Catit is attempting to make a one-size-fits-all toy for cats. With three different options to engage your feline, you might find one that sticks for your cat. The electronic ball that connects, by way of rigid plastic, to the soft bee on top, will swirl and dance for your cat. Spinning the toy just out of reach, forcing your cat to be an active hunter. The unpredictable laser that is also located in the ball may even catch your cat's attention. And if none of those work, the tiny treats that it leaves in it's wake is sure to do the trick.
The tiny portal that is used to dispense treats on the Spinning Bee was a little generous in my opinion. Clawd would probably disagree with my take on that but it's true. The treats pop out very easily while the battery is turned on. So our suggestion, if you're keeping an eye on your cats' furry figure, is to only put treats in chamber when the power is switched to off. Which leads us to remind you that this toy requires 2 AA batteries that are not included in the packaging.
My cat was initially attracted to the flutter and spinning movements of the tiny Bee on top of the colorful ball. Once he captured the Bee, he dragged the whole unit to a safe space and tried biting and nuzzling the wings. Thankfully the wings are made of strong iridescent plastic, so they were able to withstand his strong playtime nips.
When it comes to the iratic laser feature, Clawd really didn't notice it. Which is not to say that your cat won't be smitten by the light. For proper cat parenting, make sure that you are supervising playtime to ensure everyone's safety.
2 AA batteries required
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