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It has been a while since Allegra had a tunnel, so we were excited to review PetFusion’s new KittyCurve Tunnel.
KittyCurve Tunnel features
- 62 inches long and 10 inches diameter
- Two 8 inch holes to provide multiple entry and exit points
- Mesh sections provide endless opportunities for play
- Two dangling feather toys on each end
- Collapsible for easy storage
Allegra started exploring the tunnel as soon as I set it up.
She loved the dangly feathers at the end.
My take on the KittyCurve Tunnel
I love the multiple openings of this tunnel. Tunnels can present a challenge in multicat households. A tunnel that only has two openings can cause problems when cats are ambushed or startled while inside the tunnel.
But what I love most about this tunnel are the mesh sections. They provide endless opportunities for varied play. Allegra loves it when I take a wand toy and run it along the mesh portion while she’s inside the tunnel. She also likes it when I reverse the game and stick the toy inside the tunnel while she’s on the outside. The mesh also allows cats to “stalk” toys from inside the tunnel with a clear view of their “prey.”
The tunnel is lightweight and easy to move, I put it away once we finish our play session and bring it out again the next day. So far, she’s gotten excited every time it comes out.
I love this tunnel so much that I’m giving it our coveted Seal of Approval.
The KittyCurve Tunnel is available from Amazon.
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