Dirk versus the 4cats Premium Cat Wrestler

4cats have released a new premium range of toys and Dirk was one of the lucky cats that got to test the new toys! He loves his old 4cats toys so how about this new range?

This look says it all, right?!

This Cat Wrestler is a really great toy for him. Dirk loves kicking and hugging it. It has catnip inside – as you will have read in Renegade’s review the versions with the blue and green strings contain catnip. It’s not too much catnip that drives him nuts, but it’s enough to get him curious about the toy. The fabric is soft and quite strong, strong enough to withstand his kicks 😉

Dirk is not too interested in the tassels. As far as he’s concerned these tassels make it easier for me to take his toy away and he does not like that! However, I do like them as it makes it easier for me to play with Dirk and the Wrestler – not taking your toy away Dirk just trying to have fun together 🙂

Dirk is an only cat so the concept of sharing is alien to him. But then, most cats – whether they live alone or share a home with other cats – don’t like sharing anything anyway. If you live with several cats with strong hunting/kicking skills then I’d do the same as what’s recommended with litter trays: 1 for each cat + 1 extra, then there’s never a fight over who gets to wrestle with this toy 😉

This is me with my lovely cat Dirk! Let me tell you something about both of us.
I work as a cat sitter for Cat Care London and am basically surrounded by cats 24/7! I also occassionally walk dogs or board hamsters or rabbits, which Dirk doesn’t seem to care about at all!
Dirk is roughly 8 years old. I got him 6 years ago from a shelter. Dirk is truly the most loving and lovable cat I know. He is very interested in people and loves being cuddled a lot. Dirk spends most of his time relaxing with me or anywhere around the house really. He is also quite playful and loves the games that involve interaction the most.

3 thoughts on “Dirk versus the 4cats Premium Cat Wrestler

  1. Dirk looks like he’s having great fun with his wrestler! I think 1 per cat would be an ideal, but that would be a big outlay for large multi-cat households such as ours. Instead, we’ve opted to get one per established group (which I’ve recently read is the new thinking regarding litter boxes. One per established group, plus one extra. Would be interested if anyone else has seen this?).
    Will let you know if that’s enough once we give the cats the wrestlers. 🙂

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