|Material||Cardboard / Paper||Synthetic Fabric, Polyester||Plastic||Plastic||Cardboard / Paper|
|Toy Type||Games & Puzzles, Treat Dispensers||Treat Dispensers||Chasers, Treat Dispensers||Treat Dispensers||Games & Puzzles, N/A|
|Technology Feature||—||—||Treat Dispensing||—||—|
|Breed Size||—||—||All Breeds||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
I built this as soon as it arrived, so excited to try it out. I recorded the process and the play after and found that it took just 20 minutes to open the package, build it, cats play, to cats being worn out enough to take a break. It is super stimulating to my two, they spent three hours with it on the first day and were napping the rest of the day. They can play with it at the same time as it has so many openings. It does move around the house a lot, but I find that funny, not troubling.
Both our cats are big fans of this puzzle feeder. We also have the smaller version, but this one seems to be a little more challenging. Keeps them occupied for at least 5 minutes! It does slide around a lot, but that hasn't deterred either of them.
This larger version Cat Amazing treat toy is overwhelming for my cats. The move the box around and then the treats get caught all on the bottom and they give up. Maybe they weren’t ready to graduate from the simple maze to this complex one! :)
Setup: Despite its seemingly straightforward design, the setup process was a tad more complex than anticipated. However, once you get the hang of it, the assembly becomes manageable. Quality: In terms of build quality, the product falls slightly short of expectations. The cardboard construction doesn't hold up well against regular use. With repeated opening and closing of the lid, signs of wear and tear become evident sooner than expected. Entertainment Value: As for my cat's enjoyment, it wasn't quite the hit I was hoping for. While this could vary significantly from cat to cat, I suspect that this toy might appeal more to food-motivated felines. If your cat isn't particularly driven by treats or food, this toy might not be their cup of tea. Overall Impression: After a trial period of one month, I found the toy more of an eyesore than an amusement. Unfortunately, my cat didn't show much interest in it either. In the end, I decided it was time to retire the toy to the trash.
My cats love this. It is a slower feeder than my previous purchase. I give it a shake to see if it's empty before giving them more food....they come running.
I had the smaller box of this for my cats when they were kittens. They loved the simple version but it didn't last too long (it was a bit cheaper material but ultimately we had to get rid of it to avoid spreading their ringworm). This one is very durable and easy to put together. My cats aren't as crazy for it but I think it's because it's more difficult than the last. Still decent use and can see it being around a long while!
My kitties love trying to get the treats out. It is very sturdy and keeps their attention. Highly recommend.
Spent a lot of time assembling this. My cats love the original version so I thought I would challenge my smart cat. This is almost impossible to get treats out of. He acts like he is starving 24/7 and he didn’t even bother to keep trying to get the treats even when I put them close to the holes. The angle and height of the openings didn’t work for him. This went into the recycling. I’d recommend the original single story version instead!
This is a pain in the butt to put together.. the cardboard was failing as it was being assembled… I definitely don’t recommend this… overprices cardboard is all this is and not wood quality kind either..
My 8 and 14 year old lazy boy cats actually engaged with this and developed a little team work. This will take a little more work to fully engage them though since they are lazy. I use their dry food as the treat and soon the only way they'll get any of it is by interactive toys. It's a process.