to some sources, cats usually sleep between 12 and 16 hours, with 13 and 14 being the average and some cats can sleep as much as 20 hours! When you sleep so much it is not unusual to be caught sleeping in all kind of position, but, by doing this, Luigi has surpassed all our expectations! No matter how hard your day was or how stressed you may feel, this adorable fluffy Ragdoll kitten is going to make your day.

Fluffy Cat in a Cutest Shadow Play Theatre 30s

Fluffy Cat in a Cutest Shadow Play Theatre

We are sure you all know how shadows are formed and that with a little bit of imagination you can have a fun with them. So let us present you Jeremy the Ragdoll cat. He’s a fluffy little boy who can't get enough of his fatherly teaser wand. But to make things little different, his owners decided to present his play through the art of shadow performance also known as shadow play. Shadow play is an ancient form of storytelling and entertainment where figures are held between a source of light and a screen. Here, you can see a real Cat playing in the cutes Shadow play technic. Jeremy the Ragdoll is the great hunter (and his shadow as well). So let us tell you a bit more about this oldest form of puppetry in the world. It is known as the precursor to modern movies and it takes a true mastery to make puppets come alive under a lamp light. The story of shadow play dramas have a long history and some say it’s over 2000 years old. According to one beautiful legend, it first originated during the Han Dynasty. The legend said that Emperor Wu became devastated, inconsolable and completely heartbroken after his favorite young concubine had died. He ignored all the affairs of the state and ordered his officers to find a way to bring his beloved back to life. Unable to fulfill their emperor’s demands, officers had the idea to recreate the shape of passed concubine using leather pieces and painted clothes. Using an oil lamp, they could make her shadow move, thus bringing her back to life. After seeing the shadow play, Emperor Wu and his heart began to recover. This love story is recorded in the book titled, “The History of the Han Dynasty.”

Adorable kitty falls asleep mid-stretch37s

Adorable kitty falls asleep mid-stretch

When you spend most of your days sleeping, it's not unusual to fall asleep in the strangest situations possible. Check Luigi the Ragdoll as he falls asleep in the middle of stretching. So cute!

Cat Has Hilarious Energy Burst After Eating Tuna53s

Cat Has Hilarious Energy Burst After Eating Tuna

Eating healthy is good for you. It is important for you to increase the intake of vitamins and proteins in your body. It is an also well known fact that cats love eating fish. Some of them may prefer trout, others may like eating salmon, but tuna is the most common choice, as it is low in saturated fat. It is also a good source of Vitamin B6 and Phosphorus, and a very good source of Protein, Niacin, Vitamin B12 and Selenium. The bad news is that this food is high in Sodium. Maybe that is the main reason for this cat’s behavior. Jeremy the Ragdoll cat loves eating tuna fish. But check out what happens when all those nutrients kick in! It is more effective than catnip! Maybe he has eaten more than he was supposed to, but one thing is for sure, it has given him tons of energy! All of a sudden, eating too much tuna starts to show its effects… The overdose of tuna makes Jeremy start tripping. He obviously sees a sea full of fish around him and starts chasing them. At least that is what we hope he thinks he is doing. For all we know, he might be imagining dragons! "One fish here. Oops, there is another one. I will catch you!" Jeremy can be seen jumping from one place to the other, wagging his tail in the process. For a moment there, it seems that the effects of the tuna overdose have worn off poor Jeremy. That means rolling around the carpet, scratching his back and licking his paws. Jeremy’s big blue eyes end up staring at his owner, calling him to stop filming him and instead come to play with him. Oh, wait, another fish...