Cat Amazing Interactive Treat Maze & Puzzle Cat Toy
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- Interactive game & puzzle cat toy to keep your kitty stimulated and alert
- Puzzle-style toy encourages the natural instinct to explore, sniff, search and retrieve hidden rewards
- Multiple difficulties allow for more challenge so your kitty can continue to learn and increase their hunting skills
- Made from 30% recycled cardboard and is 100% recyclable. Printed with certified metal-free inks so it’s safe for your kitty to chew on
- Just place some food, treats, or a small toy into the interactive maze and watch your cat go crazy! You’ll have a great time watching your cat’s feline cleverness in action
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313 Customer Reviews
I am always trying to keep my cat mentally stimulated to jeep him out of trouble and this is a fabulous new addition! My cat is about 7 and I bought him this box and had it for about a year before I upgraded to the more challenging one. Highly recommend starting with this easy one and upgrading from there once they master each level. Absolutely love this toy for my cat, but I do have to put the treats he is obsessed with otherwise he is not motivated enough f9r the mediocre treats to get them out. So it's best to find a treat your cat goes insane for in this treat puzzle because it is quite challenging at first, but give it time.
Best toy to ever happen to me
Not to be dramatic but this is the best thing to ever happen to me. I have a cat that gets easily bored with toys but not this one, he can spend hours with it. 10/10 recommend
My cat loves the treat maze! She's a bit older, a bit lazy, and I wasn't sure if she'd be interested in finding the treats but she was very interested. I used small treats that have more smell. An inexpensive enrichment tool!
The Cats don't care for it
My cats love their treats, I thought this would entice them and keep them occupied for a bit. I added treats, showed them how to use it but after a few minutes, they just walked away, never to touch it again. Just like almost everything else I've purchased them, this now just sits untouched...with treats intact.
Unfortunately this requires effort, so my cat doesn't care
Fairly easy to set up, though the interior piece kept wanting to jump out when I was trying to close the top. My cat is easily bored but not easily impressed, and so far her regular food, treats, and favorite toys have just sat inside the box for several days. The first day she did try and get her treats, but when she couldn't immediately get a treat she lost all interest. It has gotten more use as a box to hide behind while playing. It might be a fail for her because you can't really see the treats, so if you have a visually-motivated hunter this might not be a good fit.
Fun product for you and the cats
One of our cats did get the treats out relatively quickly while the other sat there and watched the whole time. I still consider this a win; they were entertained and were able to use their foraging skills. I think if I put it away and take it out again every few days they will be just as entertained with it as they were today. I must say though the creature in our house that had the hardest time with this puzzle was myself. Maybe I'm just not a spatially oriented person but I had a very hard time putting it together and afterwards realized that I had actually missed some of the pieces that go inside. Cats 1. Human 0.
Cat and toddler toy
I put this together with my daughter. Since I put it together one of my cats and daughter have enjoyed playing with it. I was not expecting the bonus toddler entertainment. I recommend it.
Box 0 Kittens 1
Cute idea and it did occupy the little demons but their solution to getting the treats out was to chew the box up. Expensive throw away toy.
I hate how much my cats love this stupid box
Like, theoretically it’s just cardboard, but it’s GOOD cardboard. One of my cats has started hiding his own toys in it just so that he can fetch them out. My only problem is that I think they’re going to need another one so I can switch out the puzzle so they don’t get bored.
This treat puzzle is a big winner for our 15-year-old cat. Every day, or every other day, we drop a treat into this, and the cat will work away at this for between 5 minutes and half an hour. Great purchase.