Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 9
Rated 5 out of 5 by Uli12 Nice price, fun Mouse =^..^=
I purchased two, each under a dollar, what a deal. The mice look real with a feather tail, bonus point for the rattle sound in side the mouse. Uli is a mice addict. Very durable. You know Uli loves her mice because she puts them in her food bowl. so, cute...she thinks she caught them for me and wants to share her catch.
March 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5
by CatFanatic3 Feather Tail Mice
We picked these up in the store a few years ago; one of each color (white, brown & green). I'm always picking up random mice for my kitties to try because you never know which ones are going to be a hit, especially when you have several cats. My male cat absolutely loved this mouse! He carried it everywhere, flipped it, chased it, and just like another reviewer's cat, put it in his water bowl --which to me, is a sign they really like it! Well, that kitty passed away and I only had one mouse left that was in decent shape and I put it up. I later gave it to my other cats to try and one of them loved it just like my boy did. She treats it the same way and now I need to get more. I agree that the rattle inside helps to get them enticed. I hope PetsMart keeps carrying these as they are the only place I've found them!
December 20, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by MickiTheCat fantastic
my cat absolutely LOVES these mice. the quality is okay, but i wish they were a little more durable. i throw the mouse, and my cat runs after it like fetch, she also shakes them around does flips to catch them (she has claws) and walks around with them in her mouth meowing. after a few weeks of this rough play, the eyes, ears and tail comes off. the the skin leaving a little plastic shell. but she really enjoys them and they are pretty cheap. I would recomend this to anybody with a cat
December 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2fuzzychildren A little play treat for the kitties
My cat Herbie loves his "Mr. Mousie". Every time I went to the store I had to get one for him to play with. He has played with them so much that they either go under the couch, loose the feather on the behind and furr being matted down by licking it. Key is to find one that really rattles, then you'll get his attention.
August 30, 2012