Thursday, March 27, 2014

Review: Natural Pet Company's 32" Interactive Feather Wand Cat Toy


Last week we told you about the Natural Pet Company's catnip, this week's feature is their 32" Interactive Feather Wand Cat Toy.


I think wand toys are just about the perfect toy for cats and the people that love them. These feathers are the best imitation of a bird's feathers that I've ever seen which is just the thing to bring out a cat's basic hunting instinct. This toy makes Truffles so, so happy...and it makes me happy too because it's an interactive toy that creates beautiful bonding moments every time I pick it up. It's something we can play with together. Truffles is very gentle with her toys, so with two refill feathers included this will last her a very long time.

Enough of my chatter...the best testimonial can be found in pictures of Truffles playing :)






The Natural Pet Company gave us the toy to review but we were not compensated in any other way. All opinions are our own.

14 comments:

  1. It looks like fun ! We love feather toys too, but mostly those that fly outdoor in the trees he hee... Purrs

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  2. Looks like a furry good feather wand toy !
    Me too loves to play with feather wands :)
    XOXO

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  3. What a fun toy! We'll be reviewing it too in the future.

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  4. Looks like a fun toy; feathers make everyone a little nutty around here.

    --Purrs (and woofs) from Life with Dogs and Cats.

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  5. Truffles put the tortie on that toy! BAM! - Crepes.

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  6. Great review. Does she jump for it or just bite it? It looks fun but I usually just bite the string and not the feathers.

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  7. She actually starts off jumping in the air for it (moving way too fast to catch on camera) and then lays down to roll around with it ;) She loves chewing the feathers. I discovered this the first time I showed her my feather duster LOL

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  8. We love wand toys over here too! That looks like a great one!

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  9. Ooh, that looks like a big hit! Paws up! :)

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  10. So much fun going on over there! Thanks for joining in the Pet Parade! ~Rascal and Rocco

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