Weird Pet Reactions to Toys Turning On?

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Weird Pet Reactions to Toys Turning On?

LennaKieran LennaKieran
So, this is going to sound strange, but my cat was in the room when I clicked on a vibrator (not to use it, just maintaining it) and he bristled up, stood on his hind legs like a bear and, after trying to stare the vibrator down, began cautiously swatting at it. It was hilarious, but I've never seen him do anything like this before. Do vibrators have an effect on cat's senses that I'm not aware of? Do anyone else's pets have strange reactions to their toys being on?
03/12/2011
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Miss Jenn Miss Jenn
Quote:
Originally posted by LennaKieran
So, this is going to sound strange, but my cat was in the room when I clicked on a vibrator (not to use it, just maintaining it) and he bristled up, stood on his hind legs like a bear and, after trying to stare the vibrator down, began cautiously ...
LOL Thats funny. I only have 1 fish, a betta named Pretty. She doesnt react at all LOL. Funny that your cat did tho.
03/12/2011
Taylor Von Taylor Von
So far my cats haven’t got all huffy about a toy. I was using a vibe to massage my back (that's all it’s used for) and my cat was interested so I pointed at her. She sniffed at it and I touched it to her paw. She took off like a bat out of hell she didn't like that at ALL.
03/12/2011
wetone123 wetone123
When my dog sees a toy come out for play, he immediately wants me to let him out into the back yard. Don't even have to turn it on. My behaviour disgusts him, he says
04/16/2011
Shellz31 Shellz31
My 14 week old puppy put his head on the side when I got my Waterproof Silicone Splash rabbit and first turned it on. I allowed him to sniff it and the nose of the dolphin touched his nose. He didn't enjoy the vibration at all and starting barking his ass off at it.

Lol @ wetone123's dog.
04/16/2011
Tuesday Tuesday
Even though my cats are feral-born, they don't react to vibrators. Maybe they're used to them by now. If a vibrator isn't too loud I sometimes use it on the back of their neck. They don't seem to enjoy it (no purring), but they don't move away either.
04/16/2011
Bunnycups Bunnycups
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Originally posted by Tuesday
Even though my cats are feral-born, they don't react to vibrators. Maybe they're used to them by now. If a vibrator isn't too loud I sometimes use it on the back of their neck. They don't seem to enjoy it (no purring), but they ...
Haha I have to try that. Sometimes I think that my cat thinks I'm purring when I use a vibrator because she tries to sit on my chest.
04/16/2011
kelaaa33wish kelaaa33wish
I have 2 jack russels, the one is only like 4 months old.........he chews everything so I cant put a toy down for a min. without keepin an eye on it cause I know he will take it and run.
04/16/2011
Tuesday Tuesday
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Originally posted by Bunnycups
Haha I have to try that. Sometimes I think that my cat thinks I'm purring when I use a vibrator because she tries to sit on my chest.
Yes! My cats do that too.
04/17/2011
purplekidney purplekidney
He: I always wonder if our roommate can hear it. Does that count?
04/17/2011
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