TRIXIE Brain Mover Activity Strategy Game Cat Toy

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  • Interactive cat toy requires your cat to use patience and concentration to get to the treats you hide inside.
  • Includes four different modules to challenge their curiosity and intelligence.
  • Game one is pushing away the balls, and game two is moving the sliders with his paws.
  • Game three is moving the lever to open the drawers, and game four is tugging the drawer open using the loop.
  • Made from kitty and dishwasher-safe rubber and plastic; measures 6.5” long x 7.75” diameter x 3.5” high.

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Is this best used on hard floors or carpet? I can imagine it could slip and slide around.
Answer by ChewyNov 17, 2017
This product has four bottom rubber stoppers to prevent it from sliding on hard wood floors. It's made to be used on any floor surface.

I have Persians so their faces are flat. Is this toy appropriate?
Answer by ChewyApr 11, 2018
This product is perfect for all cat breeds.

What trests fit this toy?
Answer by ChewyMar 04, 2021
Pet parents have reported using kibble, training treats or breaking larger biscuits into smaller pieces to keep your pet entertained and challenged.

Is it as difficult to clean as it looks?
Answer by ChewyDec 26, 2019
This cat toy is dishwasher safe and should be easy to clean.


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353 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Ollie on May 25, 2022

Puzzle toy is challenging enough even for smart cats.

Ollie figured out all means of accessing treats within two weeks, had to be reminded couple of times how to use lever to move squares. His paws are big, therefore he can't get entire paw into lower treat holes.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Lola60 on Apr 13, 2022

I'm sure it's fine

It's a really cool toy. Unfortunately, Isla isn't food-motivated enough to use it. When my daughter shows her how to use it, she eats the treat then walks away :-) She is not food-motivated enough to want to work for her treats. In fact, she couldn't care less. I'm sure this great mind game would work well for food-motivated cats. I gave it 5 stars anyway.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Anonymouse on Mar 25, 2022

Treats get stuck

My cat enjoys scooping treats out from the top level of this puzzle, but when treats placed under the sliding level get stuck in the spaced between levels. He then gets frustrated, as do I. So the lower level would work for larger treats, but not for the Fruitables treats which my cat loves. I’ve only had this toy for a couple of weeks, and have not been able to get my cat to try the more difficult parts of the puzzle, and I think it’s partly because the treats have been getting stuck.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Lizz on Apr 6, 2022

Tough puzzle for cats

I have 2 that have figured out two of the treat hiding places (out of 8). The other 2 cats haven't figured out any of it. One downside, the compartments are not closed to the bottom and the treats can slide under the hiding places and get stuck. The cats can't get them out. I have trouble getting them out too. Good toy for very smart cats


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By MangoNBash on Apr 3, 2022

My cat is a genius! lol

I needed something to keep Mango entertained while I was feeding the old man (Bash) his dietary supplements. Mango loves to open cabinets ( once he even turned on the stove !!!), so I thought a puzzle might be the thing to keep him occupied. He loves it! I may have to buy him a Rubik’s cube or a chess board next! lol. You should know that larger hard cat treats should only be used. Smaller crunchy treats and soft treats can get stuck in the tiles slide tracks. Crunchy Feline Greenies work well and they don’t get stuck.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By CatMom on Mar 23, 2022

Fun And Engaging Toy

This is a fun toy. It really requires some thought to figure out, especially the right side and bottom openings. The only slight drawback is that the round balls used as place fillers are SO fun to move, they have been swatted all over the house and are now missing under some piece of furniture. On the other hand, my cats had fun!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By MelMel on Feb 19, 2022

