Friskies® Pull'n Play Pack String Cat Treats & Wobbert Toy
3.99 / 5 based on 108 Reviews
The whole new way to treat and play! Includes wobble toy, Pull 'n' Play Tender Strings and Party Mix Crunch! Pull 'n Play Tender Strings.The Pull N’ Play Pack® combines tender edible strings with the Wobbert® wobbly cat toy that also dispenses Friskies® treats! The Pull 'n' Play Play Pack takes cat treating to a whole new level! It combines tender edible strings with a wobbly cat toy that also dispenses Friskies treats! That means playtime is more delicious! Try all 3 delicious string flavors. And get ready to let the good times wobble! Let the good times wobble!
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Friskies® Pull'n Play Pack String Cat Treats & Wobbert Toy
My baby loves this food and I recommend it for puppies! I have nothing bad to say about it she enjoys it very much!! Well worth the price and it's a great value!!
My cat LOVES this thing. It is really really durable lol he knocks it off tables on to hardwood floors and it don’t break or nothing. We have a male black cat that loves to hit it to get the treats out. Plus the added treat strings are a plus. I definitely recommend this toy to all my family with cats and one of them got it for their new cat that they rescued and she loved it!
I really wanted to get my cat to like this toy but she just didn’t play with it. I was able to use the treats from the toy, though. She played with it for maybe 30 seconds.
My cats love this toy the only issue I have with it is how loud it is on the tile floor. I want him to play with it but when it wobbles around it creates loud noises. I cannot keep enough treats in it when they do let me fill it up. worth the buy! great idea
Our cat Koda got this fun toy as a Christmas present from one of the grandparents 🤗 she loves it! As soon as she hears us pick it up to put snacks in, she comes running. I would recommend this for other kitty owners especially if you need to distract your cat for a minute since they have to bat the toy to get treats out! 😻
I got this for one of my cats a few years ago, after it first came out, and he loved the pieces that come out, but couldn't figure out how to get the treats out. I then got this for our newly adopted cat a few months ago, and she hates the stringy pieces, but she could play with it all day. Plus, she now knows exactly how it works to get maximum treats. They love it. I would definitely recommend!
My cats both love to play with this toy. I don't use the pull treats as much because the cats can easily grab them out of the toy, but the smaller treats are good to keep the cats moving and interested. The treats are pretty small so the cats can eat multiple without me having to worry about overdoing it. Great way to keep your cat occupied and entertained.
We kept seeing the commercial for this toy so when we saw it at the store we grabbed it. My one year old kitten was completely enthralled with the movement of the toy and after thoroughly investigating the string treats, scarfed them up and ignored the treats inside for awhile.
I found this at target not long after it first came out. My cat usually loves every kind of treat and this didn’t disappoint! It took my cat a minute or so to remove it and devour it. My other cat didn’t care for the treats. Just keep super air tight or they get crunchy!
This looked like lots of fun for my kitties. I have two girls (2 years, 10 months). The older cat doesn't like to get involved with toys while the younger one is playing, so I have to give treats directly to her. The younger cat has this toy completely figured out. She's addicted to the strings (cheese flavor is her favorite thing in the world). The first time I loaded the toy, I pulled the string all the way out both holes and she scarfed it down in seconds. The next time, I only left a tip of the string poking out each side, but she still polished it off too quickly to get much play out of the toy. The actual play comes from the kibble inside the toy. She's pretty much got that down to a science. She sits and rocks the toy until it dispenses a kibble, eats the treat, then goes back to rocking the toy. The older cat is sort of like me, she doesn't like people watching her learn things, so she won't try to use the toy when people are around (unfortunately the little one doesn't leave any treat untouched). This is probably a toy for a single cat household, because one cat will dominate it. Also best for a feisty younger cat, because it takes persistence or cleverness to knock the bites out.
Q & A
Do you think it would be a better idea if they offered the toy in more colors, perhaps with different flavors of treats?
Do cats really play with this?
Is the string snack supposed to be hard? I felt like it wasn't that fresh but it is not even close to being expired. Not sure if it is supposed to be like that. I also thought it smelt horrible but my cat liked it.
I've considered getting this for my two senior cats (11 and 12 years old) but I don't want to waste money. For anyone that has bought it, do your cats continue to play with it or do they play for a little while then it's just another you that sits there??
Does this actualy work well?
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