Channel your cat’s curiosity and intelligence into the Trixie Brain Mover Interactive Cat Toy. Created by a cat expert, this toy is designed to hold treats, and your cat will have to figure out how to get to them. There’s four different modules, which include pushing away the balls, moving sliders, drawer knobs, and loops—and each one leads to the tasty reward that you’ll hide inside. This game requires patience and concentration, making it an excellent outlet to expend energy in a positive way.
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.
Cats did not like it very much and they usually love all their new toys. It is a little noisy, the lever and the pullout part get stuck when not aligned just perfectly and the circles are too small for their faces and even paws. I did not like that treats can fall inside the toy and get stuck in there. Interesting idea but did not work for us.
Great for my Orange Boi!
on Dec 1, 2021
I have a puzzle rotation and this is one of my favorites to give him cause it'll keep him busy long enough for me to clean, run an errand, or get through a meeting.
After not seeing it for a month it takes him some time but by the end of 30 days he's gotten too used to it for it to be challenging anymore. So away it goes until next month.
Trixie Brain Mover
on Nov 21, 2021
Sam initially resisted in my presence to learn the process involved in this game. I continued to review with him however. One day, I set it up with his treats, put it out for him without any support, and was very pleased to find he had been learning all along and was finding the treats on his own!
When I go on errands I will often set this up for him to keep him busy.
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on Oct 31, 2021
My little genius crushed the cardboard box puzzle in one day by flipping the entire box over. She’s highly food driven so I thought she’d crush this one too. Two weeks later and she aces it only if I open the compartment enough for her to get a better sniff of the treat inside. When the treats are gone she longingly stares at the puzzle waiting for more to magically appear.
my kitty cat loves this!
on Nov 3, 2021
I love this feeder!! My cat used to be an outdoor cat and then was rescued before I adopted her. Inside life just hasn’t seemed to make her as happy. I got her this puzzle feeder along with other enrichment feeders and she LOVES it!! It’s so cute watching her move all the parts and get the snacks! I use hills science diet adult cat food with it and it works perfectly!
Not Too Difficult for a Smart Cat
on Sep 29, 2021
This is the second food-activity-puzzle thing we've got for our 5 cats. The 4 older cats don't pay any attention to this but our 2 yr. old Tortie went right for it. The first puzzle we had was one of those that have just slider sections, which Millie figured out in a flash. So we thought this would be a challenge for her. Took her less than 5 minutes to have the whole thing emptied the first time. And she hasn't got bored with it, we load it every couple of days.
We feed raw and fill this with dry kibble bits, which our cats think is a real treat. So that motivates Millie to work this puzzle for every last nummy. But not the older cats. But Millie is much more inquisitive than they areThis is the second food-activity-puzzle thing we've got for our 5 cats. The 4 older cats don't pay any attention to this but our 2 yr. old Tortie went right for it. The first puzzle we had was one of those that have just slider sections, which Millie figured out in a flash. So we thought this would be a challenge for her. Took her less than 5 minutes to have the whole thing emptied the first time. And she hasn't got bored with it, we load it every couple of days.
We feed raw and fill this with dry kibble bits, which our cats think is a real treat. So that motivates Millie to work this puzzle for every last nummy. But not the older cats. But Millie is much more inquisitive than they are. You know your cat, if your cat is into everything, I think it's worth getting. Probably even if you've never tried an easier puzzle. This has easy and hard ways to get the treats.… more
It's almost perfect
on Oct 26, 2021
Aria loved learning how to do this puzzle. The only notes I have are the lever puzzle I had to add something my cat could grip to the top, because nothings there to make them interested in it. Also the hole that shows into the drawer puzzle shouldn't be there, I taped it off with some cardboard.
Engaging for any food motivated kitty!
on Oct 10, 2021
My tubby little super chonk seems to love trying to get the treats out of this. After about a month of skillful manuvering, he's gotten clever enough that he just flips the entire thing over multiple times in order to get the treats out. Still a much more stimulating way to get treats than just eating them off the floor!
Love this feeder!!
on Sep 28, 2021
I have very crafty kitty that was also eating too fast for awhile. She loves to open drawers, cabinets, doors for fun, this was the perfect slow feeder for her. It took a couple weeks getting her used to hunting for her kibble or treats but she knows exactly what it's for now & waits by it to get treats.
No more upset stomachs after eating and it's something she gets to burn that mischievous energy out on with a reward. I wish there were more cat versions!
She’s not a fan
on Sep 5, 2021
This puzzle toy is not a hit with our cat. She loves the ladybug puzzle toy and the Trixie fun board but this was not a hit. The drawer/ lever that holds the treats take a pretty good amount of force to pull open and the same to push the lever drawer open. They are fine once they are part way open but the initial opening of the drawer/ lever take more force then my cat can usually open. She also just really does not seem to like/ enjoy this one as much.