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 wouldn't want to use this to "dispense" their daily ration of kibble, as it is pretty complex. I very much like the idea of puzzles for my cats, to keep them sharp. As a result, when I give out a few treats, I'l use one or two sections, as my cats have given up when I've used all 5 at once. The hardest puzzle, by far, is the clear globes. Not only do they have to reach in, but they really have to "grab" the piece of kibble, to maneuver it out. It will take a few more sessions before my cat can figure that one out. The puzzle on the far left of the picture, is great for some wet food, or even frozen pieces, for them to get later in the day. It seems sturdy, and it is dishwasher safe, though I wouldn't want to use this to "dispense" their daily ration of kibble, as it is pretty complex. I very much like the idea of puzzles for my cats, to keep them sharp. As a result, when I give out a few treats, I'l use one or two sections, as my cats have given up when I've used all 5 at once. The hardest puzzle, by far, is the clear globes. Not only do they have to reach in, but they really have to "grab" the piece of kibble, to maneuver it out. It will take a few more sessions before my cat can figure that one out. The puzzle on the far left of the picture, is great for some wet food, or even frozen pieces, for them to get later in the day. It seems sturdy, and it is dishwasher safe, though the globes and little sections will retain the water, so, be careful. The only reason I am giving 4 stars, as it's pretty small, and complicated, in that the puzzles are close together. Your cat will have to be really motivated to want to use it.… more
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 Jun 11, 2018
Our cat was a speed eater and sometimes didn’t feel up to playing. This way his food is stretched out throughout the day and he is able to work. He prefers when we sit with him as he works on the puzzle. He hasn’t figured out the globes)even though he is very curious about them and we don’t use the pockets above the tunnel since he really can’t figure that out. Otherwise, it’s built well, not too big, and very much what we expected and wanted!
on Jun 14, 2018
My cats really enjoy getting to their treats this way. The tunnel was the easiest with each successive puzzle taking more time to figure out and the bowls taking the longest. Once they got it though, it was no problem...until the next time. This is a good way to give cats treats so they don't wolf them down and look for more. They get bored before the last one is gone.
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!
on Jul 30, 2018
I was not sure how this was going to turn out, since my cat had never tried something like this before; but it is great. He is also a bit of a fatty, so this gave him a chance to work a little bit for the treats. it also makes them last longer. I love to sit and watch him figure out the board. He figured out everything but the globes almost immediately.
on Aug 3, 2018
A toy my cat was not able to figure completely out in ten seconds! This toy is well made, sturdy and has different levels of difficulty. My cat was able to get the treats from everything eventually but the clear globes. She's still working on that. This toy keeps her interested and out of trouble!
Fun Board to keep my two cats entertained!
on Aug 17, 2018
Bought this to give my cats a challenge when getting treats. I have two cats and I will put a handful of treats in this toy and it takes them a little while to get them out. They have to work at it, so it is a good way to keep them mentally stimulated. I would recommend buying this product.
Awesome! Cats love it
on Jul 2, 2018
My 2 kitties loooove this! I only give them 1/4 cup of dry food for both of them as a snack when I get home from work. The rest is wet food. I think they're really happy to "hunt" for the snacks like trying to catch bugs or mice. It's a great idea! I bought the blue one too from this company and I might try the harder ones meant for dogs soon.
Trixie Activity Fun Board 5-in-1 Interactive Cat Toy
on Jul 18, 2018
My kitties love this interactive toy. I use it to feed them their kibble. It keeps them busy for a short while. I would love to see a feeder that you could change the set up of board so the kitties would continue to be stimulated. Overall, I love it. P.S. easy to clean as well.