TRIXIE Activity Fun Board 5-in-1 Activity Strategy Game Cat Toy

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About This Item

  • A challenging and stimulating outlet for energetic, curious cats.
  • Interactive game featuring five different challenges to stimulate your cat’s senses.
  • Fish bowl style globes, pegs, alley, tongue and tunnel all provoke your cat's sense of curiosity.
  • Non-slip rubber feet keep game in place during playtime.
  • Rewards your cat for correctly solving various treat-hiding challenges.
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Toy FeatureTrainingCatnipCatnipOutdoor, Training, ExerciseBouncy
Toy TypeGames & PuzzlesGames & Puzzles, Mice ToysGames & PuzzlesGames & PuzzlesGames & Puzzles
MaterialPlasticPolyester, Synthetic FabricPolyester, Synthetic FabricWoodPlastic
LifestageAdultAdultAdultAdultAdult
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Questions & Answers

14 Customer Questions


One of my cats has 2 extra toes on each of his front paws, and his paws are huge. Will he have trouble fishing treats out of the board?
Answer by ChewyJan 13, 2018
Your polydactyl cat will absolutely love playing with this board.

What are the best types of treats to use with this board? I have 4 cats, all of whom are at least 6 years old.
Answer by ChewyJan 15, 2019
It's recommended to use dry treats or another option is to feed your cat while playing, by replacing the treats with your regular dry food. This prevents overfeeding and makes mealtimes more fun and exciting.

Can a declawed cat use this?
Answer by ChewyDec 21, 2018
It may be possible for a declawed cat to use this however, it would be more difficult.

Is this toy BPA free?
Answer by ChewyApr 16, 2018
This product, and all Trixie Pet activity games are BPA Free.


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430 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Sarah on Apr 13, 2022

It's challenging

My kitten, neutered male 10 months old, gets to "hunt' for treats on the Trixie once a day and loves it. We started out with the easier challenges, what I call the prongs. It took him a few days to figure it out and now he's mastered this challenge. Bit by bit (or should I say bite by bite) he has also mastered the waves and the little boxes on the tunnel. He still has not figured out the globes. I also turn the Trixie around so that he has to re-calibrate his approach. I can see his little brain churning as he tries to get his treats. It's a wonderful toy.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Mbee on May 16, 2022

Best Slow Feeder Around

We've tried several slow feeders in the past few years and this feeder is the first one that our cat hasn't figured out how to hack. The plastic is heavy enough that he can't flip it over. The feeder is wide and flat so he can't shake a bunch of food out instead of pawing one out at a time.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Katie on Apr 5, 2022

Great enrichment for cat

I was a little wary of the price at first, but this has proven really useful for my very playful, high-energy cat. It keeps her occupied in a constructive way while I'm working at my desk, instead of meowing at me to play. I've had it three days now and she's figured out all the modules, but the globes are definitely the most challenging for her. Highly recommend if you're looking to give your cat something to keep occupied while you're working


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Irawanxo on May 16, 2022

mixed feelings

In the beginning it was very challenging for my cat to get his treat which is what I wanted, now he got the hang of it, he knows the trick so it’s matter of seconds. However I still use it everytime because it’s best to use it instead of giving the treat away directly


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By LovesLife on Mar 16, 2022

Excellent, just not for my kitty

While I think this feeding board is excellent, my kitty disagrees with me. We have tried to get her interested in it, and while she is certainly happy to try to please us and responds well to treats, she quickly struggles with this board. She has extra toes (polydactile) and I have noticed that with this board, it is significantly harder for her to move treats and access them in the small spaces on the tray, as her extra toes get in the way and make things more difficult. I think if she had less toes, and weren't so sensitive in the extra toes, this would be more fun for her. As it is, that's not the case, and today I received the "really? This again?" look from her as I tried once more to make the tray a fun and exciting food experience for her. We do have another feeding puzzle for her, which she LOVES. We got the leaf & ladybug feeder for her and she adores it. She goes back time and time again to nose at it and gets excited whenever she sees me move it, let alone get food to fill it. She doesn't struggle with that toy, as it offers her the option of nudging the moveable units with either her nose or her paws (she does both). She is a smart cat, but I do think the extra toes is the issue with the feeder board, as she has no issues with other food puzzles either homemade or bought. I personally think the Fun Board for cats is brilliant and very thoughtfully designed, and that for the right cat, it's perfect. My cat just isn't among those it's designed for.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Amazing on Mar 26, 2022

My cat loves this

This puzzle is perfect and my cat loves it. She is too smart for her own good and obsessed with food. It took her some time to figure out the different parts, and now that she's got it down she loves fishing out treats! The design is smart and simple, and unlike previous puzzles with moving parts, this is easy to clean and doesn't fill with crumbs or catch dirt from the floor. She never gets tired of it, and we really enjoy having it in the house.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Beauxpeep on Feb 28, 2022

Excellent for food motivated kitties!

I just got a new kitten who is extremely food motivated. He's also incredibly smart and very mischievous. After getting on my 2 older cats' last nerves one too many times, I got him this fun board as a way to occupy him. It is a huge hit! I sprinkle treats into all of the areas and while he's busy getting the food out, I can feed the other cats in peace without him charging in and trying to play with them or take their food. No one else plays with the board but him, but that's OK because the amount of joy it's given him has meant the board has paid for itself 10 times over. For the right kitty, I highly recommend!


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Amal on Apr 5, 2022

false advertisement

Different color than shows in photos :( supposed to be white like in photos but it’s actually gray but my cat was able to figure out 2/5 activities so far in first few minutes so it’s pretty challenging for my cat hopefully he doesn’t just give up still a cool concept to make cats use their brain for treats very stimulating


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By dianaluna9 on Mar 2, 2022

Proud cat mama!

I have 3 meows. A 14 year old, a 5 year old and one under a year and all three play with this puzzle. I use treats with the puzzle and they take turns. I also play with each cat one at a time. The youngest two played immediately and the only one that seemed almost impossible was the fishbowl. I have pretty smart meows that all know how to do tricks; sit, shake, high-five, etc. The only one that seemed kinda impossible was the fishbowl, but the youngest got one right away with a big salmon dried food. To date, we haven't gotten any since, but I kinda with the fishbowl came in half. That would be my only critique. I was super proud when my older cat decided to try after watching the two younger ones, after she got her first treat she started purring! She actually did better than the other two. She may not learn tricks as fast, but she knows how to use her paws well. I think this is a great toy and 100% believe giving verbal and visual cues, words of encouragement and pride pets def helps! Sit there with your kitties and give them clues, enough light to see the treats and let them know when they do well. They are smart animals and they know when you are happy and whether or not they are loved. If you are watching TV just plop it down and do it with them. It was really good to see them progress and to see my older kitty get some spark and show me that she knew just as much as these younger cats. I am super happy with this and got it as a discount for my cats bday present from Chewy! Yay!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By IndyKitty on Mar 5, 2022

Loved it!!

I was skeptical when I purchased this but my 3yo indoor kitty absolutely loves this toy. I take it out once a day at the same time and I put a few treats in the different puzzles while she watches me do it. She gets so excited and it is so enjoyable to watch her maneuver through it. She will also play with it for her regular dry food even with her open feeding bowl 5 ft away from it. I would definitely recommend this for any food driven and curious cat.