The feathers are arranged so that when the wand is pulled though the air, the toy spins, creating a bird like movement that immediately gets the cat’s attention! When the cat behavior experts like Pan Johnson-Bennett talk about engaging your cat with interactive play to build a trusting relationship, they are going to get Da Bird out for a demonstration!
Recycled fur kicker - This is a handmade toy, constructed from furs taken from vintage coats.
This toy has a hook and loop opening so you can add more catnip. My cats took to the toy immediately, biting, tossing and kicking it. The fur seriously was flying as they bit and kicked at it! I was really happy with this purchase! If your cats like bunny kicking, I recommend buying her longer, larger version of the toy.
The designer uses cute, high quality fabrics and stuffs the toys with fresh catnip, which she is buying in huge wholesale quantity! The toy is durable and made extra long so the cats can get great kicking action! Her blog is a must for cat lovers world wide!
This is a spider with little wiggly rubber legs. The legs have a great moving action, and the cats really like biting the body. This wonderful toy is totally interactive, and is a great way to spend time with your cat. This toy is also surprisingly durable and can take a lot of abuse. We’ve played hard with it and it shows no signs of breaking. I can’t wait to try their other toys!
I used to enjoy the laser pointer, but I now agree with the cat behavior experts that is a frusturating toy for cats. Part of the feline need is to actually come into contact with their prey, biting, kicking and tossing the prey. Your cat looses this physical satisfaction when they chase the red dot.