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KONG Active Treat Ball Toy for Cats
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- Treat Dispensing Toy
- Fun And Unpredictable Movement
- Promotes healthy exercise
- Challenging And Entertaining
- Fill With Your Cats Favorite Treat
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Top Customer Reviews
How this ball works: It twists open. It has a tube in the middle with a cut out for snacks to fall into the larger compartment. It then rolls around and finds it's way out through the one you see pictured. The grooves stops the ball from rolling infinitely.
Due to the ball's simplicity in design and cutout size, typical snacks (Greenies being the largest snack I used) fall out easily. I'd like for the holes to be smaller. I suggest using bigger snacks? In my case, I'm looking for a more challenging dispenser. Hope this review helps! If you're curious about my cat, his Instagram is @cheetohboy.
Instead of kitty treats, I am currently using the kibble she eats. Now that she has mastered and understands what this ball does, she will always play with it, but can empty it in under half an hour. I have added this as part of her feeding routine, and give it to her with her evening meal.
It took a very long time to get her to figure out this puzzle toy. I would fill it, and bat it around as an example to her daily, for probably almost a month, before she finally understood it. So, I think it may take a very long time to get some cats to figure it out, but if and when they do, it's a good toy for them.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The only reason I don't feel bad about this being a useless product is because it was only a few bucks and an add on item to get a shipping rate. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Veronica
This probably only keeps my cat entertained for about five minutes. It's very easy to get food out. The whole should be smaller. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Erica T
Of the three types of treat balls/figures I got the cats, this gives the most "rewards" easily, so that's a plus in their eyes! Read morePublished 19 days ago by HissyFitz
Meh. Noisy and the cat wasn't really into it. Wish it were silicon.Published 23 days ago by Charlaine
My cats love this toy. You fill the tube with treats and away they go! I have 3 balls now for my 5 cats. Set them on the floor and the cats will chase them until they are empty. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Petlover Indy
Cat hates it, has no interest at all. Treats fall right out of it. Disappointed.Published 1 month ago by Cassandra
Treats don't come out like they should. I even tried different sizes.Published 1 month ago by Angela
I purchased this for a guinea pig, as a logic/enrichment toy. It's made of a nice sturdy plastic so I feel safe leaving it in his cage - he won't be able to break it or chew holes... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sarah Frances