Happy Kitten Switch
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- Happy Kitten Switch is surface washable only.
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Happy Kitten Switch #725
Who can resist our Happy Kitten Switch with her Velcro huggable polka-dot arms and her little poke-able belly button? Her legs retract when the opposite one is pulled and her ears crinkle when you touch them. She even has her own rattle and teether.
Happy Kitten provides security, and her high-contrast pattern stimulates visual and tactile feedback. This plush also helps develop auditory sensory development, hand-eye coordination and both fine and gross motor skills. When used as a switch to operate a toy or device, there is a pleasant audible “clicking” sound. No batteries are required.
Height: 10" Weight: 7 oz,
To use Happy Kitten as a switch, insert the 1/8 plug at the end of the 3-foot wire into the jack of any switch-adapted toy or device. If it is necessary to use a 1/8th adapter, it must be a mono adapter, not a stereo.
Make sure that the connection is tight and there are no gaps.
Now, simply press or gently squeeze Happy Kitten’s tummy to activate your toy or device. Generally, the device will remain activated as long as the switch is pressed and will turn off when you release the switch. However, some devices will continue to activate even when the switch is released. Pressing the switch a second time will turn off that device. Check the specification of each device you are activating.
If the Happy Kitten Switch does not activate your toy or device, first check the connection between the plug and the jack to make sure there is no gap.
If this does not correct the problem, try a different switch to determine if the problem is with the switch or the device it is plugged into.
If you are using an adapter, try a different one to determine if the problem is with the adapter.
Do not submerge the toy, as damage to the electrical components will occur.
If you represent a company, school or institution please call (203) 885-0984 or please click here. Special Orders
This specialized device has been developed for use by people with disabilities.
It should not be used without prior knowledge and consent of a guardian or professional who is qualified to assess the abilities and limitations of the individual using the device.