TRIXIE Activity Strategy Game Tunnel Non-Skid Plastic Slow Feeder Cat Toy, 0.5-cup -

TRIXIE Activity Strategy Game Tunnel Non-Skid Plastic Slow Feeder Cat Toy, 0.5-cup

Rated 3.9825 out of 5 stars
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About This Item


  • A challenging feeder that stimulates your cat during mealtime while slowing her eating
  • Simply fill the center compartment with food or treats and it will automatically be dispersed into different tunnels where it must be teased out
  • Rewards your cat for correctly opening various compartments as they explore
  • Non-slip rubber feet keep feeder in place during mealtime
  • Dishwasher safe for easy cleaning

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Questions & Answers

17 Customer Questions

I have two cats and they both eat faster than I have food or money. Will one feeder be enough for them?
Answer by ChewyDec 24, 2017
The tunnel feeder can be used for more than one cat.

Is this product BPA free?
Answer by ChewyNov 02, 2017
All TRIXIE Strategy Games are BPA tested and BPA free.

Does it work for declared cats? We inherited one who eats way too much and too fast.
Answer by ChewyOct 15, 2017
This product is perfect for declawed cats. It's a challenging feeder that stimulates your cat during mealtime while slowing her eating.

How would your cat get more of the food to come down themselves when you're not around? Does it need to be set a certain way?
Answer by ChewyAug 25, 2018
The hole size on the underside of the bowl may be adjusted as needed. Just twist the cone to make the opening smaller or bigger.

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Rated 3.9825 out of 5 stars
285 Ratings
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284 Customer Reviews

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By CatLover on May 24, 2023

Not Sure How to Rate It

This was recommended by my vet to slow down her eating. I thought it would be great and keep my cats amused. It hasn't worked out. I'm not sure if I should have done something to get them interested in it. Therefore, I don't feel that I can give fair rating.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Charlotte on Mar 27, 2023

Waste of Money

Other cats might use this but our two cats would not. We were trying to slow down their feeding habits and bought this at the recommendation of out vet. They just plucked a few bites out of it and then would howl for food. We tried it for two weeks, one feeding per day (the other feeding they just got their bowls) and just ignored their howling but it got to be too much.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Susan on Jan 30, 2023

Good product with modifications

I also have a Scarf and Barf kitty, and this dish works well to prevent vomiting after eating. My vet suggested that I get this feeding dish to reduce the speed with which my kitty consumes his food, as she thinks his speedy eating is causing his vomiting. Like other buyers, I found modifications needed to be made: 1) My cat will not use the round portals, only the tunnel feeders. His head is too large to get to the food at the bottom of the round portals. So, the central food storage bin is of no use, as dry food put into the central bin goes into ALL the available outlets, both round and tunnel shaped. 2) My cat was a homeless stray for two years before we adopted him. So, he also has food anxiety, as he spent many hours searching for food to fill his hungry tummy. Thus, he does not stop eating if food is available. Again, the central storage bin when used to hold multiple meal feedings does not work for us, as my kitty would simply continue eating as long as food fell into the available outlets, getting very overweight. I have solved the above two dilemmas by simply putting his AM (or PM) dry cat chow meal in a measuring cup, and carefully pouring it into the tunnel feeders. I skip the round portals because they are not useful for us. It takes a little bit of patience to not spill the dry cat chow as you place it into the tunnel feeders. Obviously, I get to do this twice a day?once for the AM meal, and once for the PM meal. While this feeder does not save me the task of manually giving my cat food twice a day, it does help prevent his vomiting immediately after he eats. He does still vomit occasionally, but far less so than with any other method of eating his meals.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Couplecats on Jan 7, 2023

works as intended

To start, this works for our cats exactly as intended. They’re getting some stimulation and work out of their dinner, and since they’ve stopped scarfing it in one mouthful we’ve had no issues with them eating too much at once and getting sick. Couple of things I wish were better: I wish the tray outside the tubes was bigger. As it stands, when they reach a paw in to scoop food out, it spills off the tray and onto the floor. Second, the food holding container is very small, our two cats aren’t big and they finish it in two days. Seems to be well-built and as I said, working quite well for what we bought it.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By CatMom on Jan 7, 2023

Used for cat activity enrichment not a feeder

I bought this to slow down one cat from overeating. He quickly mastered sticking his paw in the tunnels and getting the food out but also mastered removing the lid which is not a tight fit. I switched to an automatic feeder for him instead. I now use this as an enrichment toy by putting a few dry food pellets in it and he will happily spend 15 minutes getting them out. And in fact asks me to do it each morning and evening as he enjoys it. So gave it 3 stars for that reason but wouldn't recommend it as a slow feeder.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Mommom on Feb 21, 2023

Best Feeder

Our cat was throwing up constantly from eating too fast or overeating. After Much research we chose this feature and hope that it worked,and it did! Pumpkin loves it and she has almost completely stopped throwing up.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By OneWhiteWhisker on Jan 30, 2023

Good, but...

I have four cats, one will scarf and barf. This works well to keep her from throwing up immediately after she eats. I have found that the tunnels do not refill from the main supply when they're empty though.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Miah on Oct 30, 2022

A year and a half later...

It's been about a year and a half since we purchased this so we have definitely gotten great use out of it as a daily feeder and it worked overall to slow the cats down. That said a few things to consider: - Central storage bottom opening is too large so dry food just goes straight through to fill the tray so it ends up being just an open feeder. We fixed this issue by adding a couple small rocks to act as an additional block. Since they're loose they move around as the cats try eating letting a few pieces of food through at a time. - Lid is super hard to remove/place. It's kind of a screw on but really only snaps because it's too thin. - Lid sides broke. This is the reason I'm writing now. The lid finally snapped on the edge so it's not going to work much longer. It was just too thin of an edge and the tight fit of hard plastic isn't flexible enough for continual use. Without a lid the point of the slow feeder is moot since the cats can just get to the food directly. All of that to say while we got good use out of this slow feeder after a few finagled adjustments it didn't last nearly as long as it should without other interventions.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Cinda on Nov 17, 2022

Good interactive/slow eating

My cat liked the interactive toy/feeder. It helped him eat slower. He liked digging around in the "mouse holes" for his food. Entertaining for both him and me. 2 problems...1)It's promoted as non skid, but my cat easily scooted it across wood floors 2)The lid on top to load food is very, very difficult to get off. Tried prying with screwdriver but was afraid I would break it. It needs to screw off or have a tab to grab onto. I've been putting a flat ribbon in to help pull it off. Still hard tho.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Eliz on Oct 31, 2022

I like this one

I've tried a couple other of these feeding puzzle toys (a mouse and a ball), but this one seems to better require my cats to actually have to work a little bit. One of my cats was slower to figure it out, but when he didn't have to compete with his faster, more aggressive companion, he got all the treats. It's sturdy enough not to topple over, and a small rug underneath stopped the cats from pushing the whole thing around during their efforts. I'm glad I took a chance on this one.