Ragdoll Cat Video: YoYo Cat

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You guys might have noticed that our Saturday posts are usually a YouTube video from our YouTube channel.  You can see them sooner if you subscribe to our channel here – and it’s free!

A week or so ago, I went over to my parents house to help my mom with something on her computer. My 2-year old nephew, Ryder, had been over there the day before, so as we were about to get on the computer, my mom goes, “Oh Jenny, I was showing Ryder how a yo-yo works yesterday, and Murphy was wanting to play with it!”  So I asked her to show me – my yo-yo skills are sub par.  My mom said they used to play with yo-yos all the time when they were kids – she is 67.  Here’s the video I captured of Murphy playing with the yo-yo and poor Caymus tried to come and smell it, but got bonked.  Not to worry – he was fine and wanted to smell the yo-yo when it wasn’t moving.  Oh, and as a side note – yes, the cat in the video is Murphy – I call him, “Beau” and always have.  He knows that “Beau” is his name, too.

Have you ever played with a yo-yo with your kitty?

Comments (5)

  1. Wonderful post and video, Jenny! We used to play with yo-yos all the time when I was a kid, too. (I’m 57.) Such fun except when the string would get all knotted up. How adorable is Murphy (Beau!) watching and trying to catch the yo-yo?! Gah! So cute!!! He’s so curious and playful. And in saunters Caymus who then gets bonked on the nose. Poor baby. Glad he’s okay. You could tell it didn’t hurt him at all…just surprised him mostly. Caymus & Murphy are always so lovely to watch via your videos. You have such a special relationship with them…it’s truly wonderful to see. I really enjoyed this video a lot! 🙂 <3

    Big hugs & lots of love!

    Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 😉 <3

    1. Oh man, Patti – when I am really making it with Floppycats, I want to hire you to write my video descriptions! I was outside with the cats when I got your comment in my email and was reading it and my smile became HUGE when you said, “And in saunters Caymus”. OMG, OMG – SUCH a perfect verb for Caymus!! Love it, Patti – thanks.

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