Pawaboo Feather Teaser Cat Toy, 7PCS Interactive Retractable Interchangeable Feather Wand Flying Feather Cat Catcher with Extra Long 38.6" Wand and Small Bells, Fun Cat Playing Toy, Colorful Stripes
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- Activates Cat's Hunting Instinct: The natural feather flying motion and the ringing bells at the tip of the wand activate a cat's natural instinct to chase and pounce, encouraging healthy activity.
- Long Reach and Retractable String: The flexible wand can extend to 3 triarticular for teasing. One 4.92" wand with 21.65" to 23.62" length adjustable nylon string. The minimum length is 14.57" when retracted, while the maximum length is 38.58" when fully extended.
- 7PCS Feather Refills: 6 colorful feather refill and one lifelike caterpillar refill keep your cat interested and arouse its curiosity, provide endless fun. Just gently flick the flexible dangler and enjoy the time with your cat.
- Elastic and Strong: The wand is make of polycarbonate, lightweight, durable and can even suffer 90 degree bend. EVA handle enusre comfortable grip. Use a safe, cat-friendly and non-toxic natural feathers to entice your cat into playing.
- A Good Interactive Toy: Strengthen the relationships between you and your cat in a super fun way. Please supervise your cat while playing at all times.
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Give your kitty the thrill of the chase with the Pawaboo Feather Teaser Cat Toy. Designed to help you bond with your pal through interactive chasing play, it has an extendable wand and seven attractive attachments to keep your pal engaged. It activates your pal’s natural instinct to chase so you can watch him (her) hunt, jump and pounce while you control the movement! Caution: Don't leave the pet alone with the toy, and supervise your cat when playing with this toy all the time.
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It may not look like Jack is enjoying himself but i can assure you that’s just coz he got a serious case of RBF. Inside he‘s bursting with joy.
Great that it comes with a spare feather attachment with the toy also 👍
I'll start out with the good first. Your cat will technically play with this thing. That is to say, if you attach feathers to a spinning mechanism at the end of a piece of string, a cat will probably chase it. Does that mean you should by this product over the pricier alternatives? No, absolutely not. As it turns out, there is a reason why replacement heads for these wand toys usually cost about as much as this seven-pack is being sold for.
For starters, let's talk about the heads. Utterly cheap, I can't imagine they'd survive many play sessions, not that I could even test that theory, as you'll see shortly. One of the heads even had visible glue marks on it, just to give it that authentic cheapy feel. Almost every toy has a bell of some kind as well, and there is no easy way to remove it, so if your cat doesn't like noisy toys, you're completely out of luck.
And as others have pointed out, the inclusions of additions such as googly eyes for a toy that is meant to go in an animal's mouth is utterly unacceptable and gives the impression that this product is simply trying to imitate more successful wand designs, rather than having any understanding of should and should not go into a toy designed for cats.
Now, I could forgive the heads being cheaper if it wand itself was convenient to use. I've bought a few of these now, and I was hoping that the variety of heads on display here would allow for some additional options when it came to playtime. To throw these in here when the cats got bored of their more expensive toys. Alas, I can't even perform further tests with this toy as the wand is utterly unusable, and I do mean that on a mechanical level.
First and foremost, the build quality of the wand is about as cheap as you'd expect. I'm certain that the feather heads have more weight than the actual pole does, and the retraction mechanism barely holds itself in place and will retract on its own if you don't make sure to meticulously tighten it by hand. But again, I could deal with these annoyances if the wand hadn't rendered itself within about five minutes of use.
The most fatal flaw of this toy is the head swapping. As I mentioned before, I was having trouble getting my cats to actually play with the toys, so I was swapping out the various heads to see which ones they responded to best; a task that was rendered utterly infuriating via the single fiddliest locking mechanism I've ever come across, with everything being held in place by what is essentially a very flimsy baby pin that requires you to REALLY dig your thumbnails in order to operate it.
