Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12
Rated 5 out of 5 by RenoCatLover Good toy, good value.
I had a toy similar to this that had a wire that rotated under a round cloth. Two sets of kittens (I foster) wore it out. This looked more difficult to damage. The first one I received was a lemon which worke poorly and briefly. Drs. Foster Smith sent a replacement and the new one works as described. The kittens and two adult cats are entranced with it. One if the adults likes to catch the string in his mouth then drag the toy all over the house. He even tries to take it upstairs. Even this treatment has not damaged it. I reccommend this toy as being a better choice than the cloth ones in terms of difficulty to damage. It holds the cats' attention and they clearly enjoy it.
November 18, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Catseverywhere Still going strong
I have five cats, from 4 years old to 17 years and they have all shown interest in some way to this toy. To keep them interested I move the Flik around and also put it on paper which my bunch love. My toy has held up to my rambunctious young cat (and he is a large guy) and it is not so quick to use batteries...in fact it is now my go-to toy when I cannot play with them myself.
July 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by HEStaff Keeps cats entertained for hours
I adopted a very rowdy 10 month old from the Humane Society. She was very much in need of playtime activities, so I bought this toy. The first time the string came out, she let it pass. The second time, she caught it in her teeth and proceeded to drag the toy around in her mouth. I laughed for 15 minutes as she kept pulling the toy around, never once letting go of the string. Eventually she tired and it turned itself off. Amazingly, it still worked the next day. She has since stopped dragging it around, but still catches the string and doesn't let go.
May 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lexb Many ways to play
My cats are very "string motivated" so I knew they'd like this. At first, they just stared at it. Luckily, it has an auto shut off to save batteries. Pretty soon, they started pouncing on the string. When it shuts off, they will grab the string and pull the toy around the room. This seems to be very fun for them.
March 22, 2014