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Has anyone here used one of these to get their cats to play? My cat used to love chasing a stuffed mousey on a wand but quit enjoying it. I even got a new one with non crimped wire and he just wants to roll around with the mousey on the floor. Sticking the mouse in some catnip beforehand used to motivate him.

I guess it may be the fact that he's getting older too. I have no idea how old he actually is since I got him as an adult. I just know the vet said that playing could help a bit with his urinary issues. Luckily it's been quite a long awhile since he had any issues.
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I bought this last time around.

On the one hand, it is just a piece of wire with cardboard on the end. On the other hand, my cat goes apeshit. The movement is not very predictable and she is fascinated by it. Maybe they can't see the wire that well.
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Has anyone here used one of these to get their cats to play? My cat used to love chasing a stuffed mousey on a wand but quit enjoying it. I even got a new one with non crimped wire and he just wants to roll around with the mousey on the floor. Sticking the mouse in some catnip beforehand used to motivate him.

I guess it may be the fact that he's getting older too. I have no idea how old he actually is since I got him as an adult. I just know the vet said that playing could help a bit with his urinary issues. Luckily it's been quite a long awhile since he had any issues.
Probably age, but for urinary tract, our vet suggested to add more wet food (and even make that a tad "soupier" by adding extra water to the broth - think "chunks in gravy" + water. Definitely helped our neutered indoor only male when he started to develop some urinary tract issues. Sadly, we lost him prematurely to other health issues (he was sickly from the day we got him as an orphaned 5 week old).
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Has anyone here used one of these to get their cats to play? My cat used to love chasing a stuffed mousey on a wand but quit enjoying it. I even got a new one with non crimped wire and he just wants to roll around with the mousey on the floor. Sticking the mouse in some catnip beforehand used to motivate him.

I guess it may be the fact that he's getting older too. I have no idea how old he actually is since I got him as an adult. I just know the vet said that playing could help a bit with his urinary issues. Luckily it's been quite a long awhile since he had any issues.
I second what dabargainhunter said, and would also limit or stop any dry food as it's very hard on their kidneys.
As for the toy itself, some of the negative reviews about the wire having harmed cats steered me away. Have you tried a laser pointer?
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Probably age, but for urinary tract, our vet suggested to add more wet food (and even make that a tad "soupier" by adding extra water to the broth - think "chunks in gravy" + water. Definitely helped our neutered indoor only male when he started to develop some urinary tract issues. Sadly, we lost him prematurely to other health issues (he was sickly from the day we got him as an orphaned 5 week old).
So sorry about the loss of your furkid.
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I second what dabargainhunter said, and would also limit or stop any dry food as it's very hard on their kidneys. harmed cats steered me away. Have you tried a laser pointer?
I was intending on reading the reviews this morning and your mention of the wiring hurting some cats has made me think twice about it at all.

My cat has been on wet food only since his first incident a few years ago even with wet food he had a couple mild incidents in the couple years after that one.

He hasn't had a urinary issue in almost two years though. When he starts acting like he may be having trouble which for him is staring into the bathroom for more than a couple minutes before going and meowing I add corn silk to his wet food for a few days or more. The corn silk coats and calms the bladder lining by addressing the irritation and helps him pee. I rarely have to do it though.

He's also never been a laser pointer kind of guy. I will say he's lucky he keeps a good figure. I'm glad he likes his tunnel and the little 3 to a pack catnip mice that are like $2 from Walmart along with Amazon sometimes.
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This is my #1 recommended cat toy and I try to sen one home with each kitty i foster that I adopt out. have never had an issue with injury. yes it's a piece of wire and cardboard, but the price reflects that. They go bananas over this thing, since it mimics the natural movement of insects. i also love that you can tape it to a wall, for example, and they will play with it by themselves.
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