An easy foraging puzzle to make out of a plastic container with a lid. For kitties that like to fish kibble out of a bowl with their paws. Accompanied by smooth jazz.
Add cardboard and some yogurt containers!
This is an amazing food puzzle you can make with a yogurt container and a few other household items! I was first introduced to this feeder when I was called to help two kitties get along better. One of them, Satchel, was a pro!
Full instructions available on the Instructables website!
While Ian Tunnicliffe didn't post any instructions, it would be pretty easy to throw together a similar design with a dowel, some plastic water bottles, and something to hold the dowel securely. If you put something together like this, let us know! And we think your cat could master this toy as well as this cute Westie!
Cut some holes in a plastic take out container, and you're ready to get your cat started. This video features some soul music to get you revved up.
Just add a strip of cardboard to add to the complexity!
Add a tissue box and you can do even more! It appears we could have a whole page of food puzzles you can make with toilet paper rolls!
Phil made a really cute food ball out of a toilet paper roll - showing that you can get creative with the simplest of materials!
This video offers instruction on how to feed a multi-cat household with foraging toys. It explains the importance of feeding cats this way and how to make this style of feeding easier for the humans. Staging the difficulty level of the toys and making your own food puzzles is covered as well.
Cats Protection shows how all you need is some toilet paper rolls, tape, and kibble to get your cats started!