Laser pointers and cats are always fun. We could watch our small predators chasing the red dot forever. The animal has a blast and so do its human spectators. But what attracts cats to laser pointers.
Why Do Cats Like Lasers?
According to animal behavioral specialists, a typical cat will engage in at least 8 to 10 ‘hunting expeditions’ a day. It goes the same for indoor cats who have no need to hunt. That’s why house cats can go crazy about laser pointer toys.
Safety Tips For Laser Games
Don’t point the laser beam directly at your cat’s eyes. Laser toys is safe for both human and pet eyes even in case of the occasional direct contact. However, it is strongly recommended to avoid looking straight at the laser for an extended period of time.
Keep in mind that every game session should be limited and make sure to not overstimulate your cat.
Don’t forget to entertain your kitty with various physical toys, cat playgrounds and treats apart from the laser.
Remember that there’s no toy that would replace you to your cat. Make sure to spend some quality time with your pet every day.
Key Features of Interactive Pet Laser Toy
The exciting laser moves randomly across floors and walls, which appeals to the natural hunting instinct of cats; five angles, the motion trajectory of five sizes.
Powered by 4 AA batteries (sold separately). It also featured an automatic shutdown after 15 minutes to ensure longer battery life also to prevent your cat from being over-stimulated and keep the game exciting. After 1.5 hours, the toy will turn on and work for 15 minutes by itself, and so on.
We offer 2 modes of power supply, USB charging or 4 AA batteries. One is to connecting the laser toy to USB charge at home. You don’t need to change the batteries everyday. Also you can choose to power it by 4 AA batteries for additional benefits.