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I know they make tons of stuff even mouse shaped. My concern would be that Toby knocks it upside-down and can't go again until I right it.

Any suggestions on what you have used.

This one seems super cool, but not for $130



 

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I have two RMC toy cars. One is a small sports car and the other is a bigger truck. I started with the car but it was too low, it kept getting stuck on the carpeting. Then I got the truck. Book chases that silly thing all over. He doesn't tackle it or anything, just chases it.
 

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I have a battery powered toy called the Weasel ball. Cats have a blast ! Has a furry " weasel like tail" on it and the battery rolls it in goofy directions.

 

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Wylde, I bought that Weazel toy at a street fair in Vienna last year but then realized that you have to use a screwdriver to change the batteries each time, so I've never used it. When I bought it I wasn't sure if it was appropriate for cats. I paid over $10, though, which is a fortune compared to the price on your link. Was it difficult to insert the batteries?
 

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I bought a bal that flashes as they roll it around, today at Wal-Mart. I havnt been home yet to see if she will like it but I believe she will (anything with lights).

I will have to try a remote control car. I think she will love it. I know she loves the nerf gun. Chases after those nerf bullets like a bat out of ****. :)
 

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Toby didn't care for the ball that flashes colors when you roll/bounce it.

Past cats usually just stared at remote control cars, but like I said, i want to try one and hope to find one that doesn't flip or is self righting
 

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Wylde, I bought that Weazel toy at a street fair in Vienna last year but then realized that you have to use a screwdriver to change the batteries each time, so I've never used it.
No screwdrivers where you live???
 
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