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.
Even though my girls are senior fuzz-faces, they love the bubbles. Whether they roll on the floor or float in the air, they like to watch, track and attack these bubbles. Now I did have a bottle of the old formula and it was much thicker, which was good and not great because they didn't float as much but they rolled on the floor longer; with this newer formula, they float more often but they pop pretty quick on the floor. Regardless, the cats still love them and they're a nice, cheap toy.
EXCITEMENT INTERUPTUS !
on Aug 15, 2019
I have two rather mature and settled female felines, 8y0 and 13yo, who aren't often easily excited. So it went with the BOUNCY BUBBLES. Jazmyn and Cleo laid on my bed and periodically swatted at a few bubbles, and called it a day. On the other hand, my neighbor's cat, Adam, seemed to get a bit of a kick out of seeing these "things" come out of my mouth (by his vision), odorous of catnip, and float to him,...and then "pop". Overall, I am pleased with this new toy, even if my kids are not.
on Oct 6, 2019
I love the idea of this product, but unfortunately my cats are terrified of bubbles. Lol so these do me no good. But I have seen my sisters cat play with them and they are the best!!
Produced Very Little Bubbles
on Jul 20, 2019
One cat was frightened by the bubbles, as though they were some type of voodoo magic I was performing. She'd run and hide the moment a bubble was blown. My other cat was mildly interested in the one to two bubbles I'd get from the wand, no matter how gently I blew on the thing.
Bottom line: I would not repurchase this product as it produced very little bubbles and did not entertain my cats as I had hoped. But, my cats are 10 and 13 years old, so...
Missed the Bubble Mark
on Jul 6, 2019
Can’t put my finger on where the fail is with this product but it might be the wand. Or the recipe. You just can’t get enough bubbles or decent sized bubbles to get much interest from feline family members. Purchased two bottles (for 2 different cat households) and I want to request a refund. Gave 3 stars because I love that they came out with this product, it just needs improvement.
Couldn't get a single bubble to form
on Sep 7, 2019
I was hoping for a "safe" non-chew-able activity for a cat with pica. I am very disappointed as I could not get a single bubble to form either by blowing softly or waving the wand.
Not good for cats
on Aug 1, 2019
These bubbles are like childrens bubbles. They break when they land.
The pet Qwerks brand will stick to anything so the cats can get them when they land. They don’t break allowing the cat to enjoy them. They don’t do any damage to furniture.
on Jul 28, 2019
If only our kitties weren’t such scaredy-cats...
You can smell the catnip and they liked when the bubbles just sat on something but were scared when they pop. Then they lick the spot.
not the best
on Sep 23, 2019
I didn’t have the best of luck with this brand and it smelt funny. Plus the bubbles never really made bubbles.
on Aug 12, 2019
My cats were not amused by this product, but they are discriminating.
That being said I think regular bubbles would work just as well and be less expensive