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Trixie Pet Products Cat Activity Fantasy Board
- Game 1 push away balls
- Game 2 move sliders with paws
- Game 3 move lever to open drawer
- Game 4 tug open drawer using loop
- Includes a booklet with tips and tricks
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CHOKING HAZARD -- This toy is a small ball. Not for children under 3 yrs.
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
CHOKING HAZARD -- Toy contains a small ball. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Cats are clever and inquisitive animals. Channel their curiosity with the Trixie Brain Mover. With four modules of play, this game requires patience and concentration. Game 1: This module requires your cat to push the balls to earn the reward. A small hole on top of each ball stimulates your cat's sense of smell. Game 2: Move multiple sliders to reveal hidden treat compartments. Game 3: Move the lever to open the drawer Game 4: Tug open blue drawer using loop Keep your feline challenged and curious by varying the number and placement of treats. The non-slip rubber feet keep the game in place as your feline slides, pulls and explores. We've also included an instructional booklet with tips and tricks to stimulate your cat's sense of curiosity through play. Dishwasher safe. One year warranty. Dimensions: 7 x 8 Inch. Weight: 1.5 lbs.
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It's now been a few weeks since introducing the toy and I can definitively say that this is my cat's favorite toy. He plays with all 3 I have for him in turn, but this one is ALWAYS played with until it is completely empty of food and treats. If you are only going to buy one toy for your cat make it this one. It is the most complex toy I've bought, so if it's the only toy you buy be aware that without introductory toys to get your cat used to the concept you may need to do a good bit of coaching to teach them how to use it (on the cups portion of this it took several sessions before my cat learned to use them on his own) but it is much enjoyed. Also be aware that the ping-pong balls will likely get ALL over your house. If you have a dog I recommend switching them out for balls that are safe for them to chew. We thankful caught my parent's dog before it crunched one into bitts.
At our last visit the vet said that my 7-year-old cat needed to lose a little weight. There are several cat toys on the market that dispense cat food one kibble at a time. Since my cat is very energetic and loves to hunt and play (which are essentially the same thing to a cat), I thought that she might enjoy a stick-your-paw-in-the-hole-and-eat-what-you-catch-type toy. I also figured that this would slow down her eating and hopefully allow her to be satisfied with less food. It worked. She loves the toy. She keeps working on it and working on it until she gets all the treats out, but that may take her several hours off-and-on. And she does seem to have lost a little weight already.
The FAQ for this product lists a couple of brands of cat treats that are too big to get stuck in the grooves. I'm going to try some of those and see if they work. If it weren't for this annoying stuck-food problem, this toy would be perfect!
We lovingly call my cat 'cat of little brain'. His brother was the scarily smart one and passed away a month ago. I don't know if the smart one would have liked this. He was not food-motivated. However, 'cat of little brain' is very food-motivated and is also having a lot of separation anxiety now that he is alone at times for the first time in his life. I put his meals in this and hide calming treats for him. I think it is really helping him cope with his transition to being an only cat. We use the ping-pong ball area some, the middle tier of the waterfall a lot and the thin trough at the front a lot. He is able to figure it out after we spent some time together at it.
The tabby is a hunter. He doesn't use it either. But that's also because he doesn't care for the treats.
Cali, the calico, is naturally a forager. Even with her regular food bowl she will swipe each kibble out of the bowl, onto the floor, and eat it from there. She's the only one that likes the Trixie. She's the only one that gets it.
Cali is 14. With this product I can see the kitten in her again...big eyed and intrigued when pawing for her treats.
My tip to cat owners: If you leave treats out at night don't leave it near your bedroom unless you want to hear your cat playing with the ping pong balls at 4am.
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