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July 10, 2008

Panic Mouse Motorized Cat Toy

Forget the cat and play with it yourself, it'll do you good.

From the website:

    Panic Mouse Motorized Cat Toy

    Entice your cat to frolic and play when you are away!

    The Panic Mouse Motorized Cat Toy simulates human-like movements for hours and hours of play time.

    The wand and mouse bounce around in the air for even more fun.

    It simulates mouse-like movements with adjustable speed control for optimal use.

    Features and details:

    • 8-1/2"L x 5-1/2"W x 12"H

    • Wipes clean with damp cloth

    • Replaceable wand and mouse

    • Hours and hours of fun for your cat

    • Easy turn-dial speed control on nose

    • Detachable head — for human interaction

    • Adjustable height/angle — customize the toy for your cat


It's a funny thing... I've oftimes thought my own human interactions would improve by a large factor if I simply detached my head from time to time and gave it rest.

But I digress.

The toy costs $17.90.

[via nerdapproved.com]

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Isn't that guy one of the bachelors from THE Bachelors TV series? He looks like the Borghese heir. His show took place in Italy. Ooops, I think I let the cat out of the bag. Didn't mean to confess I was a Bachelor addict.

Posted by: Milena | Jul 11, 2008 8:37:01 AM

Funny -- at about forty-two seconds into it, the lady kind of fondles the Panic Mouse, to better display its fabulousness, I'm sure. I wonder if I could get a job as a product fondler for TV ads.

I was all set to cave in and buy but Jennie's comment made me wonder if my beasts would fling themselves at it in wild abandon and tear it asunder in a trice. It shows little pubescent non-cynical kitties frolicking around, but large-butted, circumspect one-and-a-half-year-old layabouts might not respond so well. Hm. I'd have to cut off that mouse thing and stick a cockroach on the end of the stick.

Posted by: Flautist | Jul 10, 2008 6:15:02 PM

It was this one:


Naturally, I'm too lazy to save packaging and/or return anything so I won't complain about the price.

Posted by: jennie | Jul 10, 2008 5:29:31 PM

Hmmm! I bought a similar one at Target. My Bengal cat always broke the stick off of the base. She is pretty strong and aggro and loved it, but it only lasted for like 45 seconds and then I'd have to re-attach the stick.

I'm going to try this little number.

Posted by: jennie | Jul 10, 2008 5:27:01 PM

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