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Cat Ball Toys products have an average rating of 4.2 / 5.0 from 27 reviews
Cat Ball Toys
Cat ball toys are the perfect toys for cats and kittens to batt, chase and pounce. Ball toys are a great way to bond with your cat whilst avoiding them biting or scratching your hands. They are also great for kittens that like to play rough. Other ways to keep your hands safe are by using laser toys and automatic toys.
Pet Circle stock a wide variety of cat ball toys as we know every cat has their individual preference of toys (texture, sounds, size and colour). Keeping a variety of different cat toys on hand helps to keep things interesting for your cat!
Best cat ball toys based on our customer reviews
|Scream Cat Toy Lattice Ball Orange Pink||My cat has had a fabulous time with the balls and feathers . I'm amazed at how high she throws them into the air before swinging around and catching them or batting them again before chasing after them . She even runs through the house with them in her mouth . The feathers do eventually fall out with all the playing -KELLI|
|Paws for Life Cat Balls||Variety of textures that suits my kitten. Combine this with a tunnel for added hilarity and fun. -JANICE|
Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I get my cat to play with a cat ball toy?
Each cat or kitty has a different way they like to play! Get your cat's attention and show them how to play with the ball toys by playing with them yourself. You can try throwing and rolling them around or even combining them with a cat tunnel for added fun!
How do I store a cat ball toy?
Always store your cat's toys away securely in a cabinet or high cupboard when you are not supervising them play. This is to prevent them from ingesting loose parts from the toys like feathers, fabric, string that may result in GI obstruction or other concerns.
To find out other great ways you can play and bond with your cat have a read of our article on Games You Can Play With Your Cat. If you have a new kitten, make sure to read our complete New Kitten Guide.
Author info: Dr Jennifer Lau - Pet Circle In-House Veterinarian