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Catit Design Senses Treat Maze

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  • Smart way to feed your cat and offer various levels of difficulty to challenge your cat's abilities
  • Side cut-outs: Cat moves the food through the maze by pawing at it through the side openings
  • Food tray: As the food moves through the maze, it collects in the food tray at the bottom of the maze
  • Varying levels of difficulty: rotating disc located inside the maze allows you to increase or decrease the openings for a more difficult challenge
  • Accu-Pressure Mat: provides pressure point paw massage
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 9.5 x 14 inches ; 2.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B004G9L1H2
  • Item model number: 50745
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (384 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,313 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Catit Senses

A full line of fun for your cat!

The Catit Senses Line was designed to incorporate all of your cat’s senses while he or she plays. The products in the Senses Line include the Catit Senses Massage Center, Scratch Pad Center, Play Circuit, Speed Circuit, Food & Treat Center and Grass Garden Center. The products have the ability to be used alone or interconnect to build your cat a compact play center or an entire entertainment playground. The possibilities are endless; add as many Play Circuits or Speed Tracks to connect as many or as few Senses Centers as you wish. The Catit Senses toys are easy to assemble and disassemble allowing you to create a variety of play areas for your cat.

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Each of the toys targets different senses of your cat, but when combined it becomes a collection of innovative cat products designed to enrich a cat's life by stimulating all of his or her senses. Building your cat a complete Catit Senses entertainment center is even a great way to help occupy your cat when you might be away on a trip for a day or two!

The Catit Senses Circuits are the key components of any play set design. Add as many Circuits as you wish wrapping them around each of the play centers. Each play center comes with a nonskid mat that provides stability. As you design your Senses playground try wrapping the play centers with Circuits, this provides additional stability for those times of rough play.

The Catit Senses Line works together to form the ultimate play experience for your cat. Whether used alone or all together, with the Catit Senses Line you are helping your cat develop physically and mentally. We use all of our senses every day and it is important for your cat to do the same. Exploring their senses will provide them with the ability to reach their full potential and live a long and healthy life. The Catit Senses Products are each backed by a limited warranty.

Catit Senses Play Circuit

The Catit Design Senses Play Circuit incorporates sight, sound and touch and is specially designed to entice, engage and entertain a cat while appealing to his natural hunting instincts. Designed with a curved and Peek-a-Boo track design, the Play Circuit allows your cat to see, chase and swat the ball. The gray and green swirled ball also entices your cat and helps promote chasing.

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Catit Senses Speed Circuit

The Catit Senses Speed Circuit provides endless opportunities for your cat to chase around an illuminated ball and get all the exercise that it needs. The Speed Circuit sends your cat all around trying to get its paws on the ball and provides it with lots of energy. The track can be redesigned any way you like and with individual tracks sold separately, you can make your Speed Circuit as big as you would like! If you constantly change the speed circuits design, you are helping stimulate your cat’s mind.

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Catit Senses Massage Center

After a hard day of napping, eating and playing, provide your cats with an oasis of calm and relaxation with the Catit Design Senses Massage Center. With a variety of sculpted textures and surfaces, it provides a cat with the ultimate pampering and massage experience. Catnip can be added to heighten the sensory experience. The Massage Center is the ideal way for your cat to scratch its own back for those spots that its owner might miss. It is the ideal “day at the spa” type toy for your cat.

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Catit Senses Scratch Pad

The Catit Senses Scratch Pad appeals to your cat's sense of touch, providing the scratching surface he instinctively needs. The pad's unique, extra thick design has cut-outs in which catnip or treats can be added for multi-sensory appeal and which offer a fun "hunt and play" element. You can buy additional cutouts for your scratch pad which come in different designs and colors, so you can constantly stimulate your cats mind.

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Catit Senses Food Maze

The Catit Senses Food Maze is a sure way to feed your cat and stimulate its mind at the same time. Gone are the days where your cat doesn’t have to work for its food! The Food Maze teaches your cat that if its wants a treat, it will have to work for it. The maze helps promote activity and helps develop your cat’s brain. If your cat isn’t hungry, it won’t want to work for its food, so the Food Maze is a great way to help with over-feeding and obesity issues. Education with Rewards combines with the Catit Senses Food Maze.

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Catit Senses Grass Garden

Not all cats are meant to go outside and explore the grounds around them. This is where the Catit Senses Grass Garden plays an important role in your cat’s life. The Grass Garden brings the outside world inside to your cat. Grass is a natural source of fiber, and has been known to aid cat's digestion and help prevent hairball build-ups. With the Catit Grass Garden you are allowing your cat to have a proper area to explore nature. If you live in an area that is a dessert or winter climate where grass doesn’t flourish then the Catit Grass Garden is an ideal way to prevent your cat from missing out on some important nutrients. Refill grass is available for year-long use (sold separately).

