Ethical Pet Spot Rockin' Laser Cat Toy, Color VariesBy Ethical Pet
About This Item
- Rockin’ laser bird bounces laser light off surfaces for a kitty paw-ty that won’t quit.
- Weighted base keeps the laser moving and lets your cat control some of the motion.
- Motion activated on/off switch lets cats turn it on by batting and turns the toy off after inactivity.
- Manual on/off switch lets you turn the toy on and off to save batteries and dictate when playtime should be.
- Comes with two replaceable AA batteries.
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62 Customer Reviews
Cute but wish light stayed on!!!
I got this for our cat who loves laser pointers. She didn't quite understand how it worked and I would have to tap it for her for her to see the light. I wish it would stay on because then she would continue to play with it when I wasn't there.I have had better success getting a laser pointer that has an on and off switch.
Exactly as expected!
This toy was exactly what I was hoping for! We took in a feral kitty in December and she's still very skittish and always hides during the day. I'm concerned that she's no longer getting enough exercise due to being indoors,so was searching for a toy that would put her in motion and that she can play by herself. This is it!! She plays with it every night!
bad laser toy
I like the look of this toy. But it includes the typical laser warning about not letting the laser shine into an eye. Yet it is designed so that the height of the laser varies widely as the bird bobbles around, meaning that having the laser shine into a cat's eye is unavoidable. I am confused by a function that increases the likelihood of the laser shining into an eye juxtaposed with a warning not to let that happen. I will never turn this on (may remove the batteries) and I'll hope a cat just enjoys batting it around on the floor. (There is a different laser toy that appears designed to keep the laser shing very low (lower than an eye is likely to be), which would seem safer. It is loud, though.)
Received multiple broken toys!
I've been buying these toys for at least 7 years, I have pics of my cat hugging a blue bird and the other cats chasing the light as it moved. I ordered these, same brand, same toy. It was time to replace the old ones because the batteries aren't the easiest to replace and I lost one of the little screws so used duct tape which was fine for a while. But of the 2 I just ordered, the blue works great, the pink one-the whole head completely lights up red and no laser light shoots out. Chewy was great and immediately sent out replacements, but the same thing is happening to the green one that I opened although not as badly. It's head lights up a little but it does shoot out a laser light. I'm afraid to open the other green one that was sent as replacement. What is most disappointing to me besides the percentage of defective toys I bought/received, is the base of my older birds seems heavier so the toys could rock but not fall over as easily. For those of you old enough - think weebles! Weebles wobble but don't fall down. The same brand, same toy that I bought years ago seem to be more stable, maybe the base changed a little? The new ones (well, the one that actually works properly) seem to fall over to the side much easier and I find myself picking them up instead of the cats being able to bat them around to activate the laser. At least I can hold it and use it as a handheld laser for the cats to chase but that defeats the purpose that I bought these for. My black cat especially loved these toys and so far, he's not as interested in the new ones because once they fall over the fun is pretty much done. Has something changed? Is anyone else having similar issues? My cats and I really loved these toys but I'm really disappointed in these last batches that I received, especially due to the number of defective toys. I tend to be a fixer so I'll try a few things to get the one toy that works properly to not fall over, but I think the quality needs to be addressed because 7 years ago these were great! I gave 3 stars for the one that does work and since even if it falls over, I can use as a handheld laser. And I'm hopeful my cats will learn to play with these. I actually still have a few of my old birds, maybe I'll take off the bottoms and see if something has changed. Of course, this is all my experience and my opinions, and I hope you all have better experiences with these because when they work, they're a great little toy that my cats enjoyed for years!
Kittens love lasers
What cat doesn't like chasing after a light? This is not interactive as described though. You have to hold it and move the light then it's great.
Cut little bird
Wish it was a little bit more squat so when it wobbles it doesn’t stay on it’s side. Other than that if you give it a good spin it’s pretty cool
Perfect toy for us!
My very active kitty quickly learned how to direct the laser himself. This toy is great!
Laser light only moves a few inches in front of toy and shuts off way too fast. Does not wobble enough.
Cool Cat Toy
If your cat is a laser cat, this is great because they can do it all by themselves. When I used just a laser pen, my cat went nuts every time I picked up a pen. My first one was a bit heavier and did not fall onto its side like this new one does, so that should be corrected (all to save a penny in plastic), but otherwise it still works. My cat likes to attack the bird itself so its all good. My first one lasted for 3 years before it got a little unresponsive and unpredictable when it would just come on for no reason. Still works, but the cat now prefers the new one. With that said, my other cat just ignores it, and he is the more active cat in general.
Cute laser birdie
Just what my fur babies needed. One for home, one for them to play with in the camper.