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9. Prosper Pet Cat Tunnel - Collapsible 3 Way Play Toy - Interactive Tube Toys for Rabbits, Kittens, and Dogs - Black/Pink

  • BEST WAYS TO PLAY: With 3 spacious tunnels, built-in crinkle crackle paper, peephole & bell toy, this popular tunnel chute gives your kitty more ways to have fun. Provides hours of exercise & self-amusement.
  • DURABLE PREMIUM CONSTRUCTION: Made of ultra-strong, tear-resistant polyester wrapped around a sprung-steel frame with protective ends (for safety); stands up to crazy cat scratcher antics. And center does not collapse like other tunnels!
  • COLLAPSIBLE & PORTABLE: With a provided elastic band, our tunnel folds down small in seconds for easy travel and storage. Each tube is about 10 inches tall and 17 inches deep (over 50 inches of tunnel). Take the entertainment with you anywhere, so your pet is never bored!
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Prosper Pet Cat Tunnel - Collapsible 3 Way Play Toy - Interactive Tube Toys for Rabbits, Kittens, and Dogs - Black/Pink
Height10 Inches
Length2 Inches
Size10 Inch (Pack of 1)
Weight0.6875 Pounds
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12. Ancol Acticat Cat Play Tunnel

  • Y- Shaped Tunnel
  • Encourages play
  • Crinkle material that cats love
  • Hours of fun for your cat
  • 3 arms each 50cm x 25cm diameter
Ancol Acticat Cat Play Tunnel
ColorPink & Grey
Height1.181102361 Inches
Length1.181102361 Inches
Number of items1
Release dateAugust 2011
Sizepack of 1
Weight1.26 Pounds
Width1.181102361 Inches
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u/DinkaAnimalLover · 46 pointsr/Rabbits

OMG what wonderful kind people you are!!! Thank you for rescuing him! Who could have kept that sweet face locked up in a shed?!

How long have you had him for now?

In case you are a new bunny parent and need any tips or ideas take a look at the little guide on care I assembled below - it is a it long but quite thorough. I really tried to include all the info a new bunny parent might want into this guide...


Poor sweetheart look a little sad... I am so happy he has you now! Try to spend a lot of time on the floor with him if you can. You don't have to drop everything and be with him, just see if you can do some of the things you usually do on the floor.. he will love the company and it will make him feel happier and less lonely.

I am guessing his situation was far from ideal and he is understandably unsure and weary of people. But with some patience, the right approach and diligence you can change that. :)

What works best with bunnies is always always letting them come to you instead of you going to them... silly as it is, that is what makes them feel most secure around anyone who is trying to bond with them. The best way to encourage them to do this is another silly thing - get on the floor. Literally just sprawl out and do your own thing and wait for him to come and explore you (I promise he will if you are patient). On the floor you are on his own level and you feel both safe and curious for them explore.

I would honestly suggest trying to really focus for the next few week on spending lots of time on the floor with him when you are home. Anything you usually do just do it on the floor. The floor is their level and where they feel the safest and that is best for bonding. Sprawl out and let him hop all over you. Watch TV on the floor and lean against the sofa for comfort or even when you are on your laptop. Basically just make a real effort to spend lots of time with him on the floor for a couple weeks and see if that makes a difference I think it will. :) Always let him come to you on his own terms when he feels safe, don't reach for him if you feel like he is not feeling safe in that moment (kind of anticipate his feelings)... some greens will help make you feel more inviting and attractive, and over time you will be able to pet him while he is eating, and then he will learn that humans mean yummies and they are safe and he will pop by for pets from you more often. :)

Watch a couple videos below: - great video - another good video

It's really about the amount of time you spend around and with your bunny on his level (the floor) - the more the better.. The food is not a way to bond, but something that initially helps lure him to you to learn more about you and what to expect from - this of it this way… To bond with the bunny, grab some treats (I suggest cilantro or small pieces of dried apple) and sit on the floor in the same room as the bunny. Spend lots of time on the ground with it in spaced out sessions. Just read or watch Netflix, and wait for the bun to come to you. Eventually, he will probably come up and sniff you all over. Sit still and let him do that, then he'll hop away. The next time he comes, offer him treats from your hand. Repeat several times, just sitting and waiting for him to come get treats. When he's comfortable with that, and maybe flopping or binkying in your presence and close to you, reach out and pet his head as he is eating a treat. Almost all rabbits love having their heads pet/massaged. If you're lucky, after a while He'll be coming to you and asking for it by putting his head near your hand.


