Cat Amazing Sliders Interactive Treat Maze & Puzzle Cat ToyBy Cat Amazing
About This Item
- This toy has three inner sections that slide to change up the puzzle—there are two on top and one on the bottom.
- Encourages your kitty’s natural hunting and foraging instincts.
- Works with her favorite treats, catnip, crinkle balls, mice, cat wand toy and other goodies.
- Recommended by veterinarians to promote mental and physical stimulation.
- Industrial-strength, double-layer cardboard made with plant-based gloss coating for your sidekick’s safety.
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Kept him busy
My male cat gets bored easily, but this puzzle box kept him occupied for an hour. He will do anything for a treat. I did put it away after an hour and let him play with it the next day with the same results. I don’t let it sit out and only give it to him sparingly so he doesn’t get bored. The female loved getting her toys out. She’s not like treats.
Good toy for smart cat
Our cat was too good on the other treat puzzle we had, so I got this one. Didn’t take but moments for him to figure this one out, but with all the variations, he has to work harder to get the treats. That keeps him busier longer, which was our goal. The box wasn’t hard to put together (easier with two people) and it is definitely sturdier than I was afraid it would be. Should last a long time. Would love to have some choices for the outside design. The current one doesn’t really go with many decors.
Perfect difficulty level
One of our cats is into everything. He will open drawers, cabinets etc if he knows there is something he wants inside. Normally when we put treats in a puzzle toy he brute forces them out in minutes. Not so with this box because he can't tip it over and has to actually work them out with his paws so it entertains him for quite awhile. Sometimes he even lets our other cat get a turn with treats inside!!! Impressively our other kitty loves this too. She walks away from puzzle toys when she can't see the treats, but probably because she can touch them, she keeps working at this. She also loves to fish toys out (much easier) and sometimes even drops toys in herself to fish out!
All the child cats went nuts!
I have 4 under a year old kitbits who run me ragged all day, they're all super active and super smart and it has been a huge challenge finding things that absorb them for more than 5 minutes. So far this box puzzle has been a big hit, they have been working on it all day for treats & toy mice. The biggest kidcat is just over 12lbs and so far all 4 have been climbing all over it & sitting on it and it's unharmed. One thing I like especially about it is that it's not ONLY for food treats. All but 1 of my hoard of cats are not food driven, so the fact I can drop in zip ties and bottle caps and toy mice and it still works just as good as it does with treats, awesome!
KitKat ignores completely
Not interested at all- made we’ll and easy to put together but a waste for KitKat. Tried to interest her in it by putting treats inside and balls but still no interest. I felt it was expensive and now it’s disappointing. I was hoping it Would keep her busy while I was working and I wouldn’t have to entertain her
This has been an awesome hunting toy for the cats. They both have enjoyed hunting their treats and toys (small catnip fish) hidden in it. But, be prepared for some of the inner boxes to pop out of the stickers and adhesive strips holding them shut. Have a couple bits of duct tape ready in case.
My kitten, Pepper, is always in need of mental stimulation. She loves to hunt prey (aka toys), stalk, and trap things. This ambush predator loves when I put treats, small toys, or something surprising in this puzzle box. She has to work hard for her reward! Whenever she gets bored or restless, I pull out this toy. She soon forgets her boredom and is attentive for hours!
Great toy for your cats!
I never write reviews, but this time I have to share how much fun my two kitties have pulling their toys out of this puzzle box. I've loaded toy mice and balls - not treats. They spend time throughout the day pulling the toys out and then playing with them. It's a great distraction from other trouble they could get in!
Weeks later and my cats still love it
I ordered this a few weeks ago in hopes that this will entertain my 4 cats, one of which likes getting into trouble when he's bored. They absolutely love it. I throw some treats in there and it helps fill out the day for enrichment. They will stop by the box randomly throughout the day and night to paw at some treats and it entertains the trouble maker cat enough that he doesn't do dumb things out of boredom anymore.
way more complicated than needed
This box is way more complicated than needed and way more complicated than it looks on here. It doesn’t make much sense from a human logic stand point because of the way the treats can fall and be impossible to get to