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Pet Fit For Life 2 Feather Wand Cat Toy, Red & Purple

Pet Fit For Life 2 Feather Wand Cat Toy, Red & Purple

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    Fantastic Fun for the Feline

    By DoberKat on Aug 8, 2020

    I have had many cats and many wand toys over the decades. This is by far the best, sturdiest and most "provocative" one ever. It is built like a real fishing pole with a sturdy attachment to the wand and a system for easily attaching and replacing feathers and other toys at the end. I also recommend I have had many cats and many wand toys over the decades. This is by far the best, sturdiest and most "provocative" one ever. It is built like a real fishing pole with a sturdy attachment to the wand and a system for easily attaching and replacing feathers and other toys at the end. I also recommend the accessory collections that are available to go with this wand. All are well made, easy to attach and designed to drive a cat wild. … more

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    Feral Kitties don’t play with “toys!”

    By Buddy on Jun 10, 2020

    My Mr. MeowMeow does not seem to be interested in anything that’s not moving under its own power! When I first introduced him to the Feather end of this “mini fishing pole” he was afraid of it! Then I stuck the handle end into the cushion of a chair and just left it dangling there for a week! I caught My Mr. MeowMeow does not seem to be interested in anything that’s not moving under its own power! When I first introduced him to the Feather end of this “mini fishing pole” he was afraid of it! Then I stuck the handle end into the cushion of a chair and just left it dangling there for a week! I caught him rubbing his cheeks against the pole but still no interest in the “bird feathers.” He had never been very interested in “toy’s” we’ve teased him with. Even the later light mouse was of no interest after the first few times! I think he has so many “play mates” outside he doesn’t need any other “playmates.” I guess I will stop wasting my money,! … more

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