Filled with North American grown catnip, this large, snuggly toy is great for active play and quiet times alike. Promote realistic wrestling and hind paw kicking, while fluffy tail provides movement for extra excitment.
Never leave pet unattended with any treat or toy!
- Brand: Kong
- Feature: North American Catnip
- Size: 21½" x 3.8" x 2½"
"Best catnip toy"
Each one of my 3 cats loves this toy. Great fun to kick and bite for adult cats that are still very playful.
"Not for my cat"
Cat ignores this toy.
My cat Uncle Grandpa she loves this!!!! Her fav toy!! Loves kicking!! Must buy!!
My cats immediately pounced this toy and gnawed it into submission. It's perfect because they love to wrestle and bite and kick and this saves me loads on Band Aids.
One of my cats loves to hug it and try to wrestle with it. The other two like the tail on the toy the best, chewing and dragging it around. Glad I bought this one. When the toys lose their catnip scent I can just spray them with the organic catnip spray I got from Jeffers last year. Works every time!
"My kitties absolutely love this thing! I bought it because my older male cat was carrying around a stuffed dog toy and I thought he might like the ""tail"" on this thing. Not only does he love it but my girl kitty loves it as well. They grab it and kick it and sometimes even fall asleep on it like a pillow. This is the only toy they both love and haven't lost interest in. I got it for them last Christmas (2010) and they are still dragging it around the house every day. My only possible complaint is that we never know what to call it so we end up calling it ""that kick thing"" : )"
"Could be better"
This toy is a great idea, but it could be better. The first problem is that it just does not have enough catnip in it or it is not a good quality. My cat played with it a little, but did not have too much interest in it and I think it was because of the small amount of catnip. It would have probably been better if I was at least able to refill it with my own catnip, but that is not an option. I rub it in catnip and she plays with it a while and kills it with her back feet - but she has more fun doing the same with a solid-filled catnip toy. One other problem is that it is kind of big. I think it is an OK size for a Main Coon, but not for smaller cats.