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Frolicat Bolt Takes The Effort Out Of Playing With Your Cat

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By Chris Scott Barr

I have a cat, and like most other felines she loves laser pointers. I generally spend a little bit each day using it to drive her crazy. It really doesn’t take much effort, and it entertains me almost as much as it does her. However, if you don’t feel like putting all of the effort into waving you wrist around, you can get a device to do it for you.

The Frolicat Bolt is a laser pointer that moves around on its own. You can set it on a table (or any other surface really) and have it move the laser in a random pattern for 15 minutes, after which time it will automatically turn off. You can also put it on manual mode and use it like an ordinary pointer. If you’re too busy to keep up with your cat, you can pick one of these up for just $20.

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  • Anonymous

    I am somewhat embarrassed to say that my girlfriend had just purchased this for our cats. Though I have not thoroughly investigated it as of yet it appears to be a laser mounted on a stepper motor reflected off of a manually controlled mirror. When you are not operating it by hand it can only go in a circle not that the cats seem to care as long as it keeps moving.

  • Anonymous

    I am somewhat embarrassed to say that my girlfriend had just purchased this for our cats. Though I have not thoroughly investigated it as of yet it appears to be a laser mounted on a stepper motor reflected off of a manually controlled mirror. When you are not operating it by hand it can only go in a circle not that the cats seem to care as long as it keeps moving.

  • Smivey

    So much easier than just burning out your cat's retinas on your own.

  • Smivey

    So much easier than just burning out your cat's retinas on your own.

  • http://www.terrazzofloorpolishing.net/ Maintaining Terrazzo BocaRaton

    You can also put it on manual mode and use it like an ordinary pointer