Cat Dancer 101 Cat Dancer Interactive Cat Toy
- 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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Ingredients30 inches of spring steel piano wire with paper rolls at the end
DirectionsThe 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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This is definitely a toy you need to be there using, rather than leaving out for the cats to amuse themselves with. It's also obviously wire, so be aware of not letting cats hurt themselves by accident, but I've never seen that happen myself. What does happen is that the wire is bouncy enough that the cardboard bits dance like insects in the air, and the cats go crazy trying to catch it. Even my geriatric, diabetic old kitty will jump around and pounce and roll and swat for this toy. It's so incredibly simple and yet so incredibly effective and elegant. Even if they do manage to tear the cardboard, it's cardboard. They can't really hurt themselves swallowing bits of it. And the toy lasts forever. I got this one to replace the previous one, which I'd had so long that the diabetic cat was just a kitten when he encountered the one I just replaced. It probably still tasted like his long-dead sister. This one will probably last long past the time when the current kittens are geriatric themselves.
Don't hesitate to buy this one.
Ok, just a little background. I rescued Lucy a year ago and she's a real sweetheart, but we don't have alot of contact. Her fav place is under the bed. I've tried several toys, because basically all she does is eat and sleep, with a little bit of lovin' a couple of times a day. When I opened the Cat Dancer all hell broke loose. She went nuts...pouncing, running, jumping and stalking. Once I figured out the best way to use it... hold it with the cat's end curling up... we had so much fun with it. She really goes crazy when I drag it quickly back and forth across the floor. Now, she is out of the bedroom much more... either playing or just relaxing. It has made our relationship even better and she is getting much needed exercise. Not only that, but her mind is being stimulated. It has even come to me noticing her just sitting at my feet, staring...Idk... possibly "begging" to play with her Cat Dancer? I think so, because she will wait there until she gets to lol. I love my Lucy... and she loves her Cat Dancer.
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.
UPDATE: ADULT ADOPTEE IS ALL ABOUT THIS. Short video attached. She's the one with more white. Sorry for the floors - It's vacuum day :P