Brought to you by zaKatz toys, the Clown Touch Activated Interactive Flopping Fish is an innovative tech toy for dogs and cats that realistically mimics the flopping of a stranded fish.
The life size zaFish comes with a cat nip attractor that is activated when touched and the mechanism can be removed and used in a replacement fish cover. Watch the video to see how cats throw the fish into the air.
– Motion sensor activated, but there is an off switch
– The tail flap has 3 realistic movement modes of a stranded fish
– Re-fillable porous Catnip bag for initial attraction to start the movement
– Re-chargeable battery through a standard Micro USB cable and charger
– Fully charged in one hour, one charge provides 150 movement cycles
The 3 realistic movements of a stranded fish will keep your cat entertained for hours. Made from a soft fabric, the zaFish contains a porous re-fillable catnip bag that will entice your cat to touch the fish, which will activate the motion sensor and the tail flap will cycle through the three-movement modes sequentially.
When not moved after a cycle completes, the zaFish will go into auto-sleep until it detects motion again. There is no need to turn off the zaFish unless you don’t want it to move (e.g. at night).
When charging the Touch Activated Interactive Flopping Fish using the micro USB cable, wait for the light to turn green before using. To replace the catnip in the re-fillable catnip bag, pull apart the Velcro on the side of the zaFish and insert the catnip bag in the pouch. Do not use loose catnip in the pouch as this may damage the mechanism.
The zaFish is not waterproof and for indoor use only. Water will damage the electronics and the warranty will be voided.
The mechanism contains a rechargeable Lithium battery and at the end of the battery life span, should be disposed as appropriate for batteries of this type.
Do not burn.
See a video with cats playing with the touch activated interactive flopping fish here
What’s in the box:
1 x zaFish
1 x USB Cable
2 x Catnip bags
1 x User guide