Introduce your feline to a game of cat-and-mouse with the Rattling Catnip Mice from Ethical Pet. These faux-fur rodents entice your kitty's inner bobcat because they're filled with catnip and loaded with an irresistible rattling sound. She'll love stalking, batting and capturing her prey—just like her ancestors. Indulging in that natural behavior may help to prevent boredom and frustration, and can even dodge common behavioral issues. And there are so many ways to play! Scatter them, use them in an interactive toy, or simply hide them around the house. This 12-pack of mice is sure to purr-lease!
Small rodent toys inspire your cat's instinct to hunt, encouraging her to bat, kick, paw and capture her colorful reward.
Each toy is packed with real catnip, designed to tempt your kitty into playing along.
Rattling sound holds her attention by simulating noisy prey and further encouraging her instincts.
Each 12-pack is made in assorted neon colors that are easy to spot.
Encouraging her hunting instincts may avoid boredom, restlessness and behavioral issues—hide these around the house to provoke her desire to hunt.
Out of a hundred toys my cat has, “red mouse” was always her favorite. It had no tail anymore but is was soft and it had the slightest rattle. Every time she lost Red Mouse, my husband and I had to tear up the house to find it so she can relax and try and go to sleep lol. Well she lost it good and we couldn’t find it. I tried buying other mice but they were never good enough according to her. But she loves these! All the colors and all the mice. So thank u! We don’t have to tear up our house lookin for one mouse anymore!
Ethical?? Not understanding how.
on Nov 9, 2020
I got these in an attempt to get a better, safer and ethical product for the kitties. These are made of plastic and a VERY cheap fabric that sheds. The rattles inside are incredibly inconsistent, some make noise and some sound like there are 1-2 balls inside, and they get stuck in the cone of the nose. Cats weren't interested in these, unlike the better quality ones that came in a mixed pack from another brand. The colors variations are also not pictured in the advertisement and I ended up with neon colors.
on Nov 21, 2020
My cats love these mice. Catnip, tails and rattling are a must for my kids [cats]. I have always had these in gray so I was afraid colors would be rejected. No one seems to care. Sure, they say cats don't see the colors but believe me, my cats have color preferences!
TAILS ARE PROBLEM
on Oct 25, 2020
MICE COME WITH TAILS BUT UNFORTUNATELY, THE KITTENS CHEW OFF THE TAILS AND HOPEFULLY DID NOT SWALLOW THEM. WE FOUND MOST OF THE TAILS BUT FOR FUTURE WE CUT THE TAILS OFF BEFORE GIVING TO CATS. ALSO, THE CATNIP DOES NOT STAY IN THE MICE AS CATS SHOW LITTLE INTEREST UNLESS I RUB ORGANIC CATNIP OR FRESH ON THE TOY AGAIN.
Kitten loved it
on Oct 26, 2020
My kitten went bananas for these mice. We've already lost half of them as he catches them and carries them all over the house. Love that they make noise too!
Smaller then expected
on Sep 8, 2020
Smaller then I expected and not squeaky ( which I expected beings it is a mouse). But Ollie loves them and loses them quickly, so glad they came in a 12 pack
Cheap and not as pictured
on Jun 13, 2020
I bought these mice based on the photo thinking they were more like real fur and had the leather tails. I have 2 cats that love mice and was looking for one similar to the ones we get at our vet after a well visit. I should have read the one review stating they were not as pictured and not leather/ suede tails. These also just have felt glued on eyes and noses. The $12 is way too expensive for this toy as it looks no better than another on Chewy that costs $4.99 for 12. These are cheaply made and not like the first picture shown.
on Aug 12, 2020
My cats love these, to my dismay lol, it's very disconcerting when you step on one in the dark! But my cats do enjoy carring them around with them, I have them stretched out throughout my house.
Love the sound in the mice...so do the kitties
on Jul 19, 2020
My only problem with the mice is my stepping on them. Fortunately, most of them end up under a chair or piece of furniture and then I find them on a weekly basis and then put them back in the toy box. The tail is usually the first thing to go!
on Nov 25, 2020
My kitties love these mousies. They love chasing them!