Anytime, day or night, your cat can enjoy the Catit Senses 2.0 Fireball, a light-up LED ball to satisfy your catÕs hunting and playing instincts. Even when it starts to get dark, your cat will be able to enjoy playing with and chasing this innovative ball. It is ideal for use as your catÕs ÒpreyÓ, great for chasing, biting and pawing. Inside the orange ball you will find a battery-operated LED flashing light, which is automatically activated when the ball moves. The Catit Senses 2.0 Fireball has a diameter of 3.8cm, making it ideal for use with the Catit Senses 2.0 play circuits. Thanks to the smooth surface of the ball, it will flit far and wide through the circuit! Alternatively, the Catit Senses 2.0 Fireball can be used by itself as a standalone toy. Its flashing light entices your cat to play and will keep it occupied for hours. Included in this set are two button cell batteries that are screwed in and can be easily replaced when needed. Catit Senses 2.0 Fireball at a glance: Flashing LED light ball for cats Ideal for use in combination with the Catit Senses 2.0 play circuits With flashing LED light: automatically activated through movement Awakens natural hunting and playing instincts: particularly appealing thanks to the flashing light function Can be used at night: no matter what time of day or night, your cat can satisfy its natural hunting instincts and remain active Versatile: for biting, pawing or chasing, either in a circuit or as a standalone toy Particularly fast: flits around quickly and far in a circuit or on the floor, thanks to its smooth surface Long-lasting enjoyment: with the flashing light as an incentive to keep playing Batteries included: two LR44 button cell batteries are including and can be easily replaced Colour: orange Material: plastic Dimensions: diameter 3.8cm Please note: No toy is completely indestructible. As with any other product, please supervise your pet with this toy. Check the product regularly for damage, and replace the toy if it is damaged or missing any pieces to avoid potential injury to your pet. WhatÕs this?