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Carole Stephens
• Friday, 22 January, 2021
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PAW Patrol Adventure Bay Wooden Play Table By Kid Kraft with 73 Accessories Included Be ready for plenty of laughs and giggles with this Set of Six Paw Patrol Beetles Wobble Toys.

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This Paw Patrol Beetles play set is fun to play with since they don't fall down. These Beetles toys make a thoughtful gift idea for a birthday, holiday or any other occasion.

DescriptionGive your kitty the thrill of the hunt with the Pet links Dizzy Thing Electronic Spinning Cat Toy. Designed to activate your pal’s prey-chasing instinct, it spins and rolls erratically to grab his attention and get him pouncing, swatting and leaping in no time.

It has felt “ears” and a goofy feathery top to keep your pal engaged, and provides much-needed exercise to keep him fit, even if he loves being inside. Plus, the battery-run motor is ultra-quiet, so it won’t startle even the most skittish of kitties.

Key Benefits Activates your kitty’s prey-seeking instinct with felt “ears” and goofy feathery tuft on top. Erratic spinning action stimulates your kitty, so he’ll be ready to pounce, swat, chase and tackle the toy.

Turns playtime into exercise time to keep your pal fit and healthy, whether he’s an indoor or outdoor kitty. Works on carpets and hard floors, so your feline buddy can play anywhere in your home.

Filter reviews by star rating Upon opening and pulling the plastic pull tab to operate the batteries, the toy would barely move.

I wondered if it was broken, but once we took out the batteries included with it and put our own in, the petals spun as promised. However, my cat is too afraid of this toy to use it (the petals hit her in the eye the first time she got close).

I agree with other reviews that the on button was hard to find, but my problem with it is that it spins for a couple of minutes, then shuts off. My cat loved it, but then the battery died, and the screw to remove it is so uneven, the small screwdriver I had wouldn't even open it.

Unfortunately, the package instructions were not very clear, and it took a couple of days to finally find the “on/off” button which is just a slight indention on the smooth body of the toy. So, the first outing, it ran down the batteries because we couldn't figure out how to turn it off.

The kitten I bought this for is very energetic and had a great time batting it, running away from it, and hiding under cover to “attack” it. When it spins, the top “wings” swirl out and make it look like a little “critter” rolling around the room.

My tiny kitten loved it, but it broke within 5 minutes. It took a minute for him to decide the spinning could be easily stopped, then he began dragging it away (as if to say “Mine!”).

My cats have played with it without it actually being “on” because I totally forgot it was battery-operated. My new kitten was playing with it and pushed on the button, and it started spinning around, I was startled LOL.

My kitten loves it even when it’s not “on”, it rolls around on tile and Berber carpet like a Feeble Wobble. When “on” it spins in one direction, stops, then spins the other direction, so really it doesn’t matter if it is on carpet or not it will work fine, I’ve had this toy for a long time.

My cats have played with it without it actually being “on” because I totally forgot it was battery-operated. My new kitten was playing with it and pushed on the button, and it started spinning around, I was startled LOL.

My kitten loves it even when it’s not “on”, it rolls around on tile and Berber carpet like a Feeble Wobble. When “on” it spins in one direction, stops, then spins the other direction, so really it doesn’t matter if it is on carpet or not it will work fine, but of course slides around a lot on tile or flat floors adding to the fun.

It is very entertaining for the cat and the leaves are very soft, so it doesn’t hurt when it hits him in the face or you in the foot. I’ve had this for probably four years, and it still works fine, I haven’t even replaced the batteries, but of course until recently we haven’t been using the battery operation.

It entertained 1 for about 5 minutes BUT, my 100lb lab loves it!! We could spend hours trying to tip them over, but of course (thanks, physics), the egg-like creatures remain standing.

The main factor that made this elastic toy, so fun was seeing how far you could stretch the short, buff man without causing any tears in his rubber arms. While Teddy Ruin was a little creepy to some, the fact that the toy could READ STORIES TO YOU was pretty freaking' cool.

Especially if your mom or dad was too tired to read that bedtime story to you. We can only hope that when you did show everyone whose boss that you looked as cool as these kids did.

Today's kids would be horrified to know that spell check wasn't always a “thing.” Yep, believe it or not kids people actually had to learn how to correctly spell words.

We're wiling to bet a hefty sum that you had one of these in your house growing up. All you had to do was stick a film disc in the cartridge, and it'd take you all over the world in seconds.

You probably couldn't go anywhere in the '70s without hearing the “clacking” sound that was made famous by this popular toy. Pronounced with hard “Gs,” this game was the ultimate sibling showdown.

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1 www.adorocinema.com - http://www.adorocinema.com/filmes/filme-225717/creditos/
2 www.imdb.com - https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3385516/fullcredits
3 pt.wikipedia.org - https://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/X-Men:_Apocalypse