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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This treat maze is fun for cats but easily tipped over.
C. Sapp
Trying to eat treats or dry cat food put in this maze is more troublesome than any of my cats were willing to put up with.
Will purchase more of this product and would recommend it to EVERY cat owner.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

379 of 381 people found the following review helpful By DalessioLaura on February 16, 2012
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I became interested in this product because I have four indoor cats, and I worry about their eating habits since they don't play as much as they did when they were kittens. One cat was becoming increasingly overweight - the veterinarian said it was time for an intervention before his weight started negatively affecting his health. My other cat ate his food so quickly (even though it was left out all day) that he choked and threw it back up un-chewed. The other two cats just seemed bored. I was unable to transition to "feeding times" as opposed to ad libidem feeding because all the cats would yowl and yowl until I provided food, and my roommates threatened to move out if I couldn't shut the cats up. I thought this product would solve all of those issues, and it absolutely has.

I recognize that this product is described as a treat maze, but I have chosen to use it as my cat's main food bowl. I initially provided both the maze all day and a secondary traditional food bowl in the evening, but have since done away with the traditional food bowl all together because the maze is so successful.

Good Points:
- The overweight cat is steadily losing weight because he can't eat as easily as he used to. The product does slow consumption rate dramatically. I am noticing myself using less food to feed them all, and that correlates to lower food consumption all around. It also saves me some money because I'm not running through a bag of cat food every week.
- The cat who eats too fast and chokes can no longer do that. He has to work for each piece of food, and that has slowed his eating sufficiently to inhibit choking.
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237 of 241 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 15, 2011
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This is a good idea with at least a couple of design flaws.

The mat that appears under the food dispenser is actually a ring which is easily displaced.

When you put cat food in at the top it cascades down, this means that if you imagine a sand pile as you pour sand on top it slides down the edges until it builds up enough to make a wider, taller pile. This happens with the cat food until the food reaches the holes around the edge and then it falls down to the next level. This means that without intervention on my part there's a little pile of cat food in the center that just gets older and staler. Not a hard solution, before I pour food in at the top I knock the food off of that platform down to the middle platform which generally gets cleared off.

When you add more cat food, I add 1 cup at a time for four cats, it starts pinging down through the holes and tends to go flying off sideways into the carpet. Also not a biggie, you can vacuum up whatever the little scavengers don't get for themselves.

My cats are old, and you know what they say about teaching an old cat new tricks? oh...you say that was an old dog? trust me, it's hard teaching a young cat new tricks, just try to imagine teaching an Old Cat...ok, so I didn't try to teach them anything, I just figured they'd work it out. My cats are 18, 16 and 14 (2). My 16yo, Misty, does just what the designers intended, she sticks a paw in and knocks a piece down. She enjoys doing this. One of my 14yo cats, Shroom, takes a run at it and head butts the tower raining pieces (mostly) into the dispenser tray (see problems 1 & 2 at the top). Then everybody chows down on what he's provided.
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142 of 146 people found the following review helpful By K. L. Lawrence on July 30, 2011
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I bought this for my very clever and somewhat rotund Munchkin cat, Ember. She weighs eleven pounds, bear this in mind while reading. I set up the food maze, and placed a small handful of her favorite treats in it as the instruction manual describes. She spent all of two seconds figuring it out. I was worried that her short legs (she IS a Munchkin after all) would impede her, but I needn't have worried. The problem with the maze is twofold: the hole at the top is big enough for her head to fit in, and the maze is extremely lightweight. She stretched up and stuck her head down the hole in the center of the top of the maze, and chowed down. Some of the treats fell through the holes while she was eating...instead of pawing the treats out with her little feet, she instead grabbed the top of the maze and hauled on it, pulling it over. Once it was on it's side, she pushed it around to get the treats to fall out.

It took her literally one minute to get all of the treats out of the maze. And now that she knows how to "cheat" the maze, that's all she does...pull it over and spill the treats out. The mat under it does NOTHING to hold it in place.

If you have a cat that weighs more than five pounds, or a cat who is relatively smart, avoid this. They should have made a lid without a hole for the top, and maybe it'd work better if I duct taped it to the floor. I'm very dissatisfied with the product and will be giving it to a friend with smaller (though equally clever) cats to see how they fare with it.
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