This is an intricate, brains over brawn, food puzzle originally designed for dogs, but that won’t stop us! This puzzle features four swiveling layers but access is only granted once the large base cones are removed. That is the challenge, the cat must do one section of the puzzle in efforts for the next to be revealed. All levels can be rearranged for constant variety! This is definitely a toy for the experienced forager.
A great beginner puzzle designed for wet or dry food. If your cat is just starting out this is an excellent toy to teach them the game.
This stationary food puzzle offers a wide array of obstacles. This board can be used for dry food and treats or wet food can be placed in the tongue module. It can be rearranged in any configuration and each of the four pieces can be used separately or all together as shown in this video.
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 toy is amazing, easy to clean and versatile. You can stuff it full of food for beginners or leave it lean for master foragers.
The "tongue module" (the ice cube tray-like portion) is specifically designed for canned food as well as for dry. This module works the feline jaw muscles similarly to how a cat would lick and work to remove flesh from the bones of their prey. The intelligent design takes "whisker stress" into consideration so that the cat's whiskers can freely move without obstruction. This also significantly slows down voracious over-eaters that later vomit undigested canned food.
This toy is for the advanced forager. Each toy comes with two different sets of lids to accommodate large or small kibble. The holes can also be covered up to increase the challenge based on your cats' skill level.
For slow starters we recommend not putting the lids on at all and filling the "beakers" all the way up so that they can very easily eat off of the top or gently nudge and tip the beaker to obtain food. Once that is successful the lids may be added.