- Gigwi Feather Teaser toys imitate playing with a real bird, bringing out the most instinctive cat reactions
- Watch your cat jump and pounce like a fully grown hunter.
- Enjoy hours of playing together with just a flick of your hand.
Petsy Tip: Playtime is an important part of kittens' growth and development. Wand teasers allow your kitty to practice skills she would have in the wild by leaping, while you enjoy playing together and bonding. In older cats, playtime allows them to remain lean and in good condition well into maturity.
Cat toys - they’re attractive, they’re fun, and well, they sometimes excite the hooman more than the cat. Every cat has a favourite set of toys, be it balls, feather toys, squeaky toys, interactive wands etc. The best way to know your cats favourite toys is to allow them to choose which they’d like to play with - cats that have a high prey drive prefer chasing, pouncing, and running, and enjoy balls, feather toys, cat trees, agility courses, and treasure hunts. Contrarily, cats that enjoy focus over play, enjoy interactive toys, puzzles, scent work and so on. It is always best to give your cat a mic of both types of toys, i.e. one that exercises the body and one that challenges the brain. Most teaser cat toys that are bright and/or emit sounds that mimic sounds of prey, are loved by curious kittens since their ears are very receptive to new sounds, especially high-pitched ones.
The Gigwi Happy Indians Catwand Owl imitate plying with a real bird, bringing out the most instinctive cat reactions but at the same time preventing accidental scratching wherever possible. Some key features of the Gigwi Happy Indians Catwand Owl are: