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Panic Mouse 360


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  • Panic Mouse has a patented computer board; changes directions in unpredictable jerking motions
  • Unlike any cat toy in the pet industry
  • It is these quick jerking movements that keep cats interested for hours
  • Variable speed settings adjust to your cat's agility
  • Caution: The wand is designed to break away under tension. Do not alter / modify the Panic Mouse 360 toy in any way to prevent hurting your pet

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0009YYPC6
  • Item model number: 301
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,439 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

The Panic Mouse 360 is an electronic and robotic interactive cat toy that creates random "mouse-like movements," changing directions in unpredictable jerking motions. Your cat will stay entertained all season long. The Panic Mouse 360 is sure to amuze both cats and owners alike.The Panic Mouse 360 has a digital timer that can be set to turn the unit off from 15 minutes - 2 hours. Caution: The wand is designed to break away under tension. Do not alter / modify the Panic Mouse 360 toy in any way to prevent hurting the animal.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

My cats absolutely love this toy.
Stay safe
The wire and wand would have broken apart when she struggled with it, if I hadn't taped the wand to the base, and then she wouldn't have had this problem.
jd
I will admit that my cat does not play with it for long periods of time but it does entertain her.
Synyster

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Professor on January 7, 2008
This thing gives my 7 month old kitten a lot of fun for 5 seconds. After five seconds, he's caught it in his mouth, bent the rod, and halted the motor. After 10 seconds, he's removed the mouse/feathers and rod from the base and I'm chasing him down to retrieve it before he tears it up. It might work for my kitten with the following improvements: the rod is made of titanium, a 5 HP geared motor, the feathers or mouse is made of Teflon, and it should be beta-tested by cheetahs in the Serengeti. Perhaps for an older less excitable cat it would be o.k.? I give it 2 stars because it's a great idea and makes the cat very excited.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Schmuck w. Underwood on December 18, 2006
Okay, some lunatic reviewer has trashed *every single version* of this product sold by *every single seller.* I don't know about her situation, but I wanted to say that my cat LOVES this toy. She is SEVENTEEN and still runs around like crazy, playing with this toy. The vet says she is as healthy as a nine-year-old cat, and he thinks her regular exercise is a major factor.

As far as durability goes.... Samantha managed to break the Discovery Pets Hyper Mouse (a different company's version of this toy) by burning out the motor within a year, and she broke the original Hyper Mouse by breaking the metal pivot off the wand within 6 months. And now I'm back to buy a Panic Mouse 360. Why? Because my cat loves this SO MUCH, it's still a bargain to me even if I have to buy a new one every year. That averages out to about two bucks a month, for my cat to get daily fun and exercise.

My tip: buy the 360 degree one, not the original. It's much more fun for the cat if she can run all the way around the toy.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Fryfat VINE VOICE on July 18, 2007
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You think you're pretty cool Panic Mouse? You're no match for my kitty!

BROKEN in 6 minutes after opening. Take that!

The yellow plastic wand broke at the base. I knew she'd break it, but in 6 minutes? The wand is crap.

I originally rated this item 1 for the wand breaking, but now that I've used it for awhile I change my mind. I re-attached the wand using binder clips, and even attached some random cat wands from Petsmart. The cat loves it.

The auto-off timer is great, I can put the toy in the other room and set it for 30 minutes, then I can watch TV in PEACE. Good product, would buy it again, just be prepared to fix it up yourself with rubber bands and binder clips!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Walt VINE VOICE on August 19, 2008
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My cat killed it in two days! It was a Christmas present, so it was just like having little kids around again.
All three of my cats loved it. UNTIL Mad Max got so excited that he grabbed it and ran through the house with the whole toy in his mouth, banging on the floor and walls. I opened it up to see if I could fix it; he had broken several wire connections that were too short for me to re-solder.
It's a great toy for sedate cats. Not for psycho-kitty ex-ferals, though. I suppose it would cost a fortune if it were cat-proof: titanium body and wand, with plug-in connections, instead of soldering.
Visit Max's webpage at [...] .
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A. Patton on December 4, 2008
I have owned one of these for my two cats for about 3 years, and now i came back to Amazon to buy one as a gift for a sister with new cats. I read some reviews about the thing breaking, and i wouldn't doubt it, but mine has held up to constant daily use for 3 years with no problems. A few tips,
1- use rechargeable batteries, this thing will go through them fast if you buy regular ones.
2- I took the ball(mouse) thing off and attached a foot long piece of elastic string instead. The cats used to just grab the mouse and hold on to it and never let go, then get bored. Now the string drags the ground (a personal favorite for my cats)where they can grab it for a few seconds, but being elastic it eventually stretches and slips out from under their paws, causing them to chase it for long periods of time. Even when they get tired they will just lay there on their backs swatting up at it. My cats beg me to turn it on several time a day. Best 25-30 dollars i ever spent for my cats.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By E. Gray on March 3, 2009
My cat really likes this toy. The timer feature is great. I can turn it on and walk away without the batteries dying. Would be better if it where more sturdy and more durable, but it's good for what it is.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ebby J on January 3, 2011
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I have had at least 4 of these over a period of 6 or 7 years Yes, some cats can hold onto the wand long enough to break the motor. They can also be broken by guests stepping on them. However, you should not leave a cat unattended with this and a lot of cat toys ( and evidently guests need to be watched as well). I keep buying them when they break because 4 of my 5 cats love the Panic Mouse so much I cannot bear for them to be without. Two of my cats will sit and stare at it looking pitiful until I turn it on. One of my cats has learned to turn it on if she can't get my attention to do it and that is worth every penny I have spent!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By L. Herrick on February 14, 2009
I have 2 cats, both are 1 year old. They are both indoor cats and one of them was sleeping all day, so I got this toy to see if he would be more active. Whenever I turn it on he comes running and doesn't sleep nearly as much!

The other cat was afraid of it because of how fast it was flying around, so after the first cat was done with it, I turned the speed down and she wasn't afraid of it anymore. Varying the speeds for each cat is important.

It's great for indoor cats. The only downside is that it has a tendency to tip over every now and then. Also, when it isn't on you need to put it away so that they don't have free reign to tear the attachment apart.

Overall, an amazing product. My cats absolutely love it and smaller kittens would enjoy it even more.
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