SmartCat Peek-a-Prize Toy Box
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|Material||Polyester, Synthetic Fabric||Plastic||Polyester, Synthetic Fabric||Plastic||Plastic|
|Toy Type||Games & Puzzles, Treat Dispensers||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles||Games & Puzzles|
About This Item
- Durable and strong construction, wood finish looks great with any home decor
- Satisfies cats' desire to stalk and hunt, keeping them physically fit
- Keeps indoor cats mentally stimulated, can be used with cat treats to entice kitty to play
- Includes two foam spiral balls for tantalizing "toy hunting" games
- Measures: 14" x 14" x 3", with 1.75" diameter holes that have smooth edges for your kitty's safety
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Purchased because it's made of wood and it is high quality item with some weight to it. Bought the large one due to the number of cats I have. Be sure to buy an extra package of balls to go with these. I put a variety of items inside including furry mice and other toys. Cats love it when I put treats in here as it keeps them entertained.
Smart Cat Peek A Prize Toy Box
This is a wonderful toy box for Kittens! Miss Precious, loves playing with the 4 balls, that go into the box and then she hits them out of the box and she chases them around the floor,and hits them back into the box. It so much fun to watch her.
Fun for 2 minutes
My cats initial reaction to this was great, they were super interested however my boy pulled the ball out in about a minute then the other and walled away. I put them back in, he immediately pulls them out. I tried putting other toys in it and even some treats no luck. They problem with this toy is it just way to easy. Don't waist your money.
My Simi likes this!
Ash is disinterested, but Simi likes it! She has to be in the mood to play with it. The balls that come with it are too easy for them to bat out. I put in some squeaky toys, and some crinkle balls that were more of a challenge, and that seemed to do the trick! Very nicely made wood product, no rough edges.
Cats Not Interested
The design flaw in this toy is that the ball easily comes out of the side holes. Really disappointed for the money spent. Don't bother! My cats don't even play with this.
too easy for my cats...
It's well made materials wise, but my cat reached in & removed the ball in the first 2 seconds it was on the ground. I think it needs fewer holes to make it more challenging.
Part Toy, Part Toy Box!
One of my cats is a probable bengal mix and her personality shows it. After I unwrapped this, I stuck a bunch of other toys into it and set it on the middle of the living room floor. Cat walked over to it, stuck her paw in the holes and flung every toy out of the box, then looked at me like "Is this all there is?" I thought I had a reject item on my hands, but decided to keep it against a wall with a bunch of toys stored in it. Well, my cat now loves taking things out of the box to play with and rediscovering her old favorite toys, choosing what she wants to play with. (I also switch them out with new toys and those from their other secret supply box.) When I notice a bunch of small cat toys scattered around, I just gather them up and plop 'em back into the box! So it's worked out great. I should also add that this box is high quality, solid and heavier than one would expect.
I was hoping they would love it...
I was really hoping my girl who loves to play by herself and loves to play with these types of balls (or anything she can pick up with her teeth) and hide it from herself under the closet door or other places...I was hoping she would love to work to get things out of this (I put some mice, other balls etc in it too) but she doesn't really seem to care to try. Her brother played with it a bit at first, but not much since then. Once in a while I'll walk in the room and there will be balls pulled out, but it definitely isn't the exciting toy that I thought it would be for them for the price.
OK but cat looses interest after a bit
This was the first puzzle feeder we introduced. Cat likes it but looses interest unless a human stays nearby and encourages him to play (points out treats inside etc). Maybe it's because he can't see the treats as easily as the Trixie Activity Fun Board which definitely holds his interest longer.
I know my cats really enjoyed this toy while it lasted. The holes around the sides of the toy were the same size as the top, which allowed for the interactive balls to fall or be pushed out. It’s a great toy my cats love, but that’s a major concern or issue that I have with this toy. Perhaps smaller sizes for the edges or a using rope/tape to prevent the fall out.