Opaque, cube-shaped toys are among the most challenging you can offer your cat. In this video Paige shows you how it is done! Not every cat becomes this skilled or manipulates toys with this much gusto. A goal for you and your cat to work towards.
This foraging ball features an inner maze coupled with an adjustable opening allowing you to alter the difficulty level based on your cat's skill level and the size of the food.
This is an excellent beginner toy.
Right: let Hitchinson show you how it is done in this short video clip!
The Fishbowl requires some skillful paw action! Some cats will flip this toy over if placed on carpeting. It works best and offers the most challenge on hard flooring. Once the cat becomes adept at using this puzzle it is actually pretty easy. Freeze dried meat pieces makes a nice low calorie option for filler.
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 cats, which are harder to find and incorporate.
Give the Dog Tornado a try with your cats!
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 food out with their paws.
These objects are not too terribly difficult however, each different colored bowl provides a different maze/puzzle challenge. The interior portions of the maze are a bit more out of reach and increase the challenge for the cats.
Watch this clip to see how it is done!
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 openings to be made smaller to increase the challenge.
For gregarious foragers, a weight, rock or other heavy object can be placed in the base/tray to weight toy down so it does not topple over.
And, as is true for most Catit products, this food puzzle comes with a pressure point mat to ease paw fatigue while diligently working for kibble!