KONG - Cat Treat Dispensing Ball
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|Pet toy type||Ball|
|Item Weight||0.04 Grams|
About this item
- Treat dispenser
- Fun and unpredictable movement
- Promotes healthy exercise
- Challenging and entertaining
- Fill with your cats favorite treat
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Place treats inside and watch your cat chase and swat the KONG Treat Ball! Challenging and entertaining, the Treat Ball helps keep cats busy, healthy and happy. Covered by KONG Satisfaction Guarantee. See KONG Satisfaction Guarantee document below for full details.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Item model number : PE4
- Date First Available : May 16, 2013
- Manufacturer : KONG
- ASIN : B00CTLGQHO
- Best Sellers Rank: #118,361 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2017
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Do not get me wrong! If you put a little bit larger treats or dry cat food, it would work out very well.
However, if you're a multi-pet household, and have a large dog, this may not be ideal unless your dog is very well trained to leave the cats toys alone. The size of the ball and the fact that it has food in it, can be very tempting to the dog. And as this ball is so small, a large breed dog, could easily get this ball stuck in his throat or quickly chew it apart because the whole thing will fit in his mouth.
It took two months of teaching the cat to use the feeding ball, and now she also paws at her bowl when it's empty because, well it works with the ball. Now we have to live with the annoying noise of the cat pawing at her bowl whenever she's hungry - which is pretty often.
But, understanding that my "little" fur ball is a few IQ points shy of being below average, it may not be the case for most cats.
Pros: easy to fill
Delivers food with some shaking
Does as promised
Cons: fits only small amounts of food at a time
Slow cats may find it challenging.
This was bought for an indoor cat to give her some extra exercise and keep her from scarfing up the treats..it sounds like it will work out great.
I'm delighted this turned out to be a really successful ( and inexpensive) little gift !
I now have recently purchased two more of these for our own three older cats since they are inside a lot in the winter and we have one in particular who is a bit overweight. When we are going to be gone for most of the day we put a few treats in each of these and leave them out to chased around. The cats were a bit miffed at first because they were used to just being handed the treats. But they are adjusting to the idea fairly quickly and enjoying the new play for food game.
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It seems to easy treat just fall out look for a more challenging one.
I like other Kong product tho so was disappointed.
Although it's well made It also lets the treats out really easily.
It feels more like a toy designed for a small dog that they've then re-labelled "cat" this is a shame because the idea is quite nice. Maybe it's for fat extra large cats!