Eight in One Kookamunga Catnip Bubbles -- 5 fl oz
I was so excited about these. I have tried them with different cats, from kittens to adults and they were all scared of them. It seems to be the soap smell that puts them off. My cat reacted like she does when she encounters citrus smell. I guess the soap smell is stronger than the catnip so it doesn't work. too bad.
October 7, 2012
I was like 'waaah?' so I had to give them a try. Funny smell. Didn't make bubbles well. Kittens were confused, then uninterested. I put the bottle away to try when they were older, liquid leaked all over. A friend I gave a bottle to for a gift said her cats were indifferent, as well. Nice concept, but didn't work IRL.
May 12, 2012
Has strong odor but is fun
Cats loved it strong smell tho
December 27, 2011
Maybe for some cats - not for mine
I envisioned my cat happily chasing after the bubbles just as kids love to do. However, one burst bubble in the face was enough to cause him to bolt for cover. If I'd have thought this concept through, I would not have purchased this item. While there is nothing wrong with this product, I will just have to use the liquid to "scent" the cat toys to get any play value from it. Maybe if my cat had been able to pop a bubble with his paw instead of getting one in the face our story would have been different. Lesson learned......
December 5, 2011
I thought catnip bubbles sounded like a great idea for our two 7 month old kittens. One was fascinated and just watched, mesmerized, while I blew bubbles in her direction for a very long time. She liked sniffing the floor where they popped, but was totally confused that they disappeared and didn't try to play. The other kitten (who is generally bold) was completely terrified and wouldn't come back to the bubble blowing area for a full day. So, not a total success. But maybe your cat will love this - worth a try for a few bucks, and I have to say that I enjoyed blowing bubbles.
August 20, 2011