Published by: Ingrid King. Last Updated on: November 1, 2022 by Crystal Uys
This post is sponsored by RompiCatz and contains affiliate links*
Wand toys are one of the best ways to get your cat engaged with play and allow them to exercise their natural hunting an prey instinct. I’ve found that few toys are as well thought out and designed as the RompiCatz Critter Collector Series. RompiCatz founder Ellen T. has been creating toys that move and act like real prey for many years. Each toy is extensively tested by Ellen and her team of furry assistants and their many furry volunteers who gladly lend a helping paw.
The Critter Collector Series features life-like bugs designed to glide effortlessly thru the air or crawl or bounce along the floor, mesmerizing cats of all ages.
The toys are hand crafted with built-in safety features. They’re long lasting and durable, and with so many different attachments available, your cats will never get bored.
Allegra goes nuts for these toys. I absolutely love these toys, and I love the fact that Allegra can’t get enough of them. She gets easily bored with toys, but so far, she gets excited every time I bring them out of the closet.
The Critter Collector Series is available from RompiCatz’ website and from Amazon.
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About the author
Ingrid King is an award-winning author, former veterinary hospital manager, and veterinary journalist who is passionate about cats.