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Do you think this is a good idea for a toy?

post #1 of 8
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Poppy's attacking it but he seems to enjoy it. I'm not sure though. Am I encouraging aggression?


post #2 of 8
That's a great toy!. No, it won't encourage aggression, but it will help wear him out. Actually, if he starts attacking your hands or feet, this would be a great way to redirect his energy.

I love the picture of him biting the lions butt! He looks so fierce!
post #3 of 8
No, I think it's a fine toy. All kittens will attack something, better a toy than something valuable (or your feet).
post #4 of 8
It's a GREAT toy. I got a similar one (a tiger) for my former cat, and she loved to attack it; it didn't make her the least bit aggressive (except with the tiger).
post #5 of 8
It's a wonderful toy. Cats always attack something, wether it's a feather, a peice of yarn or a stuffed animal. Just make sure you don't let her attack your hands, and when she does redirect her attacking towards this toy. She needs to know that hands are not toys.
post #6 of 8
Looks like a good toy to me.

My kitties have a pair of rolled up athletic socks they've been hunting for months. No matter where I throw them in the house, they magically "appear" by my bedroom door a few hours latter. Tattered. Clawed. Bitten. They kill those socks over and over and bring 'em to show daddy.

Beats a dead squirrel!
post #7 of 8
Looks like a great toy! My JuneBug loves my Kitty stuffed animal that i have had since i was 4, it has a rattle in it and causes her to go crazy! But I tried getting her a replacement of another cat animal with a rattle and she will play with it but not as much lol.
post #8 of 8
Oh yes! My two cats have a badger stuffed animal they like to attack. Less now then when they were kittens.
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