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summersgoneaway Tue 19-Dec-17 19:30:39

Getting a 10 week old kitten on 5th of Jan
Was looking at getting the treat feeders

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summersgoneaway Tue 19-Dec-17 19:31:09

First pic is smudge kitten we are getting other pics are catit toys

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summersgoneaway Tue 19-Dec-17 19:31:27

Or this one

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DancesWithOtters Tue 19-Dec-17 19:50:05

Mine loves the cat kerplunk/biscuit tree. It's his favourite thing, and pretty much the only thing we've ever bought specially for him that he loves.

Aside from that he's ignored everything in favour of empty shoe boxes.

Want2beme Tue 19-Dec-17 20:13:37

What a lovely kitty. One of mine loves the dreamies mouse, so I think what you're suggesting is a good idea. Think I'll get one as well.

EachandEveryone Wed 20-Dec-17 01:04:24

Dont get rge massage station. The track with the balls in is a good one.

CantChoose Wed 20-Dec-17 19:07:50

Mine hated the track with balls. Have it to my mum. Her two love it.
My boy loves the dreamies mouse, if that helps.

LivingInMidnight Wed 20-Dec-17 19:51:34

I agree, don't get the massage one! The scratcher one is nice but so much more expensive than the basic scratching boards. Mine loved the one where you dig for treats but it's a pain to keep clean so I removed the green cups. The track with the ball was successful, the treat ball was not. Zooplus usually sell the catit range at good prices.

DancesWithOtters Wed 20-Dec-17 20:32:38

@CantChoose mine isn't interested in the flashing ball track either. It's been dismantled in the conservatory for a year. Some cats apparently love it!

DancesWithOtters Wed 20-Dec-17 20:33:31

We went to a cat cafe for adopted cats last weekend and apparently the biggest hit there is bubble wrap!

EachandEveryone Wed 20-Dec-17 20:33:33

Yes you can buy extra balls that light up.

I wish i had the nerve to send the massage station back.

EachandEveryone Wed 20-Dec-17 20:34:07

Treat feeders would be hard for a kitten anyway.

GardenGeek Wed 20-Dec-17 20:44:14

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summersgoneaway Thu 21-Dec-17 16:07:39

I have bought kitten treats already
He has dry kitten food currently

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summersgoneaway Sun 24-Dec-17 16:45:32

I went for

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summersgoneaway Sun 24-Dec-17 16:46:36

Get him in two weeks saw him sat at 8 weeks old so gorgeous

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EachandEveryone Sun 24-Dec-17 20:11:18

Aw lovely. Id save thst treat feeder for when hes bigger. Is that two youve bought? Have yiu got the cheap laser light you can get them from most supermarkets? I think they all love them.

TheSecondOfHerName Sun 24-Dec-17 21:06:31

Have you bought all five of those? He's going to be one lucky kitten. smile

summersgoneaway Thu 28-Dec-17 13:21:50

Yes 😻😻

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FluffyWuffy100 Thu 28-Dec-17 13:54:54

I got the track woth a ball in it - that has been used soooooooo much.

I recently got the puzzle feeder to put his dry food in but he’s a bit too stupid to work it out despite me spending lots of time showing him. Mine is a beauty, not brains.

FluffyWuffy100 Thu 28-Dec-17 13:56:34

Other firm favirates have been the massive and sturdy cat tree, tri tunnel with peep hole, da bird feathers, a puzzle thing off eBay which is cardboard with lots of holes in it and they have to fish out the ball, and my hair bobbles.

TheSecondOfHerName Thu 28-Dec-17 14:12:00

Our one-year old cat can manage all types of treat/food dispensers in the shape of a ball or egg, but cannot figure this one out.

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