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 think the key to making this a great item is having a great treat your cats like. Im trying to find treats that our cats really like and just can't wait for - and will then see a lot more interest in trying to get to the treats. With this item you can actually turn it to where either the fill hole or the dispensing hole are sized to the treat, so smaller sized treats don't just spill out all over the floor. When you see one of your cats "figured it out" and actually makes it roll to specifically get a treat - that's what makes it a great item. Its a good size, interesting design, built well, nice price. I can't see ever needing to buy another one, it should last a long time, but definitelyI think the key to making this a great item is having a great treat your cats like. Im trying to find treats that our cats really like and just can't wait for - and will then see a lot more interest in trying to get to the treats. With this item you can actually turn it to where either the fill hole or the dispensing hole are sized to the treat, so smaller sized treats don't just spill out all over the floor. When you see one of your cats "figured it out" and actually makes it roll to specifically get a treat - that's what makes it a great item. Its a good size, interesting design, built well, nice price. I can't see ever needing to buy another one, it should last a long time, but definitely recommend others buying this.… more
on Sep 5, 2019
I bought this in 2018....good foraging toy so that they eat their dry food slowly and have to work for it as felines’ instinctually do in the wild....but it broke in the middle at the seam. Don’t really feel comfortable super gluing it as the toxins would seep into their food and in turn their body. I have a bpa free cup with top where the hole was dremmeled custom to which food they eat so that food easily falls out when working the toy but not too easy where there is kibble all over the floor and that lasted longer than this toy. Also to mention, it is way easier to reload it with food.
The only toy my yorkie plays with
on Oct 8, 2019
I bought a few of these for my yorkie. She isnt playful/hasnt ever played with any other toys... However, she does a very good job at rolling these around (thanks to holding small pellets and treats!) which keep her busy and active. She always looks at me when the ball is empty like "c'mon, fill it again!"
FUR BABIES DIDN'T LIKE IT
on Oct 29, 2019
They tried for a while, but couldn't get it to spin in the right orbit for the treats to fall out so now it sits in the corner totally ignored.
I wanted to give zero stars, but couldn't escape without picking one.
Hole is too big, treats all fall out easily
on Aug 27, 2019
I purchased the temptationz mouse treat toy for my other cat, which was a big hit. I decided to get this one for my newest kitten because he loves to swat and chase things. What I don't like about this one, though, is that it's so easy for the treats to come out of the hole. You roll it across the floor once and all the treats you've put in are all out already. It would've benefitted from a smaller hole to make it a bit more challenging, so that one or two treats might come out, but not all 8 of them. I'd hoped it'd keep the cat busy for hours. I might try to tape half of the hole and make it smaller and more challenging.
Good For Multiple Things
on Sep 7, 2019
This treat ball has what we call “easy” and “hard” modes. We use temptations treats in it, and they don’t easily fall out of the smaller hole, but do out of the bigger one. We sometimes will create our own “medium” mode by covering the bigger hole halfway. The treats themselves sometimes get stuck in between the spiral and the wall, but a good smack will get them back. I’d say overall this is a great toy and our cat begs us for it every night!
Waste of money
on Sep 10, 2019
I thought these would be like food puzzles where my cats would have to work to get at the treats.
You put treats in the hole in the ball and you roll the ball and the treats just fall out.
there is no working for the treat. Theres no playing with the ball for awhile. it's over as soon as it starts.
And i made the mistake of buying two for my two cats. Waste of money.
Well, my dog loved it. The cats not so much
on Sep 27, 2019Top 250 Contributor
My cats are getting up there in years, and to keep them active I try to get different toys. They looked at my like I was stupid when I showed them this. My dog caught on though and loves it. So, I'm pretty sure that it's a great toy and my cats are just old and cranky.
Cats Are Loving It
on Sep 10, 2019
I have three cats, one understands it, rolling it and then checking back the last few inches in case something came out. The other one is following that one, cleaning up behind her. My third just watches and decides when he is ready for a treat and takes the ball away in his mouth and works it until he gets a treat. This is great!
Unique, fun and interactive
on Aug 17, 2019
Our kitties are three years old and totally indoors. We had a wobbly treat toy that only moved side-to-side. The Catit Treat Ball Toy is awesome because it moves in all directions and it is harder to get the treats out thus creating a more stimulating environment especially for a Siamese/Lynx mix pure bred cat. They immediately starting playing with it and haven't stop since. Great investment. Would highly recommend it.