If you have a cat born between March 21st and April 19th, then their zodiac sign is Aries. According to astrological theories, this zodiac sign embodies dynamic action, drive, and willpower. That’s one of the reasons why Aries is known as a “fire sign,” with qualities that match ancient elemental traditions.
Astrology suggests that your fire-sign Aries cat is likely aggressive, inquisitive, a natural leader, and always willing to dive into new experiences. They tend to be competitive, both with other cats and with you—though they are also believed to be fiercely loyal. Aries get bored quickly too. This can get tiring for their human caretaker, particularly if you’re not also an Aries.
This makes them the perfect candidate for an interactive cat toy that takes some of the burden off of you. An interactive toy will empower your Aries pet to challenge themselves while stimulating their curiosity and providing entertainment even when you aren’t around.
We recommend the Bentopal Automatic Cat Toy, which zooms around your house, waving a feathered lure back and forth.
Bentopal Automatic Cat Toy
For the Aries cat, The Bentopal Automatic Cat Toy the predator instincts of a fire-sign Aries cat, encouraging them to stalk, chase, and pounce. The device features two large wheels that swivel, turn, and rotate with a dangling, colorful feather attachment. When powered on, the rechargeable battery-operated toy runs for ten minutes and then rests for an hour and a half to keep your cat guessing.
Cats also can’t resist a laser toy, and they’re especially apt for cats born under the Aries zodiac sign, since a laser shares the zodiac sign’s signature red color.
PetSafe Dancing Dot Laser Pointer Cat Toy
Unlike standard laser pointers, the PetSafe Dancing Dot does all the work for you, creating an erratic pattern of laser light that will send your cat sliding across the floors to catch it. Activating the Dancing Dot initiates a 15-minute play session, though you can also set it to activate every two hours over a six hour period to keep your cat busy while you’re at work.
The Dancing Dot is easy to hang from a doorknob or place at the edge of a table for elevated laser projection. The only real downside is that it takes AAA batteries, and the more your cat plays, the more often you’ll have to replace them.