Primos® Stray Cat Motion Decoy with Remote

Item # WX2-223778

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Primos® Stray Cat Decoy with Remote uses IRRESISTIBLE motion to draw predators in! SAVE BIG BUCKS !

This Stray Cat uses random, spontaneous motion that appeals to predators' most basic instincts! To predators, cats are both competition and food, and the sight of this feline is enough to get any predator to come in close.

Here's the ruse:
  • Realistic random motion and jointed flexible tail create lifelike motion predators can't resist
  • 3 random motions to choose from
  • Remote has 50-yd. range
  • Sturdy tripod legs for height control and stability.
  • Remote uses one AA battery, Decoy uses 4 AA batteries (not included).

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