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

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

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    Foster Kittens love it

    By hailes on Sep 28, 2021

    Once our foster kittens were old enough to start eating dry kitten kibble along with their wet food, we began using this mid-day as a way to give them some brain stimulation, and they love it! We just put a few pieces of kibble in each slot (we don’t use the top bowl portion since they eat such a tiny Once our foster kittens were old enough to start eating dry kitten kibble along with their wet food, we began using this mid-day as a way to give them some brain stimulation, and they love it! We just put a few pieces of kibble in each slot (we don’t use the top bowl portion since they eat such a tiny amount) and it keeps them entertained while “hunting” all the pieces out :) I use a bottle brush to scrub it out, but it is also super easy to submerge in the sink and wash out, then I just flip it upside down on a towel overnight to dry. Easy peasy. … more

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    Interesting but didn't work for my cats

    By VBpets on May 22, 2021

    I tried this as a way to help my food obsessed cat slow down a bit on her food and maybe have some fun in the process. She and the other cats weren't a fan of this and just waited until I filled their bowl. Although they can put in their paws to flick out the food, there isn't really enough room for I tried this as a way to help my food obsessed cat slow down a bit on her food and maybe have some fun in the process. She and the other cats weren't a fan of this and just waited until I filled their bowl. Although they can put in their paws to flick out the food, there isn't really enough room for them to eat it after they get it into the little round area around the edges. They end up pressing their little faces against the tunnel edges trying to get the pieces they retrieved (or knocking the food out on the table or floor to eat and make a mess). It is also a pain to clean since the bottom doesn't come off so you can clean inside the little tunnels. So while it is an interesting idea, I think it still needs some work, especially for the high price. Fortunately, Chewy was great about giving me a refund, so it could be worth a try to see if it's a good fit for your cats. … more

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