Petstages Twinkle Ball Cat Toy

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Cats in the wild are largely nocturnal hunters, with a preference for dawn to dusk, when their natural prey species are more active. Their hearing is ultra sensitive and, as the sun sets, their sight and hearing become much more acute, allowing them to be effective hunters in the dark. Domestic cats retain these natural instincts and are often playful and active during the night. Petstages nighttime toys offer quiet, interesting play that appeal to the changes in their key senses after sundown, yet won't disturb your sleep!

Key Benefits

  • Quiet, fun way to keep your kitty entertained at night
  • Ball is silent, has a flashing light inside that is touch activated
  • Inspires your kitty's natural instinct to chase and bat
  • Fun for daytime play too
  • Remove clear tab to activate flashing light

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  • Item Number
    64707

Instructions

Remove clear tab to activate flashing light. Flashing light is touch activated.

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  • Cool idea, poor quality

    By on Top 1000 Contributor

    It's a red flashing light and in order for it to work you have to slam the ball down on the floor for it to flash for 5 seconds..of course your cat has missed the chance to see the flashing light because she ran away from you slamming the ball on the floor. Just a plain rubber ball, nothing exciting, no twinkling.

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  • A cute toy if your cat likes it

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    So you have to roll this ball across the floor, and then you will see the flashing red lights for maybe 10 seconds or so. It's a thick silicone type of ball, and the red lights are that of a laser toy. I rolled it in front of my cat, and she just freaked out. I think the toy scares her, maybe because it's the first toy that moves and lights up. But, she has chased after it a few times, and it encourages her to run around if she see's it coming her way! I do wish it stayed flashing for a while longer, because one it stops, she doesn't mind being around it. You can't simply touch it, and expect it to light up. I roll it across the hardwood floor surface, and only then does it light up. I think So you have to roll this ball across the floor, and then you will see the flashing red lights for maybe 10 seconds or so. It's a thick silicone type of ball, and the red lights are that of a laser toy. I rolled it in front of my cat, and she just freaked out. I think the toy scares her, maybe because it's the first toy that moves and lights up. But, she has chased after it a few times, and it encourages her to run around if she see's it coming her way! I do wish it stayed flashing for a while longer, because one it stops, she doesn't mind being around it. You can't simply touch it, and expect it to light up. I roll it across the hardwood floor surface, and only then does it light up. I think it's a cute idea, so why not test it out?! … more

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  • Great play toy for a cat

    By on

    The lite balls are great keeps my cats busy at night after I go to bed.

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  • Disappointing

    By on

    The only problem is the ball has to land just the right way for it to light up. So she loses interest quickly. But when it lights up she's very excited.

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  • Great Idea, poorly manufactured

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    After taking advice from others on this forum to make sure the ball was rolled to 'wake up' the kinetic device, I sent it on it's maiden voyage in front of my cat who pounced immediately,gave it a shake or two and bit into that marvelously gelly like outside - and popped out the little plug in the side of the outer ball. Now it doesn't flash so much and the cat ignores it.

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  • Quiet toy

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    My kitty loves it! Can't even tell when he's playing

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  • Ball with light not interesting to cat

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    I got this ball for my cat that loves balls and is wild about laser lights. She didn't show much interest in this ball. Takes a really strong wack from the cat to make the lights to go on so it hardly lit up and it doesn't make any noise she wasn't interested in it.

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  • Not good for most kittens

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    My kitten who is 4 months old, loves to play with her balls. But this one was to big for her. Also, she didn't get the idea of what it did. I tried several times to show her but she was just not interested. Maybe when she gets older she will really like it.

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  • Not getting played with!

    By on Top 500 Contributor

    I was hoping this would be a nice alternative to the flashing Bergan hard ball that he so likes to knock around. So far though, all attempts to get him interesting have fallen flat. I guess he likes the sound of the other ball loudly banging into the furniture & walls?! CATS! ... gotta luvem! :D I like it a lot! Perhaps I will hide the other toy & hope he might forget it & begin to play with this one :)

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  • cat LOVED this toy, but it broke within a week :(

    By on Top 1000 Contributor

    I will try to find another like this one as my cat loved it while it lasted. Very disappointed it only lasted a week. There is a dime sized plug like thing that is glued on and it fell off, I am lucky my cat didn't swallow it.

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