Neko Flies’ Kitty Cada Cat Toy

Post Published on March 16, 2011 | Last Updated on March 16, 2011 by Jenny

Neko Flies’ Kitty Cada is named after a cicada, an insect with large eyes wide apart on the head and usually transparent, as well as well-veined wings. Cicadas are also known as "jar flies" and, regionally, as July flies in the Southeastern United States, and as "heat bugs" in Canada and the Midwest.

Nekoflies' Kitty Cada Cat Toy
Neko Flies’ Kitty Cada Cat Toy – your cats will surely love chasing them around as you wiggle it along the floor. What really drives them crazy are the life-like movement of the kitty cada. This is a one-of-a-kind interactive exercise for your kitty and can also boost in his/her skills.
With Nekoflies, you and your cat can experience all these exciting features/benefits:
  • Realistic looking critters with life-like movements
  • Appealing to a cat’s natural hunting instinct
  • Quality hand crafted workmanship
  • Durability and Safety
  • Fun interactive bonding experiences
  • Boos in exercise
  • Both ends of the string are sewn so that there are no hard attachments near the cat’s face, when flicking the toy.
  • Neko flies cat toys are all made using synthetic and natural materials.
  • There is a minimum amount of glue used, and all glue is non-toxic.
  • The back end of the toys have a foam pad covering the end of the shank to protect cats while flicking the toy.
  • The rods are made from acrylic, and the handles are plastic.

Nekoflies’ Kitty Cada Cat Toy has a tag price of USD $9.93 on for an endless fun and entertainment.

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