|Material||Cardboard / Paper||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Wood||Cardboard / Paper||Wood|
|Toy Type||Games & Puzzles, Treat Dispensers||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles|
|Toy Feature||—||Crinkle||Training, Exercise, Outdoor||Catnip||Training, Exercise, Outdoor|
My cats just wanted their treats. They knew they were in the box but couldn’t be bothered try to get them out. I think they knew I’d be giving them the treats anyway, later. My cats are hard to find toys for. And they’re not really driven by food either. Most cats run when the hear the cans opening. Mine just come when they’re good and ready. It’s like they’re the owner and I’m the pet. Point being, mine don’t have typical cat behavior so I wouldn’t use my situation to evaluate what toys to get. It was inexpensive so try it for your cats.
So my little 2 year old kitty baby has come to recognize the Chewy boxes, and knows that whatever is inside is for her. After watching her drop my earrings inside a tissue box to fish them out and do it again, until they were lost for good or torn up, I bought her this puzzle. She was interested from the moment we took it out of the packaging. She busied herself for several minutes until she decided it was easier to turn the puzzle box over and tear a hole in the side to get to her treats. Then she continued to play with the cardboard. This puzzle was too easy for her, but she LOVED it.