- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 11.4 x 2.5 cm ; 18.1 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 18.1 g
- Item Model Number: 26317
- ASIN: B000256CG4
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 24 January 2018
- Customer Reviews: 933 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 773 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
PETMATE 26317 Cat Crazies Cat Toy
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- Durable plastic construction
- Brings out your cat's natural instincts
- Slide, flip, roll and bite
- Small, simple toys
Item Package Quantity: 1
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I got 2 cats, #1 loves it. He is hyperactive, going on 4 years old but the energy of a kitten. I hope the novelty won’t wear off too soon. But so far it seems like we got hours of entertainment to go.... and possible accidents, when I trip over my cat playing with the toy or the toy itself. #2, who is a lazy overweight bum, seems to enjoy this to a certain extent too, as it is easy to bash and pick up. No need to do the zoomies, can lazy play with minimum movement. Considering, he is a grumpy old fart in a going on 4 year old body, this is pretty good, an improvement to most other toys, he simply ignores. Very happy owner, 2 so far happy kitties.
Probably going to order more, as of the 2 I got out, I have been constantly in search of one, as #1 cat keeps kicking it under furniture, hides it in boxes. And he is just having another play, as I am writing this.
Edit: took some to my local shelter... hours of fun!
Ordered more, so I got some spares, and as well to take to my local shelter. They were a hit...
Only bad thing is they are regularly lost under fridge or furniture.
They are a hard plastic ring ( like a milk container lid ring) that is easily swatted by your cat all over the house.
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My cat is a playful 18 month old who will find adventure and joy in everything, from expensive high end toys to elastic bands - but he has absolutely no time for these at all. Given that he once spent 2 hours playing with a grape stem (and then cried when i tried to throw it away. It's now in his toy box. I don't know what I'm raising) this is quite a damning review from him.
That said, the pack of 4 rings are safe (no sharp edges, no snare risk), seemingly bite proof, bounce around in a way (normal) cats would probably find enticing - and are low cost. I would suggest though seeing if your cat will play with the rings you get on juice cartons (or similar) before you buy these as an alternative
Now my cat played with them for a good 3 and a half minutes, before he decided that they weren't as fun as eating dust/plastic/bugs. Such a shame.
Two feline faces looked attentive as I opened the packet. They like packets regardless of content and they are always happy when they hear the postman at the door. I told them to get ready, new toys! Two feline faces looked blank as they always do at that stage. There was some interest as I released the toys from their packaging. They like packaging, like most cats preferring a cardboard box over most things in life. I handled the items, waved them in front of their little faces, no interest. I threw one across the floor, no reaction. I threw a second, one cat strolled over to look at it but that was the only reaction obtained. The toys are still to hand and since buying in June 2019 I have tried several times to interest the cats with them but to no avail. Unfortunately on the experience we have had to date I can not recommend these toys. An empty cardboard box is a far easier and cheaper means to amuse a cat.