With the wave of a magic wand, you can send Catnip Bouncy Bubbles soaring through the air—thanks to this 5-ounce bottle of fun from OurPets. Made from a completely safe, non-toxic formula, this bubble mix allows cat parents to shower their feline friends with the sensational scent of catnip, with bubbles that are purr-fect for chasing and batting. Not only does it provide much-needed exercise for indoor cats, but it also encourages his natural hunting instincts and fulfills the instinctual desire to catch prey. Plus, you'll have a bubble-popping blast while bonding with your BFF—what could be dreamier than that?
Contains pure catnip oil, made only with premium North American-grown catnip.
Entices her with powerful catnip oil, for an interactive game that's irresistibly fun.
The formula is completely safe, non-toxic and free of dyes.
Stimulating your cat's instincts can help you prevent boredom and curb destructive behaviors.
Promote exercise by blowing these bubbles across the room, sending your kitty running.
Unlike other reviewers I haven't found that these are bad bubble quality, it does take a little finessing to produce a good stream though. My girl was curious about some soap bubbles so I thought I'd give these a try; she's still figuring them out and doesn't play with them yet, but is super vocal when I put them away. It's only been a day so I'm sure she'll warm up to them soon
Don't waste your $
on Feb 21, 2021
For the price you think its going to be good. But the bubbles don't come out no matter how you blow. Once one does the only good thing is they stay on the floor for a bit and don't pop right away. They aren't anything to write home about. We have had better.
Super Potent Catnip Bubbles
on Jan 5, 2021
I have to agree with some of the other reviews in that this is the worst bubble product I’ve come across. But I added a little Dawn (about 5 drops) and about 5 drops of Now Solutions vegetable (pure) glycerin (used for hair and skin; also creates lather in my homemade soaps and shampoos) and stirred. É voila! Bubbles!! If you’ve the patience try that instead of throwing it out. Do not use bath gels or harsh soaps as they can harm your pet.
on Dec 13, 2020
I bought these bubbles because they were a good price and a larger container than the other bubbles my cat loved. The smell was pungent so my cat was really excited when I opened the bottle, but I spent so long trying to get any bubbles blown, that he was pawing at my leg and yelling at me impatiently. Every time you try to blow a bubble, even gently, it pops at the wand before it even starts to become a bubble. Although my cat was really excited about the scent, I would not recommend this brand, because I was unable to create any bubbles.
Hit or miss
on Jan 24, 2021
One of my kitties thought that these bubbles were the absolute enemy. The other remains curious but isn’t quite sure what to do with them, lol. As others have mentioned, the bubble wand doesn’t allow for more than a few bubbles to come out per blow
CHANGE THE STICK
on Dec 31, 2020
Yes, if you use the stick it comes with you will get one or two bubbles per blow. BUT I changed it to a different container that gives me tons of bubbles! The formula is great! Get a stick that is oval shape and smaller it’ll give you tons of small bubbles!!! 10/10 my cats love their Christmas gift!
on Feb 6, 2021
Sadly disappointing! Cats were very interested in the bubbles & you can definitely smell the catnip. But it's really difficult to get even one bubble to actually blow
on Jan 12, 2021
These are fun, but you can only get one bubble at a time. I think the catnip oil makes the solution too heavy. You could have more fun with a 99¢ bottle of bubbles. The catnip doesn't seem to make a difference.
Don't Do It
on Feb 19, 2021
This isn't even good bubbles. Save your money and don't embarass yourself in front of your cat(s) again. Even the dog was rolling his eyes.
Cats not too interested
on Nov 9, 2020
I have two cats that love to chase so we're always on the lookout for fun new toys, but my cats did not really like this product (and neither do I). First, it's nearly impossible to blow bubbles with how thick and drippy the formula is. Second, my cats weren't too interested to make the struggle worth it. My older cat just hissed at the bubbles as they got close to her and wanted nothing to do with them; the other cat loved watching them fall to the ground, but I couldn't get the bubbles out fast enough to keep her attention. Also, the wand got sticky pretty quickly so that's less than ideal.