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Brilliant, my ferrets loved it! I bought a couple of stretchy tubes to put in the holes too. However, there really aren't THAT many balls with it... Enough to loosely cover bottom of the pit. And after my ferrets carried away some of the balls and squashed some others, there weren't that many left! I think you can buy refill packs though? As a structure though the pit itself squashes down easily for travel and holds its shape well as a pop-up piece of kit
None of the balls have been damaged yet and everything wipes clean, so it's a perfect toy for fuzzies. The only thing is that I would suggest putting something heavy at the bottom to stop them flipping it constantly when they stand and lean against the sides.
I'd recommend this for anyone with ferrets or small pets.
My rats enjoy this & you can connect those ferret freeway tunnels to it. Obviously this could get chewed up pretty fast, so I suggest it for a supervised playtime toy. I got them going with it by hiding treats among the balls, but they seem to like climbing over them and chasing each other around in it now as they like anything involving tunnels. My rats are smaller girls and cannot tip it over, but I can see how a large critter could if they climb up and sit on a side or jump off. I am giving it only 4 stars since it should come w/ more balls & suggest getting an extra pack or two when you buy it. You can use other kinds of balls in it too, of course.
As some people have had problems with cats getting stuck in the holes, be sure to put this away if you have a kitty big enough to potentially get stuck.