He might also really like some things to explore and play with in his space. I'll share my favorites below:

Bunnies like exporting type toys - a tunnel, cardboard houses, willow and hay balls, chews, and treat puzzles . The two thread below have examples:


Also a couple suggestions below that are my personal favorites and all buns tend to enjoy:

Treat/pellets ball - feed pellets in it vs a bowl

Nesting cups - hide little treat bits between stacked cups, I have not met a bun who doesn't love these

Plastic slinky - most buns love these

Play house

Dig box

Also try homemade things - the best I found was an empty egg carton stuffed with favorite greens for him to figure out how to open. :)

Or something like this


Or a homemade castle like this person did - she has instructions on how to make one, send her a message.


Lastly try teaching him tricks like here - which is fun and a great way to bond with him.

u/vannah08510 · 1 pointr/cats

Let her into your room! She'll be much happier with more space. I highly recommend having a cat tree or two in your place. Give her a box to hide in. Or even try one of these out!

KOJIMA Shark Round House Puppy Bed with Pet Bed Mat, Small to Medium (Gray, Small)

Don't prevent her from hiding, but do challenge her once in a while to be comfortable in different rooms and open spaces.

Try the toy distraction on your 2 year old cat. That's what I meant. If she's showing aggression, it's one of the best ways to distract her from the cat who's more shy.

Make sure the new cat isn't doing anything to provoke your 2 year old cat. If she is, that behavior will need to be adjusted before the 2 year old cat can be comfortable with her.

100% agree on the tuna. If you'd like to learn about cat nutrition, I highly recommend for its active forums and articles on feline nutrition (they can also give great input on behaviors)

Here are two nutrition articles to get you started:

You'll find that grain free high protein wet/raw foods are best for your babies as unlike people and even dogs, cats are obligate carnivores. (Here is some of that science: )
My recommendation is making a small trip to an independent pet food store (not petco, petsmart, or even pet supplies plus) Take a look on yelp for good ones in your area. (Just search for pet food stores) If there are none, try They sell all sorts of pet foods (you can filter by grain free) The forums on thecatsite are very good in terms of discussion of different commercial and home-made food options. (As you might be able to tell, I've done a lot of my own research!)

But yes. You are correct. Plain tuna does not contain the amount of Taurine (that's just one or the major ones) cats need to thrive. Fish generally is something you should stray from due to high mercury content and addictiveness. (Dry food is also very addictive and contributes most to obesity, digestive issues, UTIs, urinary crystals, and more)

And good! Yes, be creative in your ways to distract her! If she's not enjoying her favorite toy, try a new one. (Cats love Da'Bird and similar long (~3 ft) fishing pole type toys. ) Check out these links.

GoCat Da Bird Rod and Feather Cat Toys, Assorted Colors

Cats really jump for these types of long fishing pole toys that use feathers or other fur like parts. I do recommend always having a handy supply of strong duct tape to fix minor issues and strengthen the parts of well-used toys. (I had to tightly reinforce the end of the rod that connects to the string so the end piece holding the string wouldn't come off)

Petmate Jackson Galaxy Cat Crawl Solid Tunnel, Green/Orange

Great space for stalking and hiding during play

Nature In Hand Cat Play House with Catnip and Scratcher (Cat Scratching House)

Triple function hide, stealth play, and cardboard scratcher. I have one that my cat loves! You can sometimes find seasonal looking ones on clearance at local pet stores (I have a gingerbread xmas themed one that I got on clearance for half the price on amazon) Cardboard scratchers, to me, are a must. Whether it's something like this or just by itself.

Nano Robotic Cat Toy (White/Blue)

This one is great if you have hard wood or tile floors. Otherwise, pass.

The idea here is to give them more enrichment, hide space, and ways to play.

That said, having more vertical space is also a really good idea.

You know how cat trees (especially the 6 ft ones) are like 200 dollars at pet stores?
Check this out:

Go Pet Club Cat Tree, 50W x 26L x 72H, Beige

BestPet CT-9073 Cat Tree Scratcher Play House Condo Furniture Toy, 73-Inch, Beige

You can find more on amazon. Groupon or eBay are also good sources. Your cats will be more comfortable if they can observe their territory from a high place rather than hiding behind a toilet. I really do think it would help give them more confidence. You could even install cat shelves on your walls if you want to. But a cat tree(or two!) goes a long way!

Give them their own favorite places to occupy so that they are better able to share their space.

u/i_grok_cats · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

For my cats, it took a lot of trial and error, but we found that our cats like wand toys best, especially if there was spring that stimulated more than one sense, like a bell or something hard that could be tapped. We really like the neko-fly toys, but those are expensive (like twenty dollars for wand and toy) and we found that the wand wasn't sturdy enough for our cats.

The wand toy only works for ours because we will run down the hallway with it to the bed, where they like to attack it with pillows in strategic locations for optimal pouncing. Also, my backpack is a great barrier because they love the smell of it so will often play around that while a wand toy is in motion.

