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We found 41 Reddit mentions of Cat Dancer Cat Toy Cat Charmer Safe Wand Teaser Colorful Fabric Ribbon Safe Flexible Exercise Toy 1 Pack. Here are the top ones.

Cat Dancer Cat Toy Cat Charmer Safe Wand Teaser Colorful Fabric Ribbon Safe Flexible Exercise Toy 1 Pack
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  • THE CAT’S PAJAMAS – The multicolor cat charmer teaser wand is a great way to play with your cat. Safe, simple, and one of the prime cat toys your favorite furry one will want. Whether light on its feet or not, your cat will love the cat charmer.
  • FELINE FINE – Aerobic exercise can keep your cat healthy, flexible, and full of fun. This interactive catdancer is designed to charm, not harm. Whether for kittens, cats, or kids, this exercise toy can keep them entertained for hours.
  • YOU’VE CAT TO BE KIDDING – A good toy given to the wrong pet can be a bad toy. No fear here! This interactive no harm cat dancer cat toy lets your favorite play cat and mouse with a colorful fabric ribbon it will love no matter what.
  • THE WHOLE KITTEN KABOODLE – Our interactive cat and kitten toy wands are made in USA and use a safe, strong polycarbonate wand and attaches to four feet of colorful fabric. This multicolor fleece stays connected to a rubber safety collar and has been tested to over thirty pounds.
  • PAWSITIVELY FUN – The clear polycarbonate wand is for you to hold; the cat chaser cat ribbon is for your cat to chase! Enjoy fun, exciting, interactive aerobic exercise with your kitten or cat.
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u/raybert · 9 pointsr/funny

We bought some fancy toy for our cat with feathers and all of this other crap and he couldn't stand it. I went on Amazon and bought this for $4.50. He absolutely loves it, #1 cat toy on Amazon for a reason I suppose.

u/Freepurrs · 8 pointsr/Eyebleach

It's called the "Cat Charmer" and is made by a company called Cat Dancer. It's just a super-long (approx 4-5 ft.) rainbow-colored string made of tough felt that's attached to a short plastic wand. We got ours on Amazon: non-affiliate link. Sometimes I tie it around my waist and walk around (doing chores etc), and my kitty "hunts" the string trailing after me 😺

u/emilyrose93 · 4 pointsr/secretsanta

I have two cats, and they really love a Cat Dancer type of toy - like this one.

To make it extra fun, I've attached a catnip filled toy to the end of it. The "Yeoww" brand catnip toys are by far the strongest, it's crazy smelly. My cats really like it.

u/dottiepalooza · 4 pointsr/funny

The recommended amount is often too much. If that amount makes him chunky, feed him less. Also, you can get him active with toys like these: link link link

u/beansandcharlie · 3 pointsr/catqueries

Have more of a routine with your kitten!
Start by having a long play session(10-20minutes) with a wand toy that you only bring out during this time. Have a variety of like 2 or 3 different wand toys, my favorites are:
Da Bird - this one is great because the wand part is super long so you can sit while still making your cat cover a lot of ground! ,Cat Dancer - For the feline who likes trash like toys but seriously this thing reminds me of a moth if you move it just right, cat charmer - just a great toy very durable great for cats who just like string!

After your long play session give your cat his dinner and he should be good for the night!
Cats natural routine is to hunt, eat, groom, sleep.
If you are still having issues you could try leaving out different types of cat enrichment to keep your cat entertained through the night. HERE is an article about the importance of enriching your cat and a few ideas!

u/llamalamaglama · 3 pointsr/AskVet

Vet student and cat lover here. Undersocialized kittens, kittens separated from their mom too early, and Bengals can all make challenging pets, so I'm not surprised you're having some trouble with that combination!

It sounds like your kitten has play aggression. Basically, he's bored and under-stimulated, and his pent-up energy is being directed towards you. Here's some information about play aggression from the SF SPCA, a well-respected behavior consultant, and VCA hospitals. I hope you'll find it useful!

My cat used to be play-aggressive, and here's what's worked for me:

  • Lots and lots of play. Aim for at least two sessions of 10-15 minutes per day of active play, and try to wear him out!

