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Zanies Rattling Hypno Mice Cat Toys - Set of 4 (fur free)

by Zanies

Price: $3.35 & FREE Shipping
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  • Elastic, bouncy bodies contain rattles to captivate cats
  • Tested for durability and made from top-quality materials
  • Cats are Crazy for Zanies Cat Toys!
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Zanies Rattling Hypno Mice Cat Toys - Set of 4 (fur free) + Cat Dancer 301 Cat Charmer Interactive Cat Toy + Bergan Turbo Scratcher Cat Toy, Colors May Vary
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000M1B7I6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (180 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,487 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Zanies® Hypno Mice Will Mesmerize Cats For Hours Of Playtime. Hypno Mice call cats to play with a playful rattling sound and bold colors entwined in a cool, swirled design. Measuring 3", they are the perfect size for both adult cats and kittens. Mice come in 4 assorted luminescent colors.


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Customer Reviews

My cat loves these mice.
Cat Lady
Removed ears, eyes, nose since they are choking hazard and there for humans, cats don't care.
Texas Kayaker
My cats only like mice that rattle… so, the Cats loved it.
Book Hunter

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By J. Lee on April 28, 2011
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The rattle made this an instant favorite with the cats. I loved it because it's slightly larger than other rattle mice and it does not easily slide under the piano like their others. It still goes under the stove though. I guess any larger and the cats wouldn't like to carry it around.

After a couple weeks, the fabric started to unravel a bit. The fabric is about the size of the tail portion, wound around a body plastic shell, and at one portion it became unwound. It is a stretchy fabric so there's some give. The cats still liked to toss but not quite as voraciously as before. It's to be expected when the cats attack it with their strong jaws. In the wild feral cats kill live beasts, of course domesticated critters will destroy some fabric.

Through their intense biting the shell of the body held up very well. Previous rattle mice would open up the plastic body and the cats swallowed the stone rattlers (!) but these bodies are better constructed.

I'll definitely buy more of these next time I need a couple dollars to boost me into the Amazon free shipping pricing.

UPDATE:
4/30/2011 I've lowered my review from 4 stars to 3 stars. Just found the cat has bitten the body in half. It felt like higher grade than the others, but apparently it's just as malleable as the rest.

UPDATE 2:
5/17/2011 I've had to lower it again from 3 to 2 stars. Just found cat vomit with pieces of the toy inside. Wait! Pieces of *2* different mice inside: colored fabric along with the interior plastic portions. My cat loves it too much and is able to destroy and consume it before I'm able to recover the pieces. I think it gives the cats a flossing effect to chew down on the fabric. Since it nearly caused a blockage in my cat I suggest to use only under supervision.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By fluffy on July 4, 2012
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These look and sound nothing like a real mouse. I can't imagine them even looking edible. But my cat, one of the pickiest toy snobs I've ever known, goes absolutely crazy for these. Maybe it's something about the stripey coloration. Perhaps they look like they're moving to a cat's eye? Whatever the case may be, these are the only toys that my cat will actually start to attack relentlessly as soon as he sees one on the floor. Even the KONG Naturals Crinkle Ball with Feathers Cat Toy, Colors Vary, 2-Pack which he loves so much still requires me to toss it around a few times before he gets into it. But with these toys, I made the mistake of leaving one on my bedroom floor last night and he played with it for HOURS before getting tuckered out, and the next morning he was so excited to start playing with it again!

He also gets stuck in an adorable feedback loop, where he picks up the tail in his mouth, starts to trot around proud about his "kill," and then when the mouse rattles a bit he drops it, surprised, and then tries to kill it again. He becomes his own worst enemy, in a way.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By K. Johnston on August 27, 2007
My 6 month old kitten goes completely batty for these little guys. Dunno why, but one of the mice doesn't rattle as well as the others and Calvin mostly ignores it unless he can't find any of the others to play with. So there must be something about the noise that he likes as well. And considering how much he plays (or abuses) them, the mice are holding up very well. Highly recommend!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By BigSilverHotdog on November 5, 2012
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These rattling mini mice are wound with poorly glued string. They fall apart immediately when played with by cats. I gave them to my primary tom cat who enjoys a good mousing (one at a time) and he would annihilate each of them within several hours (sometimes minutes). String unwinds, ears fall off, mouse is now a ball of rattling knotted string. Worthless purchase.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kalli Potter on October 16, 2013
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These mice are made of a plastic body with an elastic cord wrapped around it and glued. The tip of the tail has glue on it as well to keep the elastic from fraying apart, I imagine.

Well, it's easy enough for cats to pull the tail and unravel the whole thing, leaving them with this lovely cord to swallow...not good.

When the first got unraveled in less than ten minutes, I threw the whole lot of them away. I don't want to do the whole emergency vet thing, thanks.

Not recommended, will never purchase again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sarah B on June 8, 2011
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The eyes and the ears are hardly attached to the little mice. In the packaging there's tags on mice's ears. When I tried to pull off the tag I ended up pulling out the ear. The eyes are attached with glue and I'm not sure how long they'll stay on. That being said the tails are made of elastic which makes them a little bouncy and my cat really enjoys that part of them.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gloria Johnson on June 9, 2014
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I've had zanies before but they were wrapped with twine. These are are wrapped with elastic and aren't glued to the body
very well. My cats had them unwrapped in a day. But they still had fun with them.....
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By PrettyBEBE on June 1, 2014
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At some point I got her a set of cat toys that included a mouse wrapped with string like this. That mouse quickly became her favorite. She really prefers it over any of the faux fur mice I've purchased for her. I bought these in hopes it'd be the same and it is. She loves them. She's nearly detached the ones tail, and the other three are usually missing as she bats them under something lol. I've finally found a cat favorite I can count on.
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