Fortunately for my thumbs, I wouldn't have to put up with that torture for much longer, as the metal clip that was holding everything in managed to bend itself to the point of sealing itself off from locking again. I repeat. The swappable heads on the swappable head wand toy are now blocked from being swapped. I'm not joking when I say that I have gotten packs of baby pins that held up better than this. This toy is now functionally useless; I can still technically play with it, but the heads would come loose, and I think there were enough joking hazards with the googly eyes, so no thanks.
The best thing about this delivery was all the Kongs I bought to become eligible for free shipping. I honestly feel like all the five-star reviews on here must have received a completely different toy, because the only thing I can recommend about this toy is that you stay far, far away from it.
Look at Jackson Galaxy's range of wand toys or Go-Cat or literally any other name brand wand toy, just stay far away from this one. Even if with free shipping, I feel like I've wasted my money on this.
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So, consider that a warning. Some cats get hooked and need their fix.
Mind you, the other cat watches it but does not care at all about it. Guess he's just not the addictive personality type.
The only actual downside is that the feathers start to fall off after you have a 10 pounds cat nearly hanging from the toy like a Jack Russel Terrier. I don't blame the manufacturer for that. I blame the cat. But it means we've had to buy refills of the features to go on the end.
Small plastic self adhesive googly eyes should NEVER be used on a product intended for a cat to chase and catch (in their mouths). Stupid & dangerous for any animal even under supervision.
PLEASE, anyone buying this remove the eyes before your first play session!
The wand extends to be really long which is great, though it can only really be long - it's not like an old school car aerial - it telescopes all the way out and locks, any other length it floppy and next to useless.
To add some context, fully extended the wand and the line have a total length of 1.5m. To use something like this to try to replicate something flying, you want to be able to flick it around freely and vigorously to be able to incise your cat. Not being able to make the wand any smaller means you need to have loads of room to play effectively out of the box.
Also, the ferrule that holds the line to the wand just slipped right off the end when I pulled it out to test it.
Checkout my photo to see what I'm talking about on the eyes and the detached ferrule.
To anyone buying this - I do think some of the feather & bell attachments could be great fun, but unless you want a trip to the vet or worse, remove the barely stuck on googly eyes from the fuzzy worm thing, and watch out for the line detaching and inevitably flying across the room!
First its very SAFE. We bought this after an accident where our kitten strangled herself with a mouse toy on a string. I turned my back for 1 minute and she had wrapped her neck around the leg of our coffee table. If I hadn't had heard her moan she would have died. LESSON learned no more teasers on string, ribbon ect only on sticks. The great thing though is that this is a flexible stick so it teases in the same way a string would
second its very durable it comes with a refill but after 2 months of heavy use the first one looks brand new. I also love how un obtrusive this is I mean I wouldn't chose it as decor but its natural looking especially compared to other cat toys which I think is why she likes it looks like an actual bird . Also this doesn't shed we have another teaser that gets pink feathers everywhere..
Lastly she just loves it so much, its a perfect balance of auditory ( tiny little bells that tingle a little) and visual stimulation.
It’s a wonderful product that fulfils all of the play and hunt needs of our cat. The long rod allows for excellent hiding and quick prey-like escape maneuvers; and all of this is super easy for the pet human to execute!
We have tried almost all of the changeable lures/ends, and the cat loves em all! Only slight kink is that the feather one is not quite durable, we had pieces falling out during the first play session.
Otherwise, a great buy and an excellent toy!
My cat definitely favors the orange worm, but she seems to stay more interested if I swap in some of the bird ones occasionally, so I'm glad it comes with several options.
My one complaint is that at least one of the lures (the larger brown worm) had some very sharp stitching that came loose after a day of use. I only noticed when I went to swap it out and stabbed my hand, but obviously the cat would have been biting onto it as well. So just be sure to check the lures occasionally as your cat wears them down.