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Petstages Hunt 'N Swat Treat Dispenser Cat Toy

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Let the good times roll with Petstages Hunt 'N Swat Treat Tumbler Cat Toy! This is the purr-fect toy for curious cats and for those who love an occasional snack. Twist the cap open, fill it with your feline’s favorite treats, close it shut and watch her tap into her natural hunting instincts. As she bats and swats, the toy will tumble and roll, dispensing her rewards. You can adjust the difficulty level by twisting the base to change the size of the treat dispensing holes. For added temptation, this toy is topped off with a soft feather to resemble prey and to keep your mind at ease, it’s made with only food-safe materials and completely free from BPA, PVC and phthalate.

Key Benefits
  • Tumbles and rolls with every swat and every bat.
  • Twist the cap open and fill the toy with your furry friend’s favorite treats.
  • You can adjust the level of difficulty by twisting the base to change the size of the holes where the treats are dispensed.
  • Finished with a feather to tap into your cat’s natural hunting instincts.
  • Made from only food safe materials and 100% free from BPA, PVC and phthalate.

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  • Item Number
    227094
  • Dimensions
    6 x 5 x 2.75 inches
  • Weight
    4 ounces
  • Sport Team
    N/A
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Toy Feature
    Feather
  • Toy Flavor
    N/A
  • Toy Scent
    N/A
  • Material
    Polypropylene, Acrylic
Rating: 3.3 of 5 stars 3 Reviews 3 Reviews 3.3 out of 5 Stars

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Pretty Good

    By Hailey on Feb 15, 2021

    I've been working from home in recent months and one of our kitties knows that if she chews on cords and causes chaos that I'll play with her to try to get her to stop. She gets really bored with most toys unless I'm moving them around for her, but when I'm trying to accomplish my work or I'm in a zoom meeting I can't give her the attention she wants. This was a little lifesaver. I put 7 little greenies treats inside and she'll spend the next 15/20 minutes rolling the ball around to get them out. The hole is small so sometimes treats can get stuck, but I'll come to dislodge them for her. The only downside is that she's getting too good at this mouse! So I need to buy her some more complicated I've been working from home in recent months and one of our kitties knows that if she chews on cords and causes chaos that I'll play with her to try to get her to stop. She gets really bored with most toys unless I'm moving them around for her, but when I'm trying to accomplish my work or I'm in a zoom meeting I can't give her the attention she wants. This was a little lifesaver. I put 7 little greenies treats inside and she'll spend the next 15/20 minutes rolling the ball around to get them out. The hole is small so sometimes treats can get stuck, but I'll come to dislodge them for her. The only downside is that she's getting too good at this mouse! So I need to buy her some more complicated puzzle toys to keep her entertained, but this was a great place to start! … more

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    For hunters

    By cicigee on Feb 11, 2021

    My foster cat enjoyed hunting for her food. This was an excellent toy for her. Her regular food was mid-sized kibble, which worked perfectly with this. My older cat sniffed it and walked away. There are two size settings to help with either different size kibble or different difficulty levels, and it works best when only half full. You can also close it altogether. The feathers endured as well as I would expect. Knocked one star because it didn't show how to open it to fill (it's not obvious that the feather tail unscrews) and because I find it a little disturbing that the food is dispensed from a hole at the back as if the mouse were pooping. What are we teaching our cats these days?

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Small treat hole

    By catmomof1 on Sep 12, 2020

    First you have figure out how to open it... you twist the tail off but nothing tells you that. Second the hole the treats come out of is too small for greenies or temptations treats. I can fill it with tiny dry food but he gets it all out within 30 seconds. Third the feathers were pulled out right away. Not a deal breaker for the loss of the feathers but the treat hole is very disappointing.

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