OurPets Play-N-Treat Cat Toy

By OurPets
Rated 3.193 out of 5 stars
$4.36Chewy Price
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About This Item


  • Purrfect to stuff with your pal’s favorite treat or kibble, and roll to dispense.
  • Your cat will love chasing it and tossing to free the tasty goodies inside.
  • Great to add in much-needed exercise to your kitty’s day with an enriching activity.
  • Stimulates your cat’s natural instinct to pounce, leap, chase, and hunt.
  • Comes with two stuffable, refillable balls that are ideal for multiple kitty playtime.

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Questions & Answers

8 Customer Questions

Does this come as a two pack like shown in the picture
Answer by ChewyDec 13, 2017
This product comes in a set of two. .

Can it be used with any of treats such as temptations
Answer by ChewyJun 13, 2019
Any treat that fits in the hole is suitable, the hole is approximately 1/2 inch in diameter.

Does the ball actually bounce? Details say bouncy ball but is it made of hard plastic or rubber type plastic.? My cats finally destroyed theTemptation danger mouse lol..
Answer by ChewyDec 16, 2018
The toy can bounce. It is made of a hard plastic.

are the balls cleanable ?
Answer by ChewyJan 17, 2019
It's recommended to clean the toy with warm water and mild soap. Discard immediately if toy becomes ripped or damaged.

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Rated 3.193 out of 5 stars
228 Ratings
Would recommend to a friend

226 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Taylor on Sep 29, 2023


Put some kibble/treats in this, I actually use this to feed my kittens. The balls are a good size to portion out a meal and it keeps them enriched/not eating too fast for their meals. Love this idea!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Jeanne on Nov 14, 2023

Good idea, BUT

They are very flimsy, and cheap. They often pop open, instead of staying closed. Treats stay in more then come out.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Mary on Oct 27, 2023

The hole is too small

I use TEMPTATIONS Classic Crunchy and Soft Cat Treats Tasty Chicken Flavor for my cat. The hole in the ball is too small for them to exit.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Katk on Jun 20, 2023

Hit with 3 different cats

We bought the Go! cat Go! ball several years ago. The first cat that used this ball would hit it really hard across the kitchen floor. The next cat learned to roll it in about a square yard and get all the kibble out. Our current cat has mastered rolling the ball to get 5 or 6 kibble out at a time. Initially we had to show each how to use it. However, all three mastered and enjoyed playing with it. We are still using the original ball. I bought these to give to cat loving friends.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By CyberHez on Jun 1, 2023

Generally great, with caveats

Our kinda-fat-cat loves this and we're pretty sold on it too, especially given its price point. Pros: Our food-motivated cat found it super easy to use this toy and extract his treats. Kibble generally works just fine, and so do the treats we've used, though some definitely take more effort on the cat's part than other treats. (That's why you'd be getting this, right? So that the cat has to work for his treats?) Temptations and Greenies square-shaped filled treats are easier for the cat to get out than less-symmetrical treats such as Greenies dental crunchies and anything else that's approaching the size of the hole. Eventually, though, we find the ball the next morning, completely emptied of its cache. Cons: The only downside we've determined is that it's definitely a challenge to open and close, owing to the durable plastic they use and relying on a snap-closure. We've found it easiest to open when we squish it carefully along the seam, but someone with arthritis or otherwise impaired hands would have trouble for sure. To close it, we snap it back together after precisely aligning the "open here" pry-hole; no matter what, though, it always stings my hands when it snaps successfully shut, and it'd be a lousy experience for the same folks who might have trouble opening the ball. All in all, it's great for our situation, as we're unencumbered by issues with our joints, and we would gladly rank it 5 stars were it not for how difficult it is to open and close. If you or your recipient has any joint issues in their hands, though, there are easier options out there.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Cindy on Oct 16, 2023

They are ok

The treats are hard to get out. The toy is not very interesting

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By ohcheap1 on Apr 16, 2023

Not ideal!

The balls are a very hard plastic. Not pliable AT ALL. You dont unscrew them to put treats in you have to pry them apart with a flathead screwdriver. IF you dont break it on the first try I guarantee you will on the 2nd. I would suggest spending a bit more and getting one that is easy to fill and holes are a bit larger.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By EthneDragon on Feb 7, 2023

The Fosters Love It

The foster kittens love it, they've been chasing them around all evening. The older cats have figured out how to lay down and roll it between their front paws and get treats to fall out. Kinda defeats the purpose there lol. Overall, it's a good product, unless you have too smart for their own good older cats who really needed the exercise haha

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Nina on Jan 2, 2023

Keeps them entertained - good value for the money!

My cats love batting these around to get the treats out. I would have given this 5 stars but they're not easy to open & refill. so I just put the treats in the hole, it's big enough to do it that way. Otherwise it's a great toy and you can't beat the price.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By 0608w on Jan 20, 2023

Treat balls ...

My cats were not interested in these at all. I was disappointed about that... One of them was really hard to open the other one wouldn't stay shut.