"Sushi" is a cat toy in the shape of sushi. It is soaked with catnip, also known as "Western Actinidia polygama," and captures (?) Cats. Developed by Foodie Kat, Illinois, USA.
"Sushi" is a sushi made from the appearance of a "rat toy" for cats. Because the shape is similar to that of a mouse, it was possible to create a colorful appearance while satisfying the instincts of "catching a mouse" and "playing with a mouse". Playing with "Sushi" makes it look like a cat is trying to make sushi, and the owner can enjoy watching it.
"Sushi" includes "Maki Roll Set" which imitates sushi rolls and "Nigiri Set" which imitates nigiri sushi. The "Maki Roll Set" has a bell built in, so the cat can roll and enjoy the sound.
The "Nigiri Set" is soaked with catnip. The perfect size for cats to chew or hit by hand.
Foodie Kat is currently conducting a campaign to recruit investors on the crowdfunding site kickstarter, aiming for mass production of "Sushi" at a low price. At the time of this writing, a $ 25 investment in the "Nigiri Set" and a $ 18 investment in the "Maki Roll Set" are available. If you invest $ 40, you can get the "Full Sushi Set" which is a set of "Nigiri Set" and "Maki Roll Set". Shipment is scheduled for December 2016.
As a cat toy, the price is a little high. But is it cheap for those who want to take a picture of a cat holding sushi (toys) and show off to cat lovers? Maybe.