SmartyKat Hot Pursuit Cat Toy Concealed Motion Toy

January 9, 2020 - Comment

SmartyKat Hot Pursuit Cat Toy Concealed Motion Toy. Instructions Cats are creatures of habit with short attention spans—that’s why brief, scheduled play sessions with your feline are best. Just two or more 10 to 15-minute sessions of interactive play a day is paw-fect and can also help preserve the battery life in your cat’s favorite

SmartyKat Hot Pursuit Cat Toy Concealed Motion Toy.

Instructions

Cats are creatures of habit with short attention spans—that’s why brief, scheduled play sessions with your feline are best. Just two or more 10 to 15-minute sessions of interactive play a day is paw-fect and can also help preserve the battery life in your cat’s favorite toy. The expected battery life in this toy is 1 hour, so remember to turn it off when it’s not being used!

|Battery Type|Number of Batteries|Replaceable (Y/N)| |–|–|–| |AA batteries| 3 | Y |

Product Features

  • Electronic toy replicates the movements of hidden Prey with moving lights and erratically moving wand under durable fabric
  • Moving lights and erratic motion fascinates cats and encourages healthy activity through play
  • Two speeds let you customize the action
  • Plastic wand with ribbons and plush toy is more durable than most Feather wands
  • Replacement wands available
  • All Smarty Kat products are tested to child safety standards and come with our satisfaction
  • Toy is not designed to run continually and Should be turned off after cat is finished playing.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Depends on your cat whether they will love it or be bored I have two cats, a brother and sister. The boy could not care less about this toy, but the girl cannot get enough of it. She wants it on all the time. I was going through batteries so fast I ended up connecting a USB cable so I could plug it into a USB charger and leave it running. I zip-tied the toy to a cheap door mat from the dollar store and ran the cable though a hole underneath. The girl goes bonkers for this thing.

Anonymous says:

It’s much more cheaply made- the old version was a big hunk of plastic whereas the new one is like a skeleton of a base (my 2 year old … I had bought the original version of this a couple of years ago. This new version has quite a few changes that I wouldn’t call improvements.1. It’s much more cheaply made- the old version was a big hunk of plastic whereas the new one is like a skeleton of a base (my 2 year old cat knocks it over every time).2. The little dangly bit that is supposed to entice the kitties is now a big furball that doesn’t move very well underneath the cover. The old version had just a little feather bit that juuust peeked out from underneath the cover which really intrigued my cats.3. The toy stops every couple of seconds to flash lights in a circular pattern around the middle. During this period, my cats lose interest as they don’t care at all about the blinking lights.Overall I would not recommend this product as it seems much more cheaply made than the old version for an increased price. Unfortunately, I am no longer able to find the old version…

Anonymous says:

A great toy

Customer Video Review Length:: 0:30 Mins I posted a video of my 18 year old cat going to town on this thing. I was so surprised because she’s so arthritic. I actually bought it for my younger cat who used to love to play with that rat tail toy that spins under a mat. That is until she broke it. I thought this would last longer because it has less moving parts, but she wants nothing to do with it. That’s pretty normal for her, though. She’s a snobby jerk. I think the toy is really cute, and well made. I’m not sure how long the feather would stand up to a vicious attack, but I think a playful cat could get a good amount of fun out of it.

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