Catit Senses Treat Maze Cat Toy

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Catit Senses Treat Maze provides a clever way to make your cat work for its treats.

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  • Item Number
    191618
  • Dimensions
    5.3 x 4 x 5.3 inches
  • Weight
    0.48 ounces
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Material
    Plastic
Rating: 3.8 of 5 stars 14 Reviews 14 Reviews 3.9 out of 5 Stars

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Rating: 3.8 of 5 stars 3.9 / 5

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Well, that didn't take long!

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    My Jasper is a hunter and has a habit of wanting to prowl at our bedtime for hidden treats. (His brother Cairo watches where we put them, and alerts him but for some odd reason doesn't eat treats, so he's the advance party, I guess!) We hoped this toy would provide an added challenge to extract them. It was a plus/minus purchase. The flatter plate is just too darned easy....he had them out in about 10 seconds, but the higher "fingered" plate on its own is a bit more challenging. Now he's got it down to a quick visit, so we've woven some pipe cleaners and yarn in to complicate things. We also hide the toy inside boxes or under furniture so he has to extract the toy to work on the treats My Jasper is a hunter and has a habit of wanting to prowl at our bedtime for hidden treats. (His brother Cairo watches where we put them, and alerts him but for some odd reason doesn't eat treats, so he's the advance party, I guess!) We hoped this toy would provide an added challenge to extract them. It was a plus/minus purchase. The flatter plate is just too darned easy....he had them out in about 10 seconds, but the higher "fingered" plate on its own is a bit more challenging. Now he's got it down to a quick visit, so we've woven some pipe cleaners and yarn in to complicate things. We also hide the toy inside boxes or under furniture so he has to extract the toy to work on the treats. Every family has that "busy" kid or pet, and he's our challenge. He may be smarter than we are :) Great fun for him - and for us to watch! … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Too difficult for my cat.

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    I splurged on a bunch of different food puzzles for my cat and this one is too difficult so he gives up and uses the other ones. I will try to return this one.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    If Cat wants a treat they will figure out how to get it

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    Toy has 2 discs as shown. One is easy the other is harder. I started with flat one first which is easy not very challenging. Now use the one with raised mountains as takes longer to get treats out. I have smart new kitten (Cornish Rex) and didn't take her long to figure it out as I placed treats behind the mountains. It gives her something to do and gets a reward when using paws to get treat out. I use it everyday, place 3 treats in it, leave it in her room and when I come back later the treats are gone. Great Product good quality especially for smart cats.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great quick puzzle

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    This was a lot bigger than expected, but it works great! I used the disc with the pegs and it was just the right level of difficulty for my cat, difficult enough to be a challenge but rewarding enough to keep him engaged.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Depends on the cat...

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    I have 3 cats : 1- is the most loyal, lovable furry baby, but not so smart. He tried to stick his face into the opening meant for his paws to go in. When that didn't work, he gave up and walked away. 2- is pretty savvy, and finds her way to the treats with some effort, and keeps going back to the toy, even when the snacks are gone. 3-should be on loan to the CIA. It took him about 10 minutes before he lifted the whole maze up by holding it in his mouth and waited until the treats dropped through the opening on the other side. He'll still play with it the "right" way, but when he's done, this is how he throws down. Currently looking for a more complex game for Mr. Smarty-Pants.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great puzzle toy for the kitties!

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    I have two middle-aged cats (9 and 11) and they both love this toy. It comes--as pictured--with two plates. They prefer the plate with the spikes; they actually got bored and walked away from the flatter one. The toy is sturdy (my guys bat this thing around almost like a soccer ball) and versatile. Totally recommended!

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Cats couldn't care less

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    My kitties hate this thing. Wouldn't purchase if I could go back in time.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Slows down eating, occupies longer

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    We bought the big Kong, a small blue egg, and this maze - hoping to decrease boredom in two males who are attacking our female (all neutered). One cat in particular sticks with this until almost all the pellets are eaten. Good way to slow down a gulper, which he is. AND the other male is very entertained watching him. Ours are competitive - will probably have to have more than one maze for both to enjoy properly. Con- makes a lot of noise, even on carpet. Would be terrible on hard floor.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    my cat's wanted nothing to do with this.

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    I put my cat's favorite treats in here several times and they still wanted nothing to do with this. I ended up donating it to a friend who has a small dog and uses it.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    keeps him busy for a while

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    I use the bigger finger-shaped maze on my super food-motivated cat. I put maybe 10-12 treats in it and it takes him 5 or 6 minutes to get them all out.

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