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Jackson Galaxy Asteroid Puzzle Treat Dispenser Cat Toy

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Description

Using his 20 years of experience as a cat behaviorist and expert, Jackson Galaxy created his line of toys with your furbaby's needs at heart. The Asteroid Puzzle cat toy is no exception! This one-of-a-kind treat dispenser is an ever-changing toy designed to test your cat's wits. He'll paw the toy to release the tasty snacks inside, hungry for both a challenge and an afternoon snack! As he learns, you can easily push in the nubs to increase difficulty, making it harder for the treats to pop out. Plus, the translucent outer shell allows your cat to see the treats inside, while the hard-plastic base holds its shape as more nubs are pushed in. It's sure to inspire an out-of-this-world playtime.

Key Benefits
  • Challenges your cat to paw at the toy until treats are released.
  • As he learns, you can increase the difficulty by pushing in the nubs.
  • Compatible with most small cat treats.
  • See-through outer shell allows your kitty to see the treats inside.
  • Tests your cat's critical thinking skills.

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  • Item Number
    156377
  • Dimensions
    2.6 x 2.6 x 2.6 inches
  • Weight
    2.88 ounces
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Toy Feature
    Exercise
  • Material
    Plastic
Size
ProductDimensions
Asteroid Puzzle Treat Dispensing Cat Toy 2.6 x 2 x3.5 inches
Rating: 2.6 of 5 stars 50 Reviews 50 Reviews 2.6 out of 5 Stars

58% Recommend

58% of reviewersrecommend this product

Rating: 2.6 of 5 stars 2.6 / 5

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Great treat dispenser

    By Zaya on Apr 3, 2020

    My cat wasn't sure about this toy at first, but he now enjoys it. It has the perfect amount of food for a small snack, and dispenses the food very slowly, which I love (my dog has Cushing's so this keeps her from being able to steal my cat's food while he is still trying to eat it). I use this to give my cat food during the day, and it keeps him active (because of its difficulty and how little comes out at a time).

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    No Interest

    By Jen96 on Jun 9, 2020

    I was hoping this would be a hit with my food driven kitty, but it was a flop. It didn't matter what I put in it, even catnip wasn't getting her attention!

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    I Had to Modify It

    By Autumn on Mar 14, 2020

    The closure isn’t great and the hole is too big. Treats/kibble fall out too quickly. I remedied this by stuffing strips of paper towel inside the ball with the kibbles and it slowed the food drop dramatically and now I can adjust difficulty with more/less paper. I wouldn’t recommend buying this, but if you’ve already got it, stuff some paper towel inside and now you’ve got a functional toy

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Destroyed in under 30 minutes

    By MontysDad on Feb 1, 2020

    My 6 month old kitten liked the toy and figured out the concept pretty quickly how to get treats to come out. When the last treat was too large for the dispenser hole, he also figured out that if he bit off all the nubs (actually 8 out of 9) the last treat would come out. After 30 minutes all I have left is a ball with 9 large holes. Material just doesn't stand up to a kitten's chewing capabilities. Pretty much a waste of money.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Kitty loves it!

    By Lauralala on Apr 18, 2020

    My kitty is incredibly smart and needs brain activity, this is a perfect item for him and we use it daily! He loves patting it around to get the treats out

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Dont do it

    By Grace on May 11, 2020

    My cat doesn’t really care about this and food and treats just fall out if it try to play with it..... not worth it

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Did not hold up

    By ObysMommy on Feb 21, 2020

    This toy held up for maybe 10 minutes. My cat punctured the rubber easily. Before I knew it he had taken it apart into it's two pieces and 1 piece is lost. If your cat likes to chew and bite plastics and rubbers this is NOT the toy for him/her.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    either my cats are too smart or too dumb

    By Jayson on Jan 26, 2020

    One cat would just roll the ball over so the treats dumped out the Wide opening (i don't use particularly small treats? just regular cat treat size). The other cat managed to break the toy in half (the twist closure isn't great) and then proceeded to eat one of the plastic nubs. Genius

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Meognificent!

    By Tripod123 on Feb 20, 2020

    One of my cats is a savage and eats her food super quick. She will eat fast from anything except this! She lovesss her little ball and I fill it twice. It makes her eat way slower so she is full faster

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Fun For a Time

    By Barachu on Jan 6, 2020

    My cat Rufio is obsessed with this kind of chewy material. I figured if you set the toy with the wide mouth up, he'd have to move it about a bit more before they fall... And it was true! It was good fun for a time, however once he discovered the chew factor I had to take it away ;/ Picture for reference.

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