BlackHole Litter Mat Interactive Swimming Robot Fish Toy for Cat with LED Light (4 pcs), Electronic Cat Toy to Stimulate Your Cat’s Hunter Instincts

January 8, 2020 - Comment

Does your cat/dog hate water? Not drinking enough water and hate bath time? Robot Fish can be a great toy to introduce water activities to your cat/dog and encourages him/her t to feel more comfortable around the water. It is made with durable material, safe for pets, and very easy to use. With a convenient

Does your cat/dog hate water? Not drinking enough water and hate bath time? Robot Fish can be a great toy to introduce water activities to your cat/dog and encourages him/her t to feel more comfortable around the water. It is made with durable material, safe for pets, and very easy to use. With a convenient auto turn on/off feature, it is a perfect gift for your cat/dog and any other cat/dog owners. *This is not a toy for children. *This is a toy for cats and dogs only. *Batteries are included. It will last approximately 30 minutes (to maximize battery life, avoid using it continuously). * Automatically turns on/off in response to water with a sensor. * In case the toy does not stop automatically when you remove it from the water, please use the included tool to remove the battery. * Make sure the toy is completely dry when replacing the battery. *Colors vary. Components: 4 fish, 8 batteries (LR44), 1 battery replacement tool

Product Features

  • COLORFUL 4 PIECE SET- This set of cat toys comes with 4 uniquely colored swimming robot fish toys that your cat is sure to enjoy playing with and catching. The included colors may vary. 8 extra LR44 batteries and 1 installation tool also included.
  • STIMULATE YOUR CAT’S INSTINCTS – These interactive cat robot fish toys are a great way to help get your cat excited for playtime by stimulating their natural hunter instincts. They’re also a perfect way to help introduce them new water activities.
  • AUTOMATIC SWIMMING FEATURE – We’ve designed our fish toys for cats with automated robotic fins that automatically begin moving around as soon as they’re placed into the water. Then when you take them out, they automatically turn off to save power.
  • BUILT-IN FLASHING LEDS – Each of our swimming robot fish toys have built-in LED’s that flash when turned on, as well as moving fins for swimming. Perfect for getting your cat’s attention and encouraging them to play with the toy and around water.
  • SATISFACTION GUARANTEED – If for any reason you’re not 100% satisfied with your swimming fish cat toys, simply contact our support experts for a new replacement or full refund. Before contacting, please ensure batteries are properly installed.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Cats are jerks Well, my cats weren’t at all interested in them, but I’ve been having loads of fun! I finally have a fish that I cannot kill! They go great with my plastic plants.

Anonymous says:

Very thoughtfully designed These are the cutest stinkin toys, I can’t stop admiring them myself! The packaging is clean and beautiful, complete with extra batteries and a small screw driver. The fish floats just below the surface of the water with the rubber tail sticking out just enough for the kitties to actually fish it out- which they love! The tail changes speed/tempo every few seconds, allowing it to naturally swim in different directions and make ripples- truly mimicking a real fish. That gives it a realistic touch that I think keeps the cats interested, because if it just flapped around in a circle, it would be annoying. The lasers blink, and are cute too. Definitely a successful play-time. My cats are now so interested in the sink and tub haha, even when empty. The only thing I can’t judge yet is battery life. We’ve played with them for a little over an hour total now, so, so far so good!

Anonymous says:

Bigger than I expected!

Customer Video Review Length:: 0:25 Mins For some reason I was picturing something smaller than this, but I am pleasantly surprised. I included bananas for scale just in case anyone else has the same problems with imagination that I did.So far, so good. I clearly need a bigger container. I bought a 6inch rose bowl just because I didn’t want to invest too much cash if my cats hated it or these fish were junk.There’s a small hidden sensor on both sides that turns them off and on. Sometimes picking the fish up is enough to trigger the sensor and make it turn on temporarily and I spent like 15 mins shaking the fish trying to figure out how to turn them on permanently. I even thought maybe I had to add another battery myself. Nope! Not sure how the sensor works but it seems to do okay in water.Only other complaint is that they float a bit too much and could use some internal weight to pull them down into the water more.

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