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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-10-2013, 11:15 PM Thread Starter
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Kong for cat?

Has anyone used a kitty kong to entertain their kitty? Is there food small enough to make it a challenge? Does it make a mess?
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-10-2013, 11:27 PM
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I recently bought a Kong toy for my cats, but it sounds different from the one you're describing.

I got this one: Straw Ball - Kong

They didn't look very sturdy, but they weren't expensive either, so I figured if my cats got a week's worth of play out of them, we'd be doing well.

I gave the toys to them to occupy them while I was sanitizing their litterboxes. By the time I had one box done, they had one toy in tiny pieces. The other one followed shortly after it. It made a bit of a mess.

On the other hand, my cats loved it while it lasted. So they would vouch that Kong makes fun toys.

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I actually put kitten dry kibble in the Kongs; it is something my cats don't get except in the Kongs and something they love to eat. Those factors mean they will always play with it and give me at least ten minutes of peace and quiet!

Actually some of the toys last weeks while others just fifteen minutes to an hour. You can see which ones last and which won't. There are other toys that dispense treats as well; balls and cubes and the like. I have to put out more than one at a time since I have so many cats. They really like them.
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