|Toy Type||Games & Puzzles||Balls, Chasers, Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles|
|Toy Feature||Catnip||Bouncy||Catnip||Training, Exercise, Outdoor||Exercise|
I've been trying new kinds of ball-track toys to try to keep my special needs cat entertained (they’re his favorite but he’s figured out how to remove the ball from the Bergan Turbo Track). He'll sit there for ages batting the ball around and around, while his sisters chew and rub on the nubby center part and the springy toy. He likes the Bergan one better because he can lay down or roll around in the middle of the track, though. :) Sadly, it's not the best quality in a couple ways so I docked a star. First, it's just as easy to pop the ball out of this as it is with the Bergan one. Why can't anyone make them with the ball in place and just a little more of a lip on top so the ball won't come out??? And my one female has also figured out how to hook her claws under the nubby pads in the center and pull them out. It's not all one piece, the brush-like sections are barely clipped into place and I anticipate them being broken soon. While my cat likes playing with it, I'd recommend the Bergan Turbo Track toy over this one for sure.
In the last 7 months our 12 year old Kitty has had his sister pass, had his “kids” move to college, and moved from down south to up north in America. He’s now alone completely while we are at work. He needed stimulation! He LOVES this toy! The only reason I didn’t give 5 stars is due to the catnip it comes with. He really liked it, but oddly both times we have put some on the toy he has been cough/sneezing over the whole night! Like, a lot! So the toy is a win. The nip is a no. ;)
The many features on this toy intrigues both of my cats; they constantly rub their faces on the comb and center knob, which when setting up I didn’t think much of. But they keep coming back to it especially with some cat nip. I do wish the bottom of the toy had a mat of some sort it prevent from sliding on hardwood.