Cat Toys

Every cat household needs cat toys too! Toys bring variety into your cat's life, keep her fit, and sharpen her senses. Whether with or without owner, with the right toy, your cat will never get bored. Have fun picking something out!

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121 - 133 of 133 products
121 - 133 of 133 products

A pack of 2 motion activated illuminated balls for Catit Design Senses Circuits. Your cat will be fascinated with the flashing balls as they shoot round the circuit. Ideal for night-time chases.

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Sophisticated intelligence toy for cats, for fishing out treats, increasing level of difficulty, promotes problem-solving skills, made of recycled cardboard, size: L 40 x W 30 x H 9.5 cm

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Encourage your cat’s natural hunting instinct and help it to eat more slowly with this exciting feeding station and interactive toy in one! Stable new design. Size (diameter x H): 37.5 x 34 cm

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Trixie Cat Toy Plush Mouse with Catnip

Sweet, grey plush Trixie toy mouse with extra long tail and catnip

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Karlie Outdoor Cat Tree III

Weatherproof outdoor cat tree with poly rattan and plastic sisal. The base plate and cushion have teflon coated nylon covers – perfect for outdoor spaces. Dimensions: 106 x 58 x 160 cm (L x W x H)

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Brown / Beige

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A versatile, extra-long and sturdy cat tunnel in cream, two additional openings, fluffy toy ball & crackling film, sisal scratch mat, arch with bristles to rub against and scratch.

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185 x 30 x 28cm (L x W x H)
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Cute, elephant-shaped scratching mat, with crinkly foil, a bell and space for cuddling and snoozing! Either hang the mat up or lay it dow, this mat is perfect for keeping your cat's claws healthy.

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50 x 38 x 2cm (L x W x H)

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Wall-mounted scratching board for cats, made from birch wood, accessories can be mounted as you wish, hammock and soft bed, long sisal post, Oeko-Tex® upholstery, saves space, height: 110cm

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This cute green cat tent provides shade and is a great place for your cat to chill out. Made from nylon, with a mesh ventilation insert and tent pegs to firmly anchor it to the grass or sand outside.

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43 x 43 x 36 cm (L x W x H)

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Fun cheese-shaped scratch block made from corrugated cardboard! For endless scratching, playing and dozing, plus irresistible catnip included!

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43.5 x 19 x 5-12.5 cm (L x W x H)

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Sheep and hedgehog cat toy Moppi with cute fringe, filled with catnip and rustle foil. Size approx. 12 x 7 cm.

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Cute cat house made from real natural wood, with a feeding station, 2 entrances and a laying surface on top, including washable bedding and 2 removal food bowls, easy to assemble without tools, Oeko-Tex® certified .

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57 x 42.8 x 36cm (L x W x H)

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Weather-proof wooden cat house with a red bitumen roof, with a protected roof terrace complete with railings and a comfortable step entry, easy to assemble and ideal for free-roaming cats.

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77 x 56.4 x 72.4cm (L x W x H)

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Playful & happy times for your cat

Here at zooplus you can find a great range of high-quality cat toys designed to get your cat moving, keep it entertained and build the bond between you and your pet. As well as classic toys such as balls and cat danglers, you will also find plenty of more unusual toys as well as intelligence puzzles and enticing catnip delights, all of which have been created with your cat in mind!

How can cats benefit from having cat toys to play with?

Exercise

Often cats living in busy towns and cities spend most of their time indoors - whilst they may be happy to sleep all day, keeping active is essential in supporting your cat’s health and wellbeing. It is not uncommon for cats living a sedentary lifestyle to end up suffering with weight problems and weight-related issues. Healthy cats require regular exercise, and toys are perfect for keeping your cat interested and moving for long periods of time.

Anxiety management

Just like humans, cats can also get bored, stressed or anxious. Cats have natural instincts that can be difficult to satisfy in a human household environment. This includes scratching behaviour, which can see carpets and curtains destroyed if you do not provide a suitable outlet such as a scratching tree or scratching board. Playing with toys is a great way to alleviate symptoms of depression or boredom in cats and it has also been shown that frequent playtime can reduce aggression and unwanted behaviours.

