Catit Design Senses Circuit Cat Toy

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Rated 3.9715 out of 5 stars


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MaterialSynthetic Fabric, PolyesterSynthetic Fabric, PolyesterSynthetic Fabric, PolyesterPolyester
Toy TypeGames & PuzzlesGames & PuzzlesGames & PuzzlesGames & PuzzlesGames & Puzzles, Plush Toys
Toy FeatureExerciseCrinkleGlowing & Light-UpCatnipCatnip
LifestageAdultAdultAdultAdultAll Lifestages
Breed SizeAll Breeds

About This Item


  • Expandable track.
  • Swirl-patterned ball catches cats' attention.
  • Peak-a-boo track triggers hunting instinct.
  • Great for multi-cat homes.
  • Large openings along the circuit that allows your furry friend to safely reach in and touch the ball.

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Questions & Answers

36 Customer Questions

Is it possible to replace the battery in the ball, or do I need to buy a new ball?
Answer by ChewyAug 18, 2018
The batteries for the ball aren't replaceable, however we offer replacement balls, the Catit Design Senses Circuit Motion Activated Illuminated Balls Cat Toy.

i have the super roller circuit. are there end caps for this toy or is it just a continuous circle?
Answer by ChewyNov 13, 2017
The ends (end caps) have a slight elevation which pushes the ball out from the ends into the track. The cat/kitten moves the ball around the track by using his paw in the holes in top of the track. You can also take any number of the upper covers off to give them easy access.

Can the super roller change from a figure 8 to a circle without extra pieces?
Answer by ChewyJun 29, 2019
This toy can be connected with other circuits to create a customized playtime experience for your cat, however, the pieces must be flat to the ground and a figure 8 position may not allow your cat to properly roll the ball throughout the unit.

My cats are 4. Is this more for kittens?
Answer by ChewyNov 15, 2017
Catit Design Senses Circuit Cat Toy can be used by both kittens and adult cats.

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1502 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Barbara on Dec 4, 2023

Senses Catit Toy

We put this together as one more toy for our cat and he went wild. The ball that comes with it and lights up as it moves around the track is all you need. I bought the accessory that he can chase food from the top to the bottom and he thought it was fun to store his fur mouse in it. Never looked at the treats. The ball was more fun. The instructions that come with the toy are hard to decipher, just remember you want the tracks to connect and meet at the end.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Kirsten on Nov 14, 2023

Fine / Could be better

The ball doesn’t roll very far on its own because of the little hills in the track. Also, some of the tops of the track don’t click in all the way. (Perhaps I just got a slightly damaged component?) My kitten was able to pop the top of the track off and get the ball out at one point. Lastly, the ball I received sometimes doesn’t time-out on its own, so it glows constantly. Battery won’t last long with this defect. However, this is one of the only roller ball tracks that isn’t just a small circle, so my cat enjoys having it.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Susan on Nov 30, 2023


This is a hit. We have 4 indoor cats, 1.5 to 2 years old. They play great together, but, get bored and always want entertainment. This toy not only provides, but, is made to be abused. Worth every penny. On the expensive side but made to last. I hope this company comes out with more ideas and well made toys.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Dana on Dec 1, 2023

I had high hopes

My cat popped the top off in five minutes. Took a bit to get them back on properly and he popped them off again. The balls don’t move around the track very well and they have to be swatted or crashed pretty hard to light up. My boy has more fun with the balls outside of the track more than in.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Olivia on Nov 14, 2023

Fun, ball runs out of battery quickly

My cat likes it sometimes. It's not the most exciting toy in the world but she did like it for a while. Unfortunately the ball that lights up died in a matter of weeks. You can't replace the battery or anything, you just have to throw the whole thing out and buy a new one - which is not only incredibly wasteful, but also expensive. Disappointing.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Harley on Nov 8, 2023


I had such high hopes for this product that I bought both kinds of tracks and extras. Eagerly awaiting the packages' arrival, I envisioned my cats' joy. Said cats watched as the first 4 or 5 pieces locked into place before wandering off. Fine, I thought, no problem, they'll love it when it's all together and they know what they can do with it. Nope. Only two of my three cats seemed to understand that this was a toy at all. Fine, I thought, Jane will come around. She just needs a bit of time. Soon they'll all realize what this thing is and the joy shall commence. Well, they did try. Handsome Jack's paw/arm got trapped in the tunnel almost every time he reached for the ball. And an hour of that was sufficient for Jack. Simon Sez' trapping percentage was even higher but either more tenacious or thicker skinned, Simon persisted in his efforts to enjoy the catit tracks on & off for several days. He eventually have to give up within the week. So the 'paw holes' are not ideal for paws. The tunnels themselves, although supposedly both sets work together, the differences in ramp heights make it very difficult to move the balls along the track. (That is, of course, assuming for a cat with the proper paw size.) The balls themselves are another problem. They are neither sized correctly to fit the tracks nor weighted properly to run them smoothly. Most of the time you find them either stuck along the track past the paw point or laying lifeless at the end of the line. Like many other people, I tried different kinds of balls and repositioning the tracks until I felt crazy. In the end, I was unable to overcome the problems and my cats did not get the opportunity at that overwhelming joy I hoped for when making these purchases. Instead, they got the high risk of being injured either while attempting to interact with this as a toy(arms stuck inside plus panic) or trying to avoid this as a tripping hazard. Eventually, sad & a bit angry, I packed away the pieces as best I could. Even this was problematic as it's an awkward thing to store and I'd only retained one of the boxes- high hopes and all. So, today, this box sits, at an angle, always ready to tip over, with several pieces poking out the top somewhere...still in the way.