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Gigwi Motion Activated Melody Chaser Mouse Cat Toy

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I251065-Gigwi Motion Activated Melody Chaser Mouse Cat Toy
I251065-Gigwi Motion Activated Melody Chaser Mouse Cat Toy I251065-Gigwi Motion Activated Melody Chaser Mouse Cat Toy I251065-Gigwi Motion Activated Melody Chaser Mouse Cat Toy I251065-Gigwi Motion Activated Melody Chaser Mouse Cat Toy I251065-Gigwi Motion Activated Melody Chaser Mouse Cat Toy

Product details

SKU
I251065
Pet
Cat
Material
Polyester
Toy Type
Interactive
Life Stage
Adult, Senior
Description
GiGwi Melody Chaser cat toys make lifelike sounds after the toy has been activated by movement. They are designed to satisfy your cats hunting instinct and to keep it on its paws. Remove the plastic cord to activate the toy and watch the chase begin! The GiGwi Melody Chaser Mouse toy makes a ‘squeaking’ mouse sound.
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