One of our cats also enjoys playing fetch. We use small stuffed mice. If they have real fur, the cats love it the most but I've found that those last barely a day. I have also used leather straps that I got at hobby lobby. They like chewing on the ends.

For awhile we had a track with a light up ball that they would play with.

Also, the standard laser works. The only problem with that is cats like to chew on things, abs the laser really didn't have that. Give them treats after playing with the laser.

Also, is your cat lazy? We found that when our cats are fatter they are more lazy, but much more active when we started cutting back their food intake. Also, not playing with them near their food dish is useful to, as they will tend to think they are getting fed instead of being played with (will think this if you have set feeding times, mostly).

Finally, you're going to have to try different toys. My cats really like the stuff they can chew on our hold onto. We had foam balls for awhile that basically disintegrated from being chewed up so much (lol!) And also, those craft fuzzy balls were fun. The smaller ones, we found out one of our cats had eaten when we cleaned out the litter box. Since, we've gotten large fuzzy balls.

Oh I also remembered that they liked sniffing and chewing those antlers that you can get dogs. A small one is large for their mouth, and I'd recommend one that was split open, but they liked it a lot. We never let then have it without our supervision though.

Oh, and like I said in my earlier comments, anything that has my sweat on it, they will go insane for. Try running your hands over toys to get them interested.

So, going off that, some dog toys can be just as much fun. Just think like a cat when looking at toys. And don't restrict yourself to just the cat toy section. Try the hobby aisles or the dog aisles.

Sorry I can't be too much help on toys but perhaps these suggestions will help!

u/Odow · 8 pointsr/SiberianCats

congratz !! :D

Our siberian favorite toy is this one

He absolutely LOVES it, he hides, he plays, he plots against us in there, the wrinkly sound make it super fun for him, and it's extremely robust couldn't find a single tear even with him putting is claw through it.

for a cat tree, it's better that you invest more money in a basic one, than paying for a cheap huge tree, siberian are BIG cats that LOVES to climb and jump and he will throw himself on it and you don't want an accident happening. Molyy and friends does amazing tree, we bought this one

It think he would have love one that his higher than this one but they get pricier, He's spending 80% of his time on it. the top bunk is his bed, he love to run and jump through the loop, playing pick a boo in there, and it comes with the scratching post that is high enough for him to stretch plainly.

this brush is a must have, not a choice YOU NEED IT, Siberian need good brushing often to avoid painful matted fur, get him use to being brush EVERYWHERE very young (especially the butt, and under his "armpits")

Best laser toy ever. you don't have to keep your finger on the button for it to work, it's super bright, and the cat will recognized the toy when he sees it before of it's bright color. we just need to say " Gaspachio wanna play ?" and show him the paws and he starts puring and getting ready to hunt. Make sure to train him to play with laser when he's young by rewarding it at the end of a session with a treat and making him stop on toy (so he has the feeling for catching something) after a few month he will have understand that the red dot CANNOT be catch, it's just fun to run after, and you won't have any mental issue with the cat.

This window bed is super strong, at first we though he didn't like it because we didn't saw him on it, then we realized he's always on it during the day when we're not home. And when we start pulling the curtain over it he starts going even more often since it's an "hidden place"

Absolutely NEVER feed you cat with crap cheap brand, if you can afford a 1k cat you can afford good food and treat for it. and brush his teeth regularly.

Also, plenty of soft hugs <3

u/Justanotherflower · 1 pointr/cats

You basically need to find a way to keep him entertained in the mornings. Here's a few options:

  1. Get him a buddy. My kitten used to be so needy and wanted to play at the worst possible times up until I introduced her to one of my cats from home. I have since moved that other cat into my apartment and they are best friends. They play together and wrestle all the time. Your cat is still pretty young, so this may be a good option for him.

  2. Get him some toys/games that will entertain him for a while. There's actually a lot of toys that cats can play with that will keep them entertained on their own. If you have an iPad or a tablet you can download games for cats. I have a laser game and a mouse game that I downloaded for free and I just leave the iPad on the floor and they play with that for quite a while. Other entertaining toys we have are this (courtesy of this year's Reddit Secret Santa!) and also this. Both these toys can keep my kitties entertained for quite a while.

  3. I've never had to do this, but you could try getting up with him at 6 one morning to play, and then the next morning make it 6:15, and then so-on until you're at the ideal time for you. Again, I've never tried this, but it might be worth it.

  4. After you establish a better sleep schedule for him, keep him in your room on the nights that your roommate's girlfriend stays over. Then she can't really wake him up and make him want to play. If that's not an option, you could ask her to play with him for a couple of minutes in the morning before she leaves.

