PetSafe® FroliCat® BOLT™ Automatic Laser Light146/6296
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About this product
The FroliCat BOLT™ interactive laser toy provides hours of fun for you and your cat or dog. Simply hold the toy in your hand or place it on a flat surface, turn it on and watch your pet pounce, chase and bat at the exciting laser patterns. Pets love the random patterns they can chase across the floor, up the walls and over furniture.
- White coloured plastic.
- Supplied assembled.
- H25.4, W7.62, D7.62cm.
- Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
- EAN: 729849142459.
85% would recommend to a friend
My cats love it
My cats love this, it was the best birthday gift for them. 10/10 would recommend
Cat loves playing with this worth it
FroliCat Bolt Pet Laser Toy.
Bought this for my 9 year old cat, first off sat looking at the toy itself, then saw the dot zooming around the floor, instant attack mode !, chased the dot until it switched off than sat waiting for me to switch it back on, she now sits on her scratch bed waiting for it to be switched on when I place the toy on the floor. Keeps her active I will say that.
I don't see why two cats couldn't enjoy the FroliCat Bolt Pet Laser Toy.
This toy requires 4 AA batteries which are not included.
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13 July 2017
Please see the following response from the manufacturer:
Regarding the concern of the laser damaging the cat’s eye, that is highly unlikely due to several factors.
- The Blink Reflex is an involuntary blinking of the eyelids elicited by stimulation of the cornea. Stimulation should elicit both a direct and consensual response (response of the opposite eye). The reflex occurs at a rapid rate of 0.1 seconds. The purpose of this reflex is to protect the eyes from foreign bodies and bright lights.
Based on this reflex, if the light were to pass through a cat’s eye, the blinking it would cause would protect them from any damage.
- The toy is programmed to move the laser, then turn off. Because of this movement, the laser would not be directly placed on the eye, even if the cat tried to stare directly into it. Even if the laser does pass over the eye, slpit second exposure from type II laser pointers will not result in any permanent damage.
We have never found any record of a laser pointer of the class II variety to cause any damage of any sort whatsoever, whether it is from our products, or any other company.
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10 May 2017
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