It's a lot smaller than I thought it would be, about 3 kitten lengths or two adult cat lengths haha The drawstrings that hold it together have no place to go once you open it up. I guess they can be improvised cat toys, but I hope my cats dont rip them off Crinkle noise is nice for them and not too abrasive sounding, wont disturb my sleep
My new 3-month old kitten, Nyx, loves this chute! It is sturdy and withstands her rambunctious play, she loves hiding in the chute and jumping out of the opening in the middle to surprise our little Shorkey, Nike when he walks by. The chute is well made, very sturdy, it does not collapse like her other one does. It crackles when she runs through it which gets her super excited. I am ordering a second one to connect the two by the strings dangling from one end, making it super long. I recommend this activity toy for all size cats.
You can't go wrong by investing in this Crackly Tunnel! The large side opening allows my cat to really go berserk in her Rocket Cat moods. Thru/ in/ out/ repeat. Hours of fun for all!!!
After a few weeks of sporadic use, the wire is breaking out of the end of the tunnel. I’m afraid my cat will impale himself in a fit of furious play, so this tunnel is going in the trash. It’s a shame, because he loved it. I’m surprised this one fell apart so easily. The PerSmart brand lasted 9 months. This one didn’t make it 6 weeks!
Loki and Thor love tunnels, the more krinkley the better.
One of my cats favorite toys, especially my foster kittens
This tunnel is the best thing I have ever bought my cat absolutely loves this tunnel but time to get a new on soon
My kitty is 4 months old and loves the size of this tube. She gets really excited with the crackle noises that happen when she runs through it. It is light weight and easy to move. This is a great toy for the cat that loves noises.
Pros: It makes crunchy noises which may entice your cat Cons: 1) It's too small. I have two full grown, svelte cats and they'd have to crouch to go through. They've shown no interest. With the kitten, it's no problem. She uses it some. 2) The tunnel is collapsed and tied together with string ties. Your cat will most likely chew them off. Velcro would make more sense.
I bought originally for my ferrets. They really enjoy it and would hop and play in it or even nap sometimes. When I got a puppy he found it and also really enjoyed it.