|Material||Polyester||Metal||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Polyester|
|Toy Type||Tunnels||Tunnels||Tunnels||Balls, Treat Dispensers||Games & Puzzles, Plush Toys|
|Toy Feature||Exercise||Exercise||Glowing & Light-Up, Crinkle, Exercise, Electronic||Exercise||Catnip|
|Lifestage||Kitten, Adult||Adult||Adult||Adult||All Lifestages|
|Breed Size||—||—||—||—||All Breeds|
Lila LOVES this Frisco Tri-Tunnel! From the moment I took it out she loves to play, nap and hide in it. She brings toys in and out of it to play and especially loves when I swing her favorite wand toy into the center hole. She’ll run in one end and out the other or run into one end to settle and watch everything going on from another. She’s pretty rough with it with her nails and sometimes teeth and it’s holding up great! Definite top 3 of toys I’ve gotten her. Each tube has different closure parts. magenta has loops, navy blue has the buttons to secure into the loops to close it. The aqua blue has the rough side of Velcro and I have no idea what they are for. There is no soft side of Velcro for it to attach to so it’s a mystery. Lila likes to attack them periodically so there’s that.
I was very excited when this tunnel arrived as I thought my cats would love it just as much as they love their other tunnels. We have several tunnels around the house but none with three openings like this one. Unfortunately, the openings are small and narrow and although this would be excellent for kittens and small statured cats (with some alterations made to the product first which I will discuss shortly), larger sized cats are unable to enter the tunnel comfortably. None of my cats are obese, they are normal sized, but I do have one boy who is just a big statured cat (he weighs about 14 lbs.) Two of my three smallest cats who can fit into the tunnel want nothing to do with it and my other cats who do want to play with it cannot fit into the tunnel comfortably. The tunnel does have some dangerous pieces that I feel need to be removed prior to use. I was not pleased with the black plastic pieces that held the product in place that are attached to the tunnel, the loops on the sides of the tunnel which could be chewed off or a claw could be caught on them, or the pieces of velcro that the cats could ingest, so I removed all of these hazards before testing it out. I also removed the balls held on by string inside the tunnel as they are a choking hazard - one contained a bell - and I put some of our safer (string less, bell less) toys into the tunnel for the one cat who could fit in it to play with. As someone who has worked at an animal hospital and seen the aftermath of objects that have been swallowed by animals, from cat toys to chicken bones in dogs, I am more cautious about these things. I would suggest removing these pieces before giving this tunnel to your cats to avoid any possible emergency room visits. This could have been an excellent product if the dangerous pieces were left out and if there were wider openings for larger cats.
My kitten absolutely loves this. the only thing is that it’s very floppy, there’s no way to tether it so he’s always flipping it over and the dangle toy is at the top. It DOES have Velcro patches but I’m not sure what they’re for as it didn’t come with the other part of the Velcro so I can’t use them
This crazy boy of mine is attacking the poor tunnel like no tomorrow. I had bought him the tiny kitten play pringle(idk what it's actually called, but it looks like a red pringle lol) back when he was tiny- and he destroyed it. I'm so happy he's playing with it. I learned he likes tunnels, so I got him one. The feather stick and tunnel combo is itttt. Thanks guys
She’s 6 months old and a handful. Running in and out of tunnel uses energy otherwise spent destroying things. Only thing is she chews/bothers the closure fasteners to refill it. I keep it out. She loves the bell and the hole in middle. Takes her toys inside. Petunia (Pawtunia) says thanks!
My kitty, a 4 month old Showshoe Siamese, loves her tunnel. Our dog, a Golden mix, plays with her. He'll be looking in the top hole when she pops out and is all over his face. She'll run at him, or us, through the tunnel and has a place to hide from all of us. The tunnel is definitely a toy to have.
Seems possible for a cat to get caught up in this. The hole in the center can be twisted when 3 cats pummel the whole thing. I ended up separating each tunnel from the center piece. Now it’s just 3 individual, little tunnels. This would never have passed as a human baby toy.
This is their second one after a year of rough playing with the other one and the wire popped out. I also let them play with it for a week or two then I put it away for the same amount of time. They always get excited when I put it back out for them to play with.
Our cat loves this tunnel. She hides in it, runs through it, and carries it around the room. She hides in it, and stalks us and her other toys from her hiding place. She has a SmartyKat tent and runs from the tunnel to the tent, then runs back through the tunnel from the tent. I have had cats in the past that were not interested in a tunnel like this one, but the cat we have now loves this one.
Although this a Christmas present I have a tunnel for my kitties it s just a long tunnel with a hole in it but they love it so there gonna love this one it has 3 different ways to get out they will be playing hide and seek with each other.