Buy your cat a fish.

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I’ve been known to spend a fortune on unappreciated cat toys to amuse our four footed furry family members.

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Some they like, some are banished to the drawer never to be batted again.

And then…

I bought a fish.

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Which Lord Dudley Mountcatten has given his Royal stamp of approval.

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He flings his fish all over the living room and happily chases it down.

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And while he usually rejects toys that move, shake, spin or make any type of noise, he’s made an exception for this motion activated catnip fish that flaps.

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You’ll have to trust me when I say he was going crazy for it, because in true cat fashion he stopped playing as soon as I started filming.

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Buy your cat a fish.

Tell them Lord Dudley sent you…

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26 thoughts on “Buy your cat a fish.”

  1. I’ll have to get one!
    I have a doorway hanging toy that’s a yellow bird with a rattle inside. All the cats love it!! The cord has a quick snap that requires a very stong tug. I sometimes find it in other rooms and once it was outside, nearly under the house.

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      1. One of mine loves feathers, the rest don’t care. Four like lasers (get the one shaped like a paw), but most don’t see the red dot.

        I’ve had great success with a kids fishing pole with a feather toy and bell on the end. I can spin it over my head like a bird, cast it near or far, let them take it or reel it back. Makes them insane!!

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  2. My cats Hated that Fish! They prefer toys that don’t move or make that noise. I had to get rid of it
    They wouldn’t touch it even after I took the battery out.
    However, they do like other Fish type toys that are soft so they can carry them around and flip them on their own.

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  3. I too spend way too much money on toys for Peanut! We just want them to be happy and entertained, right?
    That fish is hilarious. I can see why he’s a fan!

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  4. At Christmastime our vet was collecting gently used pet toys. Guess what ended up in their donation box? Our flopping catnip fish. Oh, sure, Cheddar liked it for a while, but tired of it eventually. I figured there was some other cat out there who would love it more (a la Dudley). And I’m super impressed with my cat toy self-control – my drawer is full, but it’s smaller than yours!

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