|Material||Plastic||Nylon||—||Thermoplastic Rubber||Synthetic Fabric|
|Toy Type||Chasers||Chasers, Teasers & Wands||Chasers||Chasers, Teasers & Wands||Chasers|
|Toy Feature||Exercise||Exercise||Catnip, Exercise, Bouncy||Exercise||Bouncy|
|Lifestage||Adult||Kitten, Senior, N/A||Adult||Puppy, Kitten, Adult, Senior||Adult|
|Breed Size||—||—||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||—|
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.
I have to admit it's fun to sit down and spring these around and watch the cats go for them, but they do loose interest pretty quickly. I have some similar toys (that flick) that are similar to the old "finger handcuffs" and those seem to hold my cat's attention better. Still, these can be fun to start a play session or just do some additional play. Need to be picked up, though, as not fun to step on!
My cat Bandit loves these Thin Colorful Springs. When I throw them he chases after them, and they are thin enough that he can easily pick them up in his mouth and bring them back to me (when he feels like it). He also enjoys batting them around on hardwood floors, as they slide easily.
My cats go absolutely feral over these! They would play with these all day long if I let them. They even hide them all over the house so they can keep playing with them when I put the other springs away. If you need something to occupy your cat for hours, get springs!
My almost 1 year old kitten loves these springs. I'm sure she has a stash of them somewhere because I have to keep ordering them for her because they magically disappear.
Our youngest cat loves these! I spend half my days getting them out from under my bed or out from the closet. They’re safe and colorful. His favorite toy.
My cats absolutely loved these, and we left them out for the cats to play. Unfortunately, I think my cats must have very strong teeth and we started finding pieces of them around the apartment (they still absolutely loved playing with the pieces). However, we were worried about the choking risk and had to throw them away.
My young ones absolutely love these. They never tire of them and thankfully they come in a multi pack so I don't have to spend much time getting them out from under furniture.
Out of all their toys, this one never gets old and they constantly play with these. Though it does depend on your cat as I have older kittens who aren't too interested. But my younger kittens adore these.