Favorite Cat Toys?

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So far feather toys, toy mice and the cat catcher mouse wand are their favorites. Their least favorite is the laser. I'm looking into some battery operated toys, any suggestions?

I had this Weazel toy as a kid, it was fun so I just ordered it for my cats:)
 

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I've bought tons of different kinds of toys for our cats. Hands down, their favorite is the non-battery-operated tunnel. They just LOVE those things--when they're not playing in them, they love to sleep in them.

We have both of these kinds--the straight one and the three-way one.

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For mine it's hands down a laser pointer, all of them go nuts when I bring it out. Callie not so much anymore since she's getting older but when she was younger she'd chase it too.

I have a micro RC car that they like to chase, but it doesn't do well on the tile floor and keeps getting stuck in the grout lines.
 

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I've bought tons of different kinds of toys for our cats. Hands down, their favorite is the non-battery-operated tunnel. They just LOVE those things--when they're not playing in them, they love to sleep in them.

We have both of these kinds--the straight one and the three-way one.

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Theodore loves his tunnel too. But he really likes when I play with him with this ribbon toy. He drags it upstsairs every night while I sleep (wand and all!). LOL
 

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da bird and Da Fur Thing by GoCat ! My cat Pittan goes absolutely mental for Da Fur Thing, and squeaks my kitten is obsessed with Da Bird.
I actually have to buy doubles of Da Fur Thing

as pittan spends so long loving on the first one it falls to bits before the week is through. Straight out of the packet and it’s soggy with her rubbing her face all over it and licking it.


The Da Bird lasts for ages and is great for all the little hunters. It gets ‘killed’ and dragged around at least 4 times a day during playtime. :)
 

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The favorite toys around here are anything (bottle caps, pens, paper clips, pieces of paper trash) I say "No, you can't have this. It's not yours" and try to keep away from them. Instantly, they'll just wither away if they can't get the thing.
Nothing beats a box, though, with piles of loose leaf news paper or packing paper. These damned monkeys will entertain themselves (and me) for hours.
 

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I've bought tons of different kinds of toys for our cats. Hands down, their favorite is the non-battery-operated tunnel. They just LOVE those things--when they're not playing in them, they love to sleep in them.

We have both of these kinds--the straight one and the three-way one.

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My cats love these too! It was the best purchase ever for us
 

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I've bought tons of different kinds of toys for our cats. Hands down, their favorite is the non-battery-operated tunnel. They just LOVE those things--when they're not playing in them, they love to sleep in them.

We have both of these kinds--the straight one and the three-way one.

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I agree that the "tunnel" or "crackle chute" is a great toy and Lulu can't get enough of it. Amazing how durable it is with all of the scratching that goes on!
 
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