Fat Cat Big Mama's Pounce-O-Rama Cat Toy
About This Item
- Fun toy to engage your kitty and fulfill her natural instincts.
- Features a ball that irregularly rolls underneath the fabric.
- Rails ensure that the ball remains contained and will not roll out.
- Included organic catnip can be added through the bottom door.
- Provides your furry friend with regular exercise.
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26 Customer Reviews
GREAT toy! Bought it for my two three year old boys. My younger one only cares for it a little, but, but he plays sometimes, but my older one goes nuts for it. The day he came he played with it for hours! He usually doesn't care for toys. He hasn't gotten the red ball out either and he's usually very good at that. He's not as interested after a few days but still likes to play. It's smaller than I imagined but still big enough for my 13 pound boys. It's light so it moves easily and sometimes flips and is VERY loud on hard surfaces. The cloth covering is relatively sturdy but still tearable, so keep those claws short. Even with all that I am *very* happy with this toy and recommend to everyone! Would also be wonderful for rowdy kittens.
Much smaller than other ball toys
I wanted to get this because my cat loves pouncing on things. However this was much smaller than I thought it would be which is my bad for not looking at reviews or the dimensions. My kitten was interested the first day, now she plays with it every few days. The fabric pretty much touches the bottom of the toy so it’s not as great for pouncing as I thought, if they worked out a few of the kinks I think this could be an amazing toy. There’s also nothing to keep it stuck to the floor so she ends up tossing it across the room when she plays.
I have a six year old Siamese that I adopted two years ago. He never showed much interest in play other than occasionally chasing a laser. After losing my other cat last week, I decided to get him some new toys. He has played with this off and on all day. It isn't fast or glitzy but appeals to his love of touch as well as catnip and hunting instincts. May not work for every cat, but perfect for my guy.
Interactive and Durable
My big cat loves this toy and will invite me to play. We take turns spinning the ball although he cheats by reaching across
Best for kittens
My adult cats have played with this toy a few times. I think they would spend more time with it if it was bigger/wider so they could lay in it. They do scratch/dig at the cloth top - I am not sure how long it will last.
My cat doesn’t know how to use this. It doesn’t work as well as some other toys and took a long time to arrive
Favorite cat toy
This is my cat's favorite toy since he was a tiny kitten. His sister recently had kittens, no he wasn't the father, one of her kittens decided that he loved this toy as well. He would nap on top of it like a hammock. So when the kitten went to his new forever family, he took the toy with him. I had to replace said toy for the original owner, he was so upset that his toy was gone. I was thrilled that Chewy had this same toy! Thank you Chewy for saving my relationship with my cat!
We have rescued 2 kitten brothers. We bought this pounce-o-rama and they just love it. It is so much fun to see the two of them playing with it. They enjoy it so much.
Too Much & Too Little
This item arrived with one of the side piece joints separated, causing it to collapse on one side. There is too much tension for me to glue this without some kind of curved clamps, which I don't have. So- too little glue/adhesion holding the pieces. On the other hand there is almost an inch too much fabric in the center, giving too much resistance to the movement of the ball. The cats should be able to push the ball & then be inspired to go after it again by seeing the shape move under the cloth, but the ball stops immediately because the fabric weighs too heavily on it. Good concept, poor execution.
My kitty loves it
He plays with the toy then falls asleep in it. The only thing I don’t like is the fabric seems like it will rip easily. Even with the kitten’s nails cut, they keep getting caught in the fabric.