Perfect Enrichment and Stimulation For All Ages

I have two, male Maine Coon Cats. They're double or triple the size of most cats at 25 pounds, 4 feet long, and 15 inches tall with serious murder mittens. I needed more stimulation for them because they were displaying behavior that's common with boredom (e.g., chewing, attacking, scratching things they shouldn't, moaning, etc.) and I realized they needed more enrichment. So, I purchased a bunch of enrichment toys like this one. My Maine Coons love this game! It took one of them a few weeks to solve all the games, but he still loves solving the puzzle 1 or 2 times a day. They are pretty rough with the toy, but it doesn't break or chip or decline in quality. It's 2 years old and still going strong. It's super easy to clean - I rinse it and pop it in the dishwasher every 2 weeks. I've noticed a significant difference in their behavior now that we have a lot of enrichment options for them. This toy is A+.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By CatDad on Jan 25, 2022

Great for Treats

This is definitely a "harder" puzzle toy for my cat. She's very food-motivated, but I'm not able to set it and leave her - she'll ultimately give up. Rather, I need to be there with her, pointing and showing and encouraging, even after she has done it many times. Pushing the ball off is the easiest. She can also do the string pull and (sometimes) move the slots. She has not yet been able to pull the lever; she keeps pulling it in the wrong direction. Also, it's worth noting that this toy only works for treats. It's not big enough for a full meal of kibble in my opinion. But it's a fun challenge and a nice way to bond with your cat by helping them solve the puzzles.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By PrincessCaden on Mar 21, 2022

Good product, but.... some issues.

Hi! I'm Princess Caden, and my humans got this for me, cus they say I'm too smart for my own good. Humommy chose this one for my first ever treat puzzle, and boy oh boy... treats are YUM! I've already "lost" the two ball covers - I'm really good at hiding stuff. I do love this treat puzzle, though! While it has a bit of grip on the feet, it still moves on smooth floors if I get too determined! I think its cus I'm super-strong! Another thing... my humommy won't put treats in the bottom cups, cus I always shove them right into the tiny gap of the upper level tracks, and then she has to dig them out! They're soft treats, cus I refuse hard ones, and I smoosh them in there REALLY good! I've learned the drawer pull, but that LEVER! Humommy has to position everything JUST RIGHT, cus even my super strength cannot get that lever to budge! Humommy says it get "hung up" or "stuck" right when it's supposed to eject that drawer, and she gets it JUST PAST that spot, so the drawer is a tiny bit open, and when I then use the lever, it works! Yay! Humommy says hard treats might do better, but I say "yuck!", Humommy got annoyed at how hard the lever system is even for her, but like any good humommy/servant, she of course found a way for it to work for me. I don't mind the puzzle scooting across the floor, cus I like to feel super strong, even if both humans wince at the sound sometimes. For a curious, super smart, and food-motivated kitty like myself, this puzzle toy is great! By the way, humommy wants me to say, "It's pretty strong plastic, and I've dropped it a couple times with no issues. Caden lost the two caps within the first week - little stinker waltzed off with the second one in her mouth while I was on a call I couldn't step away from. I do recommend hard treats or dry kibble instead of the soft ones. However, if your kitty refuses to eat the hard ones, just invest in a pair of tweezers to pull the mangled treats out of areas they get trapped in." Princess Caden's score: 4.5 out of 5. Humommy's score: 4 out of 5.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By cenmad on Jan 14, 2022

What a great toy

Our two, 2-year-old cats have gotten bored with the Cat Amazing Cat Puzzle box, which held their attention fairly well for a year or so (using it a couple of times/month). They've worked out how to open kitchen and desk drawers on their own, so I figured this would be a good toy for them to explore. Yes! One of them figured out the string pull drawer on his first attempt, and the other figured out all the other sliders. The balls presented a non-challenge, though - they were swatted aside with disdain instantly. Much better to put them in the wells, so they're a little harder to move. I'm also planning to make some things multi-step challenges, like move the ball in the well, then slide the slider. I wish it came in a more advanced version, but as an occasional enrichment toy, this one is great. Good build quality, too, so I expect it to last. One note: small, flatter treats like Temptations can get stuck in the sliding tracks. Better to use something a little fatter, that the cats can tease out without getting frustrated. We're using Vital Essentials Mini Nibs, and they're about perfect (strong smell, too, so they're more tempting).