Frolicat Bolt Laser Cat Toy

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You know how cats love to chase stuff, whether it is alive or inanimate – here is something that might just keep your kitten (and adult cats, of course) occupied for hours on end – with the Frolicat Bolt Laser Cat Toy. As you can tell by its name, this device will project a red dot (somewhat similar to how those laser pointers work) onto the surface where you point it to, and see your kitty go nuts trying to track it down only to realize that it cannot be “killed” or “maimed”.

You can opt to use it manually where you dish out the dose of frustration, or set it on automatic mode and see it deliver hours of fun for your favorite feline. All you need to do to have it work on its own would be to place it on a flat surface and turn it on. The Bolt will turn off by itself automatically after a 15 minute session, and make sure you have a quartet of AA batteries hanging around always to keep it juiced up.

I’m not quite sure whether Jon would fork out $19.99 for the Frolicat Bolt Laser Cat Toy when Garfield’s birthday rolls around…

6 reviews or comments

Matt Says: August 28, 2011 at 5:05 am

cats get really frustrated when they can’t catch the thing they’re chasing – you should always let your cat catch the ball/string/whatever every few minutes or they get worked up. toys like this make them feel awful and act worse.

PeterC Says: August 29, 2011 at 10:51 am

Okay, this “toy” is useless, it goes in a large circle every 3-4 minutes, along the circle it moves about 10 degrees, and pauses, then moves another 10 degrees…. don’t mistake this as something cats would actually play with or that is exciting for them. It DOES NOT squiggle all over the place as the ad implies.

Eletruk Says: August 29, 2011 at 5:16 pm

Wow, this is something we really needed. Because it’s really so much work to hold a laser pointer and move it around.

Really though? Says: August 30, 2011 at 4:57 pm

This is the dumbest thing ever. If you don’t want to deal with the cat then don’t get one! Duh

lais Says: August 30, 2011 at 5:01 pm

OMG! I don’t have a cat, but I think it’s amazing, I need!

Robert Brown Says: September 11, 2013 at 4:49 pm

i dont think my cat would be too pleased with the laser just going in a circle. he is usually quite a difficult customer to entertain, and i dont think this would really cut it for him.

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