|Material||Plastic, Polypropylene||—||Plastic, Polyester||Plastic||Plastic|
|Toy Type||Games & Puzzles, Plush Toys||Plush Toys, Mice Toys||Games & Puzzles||Balls, Chasers, Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles|
|Toy Feature||Exercise||Catnip, Variety Pack||Catnip||Bouncy||Catnip|
I have a 1.5 year old neutered male and a 3 month old male kitten. They are doing a LOT of wrestling and I was looking for something to distract at least the kitten. Both of my boys love it!! They even play it together. The older one is really trying hard to figure out how to get the balls out, but they will spend hours batting the balls back and forth. It is also a great distraction for the kitten while I train him not to climb the window screens!
I've seen much more expensive versions of this item at local pet stores, so I ordered this on a whim. When it came, I unwrapped it and set it on the floor. My cat immediately started playing with it! He loves it, and seems fascinated with just whacking the balls to make them spin. It's lightweight but sturdy and the price was certainly right.
My cats already have the typical single ball in a track toy, which they love, so I added this on to an order to get to the free shipping minimum. Well they love this one too! The balls aren't weighted like in the typical toy, so it's a bit of a different experience for them. Plus it was the first time my two cats played with a toy TOGETHER which was very exciting :)
Grayson wasn't interested in the Tower of Tracks until I showed him how hitting the balls makes them disappear and reappear around the tracks. The toy is now gets more attention than anything non-food related. The Tower arrives fully assembled. It doesn't seem possible to lose any of the balls. Our kitty enjoys it. I guess that makes it a win-win-win.
My older cats don't get what's so great about this, but my kittens have played with it every day since we brought them home (which has been about 5 weeks now). I know this because it wakes me up every morning lol. I highly recommend this, especially for a kitten!
I received this in my Chewy Cat Birthday Box. I thought it was a bit cheap and basic looking but both of my cats absolutely love it. They play with it all the time. We've already lost a ball, but I have other balls that fit into the track just fine. I didn't get the bottom all the way on and kitty knocked it over and I have no idea where that ball went. They love it so much I'm looking for a bigger version with more layers. Cheeto is a 3 year old American bobtail, and usually pretty chill. Ben Kenobi is a 7 month old Bengal with high energy. They take turns spinning the balls around and playing with the top dangling thing, I put the candle on there, and it has held up so far after 3 weeks of daily play.
Bought this for our three kittens and they play with it either together, only two or by themselves. They love it. I put it outside for their feral mom to play and she likes it too. It’s a hit and you can’t beat the price.
not in a bad way, actually in a good way. im glad its big and sturdy it doesn’t just flop over like my other one. it also has like 2 balls on each layer so its more entertaining for them. really good product
I have several cats young and older both enjoy laying next to it and swatting at the balls and pushing them around and around. I enjoy watching them play. 2 to 3 cats at a time can manage to get there paws in there at the same time. Lots of fun. Gonna get another one just because how much they like it.
I have one of these that has only one ball per tier. All the girls play with this constantly banging on it. But the newer one which uses two balls per tier doesn't seem to interest them. I firmly believe over time, they will play more with this toy.