Petstages Cat Tracks Cat Toy
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Petstages Cat Tracks Cat Toy
The "Tower of Tracks" interactive cat toy is an investment like no other. Although its bright orange plastic may look cheap to potential buyers, it provides a cat with hours upon hours of endless entertainment. Providing three levels of play with three colorful balls on each level, cats are kept mentally stimulated throughout the day.
Owners often shy away from innovative game designs like "Tower of Tracks" due to fearing their cat may become stuck while they are out at work, injuring themselves in the process. One major advantage of "Tower of Tracks" is the top safety bar that prevents curious kittens from getting their heads stuck if they tried to take a peek inside. This feature undoubtedly puts owners' minds at ease, knowing their cats are safe from harm as they play. Plus, this modification proved Petstages to be a company that continue to innovate even after their kitty toy received over 2000 five-star ratings. On a similar vein, the solid, closed tracks ensure, unlike traditional tracks, your kitten's paws don't become trapped while they swat at the balls darting around the different levels.
Many disappointed customers are adamant that "Tower of Tracks" is far too small for regular-sized cats. We are disappointed that Petstages only sell one standard size of this product – it certainly would be advantageous for both the company and its feline users if the toy was sold in "Small", "Regular", and "Large" sizes. Not only would this move indicate that the company have actually all of their furry customers and their needs, it would also stop older cats from inadvertently knocking their version of "Tower of Tracks" to the ground after attempting to play with their larger paws. Older felines require an adequate amount of mental stimulation and instinctual play too, and it doesn't feel fair that Petstages have only geared their engaging toy towards kittens' needs.
Yes; this toy may be made of what appears to be uninviting orange plastic. Similarly, spending ten dollars of your hard-earned cash to purchase this cheap plastic may feel like daylight robbery. But when you wake up to a noise in the night to find it's your kitten excitedly smacking their "Tower of Tracks" with their paw, alongside strong feelings of grumpiness you'll feel relieved knowing that you've finally found a toy your kitten loves.
Three levels of play each include one colorful ball for cats to smack and swat
Innovative company added top safety bar so kittens won't get their heads stuck inside the toy
Closed track design prevent kittens' paws from becoming trapped between the tracks
Inexpensive orange plastic material puts off prospective buyers
Fun cat toy unsuitable for larger cats and only caters towards kittens' needs