PIONEER PET Catnip Toy Nip Nibblers, 3 count -

Pioneer Pet Catnip Toy Nip Nibblers, 3 count

By Pioneer Pet
Rated 4.2026 out of 5 stars
$6.24Chewy Price

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About This Item


  • Each pack includes 3 Nip Nibblers, great if you have multiple feline friends.
  • Nylon-woven pouches are prefilled with catnip, just open and let the fun begin!
  • Catnip helps your cat be a more active and can reduce obesity.
  • Stimulating toy keeps cats entertained by releasing just the right amount of catnip when chewed or squeezed.
  • Safe and non-toxic!

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Questions & Answers

6 Customer Questions

are you going to be having a sale on the Catnip Nibblers soon? Of course, Marley hides them & now I am out. HELP, ty

Are these made in the USA
Answer by ChewySep 09, 2019
This toy is made in the USA.

Once the cats have gotten all the catnip out of these, is the plastic they are made of recyclable? Thanks!
Answer by ChewyJan 03, 2019
Due to the technical challenges that are common to nylon recycling, there are relatively few recycling facilities that accept nylon. However, there are recyclers who have the specialized equipment and expertise to create post-consumer and/or post-industrial plastics from used nylon. It's recommended to reach out to your local recycling facilities to learn if they can accept nylon.

is this safe for dogs?
Answer by ChewyNov 20, 2022
This is a safe and nontoxic for cats. It is not designed for dogs.

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Rated 4.2026 out of 5 stars
311 Ratings
Would recommend to a friend

311 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Lisa on May 23, 2023

Something about the cat nip

My oldest cat was trying to get to them while they were in the big box- I wasn't thinking about what was in the box and it didn't get opened for a few hours. They didn't notice the treats or the cans (the treat thing was a bit shocking we were down to the ones that weren't liked as much) the only thing they had eyes for were these. As I finally free one baby girl actually is willing to stand her ground this stick was HERS she walks away almost every time not today. The second one is deployed and missy and baby girl have their own instantly I have an idea my neighbors cat needs the third. The package got set down for just a moment Gus decided that he was Not going to wait for dad to open it and snagged the whole shebang seriously something about the cat nip

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Paul on May 4, 2023

These might be unsafe...

At first, my cats loved them. They're catnip, what did you expect? However, I noticed that they quit playing with them rather quickly. This seemed odd since I have catnip toys that I bought them when they were kittens 14 years ago that they still love, so I took a closer look. Upon closer inspection I could feel something poking out from the mesh of the braided sheath that rather sharply poked my fingers. I can only imagine that when my girls bit on them, they got bitten back, so to speak. My best guess is that there were sharp stems inside that didn't get ground down enough. This is probably so that it doesn't slip through the mesh of the braid, but in my opinion, they should do a better job of grinding the catnip a bit more because my cats won't play with these anymore.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Suki on May 16, 2023

Worth A Try

Only one of our three cats was interested in them. He tossed it around and took one out on the screened porch with him. But his interest in them only lasted a few days. Might be worth a try though as many others left reviews indicating their cat loved them. They are well made and attractive. The cat who loved them initially carried them around with him.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Erin on May 21, 2023

The Favorite!

A hit right out of the package in my house! My 13 month old carries it around the house in his mouth as if he has caught prey for dinner. My 10 year old is happy to push it around the floors for her exercise. They both love them!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Waterbaby1990 on May 3, 2023

Cats Go Bonkers for These!

My cats usually aren’t into traditional cat toys. They prefer hair ties, straws, and tissue paper. But they love these catnip bubbler toys. When I say love, I mean they go so bonkers for them even my slightly chunky cat with zero athletic ability is doing flips in the air!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Emma on Apr 6, 2023

Holy Catnip, Batman

My cat found these IN THE PACKAGE not even 2 minutes after I got them out of the Chewy box. He started attacking the package on the table. I barely escaped with my limbs intact trying to get the nibblers out of the package. My notoriously aloof calico also commandeered her own nibbler and refused to give it up. These are seriously the berries-- will be placing them on the "Buy Again" list FOR SURE.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By PEll on May 1, 2023

Not much interest

A bleh response from kitty, I think the item is too small for her interest. She loves her banana catnip toy, her balls, her green worm etc. This thing seems to have a single second of interest. Maybe because she can't bunny kick it? its too small...

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By geodea on Apr 15, 2023


My cat is getting to the age where her she doesn't play with toys as much as she used to. But when I gave her on of these sticks she went crazy. She loved it. Now over a week later she still is playing with it. She chews on and licks it. She also naps on it. I'm very happy with this toy. Finally, a toy my cat likes.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By MilliesMom on Apr 3, 2023

Kitty paradise!

My one cat doesn't typically react much to catnip. She actually likes to eat it as an appetizer. She might rub her cheeks in it once or twice but nothing more. I opened this package and gave one to her and she went into bliss rolling around with it and then playing! I have got to find out what kind of catnip they use to fill these toys!

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Diana on May 12, 2023

good at first but smell doesn't last long

When I first cats they liked them, by day 2 only 1 cat was only somewhat interested. It is nice that they are durable so the cats can scratch them, throw them around, and bat them around.