    I hope you figure something out for both yours and your cat's sake. The best solution for me was to just get another cat. Now I don't usually have problems with them wanting to play at bad times anymore. But I know that for a lot of people, getting another pet just isn't an option. So I would definitely try the toys. I'm sure there's plenty of other toys out there other than the ones I mentioned that could work for your kitty as well.

    One last note- if your kitty isn't neutered, I would definitely recommend getting him neutered. Neutering cats has a lot of benefits, and it might even help with the howling- source
    Again, good luck!
u/roxystrange · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I don't know if you drink coffee or tea, but I found this mug for a Star Wars fan. I ❤️ it.


When I was a little girl, I thought these were the coolest things... my mom wouldn't let me have anything that fun!


If you don't have one of these tunnels for your cat(s), it's a must have! They will love it, I promise.


Something for camping... well, I'm not much an outdoorsy person, but maybe some nice bags for your things. Like one to put your toiletry items in, one for first aid purposes. :)


And sweets! I really love lindt chocolates. (I cannot say that enough.) If you've never tried them I would for sure add it to your list. It comes in so many different kinds.


Thanks for the contest and have a great week.

u/waitwuh · 1 pointr/CatTraining

>do you have any recommendations for things he might be more inclined to play with on his own?

Yes! This circuit toy is a wonderful example of a self-play type of toy that can keep a kitten's attention a bit longer than balls or knit toys, because in the cat's perspective it keeps moving- but less predictably so- after the paws are off :P. As a bonus - it's pretty quiet, and your cat isn't going to lose this one under a dresser or something (because it can't leave the track). This toy was a savoir during my own cat's super-playful kitten period.

Electronic motion toys such as this one are also a possibly more-enticing option for your cat. (Though - the "motion madness" toy the same maker puts out isn't really worth it, IMO, if you see a link to that- it's loud and get struck on things easily).

You can also find corrugated cardboard scratchers that have holes in the bottom of then with dangling feathers or shiny balls inside, such as this one (although i have a cheaper version I got from wall-mart). The benefit of this combo is that your cat may be inclined to go scratch the scratcher and then get "distracted" by the play item, so basically it increases the chance the cat will play with it.

Additionally, you didn't seem to mention any toys that aren't on the floor and are perhaps a dangling attraction - that can matter a lot, as some cats perfer that type of play, and even those that don't can get tired of just one type. Do you have any dangling attractions, such as doornob hanging scratchers, or even posts that include a dangling toy of sorts, such as this one? They also make these tent-like contraptions with dangling toys. If you've ever heard of the "play types" such as "bird, mouse, bug, snake.." - that's ideally what you want to emulate with your options. Even if your kitten prefers to hunt "mice" - chasing a bird or a bug every now and then can break things up more.

Additionally, if you don't have something like an "activity mat", it might be something to look out for on the cheap. Or those tunnels - both can offer a different type of experience (the crinkly kind, I guess).

u/NotSuzyHomemaker · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I know this is over $10 (but not by much!) but I think it looks like an amazing kitty toy!

I love those kind of cats. I am the only person in my family who does! They're pretty amazing and the ones I've met were all very friendly, active and curious.

u/DD622 · 2 pointsr/Pets

We have a mesh tent in the yard for our cats, with a tunnel connecting it to a cat flap installed in a window. Unfortunately it's too dark to get a proper picture of it right now, but it looks something like this:

They've got a couple types of pieces that can zip together, my cats really enjoy it and I like being able to lock the cat door at night when wild animals might wander into the yard. It also makes it easy to swap out pieces when the mesh starts to wear out (we replace pieces after about a year). Anyway, it sounds like it might be a good fit for what you're trying to do

Otherwise I agree with the other posters, if you can't find a safe, escape-proof system of some sort then sticking with a harness for outdoor adventures is probably the best route.

u/tb3648 · 1 pointr/CFBOffTopic

Just saw this.

Source: Cats my entire life.

  • I don't think 10 hours alone everyday is good for a kitten, a young-middle age cat would be better. The best thing would be to get 2 cats so they aren't lonely, but that's obviously a big commitment. Cats are totally ok alone for a long time but they still miss you. My cat acts out if I'm gone for too long.

  • It's pretty easy honestly. I wanted a dog too but decided on the cat because they are relatively easy to take care of and can be alone for longer than dogs. Changing the litter, feeding, clipping claws, occasional bath, and then playtime are all you need. If you get 2, you can cut back on playtime some.

  • Kittens are obviously the ideal choice cause they're so freaking cute, but I would consider an older kitten in this circumstance.

