A Kickstarter For A Giant Hamster Wheel For Cats Has Raised $100,000
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It turns out that an exercise treadmill wheel is a great exercise device not only for hamsters, but also for cats! Inventor Sean Farley and his team in California came up with a giant replica of the hamster wheel designed to entertain bored cats. The device lets our little feline friends spend their days exercising instead of just lying around the house.
This Giant Hamster Wheel Is Made For Cats - This is an exercise wheel for cats, and its called One Fast Cat. Its $200. Like any moderately expensive things you buy for your cats, theyre going to sniffInventor Sean Farley came up with a giant replica of the hamster wheel for cats. This is the perfect toy if you don’t want to see you cat lying around the house all day long.Think of One Fast Cat as a giant hamster wheel treadmill hybrid for cats. According to its creator, Sean Farley, "There are many ways to keep your cat lively, giving them access to energetic companions, making a play session part of their day, and/or offering them tempting exercise equipment for use when you're not at home...that's why we came up with 'One Fast Cat' cat wheel." Continue reading for a video, more information and the Kickstarter page.If you've seen , you'll know the One Fast Cat exercise wheel is fun for both cats and their owners, the latter not being able to take their eyes off what appears to be a giant (but very skinny) hamster. Farley has refined the device in a number of ways, such as employing a 10" wide running tread made from a closed cell EVA foam to prevent claws from catching... not a scene we'd like to see. It turns out that a wheel exercise treadmill is a great exercise device not only for hamsters, but also for cats! Inventor Sean Farley and his team in California came up with a giant replica of the hamster wheel designed to entertain bored cats. The device lets our little feline friends spend their days exercising instead of just lying around the house.There was lots of fun things for the cats to do, with grass patches in the window to laze in the sun, tunnels and bridges placed high around the walls for climbing, scratching posts to sharpen claws, and all the people’s legs to weave in between. Luisa was particularly impressed with a giant cat wheel, like a hamster wheel but bigger, that spun around as the cats chased toys. Very cathletic!Basically, One Fast Cat is a giant hamster wheel for cats. Because why would a cat need a stationary wheel? The creators argue that because a cat is really meant to be out hunting and running around in the wild, we cat owners are not doing their physique justice by keeping them cooped up inside a house. One Fast Cat allows cats to release all that pent-up energy. We don’t know about cats, but people are really into this idea—the project has already.Start your learning activity with something that grabs the learner’s attention. This could be a story, a joke, or a challenge. As we saw in the video, the cats are presented with a new object: the giant hamster wheel box. Being cats, their universal love of cardboard boxes elicits their interest. For PubMed, an example could be a question (T/F, PubMed contains articles written in Esperanto), , or the story of .