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PetFusion Ambush Interactive Electronic Cat Toy

PetFusion Ambush Interactive Electronic Cat Toy

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    The only toy I've seen my cat stay engaged with

    By bengalhateseverythingelse on Dec 2, 2020

    My Bengal, Winston, is 2.5 years old. I've had him since he was a kitten and I have literally never seen him enjoy playing with a toy this much. We've tried the electronic ball that rolls around on its own (boring apparently). We've tried the brain games (too easy). We've tried catnip toys (only fun My Bengal, Winston, is 2.5 years old. I've had him since he was a kitten and I have literally never seen him enjoy playing with a toy this much. We've tried the electronic ball that rolls around on its own (boring apparently). We've tried the brain games (too easy). We've tried catnip toys (only fun for 30 seconds). We've tried laser pointers (he knows where the laser comes from, so boring). Prior to getting this PetFusion toy, I had resorted to a shoestring tied to a stick that I would scratch and get him to chase, or even just getting him to run across the room and do tricks for treats (food is his only motivator). Since receiving this toy, Winston has not looked away from it for nearly 30 minutes. When the 8 minute timer runs out, he scratches at and tries to press the button until I turn it back on for him. I may finally be able to work at my desk without being bitten because he got bored. … more

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    Patience, young cathopper

    By RescueKittyMomma on Sep 11, 2020

    I was on the fence ordering this thing for something automated to entertain my cats while we keep busy everyday because I haven’t had luck with automated toys in the past. It’s relatively expensive for an iffy toy, and sure enough, after I unboxed it, my cats stared and kept their distance. A couple I was on the fence ordering this thing for something automated to entertain my cats while we keep busy everyday because I haven’t had luck with automated toys in the past. It’s relatively expensive for an iffy toy, and sure enough, after I unboxed it, my cats stared and kept their distance. A couple seemed interested but would not approach it. What a letdown, right? But I decided to wait and try it a few times. It is very noisy. I decided to turn it on again while preparing their dinner. Because they were hungry I hoped prey drive would activate and make them more interested, and it worked! Two out four cats enjoy playing with it in the kitchen while they wait for their meals in the morning and night. If I’m one room over, and this thing is on, I can’t hear my kid talking to me. The light seems useless except to tell me it’s on. I guess it’s supposed to be pretty for humans, but I wonder if it hurts my cats’ eyes in an otherwise dark room. It doesn’t offer much in the way of exercise as they sit and bat at it, but it does offer mild mental stimulation in what can sometimes be considered a dull indoors environment. It does not come with freebie batteries, so have 2 AA’s ready. Rechargeables seem to work fine. … more

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