  • Vet bills are expensive. Cat food and cat litter are expensive, but not as much as dog food. Be ready to not be able to leave for a weekend at moments notice. This is the only thing I don't like, it limits my mobility. Have to find someone to watch them or put them up somewhere which is expensive. I've left my cats alone for a weekend before plenty of times when I was younger and had multiple cats though. I only have one now so I feel terrible cause I know he'll get lonely.

  • I recommend feeding them dry food and saving canned food for small amounts as a treat. I've had cats get hooked on the wet food and refuse to eat the dry food which is substantially cheaper. It's worth it to spring for the more expensive litter to make it last longer (clumping) and so your house doesn't smell bad. Also no need to really spend much money on toys, just get them a box lol. One toy my cat does love is this though, totally worth it. Don't use lasers, I was for a while but it started driving my cat mad and found out it bad because they never get the satisfaction of catching anything.

  • Beware plastic. My cat is legit addicted to it but it's super dangerous for them. I didn't care at first and just thought he was weird until he threw up plastic (thought the idiot was just licking it not eating it) and found it in his poop.

    Good luck!
u/PurePerfection_ · 1 pointr/Pets

This approach may take some time, but my cat eventually learned that if I am in the bedroom with the light off and fan on (its an oscillating one that makes a fairly strong humming sound), I am down for the night and it'll be at least a few hours before I come back. After a few weeks of this routine, he gave up on screaming outside my door. The bedroom is off-limits to him at all times, as well. If I'm in there with the light on, he will meow at me, because he knows I'm likely to come back soon.

Mine's a door-rattler, too - he can fit his paw in the crack under the bedroom door and wrap it around the door. To protect the bottom of the door from his claws, I put some rubber weatherstripping on it. For the floor, consider getting a protective film to put down where she usually scratches. Hardware stores sell them to use during painting / construction, and many of them are affordable and tear-resistant.

It may be inconvenient, but do your best to cat-proof the house so you can ignore her acting out with minimal collateral damage. Keep anything fragile in drawers or cabinets unless you're actively using it. Consider making the bedroom a no-cat zone and putting as many valuables as possible in there. Don't leave food or drinks unattended - if you have to step away, stick them in the fridge or a cabinet while you're gone.

Also consider an electronic toy that moves around or something more interactive that will keep her engaged at night or while you're busy without the need for a human to facilitate playtime. Here are a few ideas::

Also, if she ignores the scratching post but loves to tear the crap out of your floor, she may prefer a horizontal scratcher. One wasted $30 scratching post later, I figured that out about my cat. Something like these would be worth a try: - doubles as a toy - this one is nice because you can lay it flat on the floor, prop it up at an angle with the cardboard flap, or hang it from a doorknob to see which works best. Also comes with catnip to sprinkle inside it. These have corrugated cardboard surfaces and don't last as long as carpet or sisal rope, but my cat seems more satisfied with something he can actually destroy. He'll jump on it, attack it with his claws, then roll around in the bits he tore off. You will vacuum a lot of cardboard flakes off the floor as it starts to wear out, but for me it's worth the trouble. If you don't like the mess, you can buy this one to test whether horizontal, inclined, or hung against the wall works best, then invest in a similar style of scratcher made from more durable material. That was my plan, but he just loves this stuff so much I order one as an add-on every month when I buy litter.

u/lazer_potato · 3 pointsr/catproblems

The first thing to resolve is playtime. It's possible she just loves plastic, but the fact that she doesn't want to play with you at all suggests either a picky cat, or one that doesn't yet trust you. You're the food provider, but playtime is also quality bonding time for a cat. She's already fully grown, so maybe it's a learned thing, but it's something that you should be able to correct to some extent.

There are some motion cat toys that you could try using to get her playing more on her own.

like this



or this

It's also possible that you aren't playing with her the way she wants to be played with, cats can be very fickle about this. My own cat is very picky about how my SO and I play with her, and she picks one of us based on how she wants to play. She'll pick me when she wants to chase a stick toy, and my SO when she wants to wrestle, that kind of thing.

Have you tried using the straws to play with her? Maybe try hiding a straw under a blanket where she can see it move from wiggling it. You could also try new tactics with the stick toys like this, hide them under things and move them. My cat only likes the stick toys if I alternate between moving them very slowly while in her line of sight, slowly moving out of her line of sight, and then moving it quickly to get her to chase it when she tries to pounce it.

I'd also suggest looking up different playtime techniques for cats online, like on YouTube or what have you, especially related to more wild/feral cats, as they also don't really like playing with humans. I'm not saying she's wild of course, but because she's more standoffish from you it may be along the same lines.

If you can get her to play with you consistently, then you can very easily tire her out and get her on the schedule YOU want her on. The idea is that cats hunt/play and then eat the reward of the hunt, and then sleep.

My own cat used to be very similar with waking us up very early for food, usually by making lots of noise and biting if that didn't work. Once we were able to get her on the hunt/eat/sleep schedule with her timed meals, we basically stopped the bad morning behavior entirely.

