|Material||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic, Polypropylene||Cardboard / Paper|
|Toy Type||Games & Puzzles||Chasers, Games & Puzzles||Balls, Chasers, Games & Puzzles||Chasers, Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles, Treat Dispensers|
|Toy Feature||Catnip, Exercise, Outdoor||Catnip, Crinkle, Bouncy||Bouncy||Catnip, Exercise||Training, Exercise|
|Lifestage||Kitten||Adult||Adult||Adult||Kitten, Senior, N/A|
My cat loves normal non-toxic bubbles for kids so I decided ti try these - the solution is viscous and you need to hold it over the bottle to blow the bubbles or else the goop will get all over the floor or your hands. Not fun. The bubbles don’t pop when they land on the floor - but then it leaves a residue and if the bubbles land on your cat, then the residue sticks to their fur. Do not recommend, especially for indoor use.
These bubbles last longer which draws the cats at the shelter out of hiding. They can't resist checking them out. They may leave a stickier film for cleanup but it's so worth it!
These bubbles are cool, my cats are perplexed by them, and they do not pop! They float for a long time, and even land on furniture/the floor and maintain their shape. But, when you do touch them to pop them, they leave a little bit of a residue. My cat's whiskers were full of bubble residue, looked like spider webs.
This is a very messy toy, the product itself is very goopy like a slime but the tube does come full. My cat's really like this my eldest cat was iffy on it but my youngest cat went crazy, its messy I got it all over my hands and you'll have to take a wet rag on your floor when you're done but I did enjoy it they enjoyed it I didn't mind the mess however I've seen other people have serious issues. I'm a little concerned about using it now, other people have had things where the bubble will go in our cat's eyes and it films around it which I understand how it happened because this really is a good material the bubble doesn't pop unless you touch it and when you do touch it or it lands on something sharp enough to poke it it all it does is turn into a goo it doesn't disappear, so I think this could potentially be a safety issue and it's making me not want to use it for my cats again so definitely be aware of that and be careful if you do buy this product I think if it was not so thick it could have a lot of potential but due to the thickness of this product it can potentially harm your cat
I love these. My cats love these. My dog loves these. If your cat isn’t too skittish, i think these are a great way to entertain your fur babies.
This doesn’t blow bubbles either by waving wand or blowing on it. It just allows the solution to run down my hand. I threw it away.
My two cats LOVE these bubbles. I pull the tube out and they know exactly what is about to happen. It’s one of their all time favorite activities. They love to jump, chase, pounce and eat the bubbles. And then they usually have catnip zoomies and play together for 30 minutes like mad men. For the humans: yes, the bubbles don’t pop right away and the floor and any surfaces the bubbles touch do need to be wiped down. I have a big empty front room I do the bubbles in so I just use a swiffer mop every few days to get the bubble residue off. The bubbles will also cling to the cats fur but it’s easy to remove and doesn’t seem to bother the cats.
You have a ten pound cat and a 100 pound dog that love these bubbles! I don't know which one enjoys them more and we pet parents get much pleasure from watching their antics! Thanks!
I was so sad. I thought it would be a great stimulus for the cats. Instead, they hid and the residue from the bubbles is sticky and on EVERYTHING. I am so glad I did this outside so I only had to wipe down the patio table, chairs and screen door. I do not recommend these.
Got stuck in my little man’s whiskers and caused him to freak out. Super Sticky and doesn’t pop when it lands .. don’t recommend