RompiCatz Adjustable String Wand Review

We received the RompiCatz Adjustable String Wand for review in June (almost 6 months ago!), but with Charlie’s severe allergies this past summer, I put a lot of our reviews on hold.

Now that he is doing so much better, we can finally post about it! I do not like to write or do a cat product review when our normal situation is out-of-whack, as I don’t feel like it’s fair to the product. Hence, the delay on posting about this wonderful product.

RompiCatz Adjustable String Wand Unboxing Video

The RompiCatz Adjustable String Wand is a toy that offers a lot of flexibility, making it easy to change up your play styles and also match the toy to your cat.

RompiCatz Adjustable String Wand (Bug)

Multiple Engaging Cat Wand Toy Attachments

When you buy the wand, you’re able to choose from a selection of toys. You can also buy the bundle with all of the toys included, or choose to add the other toys to your collection later, if you think your cat will like the variety.

The available toy attachments include a bug, a crinkle ball and a mouse.

The bug is made with real deer hair and a feather, and the mouse is made from real rabbit fur, both of which help to make the toys a lot more stimulating for your cat. The crinkle ball is made from plastic so it retains its shape as it is played with, and will continue to make those fun and satisfying crinkling sounds over time.

RompiCatz Adjustable String Wand Attachments Bug Mouse CrinkleBall

This flexibility means you can choose the best toy for your cat, based on what you know they like to play with. For example, Charlie was most attracted to the mouse and crinkle ball, whereas Trigg was most attracted to the bug and crinkle ball.

If your cat doesn’t tend to have one favorite, or they’re a kitten and still in that discovery stage where everything is interesting, buying all three lets you find the one that they’re most excited by, or you can use them all to just keep playtime varied.

How to Swap Out a Toy Attachment

Whenever you want to swap a toy, you just need to remove the cap from the base of the wand and loosen the string, before pulling it out from the top. Then feed the string for the new toy through the top, and secure it. You can see me doing this in our review video below.

We received the RompiCatz Adjustable String Wand for review in June (almost 6 months ago!), but with Charlie’s severe allergies this past summer, I put a lot of our reviews on hold.

Now that he is doing so much better, we can finally post about it! I do not like to write or do a cat product review when our normal situation is out-of-whack, as I don’t feel like it’s fair to the product. Hence, the delay on posting about this wonderful product.

Adjustable Wand Length

Securing it is very simple and also key for another feature – the adjustable length. All you need to do is decide how long you want the string to be and pull it to that length. It can be shortened to 1”, with a maximum length of 36”.

RompiCatz Adjustable String Wand (Bug)

Then coil the excess string at the base of the wand around your fingers, before then wrapping the end around the loops you’ve created a couple of times to hold it. You don’t need to tie a knot, which does make it a lot easier to then swap the toys later.

One of the great things about the adjustable wand toy by RompiCatz is that it can be easily stored by wrapping up the string and then storing the excess string into the wand’s handle. You won’t have a problem with the string getting interwoven and tangled with other toys.

RompiCatz Adjustable String Wand (Bug)

Because you can adjust the string length, you can change how your cat plays with the wand. Keep the string long if you want them to chase it and pounce for it, or make it short if you want to use it to guide them somewhere (ideal for getting them to climb a scratching post) or if you just want them to raise up – perfect for photos.

The wand is designed to be comfortable to hold, which makes it easier for you to play with your cat for longer sessions without your hand getting tired or sore. And it’s also compact when it’s time to put it away, since you can shorten the string and leave just the length of the wand, which is 18”, without needing to spend time detangling it when it’s next time to play. 

I truly love cat wand toys – and when a reader writes me and asks for a suggestion on a cat wand toy that will last, I will send them this one or the Rompicatz Mylar toys. These are high quality wand toys, made to last.

