SmartCat Peek-a-Prize Toy Box

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Cats know that cracks and crevices are where all the fun critters to play with hide! Keep your fur baby entertained when you're not at home with the SmartCat Peek a Prize Toy Box. It's designed to partially conceal toys, piquing your cat's interest and making her paw each toy to get it out. The Peek a Prize Toy Box comes with two toys but can be used with any appropriately-sized toy or tasty treat!

Key Benefits

  • 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

What's Included

Peek-a-Prize box, 2 balls.

Cautions

HAZARDS TO HUMANS: Not intended for children and only for supervised use with kittens. Keep safety in mind. If a toy or accessory is one that you would not give to a child that is 3 years old or younger, please do not give it to your cat.

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  • Item Number
    64209
  • Dimensions
    13.5 x 13.5 x 3 inches
  • Brand
    Pioneer Pet

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  • Saw this at the vets office had to have it,

    By on Top 500 Contributor

    well made good sized matches the decor. At the vets office every morning they place cat food in it and the clinic cans come running it is so fun to watch. I have a very overweight cat so I thought she will paw her food out take her a bit longer. Cleo went on a hunger strike and refused to go near the thing, It took me 3 days to figure out that she could out wait me, She did get a regular serving of canned food each day.I finally gave up on the food part and put the balls and some other toys in it, The balls are gone the other toys have not moved , Hi ho hi ho its off to the vet that toy goes,

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  • Panda doesn't like it

    By on

    I love the idea of the box and thought my cat, Panda, would too because he likes to "find" toys. It's an absolutely great toy. It's just that my cat wasn't interested even after I put some of his own toys in it.

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  • Kitten loves it

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    I saw her playing with this with her litter mates. I bought it and added some other toys to the box. She seems to still enjoy it and the challenge it brings. I may have to change toys up as she gets older but I can see her enjoying this for a long time.

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  • Bored and disinterested

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    I was hoping my kitty would find this fun...especially when he is alone all day. After 1st day he never touched it again.....except if I put a treat in.

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  • Great way to give cats treats

    By on

    Our kitty use to love playing with this toy at first, but now he only does so when treats are dropped into it. I like that it gives him some entertainment though even if treats have to force him to play with it.

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  • They like it!

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    Wasn't sure if my cats were going to take to the box - but they like it! I put extra balls in there and their special treats and they play with it every night!

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  • Toy and treat box.

    By on

    We have added ping pong balls and treats to the box. She will spend a lot of time trying to get stuff out.

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  • The Cat says "Meh"

    By on

    Cats will hunt for food dropped in there but the Chewy box it came in has been more fun to play with than this toy.

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  • It's a hit!

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    My cat loves to stick her favorite spring toys under my bookshelf so that she can fish it back out. Unfortunately that means that she often cannot retrieve her all of her toys. Fortunately this toy box exists! Now kitty can drop her toys in a box and fish them out with no problems. I might cover a few holes to make it harder for her but for now she is happy. The key with cat toys is to know your cat and how he or she plays. If your cat does not show any play signs that would relate to fishing out toys then do not buy this.

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  • Not enough "hide" for cats that are seekers

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    I bought this for my kittens because they love to do what many cats do: hide a toy under a door, piece of furniture, etc. and fish it out. They also love playing with a cardboard box on its side and many toys they can knock in and out of it. This toy confused them. They really couldn't see why they should care about it. They knocked the balls snd some toys out of it twice, but that was it. Once my kittens hide a toy, they want to get it out and then hide it again and repeat. Once they had the balls out, the game was over. I filled it with other toys, but that still wasn't as interesting as taking one of the toys they like more - or a darn milk ring, bottle cap, or wadded up pall of pape - I bought this for my kittens because they love to do what many cats do: hide a toy under a door, piece of furniture, etc. and fish it out. They also love playing with a cardboard box on its side and many toys they can knock in and out of it. This toy confused them. They really couldn't see why they should care about it. They knocked the balls snd some toys out of it twice, but that was it. Once my kittens hide a toy, they want to get it out and then hide it again and repeat. Once they had the balls out, the game was over. I filled it with other toys, but that still wasn't as interesting as taking one of the toys they like more - or a darn milk ring, bottle cap, or wadded up pall of pape - and knocking it into or under something and fishing it out over and over again. It's too easy for them to see the toys and get them. Now, if I take several pieces of tissue paper and tent them on the floor with toys underneath, they will play for ages, digging their toys out, hiding them, hiding themselves, etc. I tried putting treats in this toy and, yes, they will fish them out. It doesn't take long and when they've finished the treats, they move on to something else. Not what I hoped. :( … more

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