I don't know what kind of pet food you have to put in it to create enough reward to get the cat to play with it. The dry food I had on hand won't come out (little stars are too big for the holes) and eventually the cat gives up in frustration.
Great item by Weezer05/11/2013
I always use this at mealtime (as long as it's not lost under furniture) Fantastic to slow the a fast eater - provides some activity for a lazy cat.
Too large for small cat by Cynthia from So. San Francisco, CA05/06/2013
I think this is too large for a small cat. One of my cats (2 yr. old) loves to play, so I bought it for her thinking it was the size I had for the older cats (that broke) years ago. It is the size of a tennis ball which is too large for a 9 lb. cat to be interested in.
great toy by dogsnkats11/06/2012
Took a little getting used to but my cats love it! It provides enrichment and makes them think about how to get the treat/food out. If you have a bored or 'voluptuous' kitty at home, they will love this.
Too big for cats by Cynthia from So. San Francisco, CA12/01/2012
I bought this to entertain an 8-pound one-year old cat and it is too large for her to play with. The other one offered, which I've purchased before for my bigger cats from our local pet store, is much better. This one will go to the humane society.
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I have one fat cat who must be fed 2x daily, and gets only his measured amount of food. The other cat needs to graze all day. If she eats too much at once, she vomits. It's hard to meet both their needs.
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Old one was better by Chloe from Florida07/25/2013
Bought 2 new food balls and both are too hard to adjust to the correct size of the kibble. I can use one if I constantly re-adjust, the other is of no use and it's too much money to ship it back