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Are Cats "Natural" Hunters and Predators?

By: Dr. Jon

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Yes, cats are natural hunters and predators. They are born to stalk and hunt. And nothing consumes them more than the chase!

But what is an indoor cat to do? Unless you have mice in your house (or a dog), your cat may have very little to stalk and chase.

Seriously, how can we provide indoor cats with something they can instinctively stalk and track? They need something that they can bat around with their paws and pounce on.

My staff and I came across a very cool mouse toy that claims to meet the needs of your cat's "inner hunter". It is called the Undercover Mouse. The American Pet Products Manufacturers Association rated it as the best new cat toy of 2008, giving it their Best In Show Award. But we had to see it for ourselves... So, Dr. Debra Primovic, our Managing Editor and one of our resident cat lovers, decided to give this product a try with her own kitties.

She (and her cats) LOVED it! This mechanical mouse darted frantically back and forth in perpetual motion - just out of full sight - tempting, teasing and enticing her kitties to pounce.

This is an awesome toy, especially for indoor cats that don't usually get to satisfy their natural instinct to hunt. With Undercover Mouse as their prey, they'll indulge themselves in the hunt for hours on end. And they'll love every minute of it! See this video of the Undercover Mouse in action. These kitties are playing with the Undercover Mouse and it's a riot!

To watch, just click on the video below:

Undercover Mouse


This toy really knows how to get a cat's attention. Here's the other thing I really like about it. The Undercover Mouse is as much fun for you as it is for your cat. (Seriously, it will make you HOWL!!)

Undercover Mouse is also an especially healthy toy for overweight cats because it naturally intrigues them into stalking, pouncing and playing. So if you've got a lazy "fat cat", Undercover Mouse could be just the thing to make your kitty more active.

So if you're looking for a great cat toy, take a serious look at the Undercover Mouse. I did ... and I think it's fantastic! I liked this toy so much that I wanted to make it affordable for to my PetPlace readers. So, I have arranged with to make the Undercover Mouse available for $5 off the retail price. To take advantage of this special offer, go to:

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