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Petstages Rainy Day Puzzle & Play Cat Toy

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Keep your kitty busy while rewarding her with her favorite treats! Petstages Rainy Day Puzzle & Play Cat Toy is designed for the most curious kitties out there. She’ll love hunting for her rewards by batting the pegs and swatting the rain drops. This puzzle can be used for daily feeding to help her maintain a healthy eating pace, or you can use it to help keep her preoccupied. It has 14 hidden treat compartments—for beginners place the goodies in the cups and for the purr-os place them in the hole of the peg piece. And while she’s doing everything in her power to reveal every last bite, you can rest assured knowing that there are no removable parts and that the toy is made from only food safe materials and never contains any BPA, PVC or phthalates.

Key Benefits
  • The purr-fect toy for curious cats, this toy helps encourage their natural foraging instincts as they bat the pegs and swat the rain drops to find the hidden treats.
  • You can even replace your cat’s bowl with this puzzle to help slow down her eating habits. This puzzle can hold up to ¼ cup of food.
  • Helps keep your furry BFF busy with 14 hidden treat compartments. Place the treats in the cups when she’s just starting out and for added difficulty, place them in the hole of the peg piece.
  • Made from only food safe materials and 100% free from BPA, PVC and phthalate.
  • There are no removable parts for safer play.

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  • Item Number
    227102
  • Dimensions
    13.8 x 14.02 x 1.6 inches
  • Weight
    2.0 pounds
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Toy Feature
    Outdoor, Training, Exercise
  • Material
    Wood
Rating: 4.0 of 5 stars 14 Reviews 14 Reviews 4 out of 5 Stars

79% Recommend

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Rating: 4.0 of 5 stars 4 / 5

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    It's ok...

    By Angie on Feb 19, 2021

    I really like this puzzle, in theory. It's very cute and the pieces slide and move smoothly. However, it is built so that small pieces of food will get stuck in the cracks. The box mentions that you could even put wet food/treats in there, but I would suggest against that because it seems like a nightmare to clean in those cracks. Also, if your cat is a digger, I can imagine them not really caring about learning the mechanics of the puzzle. They can just dig and dig until pieces open up or they break it. Alternatively... a cat can flip it over and have all the treats fall out. My girl seems to get the hang of it but gets frustrated at the treats getting in the crevices and disappearing. My I really like this puzzle, in theory. It's very cute and the pieces slide and move smoothly. However, it is built so that small pieces of food will get stuck in the cracks. The box mentions that you could even put wet food/treats in there, but I would suggest against that because it seems like a nightmare to clean in those cracks. Also, if your cat is a digger, I can imagine them not really caring about learning the mechanics of the puzzle. They can just dig and dig until pieces open up or they break it. Alternatively... a cat can flip it over and have all the treats fall out. My girl seems to get the hang of it but gets frustrated at the treats getting in the crevices and disappearing. My boy, which is my fault for not thinking of this, is missing an eye and it makes it hard for him to see what is going on with the puzzle. So he digs for a bit then gives up. It would probably be more accessible if the pieces flipped up rather than slid around. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    So good for smart cats, wish there were more!

    By Caroline on Feb 16, 2021

    This is by far the best toy I have bought for my smart, fat, easily bored treat-hog. It's been so fun to watch him figure out different components of the puzzle over time - it took him a while to get a hang of the wheel, but now he's an expert. I just wish they made even more challenging puzzles that we could try.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Product for an Intelligent Cat

    By Steff on Dec 28, 2020

    My Tuxedo Cat has been needing some intellectual stimulation, most toys are obviously not stimulating enough - I got this for him as a christmas gift and so far have been nothing but pleased! It has been so enriching seeing him use his little sniffer to learn something new. I kind of wish there was a level 4 & 5, as this is a level 3 toy, but putting the treats in the open white sliders has made a great secondary challenge to the main maze, because he smells them, but has to slide them over into a teardrop slot before he can get to them. Highly recommend for smarty cats!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Maisie loves it!

