The Kitty KONG Cat Toy is a toy and treat dispenser designed specifically to tap into the natural curiosity and hunting instincts of your cat. Squeeze a little of the KONG Easy Treat into the center for your cat to enjoy, or use a pinch of catnip or some dry kibble inside this versatile toy. With its lightweight construction, the Kitty KONG toy can be batted, rolled or bounced by your cat.
Designed specifically to tap into the natural curiosity and hunting instincts of your cat with an unpredictable bounce.
Squeeze a little of the KONG Stuff’N Easy Treat into the KONG for your cat to enjoy this durable treat dispenser.
You can also use with a pinch of catnip or your cat’s favorite dry kibble inside this versatile toy.
With its lightweight construction, the KONG toy can be batted, rolled or bounced by your cat easily.
No refrigeration needed.
Supervised use only. Remove all packaging. Discontinue use if damaged. For cats only. Keep away from dogs and other household pets.
My cat will play with this until he's gotten the treat out all the way. It's been able to hold up to his chewing and biting. I like to use the Halo Liv-a-Littles Grain-Free 100% Wild Salmon Freeze-Dried Dog & Cat Treats. They fit perfectly (don't easily fall out but he can eventually get them to come out).
Destroyed in two days
on Nov 11, 2019
My cat is an avid chewer, so I got him one. Figured it’d be better for him to chew this than my clothes. He. Tore. It. Apart.
She loves these
on Sep 10, 2019
My four year old cat loves these Kongs. She has four of them, I usually get the tiny dog ones, but the cat one is softer. She bats them all over the place, they are her favorite toys, and I don't even stuff them!
on Aug 19, 2019
My cats have no desire to play with it treats or not. Not even if I put catnip in it and that usually gets them to play with anything. I think it’s just way too small for them. Really disappointed in this product that I was so excited to receive.
Cat Kong ball
on Sep 30, 2019
I got this for my cat and she had no interest at all. But I got the mouse cat treat ball and she loves that.
It is a no go for Lilly!
on Jun 20, 2019
I filled it with Lilly's favorite treats expecting her to play with it for a bit. She is a very playful old gal, but this just didn't do it for her. She quickly got the treats out and left Kong Kitty Toy on the floor. She was totally disinterested in rolling it around.
Thanks for your great service but this is not a toy for Lilly!
on May 13, 2019
My cat loves this toy. I fill it with some treats and a little bit of cat wet food and it keeps her entertained for a long time.
My cat was not thrilled
on Apr 19, 2019
My cat is bengal and very energetic. I got this toy thinking it will keep him occupied. He gives up on the snacks inside...
on Oct 29, 2018
First off this is a lot smaller than I expected. I guess I should have looked at the size on the description. My cat has no interest in this. I've tried dry treats, wet food, putting it in the freezer, etc. Perhaps it would be better for a cat that is more food motivated.
Not the right thing
on Oct 12, 2018
This toy is about the length of my pinky finger. I thought it would be bigger. I also thought that it would dispense kibble when my cats played with it, but the kibble just falls out when you set it on the ground. I guess I misunderstood what this was. It seems to be more for putting wet food or paste in, something that would cling to it's interior. But then it seems like your cat would just try to chew it up, which it specifically says not to let your cat chew on it. Overall I don't understand what this is actually for, but I wish I had not bought it. Perhaps some cats would have fun batting it around, but mine seem to prefer pompoms.