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Hartz Chirp n Chase Cat Toy

3.9 out of 5 stars 79 customer reviews

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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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Product Description

Hartz Chirp n chase is a small plush bird cat toy with fleathers, catnip and a sound module that makes a chirping noise. The slingshot toy will provide hours of fun for you and your cat.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1.5 x 7 inches ; 15.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001Q9EGKO
  • Item model number: 3270011591
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (79 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,101 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)

Important Information

Safety Warning
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.

Directions
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.

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By Megan Lagerberg on May 14, 2009
Our cat, like many other beloved pets, is spoiled with toys and treats galore. I've never seen him enjoy a toy better than the Chirp 'n Chase. The realistic bird chirps drive him crazy. After catching the bird at the end of its launch (I say launch because the bird is propelled by the fling of a rubber band that only vaguely resembles actual flight) he continues to flip the bird in the air and carries it around in his mouth. All the while the little bird continues to chirp, driving him even crazier. The chirping is triggered by motion, i.e. when it's flung through the air. The rubber band used to propel the bird is thick, not flimsy, and strong. The bird's feathers are a nice touch. Our cat loves to lick them. This product is worth purchasing, especially if you own a cat who primarily resides in the house, as our cat does, and rarely goes out.
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Length: 1:14 Mins
From the moment I released this bird from it's cardboard bonds, my kitty went crazy for it. He plays with it CONSTANTLY. He hunts it, he hides it in my bed, he carries it around, he flips and tumbles over it- the list goes on. The chirp is LOUD but not annoying, but I do have to put it away at night before I go to sleep or the volume of the chirping will wake me up. Also, the fuzzy little black wing feathers will be all over your rug in 2 days but the tail feathers and body will hold up just fine, so after an initial small mess you're golden. I am going to order a few more of these JUST IN CASE however. Mowgli plays with it so hard that I can't imagine even a sturdy toy can last forever.
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My kitten took to this bird like she was on crack! The chirping sound is really loud and scared her at first, but then she couldn't stop playing with it and carried it around in her mouth. She was so obsessed with it, she growled at my other cat and wouldn't let him play with it.

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.
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We bought two of these birds for our kitty cats. I think Hartz could have done better though.

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.
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This is the cutest cat toy. Last night I awoke to hear a bird chirping on and off... when I got up to see what it was, it was my Kit Kat happily playing with this toy! He LOVES it! The noise is a little on the loud side, but if it makes my kitties happy... what do I care?!

I highly recommend this toy!
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I bought this for my cat because of the chirping noise to see how she would like it. She loves it and carries it around all over. She even figured out how to toss it up and bat it down so that when it hits, it chirps. The only bad thing is that she likes to play with it around 4-5am and wants me to throw it so she can play fetch.
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I picked one of these up from Walmart for my kitten and it is one of her two favorite toys. She will play with it for a good half hour before taking a rest and is great for getting rid of that extra energy she gets. Highly recommended!
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I've had one of these for over 5 years and the time came to finally replace it. My small dog enjoys playing with it as much as the cats... Maybe more. I was so excited to find they still made them. I took it out, pulled the tab out for the battery and it chirped half a chirp. It then chirped no more. My dog still wanted to play with it, so I let him least I upset his sweet happy excitement. So now I'm stuck with a non chirping toy which is why I bought it in the first place. If it worked like the one I had forever, I'd have given this 5 stars but minus two for it being a DUD. It's just not worth the hassle to return for a replacement for such a small amount of money. I just wish it would have worked the first time. If you happen to get a product that works in sure your cats and possibly dogs would enjoy it too. I don't recommend it for animals that would chew it up.
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