|Material||Cardboard / Paper||Plastic||Wood||Wood||Plastic|
|Toy Type||Games & Puzzles, N/A||Exercise Wheels & Balls, Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles|
|Toy Feature||Exercise||Electronic||Training, Exercise, Outdoor||Catnip||Training|
|Breed Size||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||—||—||—||—|
Our cat cannot wait for puzzle every day. This puzzle keeps her busy for a while and once she’s gotten all the treats, she’s tired enough that she goes to sleep and we have some peace and quiet. Our dog got FOMO and decided she would also try to get some of the crumbs the cat left behind by expanding the openings, which is why we had to purchase another puzzle to replace the old one. Highly recommend for cats, keep away from dogs :)
I got this maximum difficulty model for my smarter girl (who has figured out the test tube treat puzzle) and was pleasantly surprised the other one loves to pull treats from it too. I had some concerns about the greasiness of treats soaking into the cardboard, but so far it's holding up well and I don't see any grease spots. My cats manage to get out every last treat, and often one will sit on top of it asking me to add more. Sometimes they drag the entire structure along the floor in an effort to pull a treat out, but that just increases the difficulty!
Our kitties are pretty good at figuring out new puzzle toys, but this one is still doing its job. There are so many directions for the treats to go and hide, but they can still get their paws in there. I never know just where the box will end up though, and usually on its side or upside down.
I've had this cat puzzle toy for over 6 months now, and this was a fantastic purchase. Though it's cardboard, I haven't seen any signs of deterioration despite the heavy use my cats put it through. They love it, they never seem to tire of it. They push it around the house trying to get treats out of it.
It's easy to build if you follow the video guide on their website. It's sturdy and my cats love getting treats out of it! They can usually get all the treats out within 20 minutes and then I put the puzzle away until next time. Highly recommend!
A lil difficult to put together without a second set of hands but the video link it came with to help with the setup helped so much so far my cats seem to enjoy it an trying to get what is put in out so far I see it a success well worth the money if ur cats like a challenge
My cat didn’t really care for this (which isn’t surprising; she’s very picky about the toys she likes). My dog, however, absolutely loves this thing. We put her food in the box and she’ll spend hours flipping it all around to get the food out. I can confidently say this box is VERY high quality considering a 40 pound boxer has been flipping it about for hours every day for 2-3 months.
The cats poked into it once and never looked at it again. disappointing.
I've had this toy for years and it's still a favorite among my 4 cats (3 seniors and one young girl). They don't stop until they get their treats out. This is a great way to keep them amused and help them to use their minds to hunt for their food. Love this toy! Worth every penny!
Took a while to get the cat interested, but he loves it now. I marked it down a star just because I think it's way too expensive.