They’re active, playful cats who require a lot of mental and physical stimulus to be content. They can be frightened when meeting new individuals, especially if they aren’t used to them. When they discover you aren’t trying to hurt them, they become quite friendly, even needy at times.
Raas cats require training because they are a relatively new cat breed in the domestication world. While most Raas cats have been successfully domesticated, they are still wary of new humans and may respond with dread if not properly socialized and tamed.