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Catit Senses 2.0 Digger for Cats
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- Features multiple tubes that stimulate natural pawing behavior in a fun manner
- For use with kibble and treats
- Compatible with other Catit Senses 2.0 products
- The tubes have rounded ends and are easy to disassemble and clean
- Activate your cat's senses with the new Senses 2.0! This product activates TOUCH SIGHT SMELL TASTE
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Smart toy that stimulates your cat to hunt for its food
The Catit Senses 2.0 Digger encourages cats to work for their food in a fun manner. Its smart design plays on a cat’s instincts to paw out smaller portions of food, which stimulates activity and reduces binge eating.
Narrow and wide tubes
Insert kibble or treats into the various tubes for your cat to smell and paw out!
The product includes 3 short, narrow tubes and 2 long, wide tubes so you can change between difficulty levels.
Stable base with sloped surface
The Senses 2.0 Digger has a sloped surface that collects stray pellets and prevents spillage. To stimulate your cat to play, simply add a bit of kibble in the bowl on front and watch your cat search for the rest.
Stimulates your cat’s senses!
The Catit Senses 2.0 series stimulates your cat physically and mentally. We use all of our senses every day and it is important for our cats 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.
Easy to clean
The tubes have rounded edges, making them easy to clean. The Digger can be fully disassembled and hand-washed with natural soap (free of abrasive materials). Rinse thoroughly.
The Catit Senses 2.0 Digger encourages cats to work for their food/treats in a fun and natural manner. As cats are true hunters, they need to be able to search and locate food in different locations around the house. The Senses 2.0 Digger incorporates this idea as part of the Senses 2.0 vision, with a smart design that activates your cat's natural pawing behavior during playtime. Hiding kibble or treats in the Digger's multiple tubes plays on a cat's instincts to sniff and paw out smaller portions of food, which stimulates activity and reduces binge eating. The Senses 2.0 Digger includes 3 short, narrow tubes, 2 long, wide tubes, a stable base and a rubber mat to lock the product in place. The tubes have rounded ends, making them easy to use and clean. To keep your cat interested, you need to change their toy set-up often. Catit Senses 2.0 is the only cat toy series that allows you to create new and exciting setups for your cat, quickly and easily! Each toy was designed to activate and stimulate your cat's unique senses, all in one fresh, green style to match any home interior, no matter the arrangement. The Senses 2.0 Digger is great individually or in combination with other Catit Senses 2.0 products.
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The green tubes have closed rounded bottoms, so her claws don't snag, and the white base is smoothly contoured to catch the food when she fishes some out. There is a rubber mat that comes with it, that I suppose is to hold the feeder in place. I am including a video so that you can see how it works.
We have two cats, one ravenous eater (due to medications) and one occasional browser. I was hoping that this gadget would allow us to leave dry food out for our browser, who is younger and more active, without having the gobbler eat it all up quickly.
When we put their regular dry food in it, the cats sniffed it for a while, then walked away. We tried putting a few treats in the tubes, but they couldn't figure it out. The gobbler tried licking inside the tubes, then lost interest. We even tried poking each kitty's paw into the wells, but of course their reaction is that this is a form of assault, and they fled for their safety.
Two things helped. 1) One other reviewer mentioned removing the tubes, and just using the "wells" that are formed into the base to get them started. This helped a lot because the cats can see the food inside the hole.
2) Give the kitties more incentive: put some treats that they really like in the wells.
After this they became more motivated, and the fun began. First our younger browser figured out the trick. He would fish out a treat by whisking his paw down into the hole, and the treat would fly up. More often than not it would land in a different well. Sometimes it would fall on the floor, and then he'd get his reward.
Our gobbler saw him being successful, and would sit nearby and shamelessly poach anything that landed within darting range. Eventually Mr. gobbler figured out the rules and began fishing out his own goodies. He figured out how to cup his paw to bring a kibble up to his mouth, and didn't have to share. So the food supply began vanishing quickly.
Now we've tried inserting the inner cups, starting with the larger two. Mr. gobbler has gotten the hang of those as well. So we may not have solved the problem for our occasional browser, but we are being entertained. And Mr. gobbler seems to want all of his food served in the new toy.
I saw this for sale and had to buy it...he loves it and cries when the cups are empty...he's had it for three days. I called him over, dropped some food in the cups and told him to scoop the food out. Zero learning cure. A quick sniff then all hands in.
Great idea, well made.