Hartz At Play 5 Pack Mini Mice Cat Toy -- 1 Toy
Not As Represented
Mouse was supposed to be made from actual fur. It was not. It was made from artificial man-made plush material. My cat won't play with the fake mouse, he prefers real fur covered toy mice.
May 19, 2012
Poor Cat Toy
I expected these mini mice to be the same as I purchased in store - a very soft, "real rabbit" fur feel, tiny and the most fun toy for my cat. I ordered 5 packages, knowing how much my cat loves her mini mice, but was very disappointed when they arrived with a synthetic fur that does not slip around easily. She loves the art of chase, and these mice grip to floors and she is overall bored by them. I tried to return, but the cost of shipping back was outrageous. I'm stuck with 5 packages of mice that my cat could care less about. A description stating these are synthetic fur would be helpful. I don't even know if Harz produces the real rabbit fur ones anymore. Sad Cat. . .
February 18, 2011
Best Mousies EVER
My cats have a whole basket full of toys and these are the only toys they absolutely cannot put down. My cats cry when they lose them under the couch or dresser and they are relentless voicing their distress until I get their mice out from their hiding places. These are a MUST for cat owners!
August 9, 2010
New, unimproved Mini-Mice
Our little cat disdains all cat toys, even ones that contain catnip. With one exception: Hartz brand Mini-Mice. She would tear out after those mice like they were on fire and she was the world's only extinguisher. Her record was five minutes to reduce a Mini-Mouse to nothing but a small pile of stuffing and skin.
But Hartz has redesigned their Mini-Mice and no longer use rabbit fur for the covering. They're now using the same fake fur that all the other cat toys use and our kitty has lost total and complete interest in them.
So beware--while these are perfectly serviceable Mini-Mice, they are not the Classic Mini-Mice (pre-2010).
August 4, 2010