Hartz Chirp n Chase Cat Toy
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- Catnip plush that's fun for owners and kitty alike
- Realistic looking and sounding for a whole new level of fun and interaction
- Slingshot mechanism allows pet parents to shoot the toy to entice cats to chase, hunt and swat.
- Motion activated sound chip chirps like a bird
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Supervise your pet.
For play only.
Not a child's toy. Toy should be removed and replaced if excessive wear or damage occurs. Ingestion hazard. Contains small batteries.
1. Remove the pull tab to activate battery.
2. Place fingers in loop.
3. Pull back on flap and release. Aim away from pets and children.
Sharing in playtime not only creates a strong bond between you and your cat but your involvement makes play more dynamic and stimulating.
Top Customer Reviews
|Length: 1:14 Mins|
The only con is the chirping. If your cat loves it as much as mine does, you'll have to hide it at night if you want any sleep.
The look is great - like a mini-pheasant, which immediately grabbed both cats' attention.
The chirp is very loud. I SAID, THE CHIRP IS VERY LOUD! At least ours were! Yikes - sort of like a bird with a megaphone! It got on my nerves, but didn't seem to bother the cats that I could tell. (They might have been wishing for ear plugs, but who knows.) Annoyance factor for me was slightly less than the battery-operated chimp with the clapping cymbals (but I can take the batteries out of the chimp).
Now the downside - the interest lasts about as long as it is making noise.
It makes noise upon impact with something, and it takes a fairly hard impact to get it chirping. Slapping against your hand is the best way, or slapping it on a hard surface. However, unless your cats are different than the two we have, the cats will not be able to turn on the chirping themselves. You know how cats like to grab and toss things like this type of toy into the air? You'd think the mechanism would have been made sensitive enough to turn on when it hit the floor. Not so - the cats are not strong enough to turn this bird's sound on. It will take YOUR interaction.
Now, I love to play with the cats and don't have a problem with it. However, I thought this would be a cute toy to keep them busy while I was on the computer. Instead, it was either brought back to me to slap/throw it again (yes, one of our cats acts like a dog and retrieves toys), or was left on the floor as soon as it stopped chirping. They did carry them around the first day or two, but that novelty wore off uber fast. Right now, I think one is laying dormant under our china closet, and I don't know where Bird 2 is.Read more ›
I highly recommend this toy!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Kitty loves to chase and throw it in the air. No more feathers left on two of them. Good toyPublished 5 months ago by Valerie Florian
My dog loves these chirping toys, but my cat ignores them.Published 13 months ago by Mrs. M. Breach
kittens love them. I even smile every time I hear them. or find them in my linensPublished 13 months ago by carol decker
This toy is awesome! Really loud chipping! Even my fourteen year old cat was excited and played with it. Scared the hell outta me the first night when I kicked it and it went off!Published 18 months ago by Jodi Colpitts
This product did not meet my expectations. The chirp on this bird is extremely loud and not realistic. It was suppose to have a rubber band to propel the bird that was missing. Read morePublished 22 months ago by LMCF
Only one of my cats out of 4 liked this toy; the other three were actually scared of the tweeting sound. It's a bit loud. Read morePublished 23 months ago by ItsMeSusan