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.
Very sturdy and easy to wash and clean. She hasn't figured out how to use the fish bowls except for when I first brought it home so I keep a little extra food in there and when she is pacing around looking bored I sprinkle a bunch on and she goes crazy over it. It's so cute to see her little foot raised working the food through the puzzle. lol Have already recommended to my friends.
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!
Awesome activity center for cats and cat owners!
on May 22, 2018
We just got this. My cats love it already, and we haven't even tried all of the games. For best results, read and follow the instructions. They advise you to show your cat how to retrieve the treats, so the cats will associate the game with reward instead of with frustration. I've only used the globes toy so far, but all 3 cats were into it. Usually I toss the treats across the room to make them run and pounce. My oldest boy just wants me to put the treats directly in his mouth! So this was a great activity for him, and he seemed especially satisfied after retrieving all the treats out of the globes. This toy is high quality and designed to be fun for the owners as well as the cats. It's a greatWe just got this. My cats love it already, and we haven't even tried all of the games. For best results, read and follow the instructions. They advise you to show your cat how to retrieve the treats, so the cats will associate the game with reward instead of with frustration. I've only used the globes toy so far, but all 3 cats were into it. Usually I toss the treats across the room to make them run and pounce. My oldest boy just wants me to put the treats directly in his mouth! So this was a great activity for him, and he seemed especially satisfied after retrieving all the treats out of the globes. This toy is high quality and designed to be fun for the owners as well as the cats. It's a great way to have positive interactions and bond with your cats, while keeping them interested and engaged. Excellent product, so glad we got one!… more
Follow Instructions and Keep Trying
on May 30, 2018
It’s very important you help your cat (if need be) be successful the first time in using this as stated above. Also, the size of the treats should be considered. Smaller ones are easier to get out of the curved areas, but impossible (at least for my cat) to get out of the bulb looking area. Even if it doesn’t go well the first time, keep trying. They’ll get it eventually!
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.
No one gets treats for free
on May 30, 2018
Two out of three cats in my home recommend this. The third cat just refuses to earn her treats and knows that I'll give in and just give her some. So I guess she trained me well. They learned that by licking their paws first the treats are easier to grab out of the bowls. I haven't used the rectangular section for wet food, because that would be gross having to clean it out.
Neat idea not for my Siberian
on Apr 10, 2018
However my Siberian is known to love puzzles. she doesn't even try this one. She was excited came sat watch me fill with treats. Walked away after trying the waved area she batted at one treat once and gave up pull treats out came back for them. lol I was sad this was her 4th bday present. :( not a winner for me shes only 9lbs so i dont think shes to large for puzzle but does have kinda big paws.
Great for curious cats
on Apr 1, 2018
I have two cats. One loves the challenge of this puzzle and will work to get get treats out as fast as she can. It keeps her occupied for a good 30 minutes while she works for those treats. However, my other cat feels it is below her to work for food and will not even attempt to get the treats out, so know your kitty before buying it!
The product is solid and weighs enough that it won't get dragged around or moved easily. Also easy to clean.
It's heavy! (In a good way.)
on Jun 6, 2018
Lucy took to this treat toy immediately. She loves it! It's far more 'sturdy' then I thought it would be, and bigger than I thought as well. It sort of looks like cheap plastic in the picture, but it's not. It's thick. Well worth the price. She hasn't quite mastered putting her paws in the bowls yet, but she no doubt will.
Enrichment for Kitty
on Apr 9, 2018
I was cat sitting in Copenhagen a couple years ago and the resident had one of these. Her cats always played with it and tried to get one but they weren't in local stores and would not ship to USA so I was tickled to see it on Chewy. My adult cat has fun playing and getting kibble out of the little spaces just like the other cats did.