  • Try lots of toys! Kittens will have different preferences and may get bored over time, so switch things up. I'm giving some links of toys that, in my experience, cats go crazy over. They're not affiliate links, I don't work for the companies, and you can find them in pet stores as well: Cat catcher, Cat Charmer, Da Bird, and Cat Crazies A lot of cats also go crazy for foil balls and drinking straws if you throw them around. Try to have a variety of toys- wand toys, sparkle balls, bouncy balls, big catnip toys your kitten can kick, little catnip toys he can carry around, soft toys, plastic toys- you get the idea. If your cat is an ambush hunter, he may also like if you dangle a toy at one end of a cat tunnel so he can run through and grab it.

  • Try to engage in play before you see any signs of playfulness or aggression, and definitely learn to recognize those signs and act on them! I've found that while redirecting with toys is the smart thing to do, at that point, it's usually too late.

  • Cat tend to have a hunt-eat-groom-sleep cycle. Try to feed twice a day at regular times, and play for a bit first. Cats like being on a schedule.

  • More cat trees and build/buy cat shelves if you're able!

  • Wear shoes/boots in the house if you have to. Doing this saved my ankles, and I wonder if part of the reason he attacks you more than your BF is that you react more so it's more fun for him.

  • Food puzzles! Here's a site with a ton of options, including super cheap or free/recycled ones.

  • Look into clicker training! Good way to keep him physically and mentally occupied.

    I hope this helps! I realize I've just thrown a ton of info at you, and my main suggestion is to take just a couple little ideas and start incorporating them. Maybe find one toy he loves and use it twice a day, scatter his food over his cat tree or in an ice cube tray, and try to keep yourself covered so he can't hurt you.

    Also, definitely take him to the vet! I agree he can probably be neutered now or soon, it's always good to take new pets to the vet, and they may have behavior advice. Best of luck!
u/sancasuki · 3 pointsr/cats

He may be a little freaked out for the first few days. Try to keep the house quiet and calm. Cats hate loud noise, such as vacuum cleaners and blow dryers. They also are skittish around new people. Don't pick him up if you don't have to.

I read that wet food is much better for losing weight than dry food. Dry food has a lot of grain it. Occasionally give him some canned tuna (in water) for humans. My cats loved it much more than cat food. And if you are having a tuna sandwich give him the water. It's the perfect soup for cats.

You might want to buy a cat tree. You don't need it from day one but most cats love them. Make sure it's at least 6 feet tall. They love being high up. Makes them feel secure. They tend to stay at the top and don't use the lower portions much at all.

I recommend this toy:


u/dalesd · 3 pointsr/Pets

Maybe try some new toys?

I've been meaning to make a list of my cats' favorite toys. I have two cats, brother and sister, Millie and Smokey, now about 9 months old.

First, I can't explain it, but this carrot. I bought it on a whim at a pet store because it was on clearance and I thought it kind of looked like the Minecraft carrot and I thought it would be cute to see them playing with it. It comes with separate catnip container and you can fill the carrot with catnip, but I didn't use any. OMG, they go crazy for the thing. They get super possessive of it. If the other cat comes near, they'll growl and run away. Smokey likes to be chased when he has the carrot in his mouth. I lunge like I want to steak his carrot and he runs a few feet away, daring me to try to take it again. Millie will self-play with the carrot, batting it around on our hardwood floors. They've gone through two already. I think it's time to get a third.

Da Bird. It was recommended here and it's awesome. Something about the movement, the twirling, the colors, the noise. They can't ignore this thing. If the feather thing gets destroyed, replacements are available and cheap.

Cat Dancer 101. This is a stiff wire with some cardboard bits on one end. Move it and shake it a bit and I guess it looks like a flying insect. On the plus side, when they catch it, it's fairly easy to get them to release it.

Cat Dancer 301. This is Millie's favorite. She knows where I keep it and "leads" me to it at every opportunity. Like, first thing when I wake up and when I get home from work. It's a short stick with a long strip of fleece material. Wave it as you move in a circle and they're mesmerized. When they catch it, it's a bit difficult to get them to release it.

u/jassykangaroo · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

These wipes for when kitty gets into minor messies

And this extra gentle wash so you can give her baffs and play!

A leash to go on walks

Oldie but goodie toy

You're going to need a tag in case kitty wanders off, and a collar of course!

Deshedding brush to control the hairs

Clippers to trim the nails

u/supersonic_princess · 2 pointsr/Kitten

My cat loves these things. Just don't leave them out without supervision, because he might try to eat the ribbon.

u/discomposed · 2 pointsr/interestingasfuck

Looks similar to the one I bought. I started off with storing it in the linen closet after playtime, now I can't open my linen closet without one (or both) of my cats climbing the shelves looking for the toy. Up from a dead sleep at the slightest cracking of that door. Even the super lazy one acts like she's on crack when it comes out.

u/jonilholt32 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Baby Josie is beautiful! I had a Maincoon named Tiki. He lived to be 16! BEST CAT EVAH!!!!