Sorry for the long post, hope this helps!

u/CobaltMoon98 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

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u/leconfuseacat · 1 pointr/Pets

My cat is some sort of world destroyer, too. I've had success with field hockey balls and ping pong balls. While the ping pong balls don't last quite as long, they are insanely cheap. I leave them propped on shelves and things all over the house for her to find, and she basically plays teeball with them.

this is pretty much the most awesome toy ever. You can configure different shapes for the track, and while she bites it and plays rough, it's really held up well. She goes absolutely positively insane for this thing. The ball inside moves fast, and there's a slight incline at each end that will send it back to her. It's awesome. We bought a second track with hills and made a really long one. It's awesome for my super energetic cat.

u/bbdoll · 1 pointr/cats


cat dancer

the hot pursuit

cat tunnel

crinkle balls


my favorites in order are:

Arm and Hammer Seal and Clump

Ever Clean with activated charcoal (clumping)

Tidy Cats clumping


jumbo high-back litterbox

i would avoid covered or anything that makes the kitty feel trapped. no reason not to have tall walls, especially with sloppy kittens. you're also going to want a litter mat so they don't track it everywhere.


kittens. eat. constantly. so keep out dry food 24/7 and feed a little wet food morning and night. this is temporary, don't free-feed dry food when they're an adult. you'll want to transition kitty to scheduled feedings when they're 6-8 months old, and i recommend wet food only at that point as kibble really isn't great.

my kitten has been thriving on premium edge kitten food but purina's kitten offerings look good and are a bit easier to find. with wet food supplementation. if you want, tell me your budget and i can give you some recommendations.


72" wooden cat condo - (or something like it, you definitely want something 6 ft+ for them to climb)

a tall scratching post - random one i found. tall scratchers are healthy for your cat, they have vertical muscles that need to be exercised.

cardboard scratchers - i like this one as it lasts a long time and you can flip it over for a new side.

not sure about flea meds as my cats are indoors. your vet will know what is effective in your region (some flea meds are completely useless in certain states). i would keep your cat indoors though.

u/meowcatninja · 5 pointsr/SiberianCats

As a first time cat owner I found this book to be very helpful and informative.

Get a large scratching post, I have this one and my kitty loves it, you can also get a attachment for the top to make it a perch, its my kitties favorite place to window watch.

At the Dollar Tree by me you can get a roll of brown packing paper for a $1, I unroll it in my living room and it's one of Sophies favorite play things. I'll replace it ever couple weeks.

Getting a tunnel is also a great idea, its a place for them to hide and stalk toys from, Sophie loves to dive bomb into hers, its quite funny.

u/DeliciousSoma · 10 pointsr/Rabbits

This was our setup when Mochi was still with us

A couple of notes about your setup that you might run into: Jasper will probably start to chew/pull on the x-pen. Doing this will create an opening by the sliding doors that Jasper will easily be able to get past. If it's not secured you might want to find a way to keep it "locked" in place. To combat excessing chewing on the x-pen we wove cardboard through the lower section and I also created this paper towel tube toy with a bamboo skewer. Mochi LOVED playing with this

We also had this cat tunnel in Mochi's play area He really enjoy running through it and popping his head out the side windows.

It's fantastic that you can provide Jasper a HUGE, carpeted play area perfect for zoomies and binkies

u/Lunar3 · 6 pointsr/breakingmom

I think everyone reaches a point when they just feel like they have had enough, you simply tossed him into another room where it was okay for him to throw up. You didn't throw him up against a wall, smack/hit him or try to hurt him on purpose you wanted him out of the room and if he wasn't getting out himself it was kind of like an instinct to toss him into the other room. I don't see it hurting him at all and I am sure he landed on his feet just fine, you'd be surprised the height cats can fall from and be perfectly fine.

How are they toy wise? Maybe you could buy one or two of those interactive cat toys, like this or this to help keep them more engaged with each other and with a toy so they don't feel so needy?

u/Lagam0rph · 3 pointsr/Rabbits

My buns love tunnels. You might consider adding one when you aren't around for extra fun. You'll find lots of different brands and types. My rabbits don't chew on them so I've found them perfectly safe and have been using them for years.

BTW, your habitat is great!!!

u/Gushluva · 2 pointsr/Pets

A window perch would be a good idea if she likes observing the outside world.

Also this one is a favorite of my two cats, I often find them playing with it and its by far their favorite toy, doesn't need an interaction from you. I actually bought all of its accessories (3 or 4 of them).

Goodluck and good for you for caring about your cat's wellbeing and needs!

u/theRacistEuphemism · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Sassy and Martu stop fighting!

