My cat weights about fifteen pounds and she had no problem fitting inside the bag. The other two cats were not in anyway interested in the toy. There are large breathing holes on top of the bag.
The idea is great and it is so simple to put together. I didn't even look at the instructions.
Yet, it wasn't worth my time and it wasn't worth my money. From the get go, there were problems. The first problem, which I didn't really mind was that the holes that connects the bag and the frame together didn't line up. Yet, it was very easy to create different holes. The pegs are extremely small so if you have small children or other pets that would chew on plastic parts or just swallow the things, I wouldn't recommend this product for your household. The pegs are about half of a cheerio size.
The other problem is that the bag didn't fit the frame. I took it apart and no matter which way I put it back together, it just didn't fit. I tried to pull the corner over, as you could a fabric but this is plastic so it tore. Instead of tearing it further, which was bound to happen if I kept trying to pull the plastic to meet the frame, I let it hang loose.
My cat had played with it for a few moments and walked away. It seemed she would be more interested in it if I just let the bag unattached to the frame. I could had made the same toy but more sturdier and maybe more interesting for my cat on my own with only three sticks, feathers, a box and nylon line.
I've been using Frontline for ticks for years now on my dog and both of my cats. I've never used it for fleas, so I can't speak for that, but I know it's still working on the dog ticks in my area. I took my dog to a high-tick area, not realizing tick season had begun, and he came home with the little buggers all over him. I sat on the couch, he sat down next to me, and next thing I knew, there were ticks walking across my computer keyboard, up my arms, and in my hair. I put Frontline on him right away (but still kept him out of my bedroom that night) and the next day, the floor was littered with nasty little uninflated dead ticks.
This product doesn't repel ticks, but it kills the ones on the dog, which is good because then they can't leap off the dog, make a nest in your shag carpeting, lay eleventy-billion tick eggs, and infest your house with their eleventy-billion new tick progeny.
Barf. I hate ticks. In fact, just typing this review is making me itch. I like Frontline! As long as it continues to work on ticks, I will continue to use it on my dog
5 stars are from the dogs. I don't recall seeing THIS level of insanity from them for any other treat. There must be something in the smell of these that drove them absolutely batty.
The rear of the package has a chart showing what the limit for these is each day for different sized dogs. If you have a small dog, this bag would last ages since there's only a couple a day for small dogs. The number per day goes up a little as the dog's weight increases.
I can say that the flavor is clearly a HUGE hit here. One labradoodle and one poodle / terrier kind of mutt, and both went absolutely ape for these. Normally they do very well with "stay" while we toss a treat, and stay until we say, "OK!" But these treats I let them smell first in my closed fists. And they would NOT stay. Not even a little.
They look like little pepperoni slices, they easily break into smaller parts with just your hands if you only want to give half or something at a time.
Clearly there's something amazing in here for dogs considering the reaction at our household
Spent tons of money on products for my dog and his flea problem. I was ready to give up until I decided to give it one last try. I ordered advantage and seen a mass improvement in like two days. All of his scabs have healed, his hair is growing back, he hardly ever scratches anymore, and he gets a good night sleep
The fleas started dropping off my cat in hours. Killed all fleas within 24 hours and my kitten is now flea free.I purchased this product because it is sold/recommended at my Vets office but at a high $$$ cost. The treatment seems to work well and none of my cats have had any ill effects. I'm not crazy about the applicators but once you get the hang of it they do dispense without any problem.
Let me preface this by saying that I would not feed this to my cats if the only thing left in my apartment was this and my husband. That being said, I do use this to feed the stray cats outside. I put it in a bowl and sit the bowl outside the door so the strays always have access to food. My cats, however, eat well.
I view this as the cat-version of eating from the trashcan at McDonald's. The food isn't great to begin with, but you're eating leftovers and scraps that have been gawd only knows where. I give it three stars because I'm sure it has some nutritional value and it's cheap enough that I can buy it to give it to the neighborhood strays, but I would not ever, under any circumstances, feed this to my pets... I love them way too much for that.
My little guy is an FIV positive rescue, and won't touch his so-called "healthy foods", but is able to keep his weight and energy up with the Whiskas. Thankfully, I was able to find a source for the two whiskas wet foods he eats when his mouth is too sore for dry food. I'm upset that Walmart no longer carries them - but again, I'm thankful they have the dry. No other store in this town carries Whiskas. So much for the sob session - great product - great price.
With its less-than-full-price and short list of features, the first Garden Warfare felt like EA wasn't willing to risk much on the odd idea of turning a cutesy mobile free-to-play tower defense game into a console online shooter. It feels like a little piece of cosmic justice that while the Medal of Honor reboot failed to make any inroads with that audience, Garden Warfare somehow became a runaway success that warranted a full-priced, fully featured sequel.
To put it this way, if you have a PS3 and didn't play these games on the PS2, you have no excuse not to play them. They deliver the same amazing and almost flawless experience that the original games had with slightly updated HD graphics, 3D support (which I haven't tried, but even though 3D is a gimmick in my opinion it sounds cool) and trophies too. The trophy logo is the same for all three games though, which could be a bad thing to some, but that in no way affects how great the originals games are. Platforming for all three games is done very nicely, the worlds and characters are imaginative, and the stories for all three games are good, if not simple. The good outweighs the bad by a long shot, so I have no choice but to give this extremely great bargain a 10/10
An incredible blend of tart lemonade and natural tasting watermelon. New! Seasonal. Cold. Hard. Refreshing.Mike's Hard Lemonade is just what the name implies - alcoholic lemonade. Mike's Hard Lemonade has a very natural lemon taste to it. It is quite tangy, but no to the point that you cringe. There's a slight alcoholic aftertaste, but what do you expect? It isn't overpowering, but it is there. As with most lemonade, the drink is quite sugary. sometimes I have to force myself to finish the bottle because near the end, the alcohol and sugar mixture is tiresome. However, mixed with tea to make a lemonade tea, I can easily consume more than normal