Compagnion Pet Robotcat


Companion Pet Robotcat

Companion Pet robot cats, Orange Tabby, Silver and Creamy White from Hasbro look, feel and sound like real cats. Companion Pets respond to petting, hugging and motion much like the cats you know and love. This two-way give-and-take helps create a personally rich experience that can bring fun, joy and friendship.

Compagnion Pet Robotcat is manufacturered by

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Rating

2 Votes & 4.5 Stars (out of 5)

Interaction with your cat

You can interact with the robot cat in different ways. Pet your cat's left cheek and it will nuzzle its head into your hand. Pet your cat's back - or behind its head - and it will purr happily. The more you pet your cat, the more relaxed it will get. It might even close its eyes and snooze.

Features of the cat

- Built-in sensors react to movement and contact.
- Realistic, soft coat. Looks and feels like a real cat.
- Cat-like movements and sounds.
- VibraPurr sounds and feels like real spiders.
- Batteries Included: 4 x 1.5VC Alkaline batteries.

Variants of this robot cat are Robotcat Creamy White, Robotcat Orange Tabby.

Interactive cat for companionship

This pet has been specially developed for the care of the elderly, but is certainly also intended for everyone else. It is a pet for everyone! Not only does this interactive cat look lifelike, it also has authentic sounds, a soothing spider and feels like a real cat! The "robot cat" has a nice soft coat.
In addition, the cat reacts to movement, but also to stroking and cuddling this is due to the built-in sensors. Baize the cat on the back of her head or back, then she cheerfully spiders. Of course the cat also has to relax. She will do this during a cuddly session. She closes her eyes and enjoyment can begin. When the kitten is not caressed for a few minutes, the eyes will also close and she goes to sleep. With a knock on her back she wakes up again. With friendly mincing, attention is occasionally asked.

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