PetSafe FroliCat BOLT Automatic Laser Light146/6296
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Can you try to use Duracell Ultra Power batteries inside the toy, please? (if it's not already the batteries you are using) We noticed that with some brands of batteries like Energizer and Duracell Power Plus the toy is not working properly.
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This takes 4 AA batteries.
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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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Any toy where the cat cannot catch the prey at the end of the game causes the cat frustration and will lead to your pet being annoyed and upset. Laser toys are a great example of what not to play with your cat. Argos please removed these from your products, please. Buyers - do not buy these toys if you care about your pet.
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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The FroliCat Bolt Pet Laser Toy is battery operated.
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