This interactive pet is like a real tiger that roars back and responds when you play with it!
Tiger-fans look out! Here comes Tyler! He’s an interactive tiger that children will enjoy having as a pet. He is very lifelike, like a real cat, he moves his tail, mouth, head, ears, and eyes. He poses playfully and leans down. You will often forget that he is mechanical.
He roars! But that is not even the best part about Tyler. He doesn’t just roar; this pet roars back when you roar at him. He reacts when you pet him, and he will respond to the sound of your voice, like a real cat who wants to play. He has a duck toy, and he will make a sound if you put it in his mouth.
He is life-like. He is as large a house cat, and he moves. His beautiful, fluttering blue eyes and his cooing will certainly convince imaginative children that he is real. It will be hard to get over the fact that he is a toy and not a live animal. Young kids may be a bit intimidated with him at first, especially very young children, but they will quickly get over their fears and be intrigued with his cuteness.
He is friendly. In children’s mind, Tyler is a breathing and leaving toy that responds to their play, pets, and laughter. The sound of the levers and gears can be heard, but they are hardly noticeable to children with very active imaginations. They will soon forget that he is an animatronic animal. His movements look so authentic and smooth; you will stop thinking of him as a toy. The inside of his mouth is also very detailed, and his nose has very fine details.
He is very sweet, and his personality, movements, and sounds are very child-friendly. He is always just loving and playful. He never becomes aggressive or intimidating to scare kids. It’s like watching a child play with a real cat, without the danger of getting scratched or bitten.
He responds. All of Tyler’s movements move in unison, giving the illusion that he is really responding to his playmate. All the little movements of this body, ears, tail, front legs, jaw, eyeballs, and eyelids will ignite children’s imagination. He responds to sound and petting in many areas of his body, including his head and nose. But if you really want him to move, then all you need to do is push the button under the fur on his back.
You can take him anywhere. Tyler is heavy enough that it feels like you are carrying a real animal when you pick him up. He is also very soft. This tiger’s fur is high-quality and great to the touch. He has no sharp objects and children do not need to avoid certain areas of his body. His very study and he will last for a long time.
He does not make too much noise when no one is playing with him. But he does pick up sounds and will respond to any noise, so it might not be wise to let the children sleep with him. He also has the tendency to roar and purr, wanting to play when he senses someone is nearby. You can turn him off if needed. Just find the switch under the fur on his belly to prevent him from waking up anyone in the middle of the night.
When no one is around to play with Tyler, he will go into sleep mode. And once he sleeps, the only way to wake him up is the button on his back. He cost a bit more than other toys of his kind, but he is indeed more interactive.