GoCat Da Bird Pull 2 Piece Pull Apart Rod & Bird, Handmade in the USA
- Realistic feather toy activates your cat's hunting instinct
- Pull-a-part rod for easy storage
- Cats love its flight-like motion and prey-like appearance
- Public Alert: Hide toys when not in use and supervise your pet while playing at all times
- Hand crafted in the USA
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This is the Easy Store 2 part pole version of the Da Bird toy. You can pull it apart and it takes up half the space. Handcrafted in the USA with top quality materials, Da Bird Feather Teaser simulates the motion of a bird at your control. Set on a swivel, its feathers look, sound and feel like real bird wings and will drive your cat wild. Encourages instinctual behaviors and exercise to keep your cat healthy and alert. Fiberglass wand comes apart in two pieces for compact storage. Toy includes 36" 2 part wand, 32" nylon string and one feather dangler.
Style: 1 Bird
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There is another similar toy on the market that offers a foam wrapping on the end of the rod. Not only is the overall quality better, but it is also much cheaper. I've ordered that one and found it is much better and safer.
This is hands down my cat’s favorite toy, which is a feat to accomplish since my cat is so picky! If you have a cat like mine, then you have a closet full of cat toys that you only managed to get your cat to touch once, if at all. I use to constantly get toys for her hoping that the next one would please her, but she was never impressed. Something about this one though, she doesn't get enough of it! I have to quit because I have things to do long before she wants to give up. And this isn't like one of those toys where you get excited because you think that you've finally found one that she likes, and then she doesn't want anything to do with it days or weeks later. I've had to replace one of these several times over the YEARS because she’s worn them out. She likes it best when I'm making the bird thing fly back and forth and I really like that she's getting much needed exercise trying to catch it.
~A LITTLE HINT ABOUT WHAT YOU CAN DO IF YOU'RE BORED BUT YOUR CAT ISN'T~
Sometimes I'm just too busy to play with her so I bought a second one and taped the end of it to the stairs railing so that it hangs a little bit higher than her head when she is sitting. For about a month or two she went at it on her own even though it wasn't moving. She would walk up to it, reach up, and slap it which would cause it to fly all over the place and she would go at it. After that I had to get her interested in it again, by jingling it in front of her or hitting it so that she would go after it, then I could leave her to play with it on her own and I could go back to doing what I wanted. That got a little old as well (Let me be clear that the item itself didn't get old for her, just me not moving it anymore, she is still super excited when I go get the other one and swing it around for her). Anyway, I came up with another trick to keep her interested in the stationary one. I had a little fan on not far from it and I turned it slightly so that it would blow on the stationary one and make it move a little. Every now and then I still hear something and look over to see my cat attacking it like crazy.
~WARNING ABOUT HIDING IT WHEN YOU'RE NOT USING IT~
(Because Your Cat My Still Try To Get At It And Destroy Things In The Process)
Which brings me to another good point, be careful where you keep it after you are done playing with your cat. I use to take it apart, twist up the string, and put it in a draw in my closest. One day after playing, I just set it down on the counter in the living room where we had been playing. A little while later, I heard a crash and then my cat comes in the room, the bird in her mouth and the stick trailing behind her. I go in the living room and things are knocked off the counter and a stool is knocked over (my cat has never not once gotten on one of those stools or the counter). She just REALLY wanted to keep playing, lol!
~DOGS LOVE IT TOO (EVEN SICK ONES WILL TRY TO GET IT SO BE CAREFUL!)~
Another note is that dogs really like it as well. When I bought the first one of these I was still living with my mom and she had three dogs. I couldn't play with my cat in the living room because the dogs were trampling all over my cat trying to catch the bird, even my 15 year old dog with severe arthritis that was going through heart failure at the time. She hadn't moved in the last year or so except to the food dish and to her sleeping spot and I couldn't believe the way that she was going at this toy! I made her stop because I was worried that her heart was going to give out right then, but I wish that I had found this toy earlier so that I could have used it to keep her healthier.
It’s an amazing toy that I don't know how I ever lived without. I have and will continue to buy it again and again!
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I highly recommend this toy for your cat. It will tire your kitty out for sure. Last night Jaspurr was able to jump 6 ft high! Granted he used the wall, but still a record height.
IMPORTANT WARNING: You MUST hide this toy after playing with your cat because they WILL hunt it down and destroy it. That's how much they love it. I have a feeling that I'll be buying feather refills very soon because I'll accidentally leave it out for him.
As a cat behavorist who has converted some cats from the outdoors to the indoors only, this toy is a must for cats who will no longer get to do outside hunting. I like to use this toy along with the cat catcher for cat who were both mouse hunters and bird hunters. The only downside to this product is that the feathers attached to the toy can be quite easy to tear apart for cats who are very high energy.
The good news is that you can buy new feathers which easily attach to the toy. The new feathers are not that expensive to purchase for this toy which is a big plus. I have seen cats play with this toy who would not play with any other toy so I definitely recommend trying it!