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Kong Wobbler Cat Toy

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With fun, floppy catnip tail that invites play, the Kong Cat Wobbler provides beneficial mental and physical stimulation for the household cat. With its entertaining wobbler action, it makes playtime fun and rewarding by dispensing small treats. Used as a mealtime feeder, it also slows rapid eating and helps fight boredom and obesity by encouraging cats to work for their food.
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      Kong
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    Customer Reviews(5)

    • Emma says... My cat loves this product, I often hear her dragging it around the house during the night. However the first one I purchsed broke after only a week. She loved it so much I brought a second one, however the tail continually comes off and has to be glued back on. Like others, I will likely buy the dog version next time in the hope it lasts longer.
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    • Meg says... The breeder said that pellets should always be available for our Ragdoll, but our (not so little) fluffball had a tendency to overeat when they were just sitting in a bowl. Now we give him breakfast in his bowl and rely on the Kong wobbler to feed him pellets for the rest of the day. It's perfect because he always has food available if he's hungry, but because he has to work for it he's no longer eating just because it's there/he's bored etc. The quality of the Kong wobbler could be better though, the tail bit came off ours after just a couple of days and after about 9 months of use the plastic is cracking, we might try the dog version next time as the other reviewer suggested.
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    • Steven says... I bought this for my 1 year old cat he loved it for the hour that it lasted but the tail came right off.
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    • Ingrid says... My cat loves this! It's a great product, and I'm a big fan of contrafreeloading, and found that this food release toy cured my cat of some bad behavious (eg. climbing the curtains!) However, the one I bought developed a crack after a couple of months of use. I thought I had been screwing it up too tight and bought another one, but the same thing happened again. I then decided to try the dog one and have had that for over a year now and it's still going strong! It's so cute to watch my cat find the hole, then carefully tip it in the right direction so that the food will come out!
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    • Kate says... I bought this for my 2 year old cat who isn't really interested in toys but loves food. I filled it up with her favourite treats (greenies ocean fish treats) it it's such good fun watching her paw at it and wrestle with it to get the treats out! She has hours of fun with it :)
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