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Pull the Cord and Kitty Critters Jitter!

If you've got a playful cat that can't get enough chase, consider picking up – and putting down – a collection of Jitter Critters ($8) for your feline's frisky fun. All you do is pull the string of the mouse, squirrel, tiger or hedgehog versions and let your kitty do the rest . . . plus, there are no risky batteries involved for those chew-prone pets. Purrrfect!

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kayleigh83 kayleigh83 8 years
haha well my cats are very jaded, most toys don't capture their interest. unless it's COVERED in catnip. we did buy one of these however, and our dog was entertained. we'd pull it, it would quiver towards her, she would bark and run away, and then sit about five feet away from it barking at it and trying to work up the courage to run and grab it. too funny!
jennjennnbubba jennjennnbubba 8 years
I have one of these but neither of my cats like it much. The first time or two, they wee curious and after that it just jitters all alone while the kittys wonder into other things.
jenehfur jenehfur 8 years
my friend got one of these for my cat. my cat could care less but my pom loves it!
KEG KEG 8 years
my chihuahua and my puggle have one (not an official pet toy) they both love it. my puggle will sit for an hour just pulling the string and letting it vibrate in her paws repeatedly.
HelloAnia HelloAnia 8 years
I got a hedgehog one at the dollar store. My two 6month old kittens were not too amused with it. :/ They prefer rolling empty film canisters across my kitchen floor... to each their own... I guess.
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