PetSafe FUNKitty Egg Cersizer Interactive Toy and Food Dispenser
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- 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.
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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.
Importantly, the Egg has holes that can be adjusted to accommodate different kibble sizes. When I first introduced it, I left the holes big enough so the cats would get a treat fairly easily. Once they got the idea, I closed it enough so that it's more a variable ratio reward system. Sometimes they need to bat it several times to get a treat, sometimes a treat falls out right away. This works excellently for two of my cats, who have different methods: One pushes the egg with his nose, the other bats it around. My third cat is not as interested in working for food, although he'll steal someone else's treat. He'd probably do better with bigger holes, but that's not going to happen.
I purchased the Egg in May, and it's still going strong. Sometimes my greyhound takes it to his pile of toys, but he hasn't broken it (although a strong-jawed dog COULD break it with a good chomp). The cats use it all the time, on tile and carpet, so it seems like it's going to last.
Wow! It really works well. I love how adjustable it is and my cat mastered it rather quickly. As of this review I have it set on the hardest setting which is just one hole. My cat can still get all the kibble out with some effort as long as it doesn't get trapped under the sofa. (Take note it's not a perfectly rounded ball but an egg shape toy) However, other than getting trapped under the sofa and the end tables (when my cat is too lazy to squeeze his fat butt under it to bat it out) this is an amazing cat treat ball. I recommend it to anyone worried about kitty's weight and play issues.
Thus, I will probably buy this product again very soon as I haven't found anything better and I have tried.
One way to get them moving is to encourage them to "work" for their food. The vet initially recommended the little toy mice that you can put kibble in. I googled those, and they are like $40 for a set of 5 or 6 (and each of the three cats would need their own "set"). Before investing that amount, I googled other options and bought this contraption. Similar idea, that the cat has to work to get the food out. This one just doesn't have the "hiding" component of the mouse toy/feeder.
One of our cats is pretty persistent in rolling this around to get food out. One of the cats sort of has it figured out, but tends to give up easily (which tells me that he doesn't really NEED that extra food). And the other one is our only cat who is not overweight, and she could really care less about this device. (She's 17, so she doesn't expend a lot of extra energy on anything other than trying to sneak out the front door.)
So I think this has been pretty effective in reducing the over-eating by the less-intelligent/less-persistent cat and making the other cat at least work for his extra food. Both cats are down almost a half pound since we implemented this toy, along with the food tree feeder, just a few weeks ago.
Note: the kibble size adjustments have been very useful as we switch between two foods that we provide in this toy.
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