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TRIXIE Brain Mover Activity Strategy Game Cat Toy

TRIXIE Brain Mover Activity Strategy Game Cat Toy

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    Great for Treats

    By CatDad on Jan 25, 2022

    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. 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. … more

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    Kibble/Treats get stuck too easily :(

    By Lizard on Dec 21, 2021

    My food-motivated cat took to this immediately and was enjoying the puzzle elements of it, but that quickly just turns to frustration whenever he pulls at any kibble or treats put in the lower sections and drags them into the slider grooves where they get stuck. I don't blame the device too much for My food-motivated cat took to this immediately and was enjoying the puzzle elements of it, but that quickly just turns to frustration whenever he pulls at any kibble or treats put in the lower sections and drags them into the slider grooves where they get stuck. I don't blame the device too much for that to happen to kibble, that's on me for putting something too small in there, but then we tried treats (We have the Blue Buffalo 'Bursts' treats which are not super tiny) and those got stuck just as easily. I had to pull them free with a toothpick each time. If you have larger treats/food (would need to be at least 1/4" all around maybe?) this would probably be a great puzzle toy! But I wouldn't recommend kibble or smaller treats unless your cats are toothpick-level dexterous. … more

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