The only thing better than enjoying a tasty treat is enjoying one you had to work for. Let your feline friends earn their rewards with the Catit Treat Ball Cat Toy. Load the ball up with treats and as your cat swats, bats, and pounces the ball a yummy surprise is released! The Catit Treat Ball Cat Toy is available in blue or pink.
Reduces feline obesity by making cats work for food
Refillable cat treat dispenser
Turn the lid fully closed, and it becomes a regular play ball
Our cat enjoyed this; it took her a few days to figure out how it worked, but it is now definitely her favorite toy. I do wish the ball was more complex in how to work out the treats as she can empty the ball pretty easily now. The top of it slides over top of two different size holes in the ball (think of it like a salt shaker where you twist the top to change the size of the shaker hole).
Encore for Beau
on Nov 4, 2017
Beau Raven is a fat black cat who has been diagnosed as morbidly obese...if he were anymore laid back he would be dead....well he got the ball and watched it move by him and then watched it move back again..until...until...I put the catnip in it...now he chases it back and forth continually..he will not leave this ball alone...I am now looking into rehab facilities for him
Recommended by vet but my cat won't touch it
on Oct 13, 2017
My cat is full of energy and loves to play and eat, but he'll only pay attention to this toy if I roll it around and make the food spill out. I can tell he understands how it works, but he'd rather wait for me to fill his bowl or roll this around so that he can eat from it. I like it because the food dispenses pretty easily and doesn't get stuck. It's large enough that it won't roll under the sofa. This is good for overweight cats because it allows them to play/exercise and eat at the same time.
Great.... just watch the amount
on Oct 31, 2017
My cats love this But maybe a little too much, they like playing with it when there is a few treats inside and we have had a couple instances where someone eats too many treats and does not feel well afterwards. So now we fill it with a treat and a few pieces of dry food
Kitties LOVED this toy
on Sep 16, 2017
I have 4 kitties, 2 of them are super into this toy. I suggest feeding them some treats prior to putting some in the ball, then showing them by rolling it that it's the way the treats come out. At first I would leave the opening completely open making it fairly easy for the treats to fall out and slowly over time closing it off more and more making it more challenging once they get the hang of it. I would say that it could be a hit or miss depending on the personality of the cat since two of mine could care less and the other two are obsessed and fight over it.
Cat Treat Ball
on Oct 30, 2017
My cat and I both really like this treat ball. Its so cute too! My cat Trixie plays with it for hours. I allows the treats to come out slowly so it keeps her happy for long periods of time if I am away. Well made and I would recommend it to all cat lovers.
Keeps kitty interested, eats slowly
on Aug 20, 2017
My female kitty was pudgy when I adopted her from a shelter so started a weight loss plan: high quality high protein/grain free wet food twice daily & kibble in lower quantity + increased exercise. The Catit Treat Ball Cat Toy is one of several slow feeding tools I use & alternate, to keep her from getting bored or frustrated. It keeps her interested because she can see, smell & hear the food inside.
It slows her down by making her work a little for her meal but it's not hard. She uses her nose or paw to push the ball around & it dispenses a piece or two of kibble. (Make sure the pieces are a little smaller than the opening.) Most importantly, it'll help her lose weight slowly, whichMy female kitty was pudgy when I adopted her from a shelter so started a weight loss plan: high quality high protein/grain free wet food twice daily & kibble in lower quantity + increased exercise. The Catit Treat Ball Cat Toy is one of several slow feeding tools I use & alternate, to keep her from getting bored or frustrated. It keeps her interested because she can see, smell & hear the food inside.
It slows her down by making her work a little for her meal but it's not hard. She uses her nose or paw to push the ball around & it dispenses a piece or two of kibble. (Make sure the pieces are a little smaller than the opening.) Most importantly, it'll help her lose weight slowly, which is so much better than the horrible well-known brands of Rx foods vets always push. NO WAY would I even consider those awful "foods" because they're practically all corn, wheat & soy + vitamins with a hint of animal protein.… more
on Nov 16, 2017
I really like this exercise ball because I can feed lightning 1\4 cup of food at 6 in the morning and with the ball it will last him until I have to feed him again at 6 at night.
Took to it quickly
on Sep 22, 2017
I agree the hole is a little small, however I left the hole that you put the treats in open enough for them to come out and my cats like it. They are always rolling it around to get the treats. I put the temptation and the party mix together. It could have a bigger hole so you don't have to leave it open alittle.
on Oct 1, 2017
When the catits first arrived I thought they were too large for cats, but my middle-aged cat, Judo, loved them. He chases around until he's either tired or or full. My older cat Sharley is a bit frail and she doesn't even try to roll it around. All in all I like it.