Cats in the wild are largely nocturnal hunters, with a preference for dawn and dusk, when their natural prey species are more active. Their hearing is ultra-sensitive and, as the sun sets, their sight and hearing become much more acute, allowing them to be effective hunters in the dark. Domestic cats retain these natural instincts and are often playful and active during the night.
Soft lights twinkle and flash as kitty pounces and plays
Blinking lights are touch activated and automatically turn off when kitty is ready to rest
Rapid movement of lights inspires kitty's natural instinct to hunt and chase
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