|Material||Polyester||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic, Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Plastic, Polyester|
|Toy Type||Teasers & Wands||Teasers & Wands||Chasers, Teasers & Wands||Teasers & Wands||Teasers & Wands|
|Toy Feature||Catnip, Feather||Catnip||Feather||Catnip, Crinkle, Exercise, Feather||Exercise|
|Lifestage||Kitten, Adult||Adult||Kitten, Adult, Senior||Adult||Adult|
When our cat gets a hold of the Frisco bird, she starts biting into it and sometimes it's difficult to retrieve it. I found the solution is to have a 2nd bird on standby, when she captures one, the other one will swoop in and distract the cat and the 1st bird is now free! So far it's worked every time! I have seen her perform back flips attempting to capture this bird. Very entertaining!
Toys abound on the floor around the house, but Cali Girls is not one to play much. I see some mice in new locations each morning, but playing with me and toys is never popular. Until this Frisco Bird came along. I slowly 'dance' it up and down, letting the ribbons hit the floor and splay out. Then, after her attention is aroused, I swing the wand left and right as if the bird is going to attack Cali. Suddenly there is a swipe, and the bird is snagged and being bitten enthusiastically! Then, slowly, this activity is repeated and even escalated, with more snagging and attacking with all fours now. This can go on for about four minutes or so, then the game is over. She loses interest. However, I have seen her walk past the bird and suddenly attack it in passing. So, this bird is the first real cat toy hit in our household. It has held up well so far, and that's a plus.
My new rescue is currently isolated to my bedroom and en suite until my resident cat accepts him. This toy has been a heavenly gift. He jumps so high for it, and sneak attacks when on floor. He will lead you to it when you come in. It is also giving him the much needed exercise while confined. I bought 2 more!!
I purchased and added this toy plus the purple version to my auto ship order for our 7 rescued kitties since they all could not resist playing with them. Both of my daughters have pet/home sitting clients with kitties that their owners say never play with anything. So I gave them each several of the stash I 've collected of this toy to take with them on their job to see if the cats who never play would play with them. They have yet to find a kitty that won't play with it. We will keep buying these and gifting them to their clients with kitties and will definitely recommend this toy to others.
My kitten loves this and it is one of her favorite toys. It keeps her entertained until my arms give up. She often takes it from me and carries/drags it around by herself. I even got a backup for when the first one is laid to rest. An extra perk, the colors look great against her grey fur. The feathers have started to come out, but my kitten is rough with it. I feel like they have held up well. I think the strings are what she is most interested in.
The wand on this toy is too short for our cat, he has a large frame and reach and is 20 lbs. When he goes for these teaser toys he is violent and best to stay out of reach. He was not really attracted by the bird either.
my kitty kids love this so much! my huntress daughter loves trying to tear it apart (feathers haven’t come off yet thankfully) and my son plays but he is a little scared of it, but that’s typical for him LOL but i do recommend for good playtime, it gets both my babies active!
I recently purchased this cat for my one-year-old cat Bailey. When I opened the package on Sunday morning, she went straight for the feather bird teaser's jugular with her paws and her jaws. She's obsessed with this wand, and wants more playtime with this. Already, she knocked the wand from my hand a couple of times, and three purple feathers had fallen from the bird in two days. She also loves to go for the ribbon tail too. This is her most favorite wand so far. She's so cute with it. Thanks Chewy! I highly recommend it to other cat owners.
I got this for the kitten I found abandoned. It was her very first toy and she was instantly enamored with it. She would carry it around, bring it to me, fetch it. Then as she got older, she started beating it up. Ripped the wings off, gnawed on it. While she still has her featherless original baby toy, I’ve now gotten her four more over the past 1.5 years. Out of all her toys, these are her go to favorites.
My kittens absolutely adore this thing. Whether I am bopping it around for them or if I just leave it on the floor, they go crazy for it. I'm also super surprised at how durable it is. Many toys with feathers seem to lose them after only a bit of play, but this one has held up remarkably well.