SPOT Mouse Chase Electronic Cat Toy
Keep your kitty enthralled with this fun and exciting toy. Ideal for cats, this motorized mouse toy is designed with a pivoting wheel axle that makes the toy move erratically, keeping your pet engaged. Give your furry friend the thrill of the chase with the Petlinks Bumper Mouse Motorized Cat Toy. Ideal for cats, this exciting toy is designed with an electronic motor and a convenient on/off switch. The pivotal wheel axle allows to the toy to move erratically in circles and change directions each
Cats love to play, but did you know that playtime is vital activity for kittens and adult cats too? Help your cuddly cat play well with the best toys for cats from Chewy, here you’ll find the best cat toys for every type of cat personality. For the active cat who’s agenda-driven, toys provide a much-needed physical release. Having this type of cat personality means your cat loves to hunt, jump and run. If your feline friend matches this description, they’ll most likely prefer a playtime that includes balls and chaser toys. Cat balls and chaser toys allow cats to swat, chase and pounce—all their favorite activities. The loving and intelligent cat requires the mental stimulation of an interactive cat toy. Chewy carries the best interactive cat toys like the Petstages Tower of Tracks, the Ethical Pet laser exerciser, and the KONG active treat ball. The cat laser toy is popular with cats who enjoy interactive play. Pet parents simply point the laser at the floor or wall and watch as your cat chases and attempts to capture the elusive prey. A laser cat toy is a great way to inspire physical and mental exercise. The playful cat can handle a little teasing from a teaser cat toy, while the sweet and affectionate cat will almost always seek out the comfort of a plush cat toy. The SmartyCat mouse cat toy is a great plush cat toy for the sweet and affectionate kitty. Teaser toys usually consist of a stick, and an object dangling from a string. The best teaser toys are made with bright colors or sound effects to help entice curious cats. Teaser toys allow you to lift the object of desire above the cat where they can jump to reach. While your cat’s imagination can turn anything into a toy, cat toys bring additional stimulation and fun to kitty playtime. Shop cat toys online now on Chewy.
Many cat owners tell me they have “tried everything” and have had no luck getting their cats to so much as bat at a toy mouse. And those cat owners that can get their cats to play often find that play culminates in nothing more than frustration for both cat and owner. During such scenarios, the cat’s tension and stress build, and the appetitive behaviour (that which fulfills a need or compulsion to hunt, for example) may not be fulfilled, leaving the cat dissatisfied. In my practice, I try to help the cat owner get inside the mind of their cat to help them help their cat fully express all of his instinctual behaviours, including the hunting motor pattern sequence. This sequence includes the eye stare, the stalk and chase, the grab and bite or pounce and bite, and even the kill bite.Don’t wiggle the toy in your cat’s face or move it toward your cat. This won’t make sense to your cat and it might frighten him. Real prey moves away. Real prey hides. Your cat also needs the mental stimulation of strategizing how he’s going to ambush that mouse behind the couch. It’s not all about chasing and pouncing and biting.Petstages Scratch toys help cats scratch, mark territory, exercise and flex their feet and claws while keeping nails healthy by removing the dead outer layer. The Sisal Mouse toss is wrapped in durable and scratchable sisal material that encourages kitty to kick, groom play and pounce all while chasing this sneaky mouse! Petstages Scratch toys help cats scratch, mark territory, exercise and flex their feet and claws while keeping nails healthy by removing the dead outer layer. The Sisal Mouse toss is wrapped in durable and scratchable sisal material that encourages kitty to kick, groom play and pounce all while chasing this sneaky mouse! I recommend at least one play session a day that lasts about 10 to 20 minutes, using an interactive wand toy. Some cats might do better with more frequent playtimes that are shorter in length—play around with time and duration to establish your cat’s particular preferences. In addition to interactive toys that you maneuver for your cat, it’s also important that you let him play on his own so he doesn’t become reliant on you to stimulate his prey drive every time. There are some great battery operated toys such as the Undercover Mouse and the Panic Mouse 360 and a wide variety of toys he can bat and chase by himself. Most cat games involve them chasing things, and whether they are true balls or just balls of yarn, never fail to make cats chase after them. Usually made of felt, wicker, or plastic, cat ball toys vary in their sounds and sometimes even also have a catnip-filled mouse toy attached, giving the ball an uneven and unpredictable roll that makes it even more exciting to cats. Some cat ball games even have a remote control so that you can simulate a real hunt for your cat with prey rolling or bouncing in all directions.