Easy Life Hammock
The Easy Life Hammock doubles as a lounger and a scratcher. Cats stretch their paws to leave their scent and when they stretch, their claws come out and leave their mark. Scratching can also help remove the dead outer layer on your kitty’s claws. This lounge scratcher will not only help keep your cat’s nails tidy, but it can also help keep her feeling nice and relaxed.
I've been trying to collect more different types of toys to keep my cat entertained and this is a fun addition! He figured it out right away and it takes him about 10 minutes to get all the treats out. There are two different ways to hide the treats. It's a little bigger than I was expecting based on the pictures but I managed to find somewhere to store it when not in use.
Love this! And so do my cats! I foster and am always looking for ways they can have fun and interact. This is a perfect puzzle for just that! One of my cats can do the added step of putting the treats in the ladybugs, two of them can just do the leaf step, and one cannot figure it out at all, so definitely a great range of difficulty. Highly recommend!!
My one cat really enjoy food puzzle toys and she goes nuts when I start to refill this one. It’s too easy for her and she gets all the treats out in around 20 minutes. She still has a good time though. My other cat can’t figure it out but she’s an impatient princess kitten so it’s not the toy’s fault. It’s difficult or almost impossible to clean. I wish the top lighter green part popped off so I can clean the inside of the red cups and under the leaves better. I use a bottle brush now and I think I do an alright job.
This game is the only way Max wants to eat! He loves food puzzles, and plays with this even when the treats are gone. He sleeps next to it, and checks frequently for treats to magically appear. This is a great toy for a cat with food aggression because it makes them slow down, and gives them something that’s just for them. I also use this to give CBD treats.
At first, my kitten just watched me drop in a treat and cover it then looked at me. I moved the cover off the treat to show her how it worked and again she just looked at me. After loading a few more treats she started pushing the cover aside herself to get them. Now she watches me load the treats, opens a few while I watch, then leave the rest to open when I'm not there. When all the holes are empty, she sits by the puzzle and stares at me until I refill them.
This puzzle feeder is great for my food motivated kitten. I put him in a separate room and fill this up with about 1/3-1/2 cup of dry food and bring it to the room he’s in. It takes him a good 10 minutes to get all the food, where as he can usually down his food in less than 2 minutes in a normal bowl. Recommend for those hyperactive / food motivated kitties!
Before it was out of the box, my tortie was on my shoulder knowing it was a treat game. ( Also have sushi slider) She figured it out quickly and taught her brother! Enjoy watching them! Well made and sturdy
This feeder is super cute, easy enough for my girls to figure out but also does its job of slowing them down and making them work a bit for their meal. My only complaint is that because I feed on top of a wood cabinet, it does slide a bit there are some rubber feet, but it has a slight curve to it and they are not always enough to keep the feeder from sliding around.
I have been looking for something to slow my cat down while eating and had high hopes for this. Unfortunately even as her first puzzle feeder, it was way too easy for my cat. However, my bigger issue is that my cat’s kibble kept getting stuck inside the puzzle somehow and when I picked it up and turned it over to examine it, a whole scoop worth of food began to shake out after getting trapped in the nooks and crannies. If you use it for large treats it would be fine I’m sure but for kibble it was not ideal and I will not be using it anymore.
My Siamese is vastly entertained by this. It allows me to treat him while engaging him in play. I put treats in four of the hidden spaces and Hiccup has to find them. Thank you for this wonderful time