Welcome back to the next installment of The Monthly Meow!
(The weather has been so rainy for most of the month here in my area of Montana, but we did have a few beautiful days, so we went outside to soak up a little sun!)
This month Daechir and I got to try out the Friskies Pull ‘n Play Play Pack.
In the box you get the toy itself (Which is named Wobbert, I must add), a full bag of treats, and one of the Friskies Pull ‘n Play treats.
So the first thing I have to mention is what a deal this set is. One bag of the Friskies Party Mix treats are approximately $4, and one Pull ‘n Play is $3. This entire set is only $4.45 on Chewy.com, so you’re basically getting the toy for free, which is awesome.
(How precious is this little guy? Seriously.)
The toy is basically like a Weeble, if anyone remembers those. It’s weighted at the bottom, so no matter what your cat does to it, it stays upright. There is a small hole on the side of the base of the toy for the treats to come out.
(The Pull ‘n Play treats)
To put the toy together, you take the little head off (sounds a little morbid) and string one of the Pull ‘n Play treats through the holes, and fill the base with the traditional treats.
(The finished product)
As for how my cat feels about this, she’s not shown as much interest as I thought she would. She’s very picky with toys, and it can be really hard to keep her attention with them, and that’s basically what happened with this.
She realized pretty quickly that this toy had treats inside. And instead of doing what a normal cat would and playing with it to get the treats out, she just pushes it far enough to knock the treats out, eats them, and walks away. She has been using this as more of a food dispenser than a toy, which in all honesty, makes it MUCH more entertaining for me than for her. She also has no interest in the Pull ‘n Play treat whatsoever. She will gnaw at it a little bit, but has no interest in eating it at all.
With that being said, I think this is a great toy and a fantastic deal (if you purchase on Chewy, it is more expensive everywhere else, as things typically are). Just because my picky cat doesn’t play with it in the conventional sense does not mean that I don’t think it’s a good product!
(You’re looking at a very hard-to-please cat…can’t you tell by that sassy expression?)
So to wrap up this post, I do recommend this because it’s a great deal, and the toy itself is great quality!
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*This product was sent to me by Chewy.com. All thoughts are 100% my own, as always! I was not compensated for this review.