Cat Whac-A-Mole Toy
Product DescriptionProvide your playful pussy cat with hours of quality entertainment with the cat whac-a-mole toy. You control a cute little felt mouse on a stick and get him ... [Read more]
- Interactive play for you and your cat
- Mouse wand included
- Excites natural instincts and curiosity
- Bonus additional play pattern
Top ReviewsMy cats are very interested in this new toy
by M. Gosse (5 out of 5 stars)
December 30, 2013
The reaction of two of my Ragdoll cats when I first got the toy out. They're both 7 years old, so it is a toy that interests middle aged cats. The video is a bit shaky as I am playing and recording simultaneously.
The cat's whiskers
by Meezer Mama (4 out of 5 stars)
August 20, 2016
Cats love it but I'm worn out! Won't someone please invent an engrossing cat toy that allows me to watch them adoringly from the sofa? If I wield it it, they will play. If it's mechanized (please, oh please!), they lose interest in 2 minutes. Whack-a-mouse is great, but the unnatural angle needed to pop the mouse up and down out of the various holes makes my wrist and elbow (tendonitis) tire easily. Wish I could love this as much as the cats do!
Good design, well made
by cooee (4 out of 5 stars)
February 25, 2017
A favorite past time for my cat is to poke around looking for his toys. I'm always making DIY toys for him out of a variety of boxes - just cut a hole or two in the sides and shove a soft toy in there. It keeps him busy.
And that's how I've ended up using this item. I don't use the mouse on the stick because the cat immediately figures out it's my hand controlling the action and he attacks my hand in his attempt to capture the mouse.
Instead, I put a soft toy inside the box and shove the open end up against the wall. I do like that there are multiple holes and that he can't see inside the box. As with all his toys, I rotate and bring this item out only once a week or so.
Even though I wouldn't say the cost vs use has worked out for me, I'm giving it 4 stars because it's a good design and the product will last a long time. Also, I think it could be fun for little kids to play with. :)
Great engaging toy
by Lujain Almulla (5 out of 5 stars)
July 13, 2016
OK so my kitty was absolutely terrified of this at the beginning. Bas also, very curious about it too. She would stand close enough to stare at it but flinch everytime the mouse popped out and would pull back. So I gave her a chance to slowly explore the box and see that it was harmless. I left the mouse poking out of one of the holes and left the box on the floor. 15 minutes after, I tried again and she started to get the hang of it and whack the mouse like crazy. It's a very engaging toy for her and it's great quality time for you and your kitty that doesn't require a lot of effort on your part. Good purchase
I like it but my two cats -could care less.
by RedCheckLady (4 out of 5 stars)
January 3, 2017
I like it but my two cats could care less. Before I purchased this I tried out something similar I made out of a old cardboard box.......both cats loved that ....so I thought ok.....this would be a great toy I could play with them. WRONG. I guess the box I made stood up slightly higher and of course IT WAS CARDBOARD --what cat does not love cardboard box. I have tried several times each cat by themselves then together and neither one would have anything to do with it. I sprayed catnip spray on the mouse.....nothing....except then they were interested in the smell of the mouse but would not play the game. I love it ....great ideal.....but you know how cats can be.....each cat is different.
Hilarious and appealing.
by Ada Welch (5 out of 5 stars)
November 14, 2013
I have a sweet cuddly 12 year old cat who is extremely sedentary and not really super curious/crafty. Ok. . .she's not that smart: you cover up her food with something that she could easily push away, she will just sit there and look at you like - 'where'd my food go?' At first, this toy actually seemed to scare her - when I made the mouse emerge from one of the holes, she would back her upper body away in a startle response. She actually hissed at it, which cracked me up! But after I got her really stoned on catnip, she loved the toy and started batting at it from all angles, and even just loved the mouse on a stick apart from the box. It's a good 'new stimulus' for under-stimulated indoor kitties, and its appealing, well-made design would make it a good low-cost gift for cat lovers.
4 Paws Up
by siamnaco (4 out of 5 stars)
February 16, 2017
My cats enjoy playing with it but for some strange reason prefer chewing on the material that covers the holes (see pic). 2 things could have made this a 5 star product: 1. While the toy itself is well made I wish it would have been wider so that my cats couldn't just jump on top of the box and stick their paws in the holes and grab the toy mouse before I could move it to a different hole. Little cheaters! Lol
2. I think it would have been better if the toy mouse was a lighter color.
Delivery was fast and packaged well.
My cat's is a weirdo. He def. enjoys ...
by D. Cortez (5 out of 5 stars)
January 7, 2017
My cat's is a weirdo. He def. enjoys it but not in the way you'd think. He likes to play with the mouse from the inside.
got my almost senior cats actively engaged!
by AuntieEm (5 out of 5 stars)
May 9, 2017
We've had this toy for several weeks now and my 2 older cats still are interested in it! I can get them engaged just by tapping the mouse - they'll come running in from the other room! Although they don't play with it for really long stretches at a time, I can keep them pouncing at it longer than for any other toy. If you want a toy that you don't have to be involved in the play, this is NOT that toy, although I will say that I have come in the room to find the mouse on the other side of the room from where I left it... AND I have to leave the box out because, well - you know...cats/boxes... : ) If I had to add one negative comment it would be that the nose of the mouse is the one thing they go after and it did get pulled off. I had to sew it back on -tightly because I'm afraid of them swallowing it. All in all, this was a purchase well worth the price. I have plans to purchase it as gifts for friends.
by Elijah Tate (4 out of 5 stars)
January 11, 2019
The idea is great! One of our cats loves when things are hiding, so I mostly got it for her. However, both of our cats had a lot of fun with. It takes certain way to move it to really make it exciting, but overall I would say your cat will have some fun at least for a while if it likes sneaking targets. Also, the quality of it is surprisingly better than expected, it actually sturdy and not a cheap cardboard.
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