Just another ball...which isn't bad, but pricey if that's all they are
Our call LOVES, LOVES hollow, hard plastic balls that he can chase, bat up against the wall, then chase again when they bounce off and fly in the opposite direction. The only trouble there is they inevitably end up under something until they're all gone and I have to crawl around on my hands and knees, looking under everything in every room to find as many as I can, and some I never do. I don't know where they go!! These are bigger than the balls he typically plays with and they ended up being just another ball to bat around. I thought putting a treat inside might give him more initiative to find the lost balls on this own, but he didn't get the appeal of the whole treat-inside concept, and they're just another batting ball to him. That's not a bad thing, but if they're nothing more than that, I can buy wiffle balls for almost half the price of these and, even in our small rural community, I can buy them locally. I won't buy these balls again, but they might be fine for another cat whose curiosity and attention are grabbed by the treats inside.