|Material||Plastic, Polypropylene||Rope||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Plastic||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester|
|Toy Type||Teasers & Wands||Teasers & Wands||Plush Toys, Teasers & Wands||Teasers & Wands||Plush Toys, Teasers & Wands|
|Toy Feature||Exercise, Feather||Feather||Catnip, Feather||Feather||Exercise|
My cats love this thing, but as with everything they love, they knew they had to destroy it. The boa things unraveled Hi, you still got murders in your little heart or your friendly boy and your friendly boy or murderous boy and detached from the wand. There's little puffs of feather boa bits floating all around the place. My cats think they are snacks. It's a super fun toy for approximately 12 hours.
My cats love these boas! They will pick one up in there mouth and carry it over to me so I will play with them. I can sit there for hours moving the boas back and forth while my cats goes crazy. The boas are attached to a short stick/wand which makes it easier to swish the boas around. I highly recommend them to anyone with a cat that has a boas fetish.
While my cat loves this toy it is poorly made. I would give it a 5 star because he loves it but a 1 star because it came apart immediately. It detached from the want and the feathers come off easily.
My cat ignores about 90% of her toys but this one is in her top three! She has caught it so many times with crazy claws and it is just as good as when it was new. She catches it and just licks it. I first thought it was cute that she was "grooming" it but then I googled and it turns out this is an instinctive behavior. When cats catch birds in the wild they use their scratchy tongues to assist in pulling out the feathers. Not great imagery but I love seeing her "getting back to her roots". With all the licking and attempts to remove feathers it has not once shed into her mouth. Really surprised it doesn't have any shedding considering how delicate the feathers are. She also kills all of her wands right off the bat, chews the end to pull the toy off, she hasn't been able to detach this one. I am careful and remove it when we are done with supervised play. I, of course, wouldn't suggest leaving it out unsupervised as with most wand/stringy/feathery/etc toys.
My one 2yr old cat loved it. I was surprised that it was not bigger and fuller, but she didn’t seem to mind. She’s happy with it.
I just got that last week and it's already broke, the feathers are already tore out of the stick
My cat absolutely loves this toy and takes it with him everywhere. Unfortunately, I had to confiscate it whenever the two boa strands started to unravel, creating a gap that could easily fit over his head and stay around his neck. I will say, my cat does play pretty rough, but this occurred less that a few weeks after getting the toy, so we won’t be repurchasing this one unfortunately.
Normally my cat will play with a toy for about 20 minutes and then leave it alone. There are about 30 mice laying around the house! She took right away to this one and grabbed it out of my hand and ran like a dog! When she finally brought it back it was wet with saliva where she tried to lick the feathers off. This one's a keeper....finally.
My cat is not a cat to engage it toys often. But, this toy I can get him to play & he absolutely loves it.
My cat loves this. He's 13 and chases this like he is a kitten!!