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Cat Puzzle Toy by PetPlanet
Cat Puzzle Toy by PetPlanet
Product Code: 66016
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DescriptionStimulate and entertain your cat with this Cat Puzzle Toy by PetPlanet.
This ingenious toy will help to entertain your cat, lifting boredom, and providing them with a treat for their efforts. You may need to show your feline friend at first how the puzzle works, but they will pick up how to play with it quickly, giving them the necessary challenge to improve their problem solving skills.
- Stimulates and enhances problem solving
- Easy clean plastic construction
- Non-slip feet
Your cat is encouraged to paw the sliders, and when they move they will reveal treats in the base to reward them for their intellect. The puzzle will keep your cat active and entertained, providing you both with quality play time together.
Dimensions: H4 x 23cm Diameter
Please note: this toy is not indestructible. Please supervise play and replace when worn.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Value for money posted on 01/12/2016 by greatnanny1
My cat really enjoys this activity and looks forward to getting the treats.
My kitten loves it. posted on 11/09/2016 by
My kitten loves this toy. It doesn't take him long to move the discs to get the treat. He pushes the discs with his nose not his paws but which ever way works for him.
Cat loves this took her a bit of time to work it out. posted on 19/07/2016 by Adie
I started by putting her favourite Royal Canin dry food in all the holes and left the covered ones open a millimetre or two so she could smell the food inside. She watched me fill the holes, cover four of them and seemed to look a little puzzled, she got the hang of it after a bit and either moved the little covers with her nose or paw and ate the food. I have also tried I'd with cooked steak cubes that I dry out as treats for her she can figure it out every time now. A good strong product that will last.
Great product posted on 10/06/2016 by LaurenCatLover
Both of my cats (just over 1 year old) grasped the concept of this very quickly. I started by putting a few treats in all the holes and half covering 4 of them. The treats didn't last more than a few minutes so the next time I completely covered all 4 holes. I'm trying to think of ways to make it more challenging as they didn't have much trouble al all figuring it out. Makes the treats last a little longer than usual!! Very sturdy item. I didn't realise it would be a bright pink (my two boys don't seem to mind though!) and I'm not sure it comes in other colours. All in all a great little toy to make the cat treats last a little longer than usual and also stimulate the cats senses
Wonderfully made and my cat loves it posted on 10/03/2015 by FaerieEvenstar
Its a sturdy little thing especially for the price and my cat went over to it straight away and knew what to do I was very impressed I expected it to take longer so perhaps I need to up my game and get another more challenging one but she seemed very entertained by it and has returned several times in case there are more treats x28I havent refilled it yetx29 In case it isnt clear from the photo it has 6 compartments and 4 lids that slide freely and cleanly in a ring around the feeder to expose treats hidden below This means you can start them with treats that are uncovered if they dont get the idea or half cover them so they get the smell of the treat but have to move it to get to it I was concerned that the lids may not move easily and it could be frustrating for her but they slide smoothly without a great deal of force Its certainly kept my cats brain busy trying to work out which door it could be in and once she found it she methodically opened each one just to be sure A good purchase thank you
posted on 08/12/2016 by ronmary2004
Cats really loved this a very good buy
Good value for money. posted on 17/11/2016 by B Chatburn
My cat quickly worked out how to get to the treats which is now a little too easy for her.
Could be good but individual dishes are too shallow. posted on 11/10/2016 by lyndyloo1
Not deep enough to provide incentive for cats to sustain interest.