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Catit Design Senses Food Maze

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Description

Both you and your cat-man will be a-mazed at this Catit Design Senses Food Maze! The unique spinning top design coupled with an internal maze-like configuration that regulates treat disbursement encourages your fur baby’s natural tendency to paw out smaller portions of food and stimulates activity. The toy’s wobbly spinning pattern keeps your cat guessing and makes him work for his food. Simply insert a bit of kibble into the flower-shaped top and watch your curious kitty search for the rest!

Key Benefits
  • The multiple openings of this slow-feeding system plays on your kitty’s natural instinct to dig and paw out smaller portions of food.
  • Smart design encourages your cat to work for his food or treats.
  • Can be used for purr-fectly portioning of treats—allows you to adjust the level of difficulty with an internal rotating disc.
  • The food dispenser comes with a silicone mat, making it soft on your kitty’s paws.
  • This slow-feeder contributes to feline overall health by helping to combat binge-eating.

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  • Item Number
    64911
  • Bowl & Storage Feature
    Portion Control
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Material
    Plastic
  • Assembly Required
    No
Instructions

Hand wash with mild sop and water.

Rating: 3.7 of 5 stars 95 Reviews 95 Reviews 3.8 out of 5 Stars

82% Recommend

82% of reviewersrecommend this product

Rating: 3.7 of 5 stars 3.8 / 5

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing Product

    By MrsMumby on Nov 20, 2017

    Our cat has never been a grazer, you couldn't leave food out all day because he would think he would need to eat it all in one sitting. He would pretty much inhale food without chewing and sometimes would throw up afterwards. We started hand feeding him before we purchased this life saver. He now works for his food and what use to take him 15 minutes to eat, now takes up to an hour or longer to finish. He hasn't thrown up since having this, other then a hairball. I highly recommend this product, if you have a cat who likes to inhale food rather then chewing.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Cats easily knocks it over

    By ErinK on Nov 24, 2017

    I got this for my two cats in hopes it would help them eat their food slower. They quickly learned the fastest way to get the food is to knock the entire tower over, causing the food to spill all over the floor. I tried a few more times but the maze always ended up being knocked over. I like the idea but the design is not very sturdy.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    For Cats or Humans?

    By Annie3 on Oct 20, 2017

    This is a great idea, but my cats could not figure it out at first and I had to shake the top so food would come down and they would get the idea. It took a few weeks before my larger fat cats actually used it. It looks nice anywhere in the house, but I am wondering if it is made for humans to be attracted to as it does require human interaction for older cats because mine were very confused in the beginning. It didn't help for me to show them at first, they just went for the morsels that fell into the tray. Eventually most caught on, but for the most part it sits there and looks pretty!

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Cats did not take to it

    By MThomas on Nov 20, 2017

    Great concept. It does keep the cats from scarf and barf behavior but my cats have just not got the hang of it. Maybe some instructions on how to train the cat to use it would be good. OR.... maybe my cats are just lazy.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Good but 2.0 Model Better for Big Cats

    By TooManyCats on Oct 4, 2017

    After reading the review for this product and the 2.0 feeder, I ultimately decided to get the new model which has a wider base and more stability. I really like the puzzle feeder concept to increase the activity of my large resident cat. Also, they say that the hunting and play behaviors associated with having to work for food help lessen tension between the cats. I've only has the 2.0 for a few days and the cats are still figuring out how to use it but I am relieved to say that the feeder is very sturdy! My big cat has not managed to knock it over which was my big concern when making the purchase.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Wonderful in Theory

    By April on Oct 2, 2017

    I got this for my voracious eater to hopefully slow him down and give him a bit of a challenge. Problem is it's not actually attached to the little rubber mat and it is incredibly top heavy. So instead of reaching in and grabbing food out my kitty has just learned that a firm head butt will knock it over, all the food comes out and dinner is served. Makes for a giant mess to clean up. This should really really be weighted in the bottom to keep this from happening. I will most likely be adapting mine to have weights on the bottom and figure out how to attach it to the grey rubber mat to prevent this from happening further. I also bought one of those food balls and he seems to enjoy that much I got this for my voracious eater to hopefully slow him down and give him a bit of a challenge. Problem is it's not actually attached to the little rubber mat and it is incredibly top heavy. So instead of reaching in and grabbing food out my kitty has just learned that a firm head butt will knock it over, all the food comes out and dinner is served. Makes for a giant mess to clean up. This should really really be weighted in the bottom to keep this from happening. I will most likely be adapting mine to have weights on the bottom and figure out how to attach it to the grey rubber mat to prevent this from happening further. I also bought one of those food balls and he seems to enjoy that much better and can't outsmart it......for now. And the good thing about the food ball is it was only like $3 I think. So I would recommend the food ball over this for sure. … more

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Great for kittens and small cats, not for full grown adults.

    By Shnarley on Sep 26, 2017

    I absolutely love this concept and it is purrfect for small cats and kittens. I wanted so badly to give this 5 stars, but for my 11 pound 4 year old, this was just not big or strong enough. As soon as he got frustrated with getting his "crunchies" he looked liked King Kong, because he stood up on his hind legs and pulled the whole thing over with his front paws. As a teacher, I think this is an amazing idea, especially to involve several of the cat's senses for play, stimulation and to keep their minds thinking. I just wish my little monster would have been able to use it. Maybe if it were designed differently, with a weight on the bottom or a suction cup, to prevent it from being toppled over I absolutely love this concept and it is purrfect for small cats and kittens. I wanted so badly to give this 5 stars, but for my 11 pound 4 year old, this was just not big or strong enough. As soon as he got frustrated with getting his "crunchies" he looked liked King Kong, because he stood up on his hind legs and pulled the whole thing over with his front paws. As a teacher, I think this is an amazing idea, especially to involve several of the cat's senses for play, stimulation and to keep their minds thinking. I just wish my little monster would have been able to use it. Maybe if it were designed differently, with a weight on the bottom or a suction cup, to prevent it from being toppled over. I would definitely give it another chance. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    My cats are smarter than I thought!

    By Flyha on Oct 12, 2017

    I purchased this after chatting with an agent online as a way to slow down my cats' eating/reduce puking from eating too much too fast. It has helped along with changing their food, although I need to replace the food every other day. I'd like if it had a larger food bank on top, but it stimulates them and they grew comfortable with it very quickly.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Win all around

    By THtatx on Sep 14, 2017

    I had one of these already from last year. Its a great tool to just blow time for kitties, especially food motivated ones. I fill it with party mix and kitties will sit there over hours and drain it of every last bite.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Wanted to love this-Tip over hazzard

    By Mitsie on Aug 12, 2017

    This item would be great for a kitten or very lazy cat (maybe!). I have a very small female cat who eats too much because she was underfed as a kitten. She figured out the way to get food out of the maze but on the third try...her claws hooked on the edge and she pulled it over. All the food fell out on the floor and she ran away scared! It is NOT very sturdy so if your cat tries to pull the food out with her caws (commom) it will fall over. So disappointed with the design of this item, I had such high hopes! I think whoever designed this item...never had a cat!

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