- Product Dimensions: 16.5 x 8.9 x 1.3 cm ; 22.7 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 204 g
- Item Model Number: 327
- ASIN: B000HHQ74O
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 24 January 2018
- Customer Reviews: 1,104 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 354 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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PetStages Catnip Chew Mice Cat Toy
- cat's dental health
- Stitching helps remove tartar
- Filled with catnip
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The ideal toy to improve your cat's dental health while encouraging your cat to have fun. Features: Improves your cat's dental health Stitching helps remove tartar and clean teeth Filled with catnip to keep your cat's interest Perfectly sized to ensure your cat enjoys playing with the toy.
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These mice are well constructed and have a webbing over part of the body which gives a textured surface ostensibly to help clean their teeth when they chew (not sure if it does, but if so its an added bonus) - having been clawed, carried, chewed and thrown around the house and garden they are as good as new at a point other mice toys would have been in the bin.
The catnip is obvious to the cats and can be reactivated by rubbing the toy between your hands before having it snatched away by your cat....
Brightly coloured so you can find them easily on the lawn, gravel, carpet etc. I'd be in trouble if I mowed one of these of vacuumed one up so this is a plus.
Happy cats = happy home. These make the cats happy so!
They are lovely, well-made little mice, with the good quality net fabric on them, and you can smell the catnip. Kitty was rubbing round them as soon as I took them off the card, and he likes me to throw them for him, especially into his play tunnel, where he can dive in after them.
Excellent little toy mice, well-made and a perfect size to hold, chew and carry about, I'll buy him some more when these get tatty. They are very light so would be suitable for small cats, kittens, and nervous cats who might feel a little intimidated by loud, jangly, heavier toys.
The catnip mice are on the small size but they are packed full of good quality catnip if my cats' reactions are anything to go by. My eldest cat, recovering from an RTA, suddenly sprang into action chasing one around the room until said mouse disappeared somewhere under the TV - with such force that we have not yet managed to find it. Luckily we had more than one to satisfy the thirst for play.
Each pack contains two mice, each of which appears to be well constructed out of play and gnaw-proof fabric and mesh. My cats seemed to enjoy chewing the mesh part although the two oldest cats have left it a bit late to benefit from the claims of improvements to dental health with few teeth left between them. The youngest cat still has a full complement of teeth, despite her best endeavours to leave a few behind in the vet's arm, so she may benefit if the toys live up to the dental claims.
Overall I cannot tell if these mice have any beneficial effect on remaining teeth but my cats have rated them 5/5 for fun and catnip magic alone so anything else is just a bonus.
They are tiny though and end up under the furniture all the time so I have to get them out daily.. :)
I would just like to add that our kitten is now over a year old and still plays with them - as does the dog. Do not waste your money on cheaper, poor quality mice - these are the ones to go for - they last and last (still as good as new) and clean teeth as an extra perk!
You may need to roll the mice between the palms of your hands to crush the catnip inside a bit... in order for the lovely cat-nip scent to waft out properly!
Before I did this, my kitty was so-so with them... but after I'd squished the mice a bit, she went weak at the knees, and rolled over, and kept throwing them in the air to catch again.