Show other cat-owners how you roll with the Hoiru Cat Wheel, a top-end feline exerciser whose luxurious good looks will turn any pet house into a penthouse.
Do so-called “cat wheels” even work? The jury's out and YMMV (your mileage may vary) but c'mon... cats aren't gerbils and will likely resent your treating them as such. Still, various cat furniture companies insist on offering cat exercise wheels and cat-owners keep snapping them up.
Time will tell if they'll pony up for the $999 (!) Hoiru Cat Wheel, but at least Tuft + Paw has posted a video of an actual cat using the device. OK, so it's a nine-second-long video but still!
If you do end up purchasing a Hoiru Cat Wheel, don't feel too foolish if your privileged and fussy cat (are there any other kinds?) turns up its cute l'il nose. Seriously, the internet is chock-a-block with cats eschewing their newly-unpacked cat beds and curling up in the box it came in.
Should Mr or Ms Precious Paws give your Hoiru Cat Wheel the thumbs-down, don't send it back: there's still something positive to be salvaged. For one thing, this is one handsome piece of furniture. Who hasn't got furniture that's more for show then for go? Also, your family and friends will get one look at the Hoiru Cat Wheel and praise you for being a thoughtful, caring and concerned pet owner. Just be sure to dust away the cobwebs before they pay you a visit.
So, what do you get for your hard-earned $999? A handmade, over-sized, easy-to-assemble feline exerciser carefully crafted from gorgeous oak wood and light gray scratching felt. One size fits all cats, with the 45" by 42" by 14.5" wide wheel riding on a 35" X 15.5" X 8.5" wide base. Cleaning is a breeze – just wipe wood surfaces with a damp cloth and either lint-roll or vacuum the felt fabric.
Truly, what cat wouldn't love the Hoiru Cat Wheel? And if they don't... well, you can always buy a new cat for a lot LESS than a grand. For more info and ordering instructions, please visit the product page at Tuft + Paw.