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
I recently lost my beautiful girl Ming a few weeks ago (in picture below). Drogo is 5 and has never been alone. He was very stressed without his older sister not being here. I needed something to keep him occupied while I was at work. This was one of the things! He rolls it over to me before I get ready to leave and looks at me like "Well? Are you going to fill it?" It's durable, easy to use (for me! :) ) and he even plays with it without the treats in it! Very happy I purchased it! This, as well as other "busy toys" in the front half of my living room looks like a kitty playground!
Super easy to drop treats
on Jan 20, 2018
I wanted so badly to live this toy. The idea is perfect but the toy itself is poorly designed. When my cat plays with it several treats fall out all at once and my cat hardly does any playing. If they could fix that one problem I’d definitely rate it a five star. I sooo badly want to love this.
Her favorite toy now
on Nov 11, 2017
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).
Sort of Fun Toy, but Treats get Stuck
on Nov 26, 2017
My three older cats don't really care for rolling or loud toys, but my youngest cat is very playful and likes this toy. The treats I had were too big and wouldn't fit through the opening, so I bought smaller sized treats, and they do fall out once in a while, but my border collie just follows the cat around until treats fall out and eats them herself. Otherwise they get wedged between the plastic pieces in the toy. My cats have never really been into treats anyway, so I just keep a few treats inside and keep the opening closed so the dog doesn't get unearned treats and the cat still has fun with the sounds the rattling treats make. I also like that it is big enough to not get stuck as easily My three older cats don't really care for rolling or loud toys, but my youngest cat is very playful and likes this toy. The treats I had were too big and wouldn't fit through the opening, so I bought smaller sized treats, and they do fall out once in a while, but my border collie just follows the cat around until treats fall out and eats them herself. Otherwise they get wedged between the plastic pieces in the toy. My cats have never really been into treats anyway, so I just keep a few treats inside and keep the opening closed so the dog doesn't get unearned treats and the cat still has fun with the sounds the rattling treats make. I also like that it is big enough to not get stuck as easily as other cat toys.… more
great toy to stimulate predator behavior
on Dec 18, 2017
Indoor cats get bored easily, and my part serval (savannah, F2) especially so. This toy is great for him as it keeps him busy for some time (I close off the hole, so it's harder to get the food out). He pushes it all around the house, using his face and his paws. So cute.
Love the Look
on Dec 18, 2017
I really haven't given these to Sapphire or Diablo yet as since they are Christmas presents, but just by looking at them I am sure they will have hours of fin with the toy. They really like puzzle treat toys, I only wish there were more.
Fun way to work for a treat
on Dec 27, 2017
These let treats out a little too easy I think, but they do enjoy it. I don't open the exit whole all the way to limit the treat retrieval some. I also use dry food instead of treats to limit the calories for them.
You never know
on Nov 19, 2017
Our cat doesn't seem too interested in this thing, you never know what a cat will go for, because he does like when I hide treats for him to find or for him to work out of a tough spot, but he doesn't seem to see this thing as a treat dispenser. Oh well.
Use supervised only
on Nov 18, 2017
My cat loved this toy, but he knocked it off a step the other day and it broke. He's been using it a long time, so I wasn't that upset about it breaking. The upsetting part was that it shattered and he swallowed one of the sharp plastic pieces since it smelled like his treats. I watched him carefully over the past couple of days and he has finally passed the shard with no damage to his insides, but I would definitely not recommend letting your kitty use this if you're not keeping an eye on them. If I hadn't seen him swallow it and there were complications, I hate to think what might have happened.
on Dec 28, 2017
My three cats absolutely love this treat toy; they chase it all over the house. The toy is easy to fill with their favorite treats and a little catnip. The ball is very sturdy and durable too.