I say give them foraging opportunities/toys! My ex always told me cats don't forage, but damn it, they'll learn to get good at it. It keeps them busy and can detract attention from each other. I really like the kibble balls pet stores sell, so back when I had two cats, I would load the kibble ball up for one and hide kibble all over the apartment for the other. I really like the Catit circuit too - both the ball and any pieces of kibble in there will give them something to do, and it can turn into a collaborative activity.

Other than that, yes, Feliway!

u/boosted_monkey13 · 1 pointr/CatAdvice

Yeah, I'd move his play schedule just a bit to allow him to play between 8-10 and then go to sleep when you go to sleep. I'd also get him some interactive toys such as this one: Circle ball track. My cats love to play with the tunnel that came with this bundle: Insert random name for hyperlink.

u/justforviewing8484 · 3 pointsr/guineapigs

We stick little amazon boxes in their house with hidey holes cut out on each side. They have fun chewing on them and running through them.

We also got ours this crinkle tube on amazon that they love. We mostly use it during floor time because one of ours likes to camp out in it and pee everywhere if it stays in their manor. (Also warning that it can be a little loud when they run through it - like a plastic bag rustling).

Mine have never been interested in actual toys, they just like being able to play hide and seek with each other.

u/LaLocaChristina · 1 pointr/cats

Are your cats engaged in the ball in tunnel style toys like ?
These entertain my cats while I am out pretty well, but they only work if your cat will initiate the play. Plus with these you can rearrange the thing to keep them engaged. I have more than one set. If you want the light up balls you need to order them separately.

u/Carrieisonfire · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Haha, of course! My cat is so spoilt, but it's so worth it! If you're ever looking for exciting toys for her (aside from the laser pointer which someone else mentioned) This is by far my cat's favourite. He usually gets bored with things quite quickly, but he loves playing with that.

u/10min_no_rush · 3 pointsr/tifu

I can't speak for your cats, but my cats love this ball circuit.

I've had it for a year, and they will still play with it.

u/Aqualion9 · 1 pointr/Advice

I have a cat that loves to play. Here are some of the things she has: da bird cat toy, circuit , a cat tree (armarkat), and some stuffed toys I made for her

Edit: For the circuit, you can make it as long as you want, and it doesn't have to be in a circle. Also, cats like boxes.

u/Candroth · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I have some whimsical fuckery for the cats! Or for me -- who doesn't want neon green yoga blocks?


u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

1.) Something that is grey. This dress for my daughter

2.) Something reminiscent of rain. Not on WL.

3.) Something food related that is unusual - Rose Bud Tea

4.) Something on your list that is for someone other than yourself. Tell me who it's for and why - For the cats, both my own and those I foster.

5.) A book I should read!Because nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!!

6.) An item that is less than a dollar, including shipping...

7.) [Something related to cats. I love cats too!] (

8.) Something that is not useful, but so beautiful you must have it.

9.) A movie everyone should watch at least once in their life. Labyrinth, Bowie in Codpiece, yum

10.) Something that would be useful when the zombies attack. Explain. I've never yet seen a zombie take the trouble of looking in the attic, but I need a ladder to get in there

11.) Something that would have a profound impact on your life and help you to achieve your current goals. Overcoming my depression would make it much easier to focus on my studies and get closer towards qualifying as a teacher.

12.) One of those pesky Add-On items.

13.) The most expensive thing on your list. Your dream item. - I really want to get into winemaking as a hobby,and then possibly set up a small business making home made wine

14.) Something bigger than a bread box. EDIT A bread box is typically similar in size to a microwave. Thats a lot of litter, which is wht I always get it delivered, too big and heavy to carry.

15.) Something smaller than a golf ball.

16.) Something that smells wonderful.

17.) [A (SFW) toy]. (

18.) Something that would be helpful for going back to school. Pens are always useful for taking notes!

19.) Something related to your current obsession, whatever that may be. I'm obsessed with history, and lately I've been enjoying recreating recipes from bygone eras.

20.) Something that is just so amazing and awe-inspiring that I simply must see it. Explain why it is so grand.

fear cuts deeper than swords

u/icbint · 1 pointr/videos

my cat loves hers, she's been playing with it for 3 years, she's elite at spinning the ball top speed lol

u/LensonTheBearded · 7 pointsr/aww

That's the Ancol Acticat Cat Play Tunnel. We've had one for about three years, with two cats who like to wrestle in it, and it's held up fine.