She would love this: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0006VMN4O

A Mini me for her to snuggle with: http://www.amazon.com/Davey-Maine-Coon-Douglas-Cuddle/dp/B004YSH3Y0

A Kitteh tunnel!!!: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000EFMLBW?ie=UTF8&tag=maicoocatnat-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B000EFMLBW

Toys: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000PVTLWW?ie=UTF8&tag=maicoocatnat-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B000PVTLWW

Toys: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000IYSAIW?ie=UTF8&tag=maicoocatnat-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B000IYSAIW

Toys: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000M1B7I6?ie=UTF8&tag=maicoocatnat-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B000M1B7I6

And more toys: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0002DHV16?ie=UTF8&tag=maicoocatnat-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B0002DHV16

Maincoons LOVE to play and have that kitten play aspect to them for YEARS!!!Mine loved balls, and a good old laser pointer was the best thing ever. He would get running after that red dot, and couldn't stop well on our hardwood floors and would slide in walls....

Oh and a cat bed on top of the Fridge would be great for your girl. Tiki always slept on top of the fridge :)

u/SkySeaSkySeaaaa · 2 pointsr/Wishlist

You don't think you have expensive tastes until everything vheap on your wishlists are for the cats! But it's hard to spend more money when they get bored of toys so fast!




u/MotherCybele · 2 pointsr/Pets

As long the raised voice happens the exact moment he is naughty it shouldn't be a problem. Try this- put him on set meal times and have your mother be the one to feed him. He will associate mom=food. Also have set play time for him and your mother in the evening. Most cats really love the da bird and the cat dancer. She needs to really engage him with the toy. Get him pouncing, leaping, stalking, and running until he is completely tuckered out. This should take anywhere between 5 and 15 minutes. Stick to the schedule and the yowling should stop, unless it is related to something other than your parents coming home. Good luck!

u/Hyper_Threaded · 2 pointsr/Pets

there are 2 toys that were listed in Amazon as foolproof for this very thing.

One is Cat Dancer

The other one I can't find. It is a wand with a thin wire that cats cannot see, on the end is the worlds tiniest mouse. And they are both ranked incredibly high for cat interaction and interest.

My experience is that they both actually work. My cat is known for watching me play with her toys too

u/sarahnicole97 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This is a collage of my pit bull, Angel, and my cat, Suki (:

~I wub my animals~

We're not too sure about Angel's background, since we rescued him off of the streets, but considering the fact that he was scared of literally EVERYTHING for about 2 months, we think he came from an abusive home. He still struggles with anxiety and fear, but he's getting better and better everyday (: He's so sweet, and loves of snuggle!

Suki, our Calico, was also a rescue. We weren't too sure about bringing her into our house, considering the fact that we already have 2 pit bulls there. But Suki is an odd individual. Somehow, she has managed to become the "alpha" of our group of pets!! The dogs know not to mess with her, because she WILL bite back, lol! But she is affectionate and friendly with all people, and doesn't hide under the bed like other cats. She also goes outside every night and hunts for us! It's kind of disgusting, but adorable (:

Lol believe it or not, This toy will thoroughly entertain both Angel and Suki!
Thank you for the contest!

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Helloooo, my love! While I believe you should always take a little time to gift yourself, never forget your furry baby! :D

I don't know if you have one of these but they're fun and great interactive play for you and your kitty! <3

u/Shortcircuit05 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I think you need to buy one of two things for your kitten:

  1. Pounce treats because it brings back memories of me when I was young trying to eat them when I was pretending to be a cat! And, I always remember my cats loving those things. BONUS: I seem to recall them actually tasting sort of like chicken.
  2. The Cat Dancer because you can spend endless hours playing with your cat and watching it chase the fabric around the room!
u/purrImacatpurpur · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

socks... + cat toy + used book = 20.08

I went a little over :( I too want the snow, snow go away thing to happen.

And, you are very pretty :)

u/stikeymo · 2 pointsr/Pets

My cat's favorite toy up until recently was just a simple cat dancer toy - she'd get excited by it and play with it. However, I recently made a 'toy' out of an old sock stuffed with catnip. She'd also get excited and bat that around the room...

