This weighted, opaque egg by SmartyKat can be quite a challenge for some kitties. Opaque toys are more difficult because the cat must go on learned previous experiences no longer having the visual cue that there is food inside. The weighted base of course provides more difficulty and to increase the challenge even further this toy can easily be placed inside larger foraging objects like the yogurt cup shown here. Now the cat must get the food out of two puzzles at once!
The Starter Kit is three toys in one! You get two foraging eggs (or four small mini eggs) and an upcycled tennis ball tube container essentially for free! That’s right, Ingrid schleps around town collecting tennis tubes, washes them, drills holes in them, and essentially gives them away!
Fill all three toys up individually or, if your cat reaches master forager level, you can fill the eggs and place inside the tube so that your cat has to work extra hard to obtain the kibble from two toys at once.
This toy can be easy for beginners or utilized combined for increased challenge so its difficulty level is a range of one to two stars. You can also tape up the two or thee holes in the tube to make it a one holed toy.
Foraging eggs are an awesome and versatile toy. They are opaque and provide erratic movement, keeping kitty entertained and on the move. The eggs can be filled and placed inside other foraging toys such as the cup, jar or any of the "gear" toys to increase the difficulty level for kitty Einstein master forager!