Easily battable, this toy attracts the cats' attention with the bell/ball inside. As it rolls, or sometimes flies, across the room, the cats give chase and after catching their 'prey,' have some fun with it before sending it in another direction. All in Good Fun. Thank You!
My kitties love it! They even play fetch and bring it back to be thrown again. 5 stars. BUT the veins break very easily. They are hard plastic, and the broken pieces are small enough to be swallowed and cause awful injury. Inspect it after each toss!
My cat absolutely loves chasing these. Unfortunately it seems to be very cheap and weak material. It doesn't take him long to destroy these and once broken, the tiny ball inside is free and could be a choking hazard. Would be much better if it was more durable.
Cats loved these, but they are plastic and if you accidentally step on one it crushes and leaves a lot of little hard pieces of plastic. Would be great for an area where kitties play, but not much foot traffic.
My cats love any kind of ball but these have a small metal bell inside which they might swallow if they can get it out or it breaks open. There are many of these in the pet market and I don't think they're safe.
I think my cat wants a toy she can carry around in her mouth. These don't provide that. Might end up donating to Humane Society.
My 10 month old kitty will play with these until they disappear under furniture or get stuck somewhere.
Love the bell noise, but the ball itself is uninteresting to my cats. I think it's the hard plastic. They looked at these for 5 minutes and decided they will never play with them.
She loves these and plays with them. But 2 have already disappeared under or behind furniture or somewhere. I'll probably get more of these later cause she does like batting them around. But I'd love to see this same ball about twice the size. That'd be perfect.
I have other balls with bells made of softer plastic that just compress and deform if you step on them. These shatter. I wish I had realized before purchase. When they all ultimately are destroyed I'm going to make sure to buy the balls that are made of less brittle plastic. So far my cats are not especially interested in them, but they've been in a mood lately about wanting wands over balls right now, so it may not mean anything.