Cat Dancer 101 Cat Dancer Interactive Cat Toy
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- Made in the USA
- The original interactive cat toy from Cat Dancer
- Spring steel wire and rolled cardboard
- Irresistible lure for cat
- Great fun for cat lovers
- Home-tested by over 8 million cats
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The Original Interactive Cat Toy - Cat Dancer is now used in millions of homes worldwide to provide house bound cats with healthy play and exercise and is singled out by veterinarians for its safe design. Cat Dancer is the original interactive cat toy. Spring steel wire and rolled cardboard create an irresistible lure for cats and great fun for cat lovers.
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I got this toy hoping it would please at least one cat, but amazingly, they both *love* it. They like it so much that it's hard to put the toy away; they'll climb on top of furniture (something they don't normally do) just to play with the toy. When they know it's in a certain location, they'll meow and "stand guard" until you bring it out to play! Cats... Go figure?!?
Technically, the toy is very simple: It's a piece of wire with some cardboard at the end. The cardboard looks like something "braided", so it won't come undone easily, and should survive quite a beating (for a while). As with any other toy that uses metal wires, be careful not to yank it out of the cat's mouth too hard (could break teeth if you're unlucky). Other than that, it's cheap toy that the cats really like.
Might have to get another for my adult adoptee :)
UPDATE: Adult adoptee isn't terribly interested in it. More of a young cat thing I guess. Also, my 6 fosters tore the rolls off in about 2 weeks. Not a complaint at this price at all. Our fosters all got adopted, and we got a new cat dancer for the one kitten we kept. It's been in tact for a few weeks still. It DOES get caught in things like the carpet and string toys.
She was really confused by it at first -- since this toy is on a wire, it doesn't really move the way other wand/string toys do, and she seemed to get fed up and lose interest a lot -- but moments later she'd come running back, determined to figure it out. No other toy has caught her attention like this! It's really great to see her play more. I'm so glad I took a chance on this thing!
We're going to be using these in my household for a long time to come, definitely, and as the cardboard bits get shredded (which still hasn't happened, but I'm sure will eventually) I'll probably try customizing the toy a little with some needle-felted wool balls on the end and maybe a proper handle for me, we'll see if it's still appealing when I make my own version of it for my cat. :D I do recommend inspecting before and after each use to make sure the toy is still in good order, though, and be careful when you're first unwrapping it; it is literally just a piece of flexible wire with some cardboard dongles at the ends, so it's certainly possible for the curled-over wire ends to get a little bit loose and be a hazard to snag on things or poke you or your cat. I don't let my cat catch this and really tear into it for just that reason (and also because the almost-got-it is what keeps her playing. :D) I'm sure there's a risk associated with it as other reviews here can attest but from my perspective, for me and my cat, it seems to be a very low risk and worth it for the enjoyment she gets.