This is a great combination. Rabbit fur bottom and rooster feather top. These are VERY popular! 8 inches long with feathers.
My cats love this and enjoy tossing it around.
I bought several other cat toys from this company. This is a great company with personalized customer support. Because they were a few days late in getting it to me ( although delivery was still pretty quick ) they included a free little mouse and a personalized note. I don’t usually give reviews, but this company deserved a kudo. Faye on 28th May 2018
My cat would NOT leave this toy alone! SC on 8th Mar 2016
OMG, watch out, the kitties lllloooovvveeeee this. I swear I thought they ate the whole thig for a few days and began to worry. Then one day one kitty rolls out with it. He'd been hiding it from the other cats. Had to reorder more STAT! Unknown on 16th Jan 2013
He loves these (my other cat is uninterested in them) and will actually chew them up and swallow them (except for the feathers). So I have to hide them in a cabinet and dole them out only rarely.
He also loves the (rabbit) fur bugs. I don't understand why those are more expensive than these--are the little leather strips more costly than feathers. Unknown on 11th Jan 2013
My 2 Maine Coon boys LOVE their "fur & feather toys"... They have been a favorite for a few years now! Heather on 31st Dec 2012
loves this toy. His first one he chewed and tossed so much its sick looking. So santa had to bring him a new one. cat carriers around the house. jma on 25th Dec 2012
My cat loves this toy, it is the only one that he retrieves. The combination of feathers and fur make it irresistible to hunt and catch. When tossed into the air, it moves in a lifelike way, or so Cody thinks, because he will pounce it and pretend it is a mouse. Pretty durable, too, since he has been chewing on it for months and yet it lives! Unknown on 23rd Dec 2012
Great toy; my Maine Coon kittens think this is a real rodent to trap and carry off to be buried. I can watch them play with this toy (one for each of them) for hours. Cathy on 4th Oct 2012