It’s empty in here!
Cats loved it and I was ready to order two more ASAP - but then noticed it was torn significantly within the first playtime and the insides were falling out!
The cat liked this toy but it was torn during the first time he played with it with the stuffing coming out.
Sadly, neither of my cats have every played with this. They much prefer the big sized Kong Kickeroo which gets the heck kicked out of it regularly. I guess it's just not as sturdy as the larger ones. Perhaps it's better for tiny kittens as opposed to my first cat who was three months old when I first tried him with it. My second cat was just as disinterested. Oh well, at least it was inexpensive.:)
I have two bonkers 12 week kittens who will play with anything, stray socks, dust bunnies, tinfoil, you name it. Unfortunately they don't like this. Despite my encouragement, they seem very wary of this. It might be because it rustles, but they simply don't get that it's a toy, which is a shame. It's also absolutely tiny.
Bought this for my CRAZY, intrepid kitten who scales dizzying heights with relish and sees everything as a fast-paced hunt object is really scared of this, don't know why, I removed the tail which made no difference. Might be the rustle, yet she love the crinkle balls and her crinkly tunnel! or maybe she just hates pink lol.
I bought this thinking it was a valerian pillow with tail - ok I obviously did not read the description properly. The order arrived today and I gave it to one of the cats thinking it would mellow them out a bit, as they had had their medication today which normally puts them in a bit of a huff. An hour later I could still hear mad scrabbling in the hallway, they were in heaven, but had totally dribbled all over it - now hanging up to dry. Never had this much reaction to catnip before!
Within 5 minutes a corner of this was bitten off by the kitten. The fabric is far too thin for sharp little kitten teeth. Not like the usual Kong toys. The cat version has thick, strong fabric, why use this thin fabric for kittens when their teeth are so much sharper.
A very appealing toy for cats, but ended eveiscerated in a few weeks. But for value and attractiveness it is worth buying another.
I collected this toy on Sunday. I have 2 x 14 week old Siberian boys. Monday it was ignored, Tuesday they began to get interested, Wednesday it was THE BEST THING, subject to much kicking, gnawing and general excitement. By 11pm, the insides were coming out and I reluctantly binned it! Really sad as it does seem a well made toy and they clearly loved it. My boys may be unusually determined/strong of jaw, so I definitely think this is worth a try. I just wish I could afford to provide them with a new one every 2 days!
When I get this toy out Annie will go crazy, kicking and attacking it for about 2 minutes, then after that she's not interested. So I put it on the windowsill to dry (from her cat slobber), when dry, put it in a little plastic bag with dry catnip and let it marinate, then back in the cupboard until next time. Happy cat = happy Mum.
My kittens love this toy,they wrestle and bite and kick it,especially my main on girl she just adores this toy and will not have other kittens play with it,she gets very mad and would growl and hiss! Very happy kittens and it's a great buy,will be buying couple of more to avoid fights.