The 7 Best Battery-Operated Toys to Keep Your Cat Active

Cats require a lot of playtime to be at their happiest and healthiest. In an ideal world, we’d all have endless hours to play with our frisky cats. Unfortunately, that’s not reality for most of us. The good news is that there are battery operated toys that can provide your cat with hours of interactive play, even when you aren’t home!

1. SmartyKat Hot Pursuit
The Hot Pursuit mimics the erratic movements of a real mouse chase.



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2. Catit Design Senses Speed Circuit
The Senses Speed Circuit uses motion-activated balls and a pee-a-boo track to drive your cat wild. New segments can easily be added to this toy to keep things new and exciting.

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3. Fling-Ama-String
The Fling-Ama-String received the Best in Show/Best New Cat Product award at the Global Pet Expo. This toy hangs on any doorknob and flings a string back and forth to keep your cat active.


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4. Catit Senses Roundabout
The Senses Roundabout features a catnip-filled ball and bristles that glow in the dark!


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5. SmartyKat Loco! Motion 
The Loco! Motion is an automated wand toy that dangles and wiggles feathers on a string in front of your cat.


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6. FroliCat Pounce
The yellow mouse in the Pounce toy moves around erratically, hides, and twitches. It even has variable speeds to change it up.

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7. HEXBUG Robotic Mouse
The Robotic Mouse mimics a real mouse with random movements. This toy can even navigate around objects and find its way out of corners.

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