No cat can live on sleep and food alone. They need a little Fling-Ama-String too! This battery-operated, action-packed, string-flinging machine hangs on any standard door knob. One end of a long, brightly-colored, silky cord is sewn onto a flat, elastic “conveyer belt” which is constantly rotating. The cord flings in and out for kitty’s non-stop amusement. Cats can bite, paw, claw, and ultimately stop the string. As soon as they let go, the string automatically starts to rotate again and again and again! The toy has 2 speeds for the frisky or faint feline. Just turn it on, take a seat, and watch kitty go.
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The Petlinks System Door Dangler Flutter Flapper Owl Cat Toy attaches to a window or hangs from a door. It has pull-and-flap hanging feathers for hours of enticing fun for your cat.
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There are a number of ways you can keep your cat busy during the day so he’ll be less active and sleepier at night. Provide your cat with toys that can be swatted around on his own: toy mice are especially fun for this. Some even come laced with catnip. Rotate these toys frequently because cats, like people, become bored with the same old thing day after day. You can also purchase squeaking mouse toys that hang on an elastic string from your door. Cats love to bat at these. To freshen these toys, periodically dip them in a bag of catnip. Your cat will think they’re new.
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Fling-ama-String... just another cat toy from Cousin Murf? Maybe so, but it's one they have yet to get tired of! Gracie here likes it so much, we had to design an easy fix around the meager power supply of 3 AA batteries. We built 3 Radio Shack D Cell battery holders onto a small piece of wood, then clipped a metal clothes hanger hook to it and hung it on the other inside door knob. We used a cheap (mechanical ticking) timer switch that you can find at the hardware store- for bathroom ceiling fans, maybe $16. The D cells last a long time and it shuts itself off after 5 or 20 minutes- our Gracie here has had enough after ten minutes, anyway. We were going through three AA batteries every week- with the increased power of D Cells and the timer- it's lasted 6 weeks so far... and still going strong! Fling-ama-String seems to have revived our 19 year old Himilayan from the clutches of death for one last romp- he loves it, too.
Here's now to do the upgrade: I was strongly inspired by Sheila’s knitted Under Door Two-Cat Toy () pattern. In fact, I think it is brilliant idea! I feel much better in crocheting, so I decided to make crocheted version. Sheila asked me to write up all instructions, and here it is…