When I was growing up, we only had Rags, so I wasn’t aware of how cats played together until my parents got Caymus and Murphy. It was hysterical to watch them play and sometimes I wondered if they were fighting because I hadn’t seen dogs play like that – of course, I was raised with German Shepherds and not small dogs, so I don’t know if small dogs end up rolling around with one another like cats do or not.
Charlie and Trigg play often and when they were at my parents’ house for 2 weeks last year when I had found a stray and needed to find him a home, my dad would report how funny Trigg and Charlie were when they played. Charlie is very vocal and Trigg is always giving Charlie the arched side view to appear very large, although he weighs 3 lbs. lighter than Charlie. Curious to know if this is common Ragdoll cat behavior.
Check out these Radgoll cat videos below that I snapped – the first video was taken on January 20, 2011 and the second one on March 14, 2011 – please note that in the second one – I have a lot of containers in my basement – doing a little selling on eBay right now and trying to stay organized.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rmlngH_YURM