|Toy Type||Chasers||Chasers||Chasers||Chasers||Balls, Chasers|
|Toy Feature||Exercise||Exercise||Exercise||Exercise||Crinkle, Exercise|
|Small Pet Type||—||—||—||—||Ferret|
3 1/2 year old Benny loves to chase the springs--well when he is in the mood. He is enjoying the new smaller circumference springs. They seem to have a little more play in the than the larger ones. In the right mood, he retrieves them.
My Tinkerbell is so obsessed with these "boingy's". We have several different sizes but these are her new favorite. She walks around with them and brings them to bed. They are thin so they do get stuck under the fridge and stove but then its game on to get on the floor with a flash light to find them and pull them out. She feels like she hit the jackpot all over again. She plays fetch with them and has favorite colors. My 2 boys are not interested in them at all.
These work well if you put them on an uncarpeted floor. It holds the cats attention for a while, I think kittens would have more fun with them than older cats. Our cat is 4, she moved it around several times then walked away, having conquered the game. Now is disinterested.
My cats like the regular cat springs. I thought they would like these. They are much skinny than I thought they would be. The cats easily bit right through them. Once broken they were a choking hazard and therefore they needed thrown away. Don't buy the skinny springs.