|Material||Plastic, Rubber||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Plastic, Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Faux Fur||—|
|Toy Type||Mice Toys, Robot & Remote Control Toys||Mice Toys||Mice Toys||Mice Toys||Mice Toys|
|Toy Feature||Electronic||Catnip||Catnip, Exercise||Exercise||Catnip|
|Breed Size||—||—||—||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
My kitten is a former feral, and I wanted to give him a toy that helps stimulate him using his natural hunting instincts. Many other self-pilot toys actually scare him a decent bit. This toy is the only exception, as it’s relatively quiet, is not constantly moving at high speeds, and takes ‘breaks’ realistically. The other upside of the breaks is that it allows him to feel as if he has successfully caught prey— he’s brought the still toy to me multiple times as an offering. as long as you keep it away from furniture it can easily get lost under, this could be a hit for any frisky cats!
Nessa thinks it's a real mouse (She caught one in our 2nd floor apt. once) We call it her Baby and when I ask her "Where's your baby?" She runs over to it and starts playing! It won't run on carpet. So we play in the kitchen or on the bathroom floor, where to tile is. Santa is bringing her another!!!