The clincher was tying the sock to the end of the cat dancer - it's simply ridiculous. She'll be panting after chasing it for upwards of twenty minutes, and then meow constantly at me if I stop playing with it! Such a cheap and effective toy!

u/kayleighh · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Sorry you're bored at work. I hope your week gets more exciting. Make me smile, Rasta!

My cat and I would love to have this to play with. :)

u/msscrabble · 1 pointr/cats

I'm very glad she is on a diet! Get some cat wand toys (http://amzn.to/1390BRi, http://amzn.to/10O9psF, http://amzn.to/11uazIy) for her to chase around and schedule 20 good minutes of play every day. My cats are indoor cats - it's definitely possible to keep them fit and healthy if they stay inside. Stick to the weight loss though, I guarantee you that she'll be happier and have more confidence once she gets some of that weight off her poor little legs.

u/Kativla · 1 pointr/Pets

My cat is a bird hunter too. She'll only play with things that we can lift or move--no balls/laser light/toy mice/anything.

Try fishing toys with feathers on them, especially ones on plastic tubing that can bounce. She also likes this.

u/doublestop23 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You can't pick your friends nose

You have a cat wishlist, so [this] (http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0002DHV16/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=3RX4OBHFNZU8S&coliid=IHO1HLIBROB0Y&psc=1) might be something you'd like to have.

u/PhileasMyLove · 1 pointr/RandomActsForPets

Philly would LOVE to play with one of these with me! There is other buying options since you don't have prime. And also, I can change my address to a US one. :)

u/nerdalertdirt · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

My name is Flynn Rider. I want to be friends with Hanners and Viktor. If I had to choose, I'd love to spend time with Viktor because I need some new cat friends. My mommies are driving me crazy! I can't have any fun ever :( I would love one of these since the one I had before broke.

Here's a toy that I think is the best and you would sure love! I am a simple cat who gets enterained by anything shiny

u/showurnuts · 1 pointr/RandomActsForPets

This toy for my kitty! :) Thanks for doing this!

u/ThatHowlingWolfhound · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I want to be friends with Hanners and Viktor.

But I'd love to spend a day with Viktor because I'm a sucker for cute little kitty cats, even though I'm a tattooed metalhead with green hair. Love those little cuties <3

Also, here's my kitty. Can't wait to see him again in a few hours after months of being away!

He asked me to put this on here, because he chewed through his a while ago and would love to have another one sometime.

u/salziger · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Galileo Figaro Magnifico Sirius Snape Land-Hugger LaDue

Haha I love the name! My first dog had a similarly long and hodge-podge full name. This cat toy would be fantastic for my foster babies. Thank you for the contest :)

u/ZubinJohnson · 1 pointr/cats

Cat Teaser wand like this (flirt pole is actually the term used for a similar toy for dogs):


u/superstretch21 · 1 pointr/Pets

My cat is a real fatty and isn't into toys that much but he LOVES the Cat Charmer. It will have you and your kitty running around the whole house! Honestly one of the best toys I've ever tried. It's pretty cheap and the reviews are really good, highly recommend.

u/silvernarnia · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Prime Time!

My kitty would love this. =)

Thanks for the contest!

u/redsharpie8 · 1 pointr/cats

I totally agree with TheCatGuardian's post. We just adopted our first cat from a shelter and he is 8 months old, and honestly he's still a bit of a handful at times (but that should be expected with any new pet). Try to get one over a year, if not closer to 2 years, as ours is still learning how to play nice and not nipping our ankles to get attention. My husband has always had cats, but this was my first pet and we adopted because I've always wanted one. I did a ton of research and here's what I would suggest as far as supplies:

A high sided litter box with rim - to keep them from kicking litter around and the high walls help keep everything inside. I didn't waste the money on litter liners. They seem gimmicky to me.

Pooper Scooper - It's cheap and gets the job done. Nothing else needs to be said about it.

Stainless Steel Bowl(s) - This one gets good reviews and is the perfect size for their food. You can get two, one for wet and one for dry food. Though I got this one for dry and got a cute oval dish at walmart for ~$2 for his wet. Whatever you want.

Slightly larger bowl for water - Make sure they have plenty for fresh water. I give him new water in the AM and evening after work. I know a lot of people rave about water fountains...but honestly I didn't want to spend the money initially, and my kitty seems to be perfectly fine drinking from the bowl. It'd be worth it to see how your cat feels about the bowl...esp since they will be drinking from bowls at the shelter...they shouldn't be too picky. You can spoil them later on if you decide to, but definitely not necessary.

