These balls are fun if you are a kitten. I overgrew these. But. Mom thought I would go head over tails playing. I did give one a taste, smell and a paw, but they did noting but stay there.
Sometimes it seems as if the only things my cat likes are cardboard boxes and laser lights, but she is attracted to these balls (probably because of the silver vine) and will play with them. They are a nice size and a nice texture and fun for me to toss to her and watch her go after them.
Both cats really liked these initially. One lost interest, but the other really likes them. He hugs it in his front paws and sometimes reaches his back claws to kick at it. Good fun and exercise. I did notice at one point that he seemed to be pulling bits off and maybe eating them. Not sure, but something to watch out for. I haven't noticed any bits that have been pulled off.
My oldest cat LOVED a little lime green fluff ball and carried it with him as he roamed the house. He lost it somewhere I have yet to find so ordered these to see if he would "adopt" one as his new favorite. He did! However, now we found the old green ball and he has left this one behind. :)
What happens when you place 3 fuzzy balls that jingle in front of 3 tortie cats? The balls are attacked and carried away!!!
My cat played for them for a little and that was about it..
These hugglehounds are a hit with my cats. Just a fluffball of fleece that they can easily grab and run with, grab and lick, or just cuddle.
Our three felines went to town with the fleece balls and more than two weeks later they're still the toy of choice. One of the boys is hard on toys and the fleece ball seems to be holding up to his strenght.
They started playing with them right away! Soft texture with a crinkly inside. Purrfect!