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Michele S.
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Rating: 4

Can be fun

posted 6 years ago

This is a nice cat toy. Some of the cats like to play with it and others have no interest. It can be a choking hazard so supervise your pets with this toy..

Pros: Bells, feathers,

Cons: Can be a choking hazard

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Glenjamin19
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Rating: 2

More like a chew toy

posted 6 years ago

i would have feathers everywhere if my cats got a hold of these i dont need any more messes

Pros: cats would like it

Cons: it wouldnt last very long

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