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Ratingagain, as I had to get more... one is already dead, 2nd one soon... they love it!!! 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...
One cat ( out of three) loves these. 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.
I purchased these Cat Crazies for my 2 new birbaby kittens and I wasn’t disappointed. Although one of the kittens loves them more than the other, they both enjoy them. I love watching them play with them. One packet won’t be enough as they end up under the furniture during their wild play sessions.
This toy didn't look too exciting from the picture but I read the reviews & bought some anyway. Best decision ever!!! These weird little shaped light weight structures of plastic keep my cat busy forever! She bats them around the floor & carries them in her mouth to take with her. I'll be buying more of these :)
To give a fair review: My cat hasn't so much as flicked a paw at these, but they are exactly as described and arrived on time. 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
My (very spoilt) cat has a suitcase full of cat toys and these simple little things are his favourite. I can line up 10 different toys in front of him, and he goes for these every time. It's great that they are safe and made for cats, as I'm happy for him to play with them (unlike those plastic strips you pull off food jars which he always wants to chew and play with) This is like a cat version of the naughty human items he prefers which we tell him off for touching! (It's like disguising veg for children - I don't think he realises it's an actual cat toy) So if your cat also has feline oppositional defiant disorder, give him these. He'll think they are yours and play happily for hours.
I actually bought this as a Christmas present for my two cats, not that they need more toys. When it arrived I was a bit miffed, it doesn't look like much, just little circles of plastic, and they already have great fun playing with milk bottle caps, so I decided to give them it today. They both absolutely love them. The resident fat cat has been darting about with them having great fun, and the kitten has worked out he can put them on his paw and flick it across the room, to his great entertainment and our amusement. Cheap and cheerful, but most of our cats favourites are! ( I need to buy more packs now though as three of the four toys have been stashed under the sofa and behind the TV cabinet already and I'm too lazy to constantly be fishing them out! )