Cat Dancer 101 Cat Dancer Interactive Cat Toy Review

Last Updated on October 23, 2021 by Jenny

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Cat Dancer 101 Cat Dancer Interactive Cat ToyThe Cat Dancer 101 is probably one of the more popular cat toys on the market as well as one of the most inexpensive! Floppycats’ reader, Piper, sent us a few e-gift codes so that we could redeem them for this and the Omega Paw bed.  She wanted to know how Charlie and Trigg liked each one.  I thought that was super sweet and generous of Piper! The Cat Dancer 101 is literally just a piece of wire with paper do-dads on each end – you’ll see what I mean in the final review video below. I think this is a great little inexpensive toy for the cat lover and his or her cats.  It provides entertainment for humans, exercise for your kitty and an opportunity for you to bond with your kitty.  Win  – win – win! You can buy the Cat Dancer 101 Cat Dancer Interactive Cat Toy on Amazon.  Charlie and Trigg immediately liked the Cat Dancer Interactive Cat Toy, as you can see in the arrival video:
Here is our final review video:
We received the Cat Dancer for review indirectly from a Floppycats’ reader.  Receiving the free product did not influence this post.

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17 thoughts on “Cat Dancer 101 Cat Dancer Interactive Cat Toy Review

  1. ChristyB says:

    Do you have an affiliate link up for the Spring toys? I searched and searched but can’t find it – help!!

    Thank You!!

  2. Patti Johnson says:

    Great review, Jenny! Lurved the videos! So adorable and funny! I think Pink Sugar would lurve one of these. I’ll definitely have to get her one!

    Big hugs!

    Patti & Pink Sugar (who sez “Buy me schtuffz nowz!”) 🙂 <3

  3. Dementia Boy says:

    Really, you can’t have enough wand toys. Each is a little bit different; they *seem* to exercise different muscles. (Yeah, right, what do I know about exercise? Walk to the refrigerator, retrieve, consume, repeat.)

    I’m using your checkbook stub idea on my cat dancers now, as Izzy can gobble the rolled-up cat dancer paper in five seconds flat. Izzy does the bird chatter when she sees/hears the check stub dancers. Usually she makes a bleating sound–not a squeak, not a meow–when she sees a wand toy. Jolie yawns.

    The only wand toys I won’t have in the house are those with elastic. Izzy pulls them taut, and then BOING!! Straight for the eye.

  4. Teresa says:

    Got one of these in their “Spoiled Rotten Box” and they love it. Use it by alternating it with Da Bird, and they love it. Very good toy! Thanks for the cute video!

  5. ChristyB says:

    I have one that I attached a large binder clip to and put it in a drawer inside a cabinet so that it hangs out and Prossimo can play with it on his own. The binder clip is just a weight and prevents it from coming out of the drawer.

    He likes to lay under the cabinet and bat at it whenever he wants.

    I would rate it the best cat toy ever based on the price and the fact that Prossimo never tires of playing with it!

  6. Melanie Bridenstine says:

    Thanks for the video Jenny. We also love the cat dancer in our house. I have it wedged in a door crack.

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