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Your morning adorable: Ragdoll kitten plays Duck Hunt video game (sort of)

November 1, 2010 | 12:05 pm

Claire, a 3-month-old ragdoll kitten, has no patience for ducks.

So she decides to take matters into her own paws when she decides that her owner, YouTube user errrick, needs help attacking (fake) ducks during a game of Duck Hunt.

"Ragdoll cats tend to be more interested in humans than some breeds of cats," according to the Cat Fanciers' Assn. "They are known to run to greet you at the door, follow you from room to room, flop on you, sleep with you, and generally choose to be where you are. Many ragdolls have been taught to come when called and play fetch. They are gentle cats, and usually play without extending their claws." (Errrick must have especially appreciated that last part, since Clare's claws, if fully extended, could have done some major damage to his screen.)

Under normal circumstances, we would never use the words "adorable" and "hunt" in the same headline, but we felt this very cute video called for us to make an exception.

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-- Lindsay Barnett

Video credit: errrick via YouTube

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