Trixie Cat Activity Strategy Game Tunnel Feeder challenges your cat during mealtime while slowing her eating—which can contribute to better digestion and nutrient absorption. Simply fill the center compartment with food or treats and it will automatically disperse into different tunnels where it must be teased out. The non-slip rubber rim keeps the feeder in place as your cat eats and explores. Trixie Cat Activity Strategy Game Tunnel Feeder is dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.
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
†Capacity is calculated by total volume. When using container, choose a capacity greater than what you need to prevent overfilling and spills.
Non-Skid, Dishwasher-Safe, BPA-Free, Lead-Free, Tip-Resistant, Portion Control
Screw open the lid of the food compartment.
Turn the adjustable pin all the way to the top.
Fill the compartment completely with dry cat food.
Hold the Tunnel Feeder sideways in a horizontal position. Turn the adjustable pin back downwards so far that the storage areas for the 3 tunnels and the 3 tubes are filled and no more food crumbs are trickling down.
Place the Tunnel Feeder at the desired location.
Refill the food storage compartment completely with food again and close the lid. The cat can now pry the food out of the tubes with its paws and feed at its own chosen pace through active exercise.
Tip: Should a piece of food get jammed in the food storage compartment, twist the pin as far down as is necessary to clear the jam.
My one cat has a problem with regurgitating her food when she eats too fast. I was hoping this would help, as well as be fun for both my cats to use. Unfortunately, the one I was trying to slow down was a little too good at retrieving the food from this, and still had issues with regurgitation. I ended up just elevating her food dish and adding quite a bit of water to her dry food, and it seems to be working. I'll give the slow feeder to my father for his kitten, who I'm sure will like it. All in all, a great product, just not working for my girls.
It slows them down
on Jan 15, 2021
I have one overeater and one who eats super slow. We had problems with food stealing and weight gain. This toy has helped even them out. They can still graze all day, but they have to work for their food. They're eating less overall but they don't bother me all day for treats. One toy is shared by both
Noisy but exciting
on Dec 29, 2020
Our cat, Curry wakes up at 5 am asking for food. We just leave a few kibbles in this and now he runs to this instead. Only issue is he pushes the kibbles around which can be super noisy. It isn’t hard to miss when he’s eating. But otherwise it also helps him be a little more active while eating instead of just eating it all at once.
Waste of money
on Jan 3, 2021
This has been a disaster since the beginning. My Cats just pull it all out & throw it all over the floor. The lid is extremely hard to screw back on & they manage to flip it off anyway. Constantly dry food all over the floor that we're cleaning up all the time.
Chunky cat, less chunky!
on Nov 24, 2020
I bought this for my chonk of a cat. She literally inhales her food like she's never eaten before, but it's entirely obvious that she has eaten plenty in her life.
It has helped to slow her down TREMENDOUSLY and she treats it like a toy!! It took a few treats and some coaxing to get her to use it, but now that she does she eats much slower and eats less, and is getting to a healthier weight now :)
Good, but should make the lid a bit easier
on Dec 3, 2020
Surprised at how well it works as described. The lid could be better made, it's kind of hard to snap on. Unfortunately, my young cat is more interested in reaching for food in it than my overweight cat though, so that is a fail, lol, but that's just cats being cats. It is great for stretching out mealtime. Worth the price.
on Nov 30, 2020
Our veterinarian recommended a “puzzle feeder” for our overweight cats. He explained cats will often overeat out of sheer boredom. The feeder makes them actively work to get the food, slowing their eating and providing an interesting toy. They are vomiting less since it takes time to eat. Intake is down.
First feeder that has interested my cats
on Nov 20, 2020
I've tried DIY (treats in empty cardboard-based egg cartons) and smaller feeders before, they haven't loved those. This they dig! Although I don't use it as the only dry food feeder. I take a handful of dry food and some treats and distribute it in the canals and they like digging those out. I don't think dry food trickled from the top reservoir smoothly.
Slows one cat wayyy down
on Nov 27, 2020
One cat eats so fast he gets sick, he isn't real excited about this feeder. Slows him down so much he'll eat dog food instead. Our other cat loves it! She's pretty overweight and I've noticed she's enjoying the challenge!
Dumb toy, if possible.
on Dec 2, 2020
I haaaaaate it, my cat hates. It just sits there, taking up space. I try to hide food in it, she doesn't car. The video shows it moving so, I bought it. It doesn't move, I'm disappointed.