The Catit Design Senses Play Circuit is a toy which your cat will love. This fun game was created to stimulate all of your cat’s senses. Cats have a highly developed sensory system and see and hear things that we cannot even start to imagine. They see and hear things which we cannot and they experience the world in a very different way to us. These well-developed senses are very important when hunting and the Catit Design Senses range provides your cat with activity centres and toys which allow it to indulge its extraordinary sense of sound, taste, feel and smell as well as satisfying its natural instincts. Peep hole design: There are peep holes in the track so that your cat can see, nudge and chase the ball. Grey-green ball: The ball is constructed to attract your cat’s attention. Please note: this ball does not light up. Illuminating balls can be purchased separately. Circuit can be extended: Additional elements can be used to extend the track. The Catit Play Circuit at a glance: Total length approx. 110 cm 6 pieces: 4 play track pieces: 24 x 6 x 5 cm (L x W x H) 2 end pieces: approx. 6.5 x 6 x 5 cm (L x W x H) Openings: Lengthwise openings: approx. 10.5 x 2.5 cm (L x W) On the extension pieces: 3 x 4 cm (L x W) On end pieces: diameter 2.5 cm Easy to assemble with a “click” system Grey-green ball (does not light up) Easy to assemble click-system Individual elements can connected together Encourages agility Satisfies your cat’s natural hunting instinct The Catit Design Senses Track can be combined with: Catit Design Senses Massage-Center Catit Play-n-Scratch Cat Toy Catit Design Senses Tempo Play Track Catit Design Senses Feeding Labyrinth Caution: As with any other product your pet should be supervised with this toy. Please check the product regularly for any damage, and replace the toy whenever it becomes defective or when a piece of the toy goes missing to avoid any harm coming to your pet. Please dispose of used batteries and electrical items responsibly. Recycling is a great way to help protect the environment. What’s this?