FelineFisher named one of the best interactive cat toys by the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University in Catnip (March 2013 edition) their newsletter for caring cat owners.
The newsletter goes on to say, “Amazingly sturdy and deceptively simple, the Fisher can ― in the hands of a skilled operator ― simulate almost any kind of prey, from a skittering insect to a scurrying mouse, a jumping frog to a fluttering bird. The lure is simply a scrap of denim ― but to cats, it’s pure magic.”
In an article by Monique Balas of the Oregonian, The Amazing FelineFisher is featured – take a few moments to give it a read!
When my beloved cat Junior (a 10-year old tabby) passed away two years ago, I was positive I would never own another cat. As much as I love them, I was too heartbroken at the thought of losing another pet. Occasionally I would wander into PetsMart and find myself looking at the cats and kittens available for adoption through the Cat Adoption Team in Sherwood, OR.
One day I ran met the most adorable kitten and I was instantly smitten! I adopted her immediately. Foxy is a Maine Coon, a cat like I have never owned before.
After tearing through many of the cheap, plastic fishing-style cat toys, we were delighted to run across The Amazing FelineFisher! Foxy (who is hard on her toys), can’t get enough of her FelineFisher, and loves our time together with it. It provides her with exercise, fun, and – I believe – mental exercise as well.
~ Lorinda & Foxy