Felted Cat Mouse Toys (Catnip-Free)
- All natural / pure wool that naturally attracts cats, catnip-free
- Crafted by hand to the smallest detail
- We've kept it simple: no bells or squeaks for a toy as quiet as a mouse!
|Materials||100% Merino Wool from New Zealand|
|Size||The body of the mouse is 3 inches long|
Light Clean: Vacuum / lint roll.
Deep Clean: Hand wash in lukewarm water, press out any excess water, re-shape while damp and leave to dry naturally.
In the U.S alone, 1.4 million homeless cats are euthanized every single year.
Here at Feltcave we donate a portion of our profits to no-kill shelters. So when you buy from us, you are helping us save cats lives.
How It's Made
Each cave is carefully felted by hand to perfection from 100% New Zealand merino wool.
OTHER COOL CAT CAVES
These are good… I love woolVery sturdyThey have bead eyes which seem to be sewn on wellAnd little nylon whiskersHaven’t tried them with kittens yet but I’m sure they’ll be fineI’m cautious about the eyes and whiskers … they can be cut off I’m sureNice companyMade in Nepal
As soon as he saw it he grabbed it by the tail and off he went with his new toy ! He loves it. They come 4 in one pack so I gave him 2 and then I put the other 2 away for later , a good deal .!! He is happy , I am happy !!
First- I thought my guys would destroy these in minutes. I fully expected to buy a new pack weekly, as one of my cats plays fetch, and the other likes to chew off identifying details.These are heavier than I expected, but soft enough to throw across the room. I expected them to be smaller; the body is around 6". the eyes are hard, but they're either one piece or WELL attached. To be clear, my guys were playful before; but they keep returning to these toys over their cat tree, perch, boxes, and tunnels. (One brings his favorite of the four to his plate, at mealtime). MASSIVE downside: the less social one learned to hiss on command when the other cat gets near his favorite mouse. Before you ask, the mice ARE identical. He'd never reacted like this before, and I attribute their interest (and Gloom's new mean streak, mouse assault pictured) to ther Merino wool smell.
The wool felt is tightly woven so it resists tearing and pulling. Our cats love to bite it and tear at it with their claws and teeth, pulling the felt out. It takes awhile before the mice are unrecognizable. They are a great value toy.
I received one toy rat as a present with the purchase of the company's felt cave. My kitty was completely in love with that rat. Sadly the toy didn't last long and within less than a month the nose got completely detached during one of the play sessions. Luckily I was around to see and pick it up before my kitty would nib on it which could've been dangerous as it's very small. The rat itself was not playable as it deteriorated and became so fluffy that my kitty would constantly huff at it while trying to bite it.Because she liked this toy so much I decided that I'll buy the pack hoping to nose situation was a defect or ill just toss away the toy sooner before it starts falling apart. So I purchased a pack.Now as my kitty was playing vigorously with one of these rats, she bit it as usual and I saw the eye of that rat fell out. On the picture it's pretty clear that it's a tiny bead and thank goodness I was around again to pick it up immediately before she got it into her mouth. Cats love to play with tiny little pieces as they remind them of bugs they would hunt in the wild. It's important to be mindful of that when creating such toys and for owners it's important to probably cut off any choking hazards like that from the getgo. I took the send eye of that rat off with ease as it was attached to the same thread poking out. Now my kitty can finish playing with this toy as it's already getting fluffier, and I can give her the next from the pack after cutting those eyes off. I'd recommend everyone who purchased these toys to "mutilate" them like that before giving them to your cats. Better safe than sorry.
Wow. My cat Clementine wore herself out today twice from playing with these mice! I have two out - one upstairs and one downstairs - and the others are in her toy box for later. She bats them across the floor, tosses them in the air, bunny kicks them, and carries them around if they get too far away from where she wants to play. Hours of entertainment since they arrived … which was only two days ago.
This toy turned my sweet kitty into a mouse killing huntress! Lol! She LOVES these mice.she seriously goes crazy for this thing any toy that makes my kitty happy, makes me happy 3