A safety collar - Make sure it is either a break-away or elastic to ensure the cat doesn't get strangled if it climbs and gets stuck on something and is hanging by its neck. I liked this one because it didn't have an annoying bell, though some like the bell to let you find your cat in the house. The collar also ensure that if the cat gets out anyone who finds him will know he belongs to someone and isn't just a feral cat that they can take for themselves.

Scratching Board - Simple and good reviews. Seems like it will last. You can also get one or two cardboard cheaper ones and see what they prefer to scratch on. My cat doesn't really scratch that much...he uses the scratching posts that are part of his cat tree.

Cat Perch - This is the one we got so he can look out the window. It seems like a good balance of expense and functionality...especially at first. The cat might not even like jumping up on things, so at least this is a safe buy since it's not that tall but still lets them get up off the floor.

Cat bed - This one is highly reviewed and really durable. It's machine washable and will last forever. I really love this bed.

Simple toys at first: Wand Toy, Jingle Balls, Ball Circle Thing, Little Catnip Critter. He also likes paper bags, toilet paper rolls, and his laser pointer. I highly recommend the laser pointer...ours is green.

Greenies Treats

As far as food, you want to ask what they feed at the shelter and get a bag of that at first even if you read online that it isn't "the best." We wanted to get our cat on a mainly wet food diet, so we left his shelter dry food out at night, and gave him half a can of wet food in the morning before work, and half a can at night beofre bed ~9PM, and took the dry food away while the wet food was out. We feed him Friskies Pate...it's actually pretty good for the price. People will get passionate about cat food. Honestly Friskies is fine for us now...they sell it in bulk at Sam's.

Litter - you want to use the kind they use at the shelter so they have comfort in that. You can switch later if you want.

You might also want to get nail clippers and a brush. Our cat is long haired and I like using a comb, but it's really up to you.

As far as gimmicks I would assume that if it seems like a luxury it probably isn't necessary. Cats are very happy with simple things. The vitals are what I listed...a bathroom, food and water (bowls), a few toys, somewhere to scratch, somewhere to get up off the floor, and a safety collar. The bed isn't absolutely vital, but it's nice for them to have somewhere that they feel secure and happy...even if they don't use it at first.

u/spacey_kc · 1 pointr/Pets

My cat also has an issue with string (to the point that she tries to eat the cat fisher toys and growls if you try to take it away), but in my experience this has been a good compromise: http://www.amazon.com/Cat-Dancer-301-Charmer-Interactive/dp/B0002DHV16/ she's not as enthused about it as string (what could compare?) but she will play, and jump, and run after it, and tug at it when she wants someone to play with her.

u/unitool · 1 pointr/videos

I bought this thing -

CAT DANCER Cat Toy Cat Charmer Safe Wand Teaser Colorful Fabric Ribbon Safe Flexible Exercise Toy 1 Pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0002DHV16/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_iTaCCbA6HF8ZQ

If my cat starts to get bored with a certain toy, I’ll just put that toy away for a month or two until the toy becomes interesting again.

u/Shufflebuzz · 1 pointr/Pets

A few more thoughts:

While she remained wary of us, she still liked to play.

Toys she liked are the Cat Dancer and the Cat Charmer and Da Bird.

She got so focused on the toy, she forgot I was there. Then she'd suddenly realize she was about a foot away from me and she'd panic just a little.

Now when she wants to play she leads me to the closet where we keep those toys.

A catnip blanket might be useful too. We got ours at a craft fair, but they are on ebay and Amazon too. It's a small 12"x18" blanket with catnip inside. This gets her so happy and relaxed. It's part of my plan to get her comfortable on my lap.

u/hotpinkfishfood · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I have a puppy named Barney he's about 7 months old and we adopted him about 2 weeks ago. He's adorable and I love him. I also have a cat named Kitty. She will be 4 in July and I actually had her mom (she was hit by a car 2 years ago) Kitty was born in my kitchen. I love her too. :)

I can't decide so you pick. This for Barney or this for kitty. :)

I know I picked this for Barney but I think your doggies would like it too.

u/CelticMara · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
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  • I have three kitties: Tiny, silky black one named Whisper; her normal-sized son the stripey Siamese with crinkly ears and the heart of a Golden Retriever; and our rescue baby Lupercalia the Egyptian Mau, who has abandonment issues and will do anything to make us laugh. Here is the album from my intro last week.

  • This toy looks fun for kitties.

  • I don't have any dogs.