This video just goes to show how incredibly easy it is to DIY your own food puzzle. Quick, simple, and inexpensive!
This stationary foraging toy offers multiple puzzles in one including an area for wet food. Food does not always need to be the focus. The ping-pong ball section is like a feline rooting box and can be filled with water for cats that enjoy playing with water. The floating balls add a play component. Novelties […]
A more intricate food puzzle with multiple components. Wet cat food can also be used in the wells making it a versatile and challenging game for your cats. This toy is for the experienced forager!
This is an intricate and challenging stationary food puzzle. This video shows cats figuring out and solving the five different sections. This puzzle can accommodate canned food in some compartments as well as dry food. This is a toy is for the experienced forager!
This is a great beginner toy for multi-cat households. Food goes in through the top and funnels into the tunnels. If you wish to increase the challenge further, fill ping-pong balls and place inside the tunnels. This way the cats must spin the balls to get the food to dispense and then extract it from […]
This is a fantastic feline foraging toy! Traditionally a dog toy, it really seems geared more towards cats as most dogs would destroy this product. It comes with two sets of interchangeable lids, a set with one large hole and another set with three small holes. The holes can be taped up with scotch tape […]
The Catit Treat Maze is a great beginner puzzle! Some kitties may be stumped by the clear plastic cover as cats are unable to focus on objects right under their noses. They are virtually blind within 12 inches from their face and use their whiskers to locate objects right in from of them like food […]
If your cat becomes tired of chasing the ball around in any of these channel-like toys, simple convert them into a stationary foraging toy! Alternating how these toys can be used creates novel interest and keeps your cat mentally stimulated and engaged.
This video proves that even handicapped cats can work for their food. In this clip Lefty is 15 years old, a tripod his whole life, toothless, arthritic and has kidney and heart disease. He prefers to get the food himself! Your cats can do this! This toy is excellent as a canned food puzzle for […]
The Green is a great beginner foraging toy. This is the doggy version of the feline “Catch” toy. Because it is larger, it holds more volume for multiple cat households and provides a slightly increased challenge as the interior portion of the puzzle is harder to reach. If you want to increase the challenge even […]
A slow feeder bowl from the Outward Hound. Do not let the dog photos on the packaging deter you from trying these toys out with your cats. Cats are quite capable of using these puzzles only they do so in a different way. Dogs lick out these bowls with their tongues where cats scoop the […]
Giving it a good sniff inspection! This treat tower certainly requires some previous foraging experience. Cats must work food down each level of the Catit Food Maze to finally achieve a piece of food that has fallen through into the base/food tray. There is an adjustable plate at the middle tier that allows for the […]
Trixie Pet 5 in 1 activity board The Fun Board is offers a variety of different obstacles. For many cats, acquiring food from the clear globes is the greatest challenge of this board. The section that looks like an ice cube tray is called the tongue module and is designed for canned food. This works […]
The Catch by Northgate is a nice stationary puzzle that requires your cat to forage with their paws. It is relatively easy for cats who are new to foraging and easy to clean. Good for slowing down fast eaters! It can be combined with the Foraging Ping Pong Balls from Fundamentally Feline (shown right) […]