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Welcome to Exclusive Cat Lovers' Boutique.
Welcome to Exclusive Cat Lovers' Boutique.
Cat Chasers & Balls for Cats

Cat Chasers & Balls for Cats

  • Fish Toys & Food Bowl Bundle

    $70.00
  • Meow Mouse

    $46.00
  • French Macaroons Catnip Toy

    $50.00
  • Ultimate Scratcher

    $25.00
  • Crochet Jellyfish Toy

    $80.00
  • Stuffed Cute Cat Toy

    $76.00
  • Crochet little Mouse Toy

    $30.00
  • Crochet Octopus Cat Wand Teaser

    $30.00
  • Owl Cat Toy with Catnip

    $30.00
  • Hand-Knitted Ball Toy

    $80.00

Cat Chasers and Cat Balls that Look Like Cookies, Sushi, or Mice Will Entice Your Kitty to Hunt


Whether made to look like sushi, or donuts, or cookies, or candies, or macaroons, or little mice, these cat chasers and cat balls are totally cute and quite unique. Some are made to look like jellyfish, or carrots, or mushrooms, or woodland animals, or an assortment of other colorful things to catch.

What if my cat doesn't want to play with a cat chaser or cat ball?

Each of our cat toys has a special incentive to catch the toy. A stash of valerian or catnip could perk up the feline's natural instincts. Also, some of the toys incorporate rattles or bells, or buzzers to intrigue the curiosity of the cat. The Toys & Games we offer are unique and unusual and it's unlikely you will find them anywhere else online.

Why do cats like to play with balls?

House cats know they don't have to hunt for food, but that doesn't mean that you can't make it fun for them to hone their natural hunting skills. Using ball toys, you can copy the movement of the prey that they may catch on their own. With our products that are individually made for your cat, the toys may include fur, feathers, bells, buzzers, catnip, or treats.

Is it important to play with your cat?

Of course, it is, and studies show that at least 15 minutes of exercise a day can keep your cat thinner, healthier and happier. Young kittens use to play for balance and coordination, and it helps them develop a personality. When cats play together they improve their social skills and learn how to communicate with each other.

When they become about three months old, a kitten's attention is all directed toward objects. And those objects are subject to be pounced on, stalked, grabbed, scratched, bitten, and anything else a cat can do, so look for such items among our Toys & Games or in our Fashion Wear collection.


Some of these items can be dangled from a doorknob or hanging from one of our Cat Trees, but it's more fun to play with your cat directly, especially if he already spends most of his time on his shelf or his Cat House.

Can I bond with my cat using cat toys?

Interactive play between you and your cat is the best way to bond and understand this mystical creature. Cats develop behavior problems if they are bored and playing with them will help stimulate them and create trust between you and the cat.

How do I know what cat toy or game my cat will like best?

Each cat is unique and so each one will prefer a different type of toy or game. Don't tease a cat by running your fingers across the floor with your hand because you will get scratched. Use a lure or fishing rod, as some of the items in the Toys & Games section, and keep your hands scratch-free.