Catit Fireball with ROHS, Red
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- Lights up when your cat bats the ball
- Great for nightly play sessions
- Includes replaceable batteries
- Compatible with Senses 2.0 Circuits
- Batteries : 2 LR44 batteries required. (included)
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 3.81 x 8.89 x 17.53 cm; 20 Grams
- Date First Available : 10 February 2018
- Manufacturer : Catit
- ASIN : B01CAFYIF0
- Item Model Number : 43160
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Catit Senses 2.0 Fireball flashes a bright red colour when your cat paws at it, lighting up the circuit as it whizzes by enticingly. It allows you to replace the batteries. Simply unscrew the bottom half of the fireball and change the batteries for countless hours of fiery fun. Fireball is a perfect fit for the Senses 2.0 Circuits, which are available in 3 different models (play, wave and super). The Circuits build into 100+ different layouts, which helps keep your cat’s playtime fresh and exciting.
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The catties love the ball outside the toy but when its in the toy - they never lose it and play with it on their own to their hearts' contents - especially when we are too tired to entertain her. Recommend!
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The screw treads just aren't strong enough, you can over twist it and it will break open, nevermind some play from 2 kitties.
I contacted Catit, and they replied, saying they had not had any other complaints about this product, however they would send a replacement, great, fantastic, it may have been we got a dud.
The replacement arrived, and we set it up in our Catit senses super circuit, but yet again after only a few minutes play the ball broke apart.
I contacted Catit again, to explain that it seems its a fault with the actual product itself and not just the one we initially received. This time they never responded.
I did manage a work around by gluing the ball together careful not to have any glue on the outside of the ball, using E6000, but i doubt i will be able to replace the battery once it dies. - so if you don't mind having to work around with glue, then its a great wee ball that our kittens adore.
But I was disappointed with the customer service from Catit themselves and this product, considering we have many other Catit products that I would HIGHLY recommend, such as the Catit grass, Catit sense Circuit, Catit Digger, Catit self groomer & Catit Scratching boards with catnip, all fantastic products.
It's the cats batting a red light around a circuit, pouncing and chasing like their lives depend on it.
From the number of times this has happened, we can safely say the cats like it.
Or really hate it...
Either way, they use it and that's more than what a lot of people can say for cat toys.
I ordered one of these for the ball circuit(from Catit!) to replace one of the (sturdier)green balls that we had originally (the battery inside the ball died). My first impression wasn't a very good one. The ball itself feels like it was made with a cheaper plastic than the usual green balls. It wouldn't "lock" securely by twisting the top. It broke open a few times so I had to get rid of it. These balls take those tiny batteries that you use in penlight torches e.g. so it's not ideal for your cat's toy to be breaking open and exposing them(they literally fell straight out!) :0 I didn't want to risk any of my two moggies swallowing a battery!
Cheaply made, potential choking hazard(batteries). Not suitable for unsupervised play (or rough play moggies!) Definitely not worth the risk with small animals(or children)