Catit Treat Ball Cat Toy

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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.

Key Benefits

  • Reduces feline obesity by making cats work for food
  • Reduces boredom
  • Refillable cat treat dispenser
  • Turn the lid fully closed, and it becomes a regular play ball
  • Available in multiple colors

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  • Item Number
    64957
  • Brand
    Hagen

Instructions

Load the ball up with treats and as your cat swats, bats, and pounces the ball a yummy surprise is released!

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  • Keeps kitty interested, eats slowly

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    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, which 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, 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

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  • Too hard to get treats out

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    My cats were initially interested, as I put their favorite treats in it (Temptations), and I could get a couple of them out, but then I think they got frustrated. I even had a hard time getting the treats out! I suppose if you have very small treats or kibble (like Blue Buffalo), that might work better, but my oldest will gobble that kibble up whole, get a tummy ache, then be grumpy cat for a day or two, and wants to be alone, so I generally get bigger kibble (Nutromax), which I don't think will fit through eiiher of the holes in the ball. My girl likes the Friskies dispenser (the one you can put those string treats in) better, and I put Temptations chicken treats in that. All my cats like My cats were initially interested, as I put their favorite treats in it (Temptations), and I could get a couple of them out, but then I think they got frustrated. I even had a hard time getting the treats out! I suppose if you have very small treats or kibble (like Blue Buffalo), that might work better, but my oldest will gobble that kibble up whole, get a tummy ache, then be grumpy cat for a day or two, and wants to be alone, so I generally get bigger kibble (Nutromax), which I don't think will fit through eiiher of the holes in the ball. My girl likes the Friskies dispenser (the one you can put those string treats in) better, and I put Temptations chicken treats in that. All my cats like tgat one, but this one we had some difficulty with. Perhaps part of it is because the hole that releases the food needs to be on or near the floor to release it? Perhaps the hole shape too? I dunno, but treats do get caught & even with favorite treats in it, they lost interest pretty quick. Not one of my favorites, wouldn't recommend, even though I'm a strong believer in cats doing puzzles for treats, and food (especially if overweight!) But good for them mentally too! Catit makes a treat dispenser that's 3 levels they have to figure out how ro knock treats down, and I'd recommend that! :) … more

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  • Kitties LOVED this toy

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    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.

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  • Cat treat ball

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    I guess either my 2 cats are too spoiled, or too mentally challenged (or they've outsmarted me!), b/c they act like they can't get the treats out, when the treats easily come out once the ball rolls. They must use it sometimes, b/c I've had to fill it up a couple times. They much prefer the staring mind-meld "give us a treat or we won't stop staring at you" method.

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  • Great product for multiple cats!

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    I bought one of these for my kitties. It has been a wonderful addition in the household. Having a multi-cat household, it is sometimes difficult to keep the peace when handing out treats. This item has really helped. The kitties take turns rolling it and getting treats from it. It also makes them get a little exercise to get treats. I have a few of them, since I have several cats, and I love them! The cats seem to like them too! It did not take them too long to figure them out. They will even roll them to me empty, as if to tell me it is treat time!

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  • Works well with smaller nibbles

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    Our cats love to play ball. This one makes them work a little harder than the purple (Kong) ball, but they like both! This one is good for the smaller-sized treats. Larger (dental) treats don't fit as well or move through the swirls as efficiently (in my opinion). This is a cute ball and it's nice to have some variety in the treat delivery devices.

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  • Your cat will love it!

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    I had 2 of a different brand for my previous cat but had a bunch of holes on it. When I bought this one I was pleased to see there was only 1 hole and my cat had to do a little more work for the food. I strongly recommend if you have a cat that is a compulsive or nervous eater!

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  • A flawless, well designed toy for hungry cats

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    This is a wonderfully designed dry food-dispenser toy, which rolls in a lopsided, interesting way to tempt cats to follow. The dispenser window is fully and easily adjusted from 0" across to 1.25" so you can control the ease of food moving through it. We use kibble and treats--very flexible. Not much chasing is required if your cat figures out that just a small nudge is all it takes to get the window correctly positioned to drop a treat. The spiral chute inside is a further point of design interest. Perfection.

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  • Very Disappointed

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    I have 5 cats and 2 ferrets. I bought 2 of these so they could play with them separately. None of them could be bothered. I rolled it to show them how to play with the toys and they ate the treats and hopped/walked away. Not very happy at all with the toy.

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  • I'm sure this is a great toy

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    Though I'm sure this is a great toy for most cats, mine seems completely uninterested. He loves treats, but not enough to play with toy to get them. I'll keep trying seeing how I spent the money on this toy, but I feel as though it'll be in vein.

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