There's nothing you can do to stop him from eating the string. Perhaps spray something bitter on it. The string would pull off if you cat tugged enough. The problem is that this toy offers no variation in motion or timing. It just repeats the same spin over and over. There's no tease to it. Try a fling-ama-string. I think it's more fun than this, but again the cat can easily get the string and eat it if not closely supervised. Could be very dangerous!
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I hear ya! I can't guarentee that he can't eat the string, but I can tell you that both of my kitties are British Shorthair (i.e., strong, "cobby" builds) and although they like to grab the string and hold it so the motor strains and the string can't whip in-and-out... the string has stayed attached to the toy.
I'm not sure I would trust it to stay out and for them to play unsupervised, but otherwise it appears to be well made and sturdy.
Hope this helps...
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