The adjustable string is also great for trying to get their attention for photos or for training them to use a cat scratching post, as you can see in our review video below:

RompiCatz Adjustable Cat Wand Toy Review Video


How often should you brush a Ragdoll?

You should aim to brush your Ragdoll cat twice a week. This is enough time to prevent hairballs from forming and will help to keep your cat’s coat smooth and clean. Leaving it longer could result in hairballs, and their fur may get matted if neglected.

It’s essential to ensure that you don’t just brush their main body, but you get the problematic areas, too. If you want to brush your Ragdoll cat more often than twice a week, you can, but it’s unnecessary. Suppose it’s something that your cat particularly enjoys. In that case, it can be an excellent, calm bonding session for you and your kitty.

How do you brush a Ragdoll cat?

You should brush a Ragdoll cat slowly and follow the natural direction of the hair where possible. You may use different tools for the body and trickier areas, like behind the legs. Keep your cat calm and free from distractions so they lie still while you groom them.

It would be best if you started brushing your Ragdoll cat at an early age to help them get used to the brush and the grooming process. The later you leave it, the more likely they are to resist. Positive reinforcement – using a treat when the brushing is over – helps to let your cat know that brushing is a positive experience.

How do you stop a Ragdoll from shedding?

You can’t stop a Ragdoll cat from shedding. It’s a natural process for them. Instead, make sure you feed them a healthy diet to maintain the quality of their coat and brush regularly to remove shed fur so that it doesn’t become matted or get eaten as a hairball.

Some people recommend bathing your cat to reduce shedding. Still, it’s not usually necessary, and cats generally hate baths, so they can be more trouble than they’re worth. A healthy and balanced diet and regular brushing are enough to control your Ragdoll cat’s shedding.

Buy the RompiCatz Adjustable Cat Wand Toy

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RompiCatz Adjustable String Wand Toy with Crinkle Ball, Bug, Mouse on Amazon.

How often should you brush a Ragdoll?

You should aim to brush your Ragdoll cat twice a week. This is enough time to prevent hairballs from forming and will help to keep your cat’s coat smooth and clean. Leaving it longer could result in hairballs, and their fur may get matted if neglected.

It’s essential to ensure that you don’t just brush their main body, but you get the problematic areas, too. If you want to brush your Ragdoll cat more often than twice a week, you can, but it’s unnecessary. Suppose it’s something that your cat particularly enjoys. In that case, it can be an excellent, calm bonding session for you and your kitty.

How do you brush a Ragdoll cat?

You should brush a Ragdoll cat slowly and follow the natural direction of the hair where possible. You may use different tools for the body and trickier areas, like behind the legs. Keep your cat calm and free from distractions so they lie still while you groom them.

It would be best if you started brushing your Ragdoll cat at an early age to help them get used to the brush and the grooming process. The later you leave it, the more likely they are to resist. Positive reinforcement – using a treat when the brushing is over – helps to let your cat know that brushing is a positive experience.

How do you stop a Ragdoll from shedding?

You can’t stop a Ragdoll cat from shedding. It’s a natural process for them. Instead, make sure you feed them a healthy diet to maintain the quality of their coat and brush regularly to remove shed fur so that it doesn’t become matted or get eaten as a hairball.

Some people recommend bathing your cat to reduce shedding. Still, it’s not usually necessary, and cats generally hate baths, so they can be more trouble than they’re worth. A healthy and balanced diet and regular brushing are enough to control your Ragdoll cat’s shedding.

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We received the RompiCatz Adjustable Cat Wand Toy for review from the manufacturer and also asked that they pay a small review fee.  Receiving the free product and the review fee did not influence this honest post.

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Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,

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2 Comments

  1. Patti A Johnson says:

    Another super pawesome & fabulous product review, Jenny honey! Such a fun product! TYSVM! Very well done! 🙂 <3

    Big hugs & lots of love & purrs!

    Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3 <3 <3

    1. Thanks, Patti- Trigg just loves the wand toys =)

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