    By wildcat on Oct 28, 2020

    Bought this for my overweight and under-stimulated middle-aged kitty, Maisie, and she got the hang of it immediately. She's a pretty smart girl, and I think she even enjoys it! She knows it's her tray only, and it works to keep rambunctious brother Scout (still a kitten) out of her diet food. He does play some with the movable pieces on top but isn't at all interested in working for his kibble.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    A Fun Challenge for a Smart Kitty

    By CatMom on Oct 14, 2020

    My cat loves this! He'd already mastered the other puzzle toy I got for him to the point where it wasn't even a challenge for him anymore, so I decided to get him a new challenge. He quickly caught on to the "raindrop" doors and the round white sliders since those were similar to mechanisms on his other puzzle, but he's still learning the wheel (he prefers to push it around with his nose than using his paws to turn it). It's great for keeping him busy when he needs to burn off some energy.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Cats are too smart

    By Manentail on Dec 25, 2020

    They figured this out pretty quick. They seemed to have fun and toy stayed together through clawing and a cat fight

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    couple design flaws

    By mumei on Oct 19, 2020

    I like this, but there are a couple design flaws that make it frustrating for my cat. The cups are too small for him to get kibbles out with his mouth, but when he tries to dig them out, the kibbles get jammed in the tracks at the edges.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Diggers Be Wary

    By Kelley on Sep 26, 2020

    Query took to her digger toy very quickly and attempted to implement her strategy with the cups on this toy. Unfortunately they are far too shallow for her to get a good handle on the bits. She attempts to put her mouth in and just get them that way, but it’s clearly uncomfortable and she always returns to trying to dig them out, even if it’s more frustrating for her. Deeper cups would go a long way for digging-inclined cats, and could be an opportunity to maybe make the toy a little more weighted: there has been a lot of picking up/dragging around/flipping with ease, which also moves the raindrops/sliding cups (to be completely fair, Query also ‘cheats’ this way sometimes with her digger toy Query took to her digger toy very quickly and attempted to implement her strategy with the cups on this toy. Unfortunately they are far too shallow for her to get a good handle on the bits. She attempts to put her mouth in and just get them that way, but it’s clearly uncomfortable and she always returns to trying to dig them out, even if it’s more frustrating for her. Deeper cups would go a long way for digging-inclined cats, and could be an opportunity to maybe make the toy a little more weighted: there has been a lot of picking up/dragging around/flipping with ease, which also moves the raindrops/sliding cups (to be completely fair, Query also ‘cheats’ this way sometimes with her digger toy. Difference is pulling out one of the smaller tubes doesn’t flip the entire thing)! The other problem with the digging is the pressing along the sides trying to keep hold of it: the gaps in the sides have ample space for pieces of kibble to get stuck, and get stuck they do! Heck, I even lost one in the gap when I was trying to scoop it out. It’d be one thing having to pick out one or two frustrating bits, but I gave it a few smacks when putting it away, and what seemed like half her serving came tumbling out (okay, possible exaggeration, but not by much.) Again, maybe would be... not great, but fine if it was easily disassembled for clearing and cleaning, but unfortunately not the case. My girl is probably smarter than I will ever be, and I will definitely continue to use this is her puzzle rotation because I do think it provides the most challenges for her in our collection so far, I just also feel other buyers should weigh that pro against the cons I’ve noticed, and hopefully the makers will be able to come to a compromise/update in design! … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Transferable skills

    By Lacey on Oct 6, 2020

    My cat loves this food puzzle—even more than eating his food from a bowl. But, beware, he used the skills he learned from this puzzle (searching and pushing for food) to push off the lids from my water glass so he can drink from it.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Food gets stuck

    By Riley on Oct 4, 2020

    My cat tries to paw out the food, but the way it is designed the food gets stuck in the cracks and he gets frustrated and gives up. It is a cute puzzle and idea but functionally is not great.

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