FLIK Teaser Toy

FLIK is an automatic teaser toy that throws then hides a string. It took awhile for Purrseidon to DSC_0014.ttrust it. The Munchkins think that was because it looks like a roomba, which she doesn’t trust because the ‘evil machine’ collects all her hidden treasures while it mops the floor. Initially, she spent quite a while analyzing it, until she confirmed that it was a toy, not a toy thief. After she got over her first impression of it, she quickly learned how to turn it on however, like most in this house turning things, off is a hard lesson to learn. But she played with it for about a day until she caught and swallowed the string, then dragged it around for a bit until it broke. (We suspect that she thought is was a lizard tail) 

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  • Potential choking hazard
  • Not durable
  • Requires 3 AA which are not included 

  • Disclaimer: As members of Chewy’s Blogger Outreach Program, we received product for free in exchange for our fair and honest review. Chewy is not responsible for the contents of this post. Purrseidon only shares products and information that she believes are of interest to readers.
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9 thoughts on “FLIK Teaser Toy

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  2. A string that can be easily chewed will be a serious problem for my Topolo! When he was two years old he swallowed a 60 – 70 cm. plastic string, but fortunately, I could pull it out from his throat! The vet was very-very hungry with me!
    Happy Roomba Wednesday ❤
    Sid

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    1. That’s what we had to do with the string on this thing – the machine was still attached, so it was quite a mess…. it’s unusual for us not to be able to find a positive aspect of whatever we review, but IMHO, this was dangerous for pets.

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