KONG Active Treat Ball Cat Toy

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Place treats inside and watch your cat chase and swat the KONG Treat Ball! Challenging and entertaining, the Treat Ball helps keep cats busy, healthy and happy.

Key Benefits

  • Active, treat dispensing toy
  • Fun and unpredictable movement
  • Challenging and entertaining, the Treat Ball helps keep cats busy, healthy and happy
  • Great for solo play to keep your cat entertained
  • Promotes healthy exercise

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  • Item Number
    66556

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94 reviews 94 Reviews 3.7 out of 5 Stars
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  • Great for losing weight

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    After our vet suggested that we try to get our cats to lose some weight, I went searching for options. This toy is amazing. We use it to put their dry food in and it works wonderfully. You can fit about half a cup in one of them if you really pack it in. It makes them work for their food and it is actually nice that more than one piece comes out at a time. We bought two (we have two cats) and I am considering buying more just in case. It did take our cats a minute to figure it out. I just used my hand to move the ball and showed them that the food came out. They still weren't sure so I used their paw and swatted at the ball. They got the hang in maybe 5 minutes. Cats are very smart and should After our vet suggested that we try to get our cats to lose some weight, I went searching for options. This toy is amazing. We use it to put their dry food in and it works wonderfully. You can fit about half a cup in one of them if you really pack it in. It makes them work for their food and it is actually nice that more than one piece comes out at a time. We bought two (we have two cats) and I am considering buying more just in case. It did take our cats a minute to figure it out. I just used my hand to move the ball and showed them that the food came out. They still weren't sure so I used their paw and swatted at the ball. They got the hang in maybe 5 minutes. Cats are very smart and should not have a problem figuring this out. I suggest it to everyone who's cat needs to lose a few pounds. … more

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  • Kong Treat Toy

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    I have a 15yr old cat, I was really hoping this would get her a bit more active, you know , working for her treats. NOOOOO....she watched me kick it around as I was trying to show her what to do....then she would run to the treat when it fell out. silly cat. but its a cute idea, was a good price so i will probably pass it on to a younger kitty eager to work for his treats. My cat just looked at me like: REALLY?????

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  • Lots of Fun

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    I don't know who gets more enjoyment from this treat ball -- me and the felines. Even my 16 year old, Oz, plays with it. The only drawback is the treats are gobbled up so quickly that one has to keep re-filling it.

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  • Easy to use

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    Great Kong product for treat distribution. Only thing that could make it better is for it to be bigger to hold more treats/food. Has to be refilled often but is simple for cats to learn. Would recommend.

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  • Great little toy

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    My cats seemed confused about this, they like rolling it around but seemed annoyed that they had to work for their treats. The size was borderline big for my cats, they like snaller sized toys like bizzy ball sized. Upside is you can fit a lot of treats in there. I actually let my large dog play with it and he had a ball... i'll have to get him a dog one now!

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  • Cats like it!

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    Both cats figured it out fairly easy. It keeps them busy for a few minutes and makes them forget that they were begging for food! They both like to eat more than they should! Put either dental treats or dry food it in for them.

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  • does the job

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    I'm not sure how my cat figured out how to use it coz when I was in the room he didn't seem like he was getting the hang of it. When I came back in the morning all the treats were gone and he's figured it out ever since. Sometime's a couple of treats will come out at once but our treats are also quite small.

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  • Works perfectly!

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    I almost didn't purchase from some of the other reviews but this treat toy works awesomely!!! I used the Greenie cat treats and it works perfectly. I purchased two of these so my four cats could share. They are a hit and I highly recommend.

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  • Our cat loves this

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    Took a couple of days for our cat to figure out the black magic behind this little ball but he loves it. I used treats at first but they dispense too easily, so I put dry cat food in the ball instead. Our cat doesnt seem to mind and he prefers eating his dry food this way instead of from his food bowl. While I do have to vacuum more, it does keep the cat entertained and fed so a worthwhile purchase in my book.

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  • Does The Job

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    It does the job for some quick play. My obese (20lb) cat uses it, but, she does get them out pretty quickly. 5min of play at the most, but, I'll take it. I ended up getting a second for my 8mo kitten, but, she's not really into it- she's hyper, but, lazy for treats.

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