Brain training

Cats are natural born hunters and enjoy a challenge that will keep them occupied – however, prey can be few and far between inside your house! Games can help cats develop their skills and enhance their intelligence, as well as satisfying that natural instinct to hunt.

Bonding

When you take the time to play with your cat and have a good time together, your bond becomes stronger. Most cats enjoy human contact and playing together offers the perfect opportunity to strengthen your connection, using a cat dangler toy or chase toy. It has also been shown that playing games can reduce stress and anxiety in humans as well as cats, so you will both benefit from sharing some time together.

Better relaxation

Active cats can also relax and rest better than non-active ones. Much like humans, being physically tired is the best way to ensure deep, replenishing sleep. Unused energy can leave your cat fidgety and unable to form a regular sleeping pattern, which we all know can severely affect your sleep as an owner as well.

How do I choose a cat toy?

The broad range of cat toys available here at zooplus may leave you feeling lost and confused, so we have compiled a list of handy tips of things to look out for, to help you choose the perfect toy to meet your cat’s needs.

  1. Size: make sure the size of any toy you purchase is appropriate for the size of your cat. Here at zooplus we offer a great range of options, including toys more suitable for kittens.
  2. Materials and durability: all of the toys you find at zooplus are of top quality, so you can be sure they will withstand play. However, if your cat is particularly large or boisterous, it may be beneficial to choose a tougher toy – we also offer cat trees with sturdier base plates, so that every cat can play no matter its size. We also offer a great range of materials, including sisal for scratching and catnip to encourage play.
  3. Safety: here at zooplus, our cat toys are designed specifically with safety in mind, avoiding small removable parts where possible to help prevent your cat from swallowing potentially harmful pieces. You should be sure to regularly check toys for any damage.
  4. Washable: although this is not necessarily an essential, it can make your life easier if your cat’s toys can easily be washed! This is especially true of plush or soft toys, which can hold onto bacteria and unpleasant odours.
  5. Stimulating effect: if your cat requires a little bit of extra encouragement to play, there are natural oils and plants that can stimulate its senses. Catnip, for example, can be used to train your cat and attract your cat to certain toys or certain areas of your home. Valerian is another herb that can arouse the olfactory senses of your cat. Both of these herbs can help with stress relief and when contained in or sprayed on to toys or scratching posts they can promote exercise and ignite curiosity to explore.

What types of cat toys are available?

Thinking about getting a cat toy, but not sure which one to get? Have no fear! Here you can find a brief overview of some of the toys for cats available for you at zooplus, all available in a range of options to ensure you and your cat find exactly what you are looking for.

Interactive Toys

Mazes, games and activity boards are a great way to keep your cat entertained, stimulating curiosity as well as creating a great bonding experience for the two of you. Your cat will need to concentrate to successfully play – many of these interactive cat toys offer a place to hide treats or dry food, to really get your cat motivated!

Chase Games

Cats are natural predators, so anything that encourages them to try and catch its ‘prey’ is bound to keep it entertained for hours! Whether you choose a toy mouse, a teasing laser toy or a cat dangler toy, these are another great way to strengthen your relationship as well as satisfying your cat’s natural instincts.

Scratching Toys

As well as protecting your furniture from sharp claws, scratching toys satisfy your cat’s natural needs and can allow for hours of entertainment. Combine with tunnels, obstacles and other delights to keep your cat thoroughly engaged!

Catnip Toys

If your cat requires a little extra encouragement, we offer a great selection of catnip cat toys and valerian cat toys to animate your cat’s senses. There is also catnip available in our cat treats section, which can be combined with your cat’s favourite toys!

Kitten Toys

Soft balls, kitten mice and other toys designed for small paws will help you build up a relationship built on trust with your kitten, as well as introducing your new cat to the delightful world of play! Be sure not to combine catnip with your kitten toys, as it has the opposite effect to that it provides for adult cats and could scare your young kitten away.