Fairly inexpensive, too: Ancol Acticat Cat Play Tunnel, Amazon UK

u/catnipfarts · 1 pointr/Pets

Try providing hiding spots that are in easier to access areas. Putting a blanket over a chair with an inch exposed to make a fort usually works. A cardboard box with one of the panels down so they are 'hidden' usually works too. My cats love the collapsible cat tunnels on amazon that cost like $11.

u/bedazzledfarts · 1 pointr/aww

If anyone is curious what toy it is, here ya go. They have some pretty neat stuff for kitties.

u/bookishgeek · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You're buying 2 things?

Well, one of them will treat your feline friend, of course! Who else would annoy you endlessly every time you go to pee and fluff all over you when you're cold or sick? Time to appreciate them!

If I do win, Mr. Pixel says thank you very much for the only toy he owns that he can't wedge under the oven or refrigerator. (My sanity would thank you, too).

u/NoPozerPunk · 1 pointr/cats

Yeah I thought so too but maybe someone else had some experience with one. Anyways I came across this that looks perfect for me and if I ever wanted to add more space to it you can by extra tubes and tents separately to add on.

u/bluesbird · 3 pointsr/ferrets

Our Jazz loved to play in these cubes with one of those pong balls that has a bead inside. They can roll them over and get wild and crazy or just push the ball around for a little exercise. It's easy to get in and out of for the older ones.

u/beesknees-trees · 1 pointr/Rabbits

Mmm Idk if they like it. I think probably not that much because I never see them playing in it. I do see balls on the floor sometimes but we have put hay and treats in there so that kinda explains it. They like chewing on the box.

I think it's worth a shot just to give them something to explore. However, if you don't already have a tunnel, I would try that first, because ours use the tunnel all the time. It adds character to their room. We decided on this one ( , but there are many similar options).

I think chewing toys rank above both of those. We are actually looking for different kinds of woods we could try and a reasonable way to get it. (We don't want to buy wood on the internet. Might be possible to collect and dry some. I know this resource has a lot about wood

u/jeongkuk · 1 pointr/cat


I recently bought these assortment of toys for my two kittens and they seem to like most toys in this package. It keeps them entertained. The only ones that don't seem to have much effect are the balls.

u/acciocorinne · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Ooooh my kitty would love this toy!

u/Autumn-Moon · 2 pointsr/cats

It's an attachment piece for Kitty City. I bought mine in a Walmart store for under $20. You can buy separate pieces and make a big jungle gym for them! There's different ones you can buy/make. It gets expensive though so I only bought that 1 piece.

Here is another photo of them enjoying it!

u/MangaBristleCats · 1 pointr/cats

The price can add up quick on these things. Worth it though if you want to keep your indoor cats safe while outside.

u/enriant · 3 pointsr/Rabbits

Like /u/meningeal, my buns have a short cat tree (more a stump) they like to climb. I also got them a cat tunnel when they first got their room and they love it.

u/amberyoung · 1 pointr/cats

Catit Design Senses Play Circuit, Original Mostly because of the kitten on the right's reaction to the toy!

u/theang · 2 pointsr/cats

It's a Hagen Play Circuit, this is two sets together. One site was about $10 on Amazon:

u/purrImacatpurpur · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

kitty toy!!! :) hi, how are you? I have no idea what lorises are....

u/kelseync · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Hehe get your zoo on gurl!
[Hagen Catit Design Senses Play Circuit, Original]

u/JaggBoom · 3 pointsr/CatTraining

If I work from home i try to have a box near me, especially a new one. He jumps into it every time.

Food puzzles throughout the day (staggered feeding with mostly kibble).

This one I just put kibbles in and he has to fish them out
Catit Design Senses Play Circuit

Or empty toilet paper or paper towel rolls, put in kibble fold ends. Cut holes in if you'd like.

6 pack beer boxes. Put food in holes. You can even cover some of them with crumpled paper so long as your cat wont ingest it.

u/far2frail · 4 pointsr/holdmycatnip

I believe it's this on Amazon.

u/regentswift · 3 pointsr/Rabbits

I got mine from a friend with bored cats, but this is the model we have:

Just trim off the dangly bits, if your buns get too chewy

u/foxyfire · 3 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

This is what I could find.
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u/iamdeirdre · 1 pointr/pics

In case you are wondering, it's a ring with a ball in it, I'm afraid it's not a Roomba.

u/shanna99 · 11 pointsr/nekoatsume

It's available on Amazon!!

u/AlwaysHopelesslyLost · 15 pointsr/MEOW_IRL

It should be right there, also here

Outback Jack Kitty Compound Cat Playhouse

u/Microfoot · 1 pointr/guineapigs

haha, the smaller guy in the photo is actually named Scooby. I put together two of these, but had to temporarily use cardboard for the back wall because the hooks on a couple of the panels were welded shut. Had to cut the corners on the tarps at the middle so they could lay flat and overlap. For bedding I got two towels and put fleece over them. The tunnel and the grass balls are here and here.