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SmartyKat Crackle Chute Cat Toy Collapsible Tunnel
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- Mysterious tunnel with hidden crackle material to intrigue and engage cats
- Foldable tunnel pops open in an instant for portable fun
- Measures 35" long x 9.5" diameter expanded and retracts to 2" long
- Closes securely with attached ties for easy storage
- All SmartyKat products are tested to child safety standards and come with our satisfaction guarantee
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1. Not Hazardous
Remove product from packaging and carefully undo ties. Allow tunnel to extend to its full length and place it in a favorite play area for your cat.
Care instructions: surface wash with warm water and mild soap. Air dry. Do not immerse in water.
Top Customer Reviews
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Update - July 2014: It's been two years since I posted this review, and the chute still gets regular use. Like most toys, the novelty has worn off a bit, and they now play with it around 2 or 3 days a week. (That's just what I witness - of course, they may play with it more.) They were six months when I took the video, and at 2 1/2 years old and about 11 pounds each now, they can still fit inside. They can't stand up, but they can scoot through in a crouch.
I thought he was nuts for buying the kitten such a flimsy and cheap-looking toy and wondered if the kitten would even play with it.
A year and a half later, I eat all of my words, along with a huge scooping of dirty cat litter!
Our kitten absolutely loved this tunnel! He'd crouch on one end of the tunnel, wiggle his orange little butt from side to side and proceed to run and "pounce" on imaginary things in/on the other side of the tunnel, would run through it just for fun, sleep in it, and we enjoyed sticking toys through the top opening & watching him chase after it.
Suffice to say, our "little kitten" blossomed into a 16-lb fat cat a year and a half later and STILL enjoys playing with this. In fact, it's his favorite toy! We also ended up adopting two more kittens along the way who grew to be 10 lbs and 13 lbs each. They enjoy chasing each other through the tunnel, the two male cats love to perch at each entrance and give each other "stare downs" until one gets gutsy & playfully tries to run after the other through the tunnel, and my 16-lb enjoys "hiding" in it when we he's in a playful mood running away from us.
1.5 years, it's still holding up, although it's wrinkled and material on one end of the tunnel is starting to come off its wire support. Overall, though, it's held up great with all of the wear and tear it gets in my multiple cat household, gets used everyday on a constant basis (probably one of the few toys that gets a lot of usage), and it gives my cats great stimulation & exercise.Read more ›
We have 5 MALE CATS (all neutered, but they don't know that), indoor only, fat, happy, and PLAYFUL during that 2 hours or so they are not passed out on the nearest blanket. When these boys play... they PLAY. Divebombing each other, cornering, sneaking around corners doing that huddle-butt-pounce thing... so I knew getting a bigger tunnel would fit the bill, since they'd already put many fine hours into the small tunnel from PetSmart (that one was only about 10 inches long; this one is almost three FEET long!).
For anyone concerned about the SIZE of your cat? Do not be concerned. Our largest boycat is Hammie - he is 25 pounds, and round in every feature; dude is a blob with paws. He gets into this thing and while he does rub the sides a tad, he DIGS it! No problems getting in and out. The smaller cats (ranging in size from 12 pounds to 20 pounds, then there's 'Hammie'), ZERO problems, they race through this thing, dive bomb it, dive bomb each other... and the opening in the middle, at the top of the tunnel - somehow this tunnel rights itself, so that 'peephole' opening stays at the top! Even while dive-bombing is in process.
We were both sorta stunned to see our 16 year old cat, Zorro, ALSO get into this tunnel. While he does not and never did ever 'play' (he's like Grumpy Cat on Valium, with a mean streak), he actually got in there, purred, and stayed there for awhile... he liked something!?!?!?!
It's easy to set up - just untie the strings and stretch it out, voila. It's NOT meant for a bedroom; keep it in a room where there's noise, cuz it's noisy.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really like this product and so does my bunny! He loves going in there. It fits perfectly in his play pen which is even better.Published 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
My deaf cat loves the crinkle feel of this tunnel toy. The dog, who hears quite well, hates this tunnel toy.Published 6 days ago by c m.
This is a little small for my full grown cat so she doesn't really like going into it. I think a kitten would use it more.Published 6 days ago by Bethy8810
My cats love the crinkling of this chute, but I was disappointed how small it was. Probably a better fit for younger cats/kittens.Published 6 days ago by PFan
A huge hit with my Abyssinian! Holding up well, despite her best efforts. :-)Published 7 days ago by L. Miller
One of my cats favorite toy. Loves to hide, wish it would just a little bit wider especially if you cat is a little bit chunky.Published 8 days ago by Margarite
This is such a great toy! My cat loves to roll around it and play with the strings.Published 8 days ago by RM2255