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PetSafe FUNKitty Egg Cersizer Interactive Toy and Food Dispenser
- Treat or food-dispensing toy that encourages playtime using your pet's natural instincts
- Combines exercize with feeding to control aid in weight-loss
- Adjustable openings increase or decrease the challenge for your pet
- Improves pet's digestion by feeding several small portions
- Dishwasher safe, top rack only
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At PetSafe Brand, we are passionate about creating innovative behavioral, containment and lifestyle product solutions to give you more great moments with your pets.
About the PetSafe Funkitty Egg-Cersizer
The PetSafe Funkitty line of toys is designed to randomly dispense treat or kibble keeping cats of all ages engaged and active. The screw closure on the toys is adjustable to determine how quickly treats are dispensed. They're irresistible with catnip too!
- Open 1, 2 or 3 holes to customize to your cat's needs
- Adjustable on the outside for easy use
- Treat Meter which allows for treat distribution from all angles
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The Funkitty line of toys is designed to randomly dispense treat or kibble keeping cats of all ages engaged and active. The screw closure on the toys is adjustable to determine how quickly treats are dispensed. They're irresistible with catnip too!
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DirectionsThe Funkitty Egg-Cersizer by Premier is a dispensing ball toy that can be adjusted on the outside! Open 1, 2, or 3 holes to customize the toy to your cat's liking, The Egg-Cersizer can be fill with crunchy or soft treats which will then roll while your kitty goes wild! This Toy measures approximately 4"H x 3"D.
Top customer reviews
I have three eggs. I put each egg in a separate dog bowl, they roll it around but it stays within the bowl. No searching under furniture for the egg.
It is great that they are adjustable, start it out easy, with all the holes open until they get the hang of it. Then make it harder.
I've seen some concerns that they are fragile. Yes, I have broken acouple. But I have been using them for a couple years. And heck, they are 6bucks, I replace it.
Well worth it.
We bought this toy/exercise machine about three months ago when our vet said our cat needed to lose about 30% of his body weight. Yes, he is (<--is, not was) that fat. But it was our fault, so we were determined to fix it.
He started eating more when his only sibling, an 11-year-old Australian shepherd, got cancer and started getting sick. We knew the dog was in his final months and was having trouble keeping food down. So, for the most part, if he wanted to eat something, he got it, just in small doses. Donuts, ice cream, bacon, hamburgers, cat treats, dog treats, whatever he wanted and could keep down, he could have at least a few bites. And since the dog was getting whatever he wanted, the cat thought those rules applied to him too. He didn't get the variety the dog got but he attempted to keep up in the quantity column.
Fast forward three months and the dog has passed away, we were all eating our feelings and so again the cat couldn't be left out of the mix. Fast forward another three months and it's now time for a round of shots for the cat. Although he's always been chubby, the vet said his added weight and age together could lead to some real problems soon and therefore recommended he lose 5 lbs.
We purchased this (and several other treat/food dispensing toys). We followed the instructions that came with it for how to slowly introduce the toy to the cat and he seemed to be falling right in line ... until it came time for him to actually have to move the toy and himself to get any food. He gave up eating for two days to the point we had to make a return trip to the vet to make sure he wasn't sick. Big surprise: he wasn't sick, just lazy.
The vet gave us a few other ideas but said the 3 pounds he had lost (most of which came from starving himself) was good enough. But to continue to try to get him to use the toys that make him work for his meal and to try to get him to play with other toys. (He's not a fan of those either if it means he has to move around.)
Now, he has an 18-month-old American Pit Bull brother who doesn't let him sit in any one place for long. :-) The new dog has a similar toy. Now that his brother uses the toy for all of his meals, the cat has started to show some interest in his Egg-Cersizer but only when his humans are sleeping or not at home. I'll get his little fat butt moving eventually. :-D
TL;DR: Our fat, depressed cat didn't want to have to work for his meal so he starved himself to lose the recommended weight. Now that he isn't so depressed/lonely and wants to be cool like his new doggie brother, he has SLOWLY started to use this toy.
Fast forward about 6 months, and I decided to give it another go on a whim. It had happened to be longer than usual since I fed her, so perhaps she was desperate, but I barely set the thing on the floor before she was all over it. Almost as if she knew how it worked all along but was just annoyed at me for introducing it...
Fast forward another year and a half or so and I'm buying my second one after the first one cracked, having packed it in my suitcase during a move. My cat has now additionally learned the trick of a pointer dog, running ahead of me to the kitchen every morning to point it out to me to refill it for her daily breakfast. I cannot completely vouch for its effectiveness as a weight loss tool as my cat went on a diet at about the same time she started using this (so she has lost weight, I just can't determine how much was due to this product), but it certainly can't hurt!