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Treat-dispensing cat toys
Date Posted: Wednesday, June 01, 2011
Treat-dispensing cat toys
Manufacturer: Kong

Product Description: Kong introduces two treat-dispensing cat toys that are designed to provide household cats with beneficial physical and mental stimulation. Made in the USA from FDA-approved food-grade materials, the Kong Wobbler for Cats makes playtime fun and rewarding by dispensing small treats, and when it's used as a mealtime feeder, it slows rapid eating and helps fight boredom and obesity by encouraging cats to work for their food, the manufacturer states. The product also features a fun, floppy, catnip-stuffed tail on its translucent top, the company adds. The Kitty Kong and Easy Treat for Cats combo pack includes a Kitty Kong treat-dispensing toy, along with a 2.5-oz. tube of Stuff'N Easy Treat for cats. Featuring a lightweight construction, the toy can be easily batted, bounced or rolled by cats, and owners can increase excitement

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