|Material||Wood||Wood||Cardboard / Paper||Plastic||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester|
|Toy Type||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles, Treat Dispensers||Exercise Wheels & Balls, Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles, Treat Dispensers|
|Toy Feature||Catnip||Training, Exercise, Outdoor||—||Electronic||Exercise|
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This is nicely made with wood. I only with you got more balls. My cat can get them out so I have to hunt for them...luckily they do not fit under the stove and refridgerator!
I bought this as an exercise in brains and legs for my chubby adult cat. He doesn't care so much about the balls, but we put some kibble in there sometimes and he has to work to get it out. The kitten, on the other hand, loves everything about it. The balls, the snacks. All of it. He has been able to get the balls out and loves those too. Would Recommend.
After getting this found it is not made of real panels of wood. More like the kind u cannot get wet. For our purposes its ok. We hold toys and tiny mice in it. I was hoping to toss in food mixed with mice to slow our kitty's inhaling of his lunch. But due to i cant really squirt with soap or water to wash food crumbs we will find another way to slow his eating.
This would be a great toy, but my kitty is finicky sometimes. Cats you never know what interest them sometimes.
Both adult cats had an interest at first but quickly lost that interest. I ordered additional balls, but as an earlier reviewer mentioned, they are smaller and are quickly batted outside the box and lost. I took it away when I found the dog trying to eat a lost ball. I might try it with small treats and hope it becomes worth what I spent for this.
I suppose this toy would be ok for the average kitty but my two Maine Coon kitties were able to get the balls out of box after a few tries. This is not a cheap toy either.