|Toy Type||Chasers||Bells, Chasers||Chasers||Chasers||Chasers|
|Toy Feature||Exercise, Feather||Variety Pack, Exercise||Exercise||Exercise||Exercise|
|Breed Size||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||—||—||—|
Will loves feather wands, and he loves toys with bells, but for whatever reason when I throw this ball to him, he really does not always chase it...maybe he needs more time to get adjusted to it?
This is a great toy for probably every other cat out there! Mine played with it for about 5 minutes?? Good concept.
He pounced on it right away...carries it from room to room. A fun toy that keep him busy.
My kitty loves the toy, soft rubber bull shape with a bell inside what more could a kitty want!
Our two 16 week furry kids love the feather ball. One likes the feathers, and the other likes rolling it around. Would recommend.
I have not seen our cat play with this new toy more than once. He isa little over a year and very active. You can ball up a piece of paper and drop on kitchen floor. He'll play for 30 minutes or more batting around. This doesn't seem to interest him. Maybe your cat will like.....???
My cats love the feathers on this ball as well as the bell. They tousle it in the air and bat it around the house.
And the delivery was perfect. Fast and inexpensive.
Our cats like this but not as well as some of the lighter-weight balls they play with. At least it is large enough that it doesn't "hide" under furniture as they bat it around. There are plenty of other spots they can find to hide it. The feathers pose a choking issue because both cats bite and chew on them. The more mellow bell seems to attract them quicker than the small bells in other toys.
My 2 yr old fur babies are afraid of this toy. The jingle bell is large and really loud. The are afraid of the noise it makes. They avoid this and won't go near it.