Huuuuuiiiii! What's coming there? It is Bengal cat Boomer who jumps into his ball pit with Karacho. He sometimes jumps over the back of a mastiff, dives into the ball pit and plays with a toy crocodile. At the beginning, the smart cat explores the balls a little carefully, but curiously. Later, he apparently feels like a fish in the water in the ball pit.
As the animal trainer emphasizes in the commentary to the video, it is not a matter of course that cats like to dive and play in ball pools. It takes a lot of experience, practice and training to teach them. On his YouTube channel "Catmantoo" Robert Dollwet has listed a series of tutorials in a playlist.
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As a Bengal cat, Boomer has wild cat blood in his veins and is therefore particularly playful and full of energy. Cat training is a wonderful opportunity for him to demonstrate his intelligence and let off steam. Boomer came home to Robert Dollwet as a kitten to keep cat Didga company, as can be seen in the video below.