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Pioneer Pet SmartCat Peek-A-Prize Toy Box with 2 Toys
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- Heavy-duty wood toy box to hide toys inside
- Keeps curious cats mentally and physically sharp
- Works with almost any appropriately sized toy or catnip
- Encourages cats' natural predatory behavior
- Rotate toys for extra fun
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|Length: 1:08 Mins|
What can you put inside it? It comes with two toy balls that fit snugly inside the box. The balls that came with my purchase are not easily removed; in order for me to take them in or out, I have to use a bit of force. This can be good or bad - if your cat is really excited and persistent, s/he could conceivably get the balls out, but a more timid cat might give up. But you aren't limited to just those toys. It fits well most small cat toys, from stuffed mice to cage jingle balls. Of course, treats or kibbles are always a hit.
Does the cat actually like it? Our girl definitely does. She wasn't interested in the balls that came with the box until I "marinated" them in catnip for a few days. I thought she'd enjoy digging out her favorite toys, Zanies Realistic Mice Cat Toys - Hours of Fun - Set of 20 - White / Gray / Black, but that hasn't been as big of a hit as other options. So just keep in mind: if one thing doesn't work, try another! The treats are the biggest hit.Read more ›
I already made this toy out of a Tupperware casserole container to use as a puzzle feeder, so I took a star off this item for not having a removable bottom for easier cleaning. the 2 hard foam balls that come with this box are not easy for your cat to remove, so there is less worry about finding the balls later under your furniture. the holes are 1-3/4" diameter, making them perfect for rubber super balls and golf balls - all are that same size.
If you buy mice toys to hide in the box, I recommend any with an internal tinker bell, rattle, or electronic chip that squeaks when moved, and make sure to get the medium to large sized mice in the 3"-5" range, or it will be too easy for your cat to remove them, thus reducing the continued play appeal. don't be discouraged if you don't see your cat play with this unattended as my cats often play with it at night while I'm sleeping - I can tell since each morning the toys and balls inside are in a new position.
This item has a thin flat finish over it's high density fiber board, assembled with a nailgun machine, not screws. don't worry, all the nail heads are recessed. If you are the handy do it yourself type, you might enjoy the opportunity to further stain or spray paint this box to better match your decor. The only colors cats can distinguish are yellow green and blue, so using those colors could make for a more interesting toy.
I respect many reviews who post their cats were disinterested in this toy, so if you want to test your cat first, cut holes in a narrow granola cereal box, tape the ends closed and stuff a ball and mouse toy inside to simulate this Peek A Prize.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
cat likes it, though I wished there was a good way to keep track of the balls once they are out.Published 10 days ago by terrdeter
My cat loves this and already lost the two red balls that came with it. I fill it with treats and her other favorite toys when I leave her for the weekend and I come back to the... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Emily M.
Again, not stimulating enough for grown cats. I put a couple of my cat's own small toys inside - still no interest. Kittens might enjoy.Published 14 days ago by M
My cats love the hunting/predatory concept of this box. I just go by once in a while and put their toys back in it.Published 20 days ago by bdg83
This product is well made and will last a long time. It is heavy enough that most cats wouldn't be able to flip it over. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Cory
My 1 year old tabby cat loves this toy!!! He is a very hyper cat to begin with, and this keeps him entertained when I am gone. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jamie Shepard
Cat LOVES this. Loves the balls I hide treats and other balls in there and he gets out his favorite of the day. He adores the balls that came with it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Closet Wench
Cute idea. I thought my cat would be crazy about it and he wasn't. When he doesn't think I'm looking though I see him trying to fish the balls out, so it's a good thing for when he... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Cassie
It does have a bit of a whoof smell when you first open it, but it fades pretty fast. All three of my boy cats are engrossed with it--the Siamese immediately went after the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Seven Kitties