Trixie has a pretty good track record and several of their 'dog' puzzles work well for cats. This is at least 3 different games with 3 levels of effort, which is a nice feature. Plus, it all snaps together, requiring no mini-screws. My guy loves it as a at-work kibble feeder with a couple of treat cups. Good!
My cat spends a good amount of time happily engaged with this toy. A+
I followed the recommendation with this item and sat near her while I loaded up Sweetie Pie's new toy. Of course, when she saw treats,she came running. She watched carefully as I put the treats in the various areas. I also bought some squeezable food for the trough. We didn't use the cups as treat launchers, but she had a great time maneuvering the ping pong balls for those treats! She must have done 2 or 3 circles around the puzzle before she got to finding everything. She already has another puzzle toy, but she isn't very challenged by it. Now I have the two and can alternate for more excitement for her. Today, she seemed to appreciate me praising her for figuring these things out. I certainly felt like I made a great choice!
The fur balls are taking treats from it, and sometimes playing with the balls in the large section. Neither has tried getting anything from the baskets on the poles. Both are able to enjoy it.
My cat eats from the top tray, pulling a little at a time with her paw, which often goes to the bottom tray, so she gets to do it again. She is curious about the flexible cups and has activated them a couple of times.
Cute toy. The cats liked to play with the ping pongs, as others said - you just have to put them back with each feeding, so they can 'forage'. I put other toys in there if I can't find them all. One of the tall things broke off and the other broke on the bottom (so it slides around), which is why I'm giving 4 stars. But we've had this about a year and its still kicking and interesting for our kitties!
This toy was too simple for my cats to figure out. Within 5 minutes, all the treats had been consumed. Don't get me wrong, it is a good interactive toy
My two young ones (1 year and 2 years) love playing with this. I would recommend it for cats who are energetic and food-driven. We have the other Trixie puzzles too, and they're all great.