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Bird Teaser Toy Wand
Bird Teaser Toy Wand
Bird Teaser Toy Wand
Bird Teaser Toy Wand

Bird Teaser Toy Wand

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#1 Best Selling Bird Teaser Toy Wand

The Bird Teaser Toy Wand is the perfect way to have fun and frolic with your cat! There is no better way to bond with your baby. Indulge his/her instincts and provide her with a heaps of fun exercise with this unique dangling toy.

✓ The unique dangling legs have been designed to GRAB your Cats attention, giving it a play time it will never forget!
✓ Furry body mimics that of real prey. So your cats hunting instinct is always satisfied
✓ The perfect way to keep your cat healthy and exercised!
✓ Total length 47.6cm, consists of a platic rod and a plush toy 

How To Best Use Your Crazy Legs Interactive Wand?

Remember you are the key Ingredient! Interactive play involves YOU. The concept is simple. You use Crazy Legs Wand to create prey-like action. If you’re going to truly have a “think like a cat” mentality when it comes to cat behaviour, you have to conduct a game that allows your cat to act like the athletic hunter she was born to be. With the Wand, you move it so the target at the end of the string can wiggle, slide, dart and creep around the room. When you move the toy like prey, it’ll stimulate the hunter in your cat. While you may have lots of toys around the house for your cat, the problem is they’re essentially “dead” prey. They don’t move. The only way to create action is if your cat bats at them. With the Crazy Legs Wand, however, she doesn’t have to be both predator and prey – she can simply focus on being the hunter.

Scheduling Play. Maintain a regular schedule of interactive play with your cat. It won’t do any good to do a great playtime today and then not do another one for a week. Your cat needs the consistency. Schedule playtime once or twice a day, with about 15 minutes for each session. You’d be surprised what a ½ hour a day of playtime and fun can do for a cat’s emotional and physical health.

All the Right Moves. How you move the Wand is important. Don’t wave it around frantically just to give your cat an aerobic workout. That’s not how cats naturally hunt. Stick to what’s natural for your cat. In the wild, a cat would stalk her prey while staying as quiet and invisible as possible. She would inch closer and closer and then, when she gets within striking distance, she would pounce. Cats don’t have the lung capacity to chase to exhaustion so don’t conduct marathons throughout the house. Move the toy like prey, alternating between fast and slow motions so it gives your cat time to plan her next move. Here’s a tip: movements that go away from or across your cat’s visual field will trigger her prey drive. Don’t dangle the toy in her face or move it toward her.

Hunting is just as much mental as it is physical. For interactive playtime to be beneficial for your cat in terms of confidence, trust-building or stress-relieving, she has to be able to plan her moves, have successful captures and not become frustrated. Keep that in mind as you move the toy around. Also, to build confidence, let her have plenty of captures throughout the game. If you were a cat, it would be pretty frustrating if you never got your paws on the plush toy. Remember the game needs to be fun for your cat.

Ending the Game. When it’s time to end the game don’t just suddenly stop and put the toy away. Your cat may still be very revved up. Instead, wind the action down, in the same way you would do a cool-down after an exercise. Let the prey slowly get tired or injured so the cat’s movements will naturally slow down as well. Then, leave your cat with one final grand capture.

Put Interactive Toys Away. In-between games, store all interactive toys out of your cat’s reach. The most important reason is that you don’t want her to chew on stringed parts. The second reason is you want to keep the toys special.

Not a Replacement for Solo Toys. Interactive toys aren’t a replacement for the many solo toys your cat has around the house. Make sure she has a good supply of the fun little fuzzy mice, puzzle feeders and other toys that are safe to leave around.

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