Laser Cat Toy - £9.99 @ Aldi - Pre-Order For Shipment 10/10
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Laser Cat Toy - £9.99 @ Aldi - Pre-Order For Shipment 10/10

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Posted 7th Oct
Pink Diamond Laser Cat Toy.....

This Electronic Laser Cat Toy provides 360° random laser patterns for cats to chase.

Your cat will never be bored at home again with the help of this Pink Diamond Electronic Laser Cat Toy . Perfect for keeping them busy, even when you're not home, this toy will grab their attention for hours on end. With slow, fast and random speeds you can find the best fit for your little fur ball and make sure they're happy all day long.

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Features
  • Three speed mode (slow, fast and random)
  • Rotating laser will keep your pet entertained for hours
  • 15 minute off-timer in random mode to prevent your cat from being over-stimulated and to keep the game exciting
  • The laser moves randomly across floors and walls which appeals to the natural hunting instinct of cats
  • 360 degree random laser patterns entice cats to dart, pounce and chase
  • Place toy on a flat surface before turning it on

Requires 3 x AA Batteries which are included

  • Available to pre-order today!
  • Estimated dispatch date: 10 October

Available in store from 10th October
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njl3007/10/2019 20:28

Suitable age: 18+ ! Could be a problem


As if an 18yr old cat would be chasing some lasers about.
Edited by: "oliviasgrandad" 7th Oct
Shame they don't make something similar for teenagers. Maybe something involving a WiFi phone jammer?

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Suitable age: 18+ ! Could be a problem
Will this work on a cat that doesn't have lasers as well?
njl3007/10/2019 20:28

Suitable age: 18+ ! Could be a problem


As if an 18yr old cat would be chasing some lasers about.
Edited by: "oliviasgrandad" 7th Oct
Bear in mind if you leave this on for more than 15 minutes, your cat may well suffer heart failure. Kitty Killer ain't such a marketing success.
Shame they don't make something similar for teenagers. Maybe something involving a WiFi phone jammer?

Can't see how this can be safe for a cat with extra light sensitive eyesight especially if it stares towards the source.
mikemod08/10/2019 08:40

Can't see how this can be safe for a cat with extra light sensitive …Can't see how this can be safe for a cat with extra light sensitive eyesight especially if it stares towards the source.


Do you even have a cat?
horsey08/10/2019 13:01

Do you even have a cat?


it could be dangerous, it's a....
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horsey08/10/2019 13:01

Do you even have a cat?


Yes, two thanks

Telling a human not to stare at the beam, as recommended in the instructions is fine but I'm not sure either of my cats would understand me, even though they are very smart.
Edited by: "mikemod" 8th Oct
Picked one up today. My cat's happy. No doubt it'll be gathering dust in a week.
Edited by: "xfield" 10th Oct
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