Trixie Cat Activity Fun Board 5-in-1 Cat Toy provides the perfect outlet for your cat’s energy and curiosity. This interactive game includes five different challenges, each designed to stimulate your cat's senses. Simply hide your cat’s favorite treats in the various obstacles and watch as she uses her intellect to get to them. Vary the number and placement of treats to increase the level of difficulty. Trixie Cat Activity Fun Board 5-in-1 Cat Toy is dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.
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.
Activity board, booklet with tips to design training program.
I bought this toy for my adult cat (she's 11).. and she isn't too thrilled about having to "work" for a treat, go figure lol I've only tried it with one type of treat but I think if I switch it up she may actually try a little harder.
I imagine this board would be excellent for younger cats, but not so much for older ones (unless your cat has a good attention span)... Giving it a good rating for someone wanting a toy for a younger cat
Helps make the treats last a bit longer
on Aug 27, 2018
I usually do different activities with my two cats at treat time to keep things interesting and to keep them from wolfing the treats down too fast. I hide treats around the house or use treat puzzles for example. I figured this would help to change things up a bit. They were unsure at first (as expected) but picked up on how the different areas worked pretty quickly. It definitely slows them down a bit and makes treat time last longer. The only section they have a problem with is the bowls. My girl figured out that if she moves her paw around the inside of the bowl fast enough the treat will eventually pop out the top! But, after doing that a few times she obviously decided that it wasn't worthI usually do different activities with my two cats at treat time to keep things interesting and to keep them from wolfing the treats down too fast. I hide treats around the house or use treat puzzles for example. I figured this would help to change things up a bit. They were unsure at first (as expected) but picked up on how the different areas worked pretty quickly. It definitely slows them down a bit and makes treat time last longer. The only section they have a problem with is the bowls. My girl figured out that if she moves her paw around the inside of the bowl fast enough the treat will eventually pop out the top! But, after doing that a few times she obviously decided that it wasn't worth the effort, especially since her brother was usually watching and waiting to snag the flying treat. All in all a nice way to slow down treat/meal time and give the kids some mental stimulation.… more
on Oct 10, 2018
I was hesitant to buy this because I don’t like feeding my cats dry food, but I did because it has a wet food puzzle I can use. My cats love this! They spend minutes figuring out how to get the food and then sleep for hours. It’s great to use before long shifts at work, or right before human bed time.
on Sep 23, 2018
Sturdy, well built,cats figured it out and get their treats from it. I would recommend it more for kittens not full grown cats though because the row of small bowls has too small of an opening for them to reach in grab a treat and pull their treat out with a bent paw. I just don't use those and let them play with the rest of it.
Fun for Cats and Us
on Jul 30, 2018
We have two one year old cats. One can figure out each activity and lives to get her treats on the board. Our second cat seems to have no ‘board’ skills but is (sllooowwwly) improving. We give them their treats separately because of this.
on Jul 23, 2018Top 100 Contributor
I have a bag of hard food that I successfully transitioned one of my cats off of and onto canned, so I use the leftover kibble as a treat in this toy. My female cat has a lot of fun trying to get the small pieces out and she's even figured out how to scoop them out of the little bowls. My boy isn't quite as enthusiastic over working for his treats. I suppose being a spoiled mama's boy since he was a kitten has stunted his work ethic and problem solving abilities but he does enjoy watching my other cat go at it!
My cats love this!
on Sep 15, 2018
I bought this to keep my younger cat occupied because she's constantly getting into mischief. To my surprise even my older cats love it and have been very successful at getting food and treats out of all the different parts. A total win of a toy.
My cat LOVES this!
on Sep 1, 2018
We bought this Activity Board to give our cat some mental stimulation and slow down her mealtime consumption. She is an indoor cat only, but she has a lot of hunting instinct. Having to figure out a way to get to the kibble makes her feel like she is hunting. It takes her longer to eat and gives the other cats time to eat their food before she starts marauding. We are very pleased with this purchase!
on Jul 22, 2018
I've been using puzzle feeders to feed my cats kibble since they were young and wanted something that can hold a good amount of food. This works great but the fish bowls are too difficult for them; they refuse to grab food out of it even if there isn't any left elsewhere. A cup-like puzzle would have probably worked better. It is also difficult to put food in the tunnel and the construction makes it easy for food to get stuck in crevices within the tunnel, so I have abandoned using it as well. The other three components work very well and can still hold a good amount of food, which is what I needed. Our cats like eating food from the three puzzle components over the Catit food tree.
on Jul 29, 2018
WOW! What a clever item! Keeps my cat super engaged. The "pegs" make grabbing items challenging....AWESOME! The tunnel is a cute feature. My vet told me about this activity board. I highly recommend it to cat owners.