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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113 reviews 113 Reviews 3.7 out of 5 Stars
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  • The best part of their day!

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    I purchased these treat balls not only as a fun and interactive way for my cats to eat their kibble but also as a way to get one of my cats to eat slower. My one cat would throw up every meal from eating too fast. After putting his kibble in this twice a day he is able to finish the kibble and rarely throws it up... now I just need to figure out how to slow down his wet food intake! But every time I get out the treat balls they get SO excited and start meowing up a storm and get ready for me to put the balls down on the ground. It did take one of my cats a little while to fully figure it out... but now he's really good at it! I'm sure there are some cats who can't be bothered with this sort of I purchased these treat balls not only as a fun and interactive way for my cats to eat their kibble but also as a way to get one of my cats to eat slower. My one cat would throw up every meal from eating too fast. After putting his kibble in this twice a day he is able to finish the kibble and rarely throws it up... now I just need to figure out how to slow down his wet food intake! But every time I get out the treat balls they get SO excited and start meowing up a storm and get ready for me to put the balls down on the ground. It did take one of my cats a little while to fully figure it out... but now he's really good at it! I'm sure there are some cats who can't be bothered with this sort of thing, but for those who get into it this will be a great addition to their feeding or playtime routine! … more

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  • My cats just walked past it!

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    Even after I showed them what would come out of it if they kicked it around a bit, they didn't show much interest and that's with freeze dried shrimps which is their favorite treat. I have a theory that outdoor cats aren't as interested in things like this because they have so much live action in their lives, something like this doesn't phase them. I could be wrong though. I did take it to a friend with an indoor cat and she thought it was the bees knees! The thing is that Chewy made it so inexpensive to try, why not?!

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  • Lots of FUN for everyone!

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    I bought this for our 10 month old rescue kitty, and then ended up buying 3 more because even our older 20 year old kitty enjoyed it! He is usually the one to turn up his nose at any new fangled toy we present to him, but he got pretty excited about this one. We loaded it with both treats and his cat food and he loved it both ways. All 5 of our cats play with these treat ball toys and I am glad to have something they can enjoy while we are at work.

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  • Depends on your cat, I guess.

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    I put my cat's very favorite treat in this - Pure Bites freeze dried shrimp - and she won't play with it. I guess she doesn't want to work for her snacks! I think it's a cool toy but she doesn't! But that doesn't mean someone else's cat wouldn't love it. My cat is just lazy!

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  • Works well

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    One of my cats loves this and works hard to get every treat, but then he skillfully sends it under some piece of furniture so I have to get down on my hands and knees to find it. My other kitty doesn't like to work for her treats so pretty much ignores it.

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  • Not so bad of a product

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    I got this treat ball for my 4 yr old cat who has experience using treat balls (1 was used for small dogs but my cat lost it.., another was a lighting ball that broke so i used the rubber ball w/o light inside to make it s treat ball) it is pretty tough finding the right size & type of treat balls for cats so when I saw this on sale, on the picture it looked prettt good. When i got it the ball was bigger than my expectation lol (size of an apple per say?) Now my house has wooden flooring and when I leave this ball with my cat it makes alot of noise (plastic to wood flooring isnt a great combo) so I can't use it at night due to my neighbors downstairs. For my cat using it, when she gets the right I got this treat ball for my 4 yr old cat who has experience using treat balls (1 was used for small dogs but my cat lost it.., another was a lighting ball that broke so i used the rubber ball w/o light inside to make it s treat ball) it is pretty tough finding the right size & type of treat balls for cats so when I saw this on sale, on the picture it looked prettt good. When i got it the ball was bigger than my expectation lol (size of an apple per say?) Now my house has wooden flooring and when I leave this ball with my cat it makes alot of noise (plastic to wood flooring isnt a great combo) so I can't use it at night due to my neighbors downstairs. For my cat using it, when she gets the right spot to get treats out, alot come out at once which isnt so good to kill time (snack sizes are Temptation treats to Greenies) I would say if you give 10-15 pieces in there with your cat, it would take them about 5 mins to get all out lol. So if your kitty is a smart one, this treat ball will be a piece of cake and she/he will look for you again. … more

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  • Cute interactive treat ball

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    this is a cute interactive toy. The treats come out a little too easy though. The ball easily rolls around and they even enjoy playing with it when there's no treats in it. The ball is rather large. About the size of my fist.

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  • Just OK for my Cooper!!!

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    My cat actually likes the little wobble mice more than this. I bought two but he hardly uses them :( so they will go in box of toys and we can donate to a shelter!

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  • Treat/exercise toy.

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    Good way to exercise kitty but best on a wooden/bare floor as the ball will cover more area and provide more exercise as it'll travel quicker.

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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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