Blackhole Catch The Tail Cat Toy

January 9, 2020 - Comment

Catch the Tail Cat Toy operates with 3 AA alkaline battery. Batteries are included. Operation Instruction 1. Install the batteries & the tail stick (push-in the stick to set it in place). 2. Unfold the legs on the bottom. 3. Put the cloth cover on if your cat likes it (to hide the stick part).

Catch the Tail Cat Toy operates with 3 AA alkaline battery. Batteries are included. Operation Instruction 1. Install the batteries & the tail stick (push-in the stick to set it in place). 2. Unfold the legs on the bottom. 3. Put the cloth cover on if your cat likes it (to hide the stick part). 4. Push the power bottom to turn it on. This will also set the speed level(Slow, Fast, Random). 5. Press the power button several times to turn it off (Slow, Fast, Random, Off). 6. Put it away from the pet when not used. Cautions/Warnings For pets only. Keep out of reach of children. Pets should be supervised when playing with this toy. Remove this toy from pets if any parts get loose or detached. Please remove all packaging and dispose of properly. Please do not mix old and new batteries. Do not mix with alkaline, standard (carbo-zinc) and/or rechargeable (Nickel-Cadmium) batteries.

Product Features

  • Great exercise & play toy for your cat. Let your cat follow & catch the tail.
  • Choose from the 3-speed setting (Slow, Fast, Random) as your cat likes it!
  • Easy battery installation & replacement.2 AA batteries are included.
  • Hide the tail with special cover and let your cat go wild. You can also remove the cover if your cat likes it better that way!
  • Always supervise your cat when she/he is playing with any electronic toy/device.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Fun for my kittens Length:: 0:11 Mins I have 3 cats, 9 months old, 7 years old and 15 years old. All 3 were intrigued by this toy. The base is a small white disc with power button on top, 3 legs that fold out to steady and prevent slipping and variable speeds. There are 2 attachments that can be used. One resembles a pink rodent tail and the other is a feather on a string. The feather was a bust. It doesn’t swoosh enough even when the toy is on fast.However, the tail toy with the cover made them perk up. There is an oblong shaped pink cover with a hole in the middle. The disc around the hole twists into the base to secure it and then the tail swishes underneath. Think of your toes under a blanket and how fun that is for cats.Both cats can watch this thing for the duration of its use. Each 15 minute interval before auto shut off found my cats walking over it, poking paws underneath and pouncing in it. When it cut off, we turned it on again and they stayed…

Anonymous says:

My cat loves chasing the Catch The Tail toy. I like that it is fairly quite and has three settings, the last setting being on a 15 timer.The down side is that when you attach the wand you have to maneuver it until it slips down to the end, and then you have to really push it until it pops into place.Also, there was a feather attached to a thin twisted wire (like a wire used for stringing beads) for which a thin plastic zip tie had been used to form the end into a loop that was slipped over the longer wand (which had a couple of knobs on the end). The problem was the loop was wide enough that it was easily removed from the wand (by my cat who was batting it around the room). When I tried to remove the little piece of zip tie the feathers slide right off the the length of the wire (from the same twisted wire) that had been entered down the length of the feathers(through the base of the bundle of feathers). At first I tried to push the wire back into the feathers but it was much to loose to remain fixed in place…

Anonymous says:

My Cat Loves It

Customer Video Review Length:: 0:35 Mins My youngest cat is absolutely thrilled with this product. It took him a while to do more than simply stare at it, but even then he was completely enamored. He tends to get more interactive with the toy when it’s on the high or random settings.Snapping the mouse tail in place took some effort, and the pink cover is pretty easy for cats to remove. If those two things weren’t the case, I would have easily given this 5 stars.As it is, this toy is still worth the cost and the minimal hassle of keeping it all together. My cat usually gets bored with new toys within a few minutes, but he’ll play with/stare at this one for up to 30 minutes at a time.

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