Brings company and comfort to your loved one
People with dementia are more at risk of feeling lonely or isolated. Break your loved one’s isolation with the Joy For All companion kitten without the trouble of a real pet (cleaning, feeding…). The Joy For All interactive plush also allows you to take a break when your loved one feels comfortable enough to interact alone with their pet.
How does the Joy For All Companion Kitten helps you?
The Joy For All kitten is a solution that improves your loved one’s quality of life, it allows:
- An interaction since it reacts to touch.
- To break your loved one’s isolation.
- This kitten stimulates both your loved one’s mind and senses.
- People with dementia who previously owned a cat
- Isolated people, living alone or in a nursing home/hospital where pets are not allowed
- Giving a carer some respite
About Joy For All
Joy For All is a brand developed by four innovators at Hasbro, the toy company, in 2015. Its first launch created a hugely positive impact. In 2017 the team left Hasbro and founded Ageless Innovation, which now commercializes the brand.
- Available in 1 color: silver tabby
- Usage instructions
- Switch to ON to activate sound and movement
- Switch to MUTE to mute the sound
- Switch to OFF to save batteries if not used frequently
- Cleaning instructions
- Surface washable with a damp cloth
- Do not wet or use detergents or stain removers
- How does the Companion Kitten work?
- Pet its back and it will purr, knead, and meow
- The kitten goes to sleep after a few minutes of inactivity, pet its back to wake it up
- Batteries replacement instructions
- Requires 3 x 1,5V alkaline AA batteries
- Requires a cross-head screwdriver (not included)
- The battery compartment is located under the animal
- If the animal doesn’t work
- Try to turn it off and on again
- If this doesn’t work, change the batteries<
- Phone assistance available in Canada/US: 1-800-255-5516
- Do not put the animal on the ground to avoid falls.
To learn more about the product, click here to watch the video.