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Trixie Cat Activity Fun Board, 30 × 40 cm
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- An intelligent toy for cats
- Suitable for elderly or sick animals
- Trains the cat's skills
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Cats are cleaver and inquisitive animals. Trixie’s 5-in-1 activity centre was specifically developed for cats and features a base with five different modules, each with a new exercise designed to stimulate your cat’s sense of smell, taste, touch, sight and sound. The globe module resembles a fish bowl and requires your cat to fish the treat out with her paw. Cats aren’t able to see close moving objects in as much detail as humans therefore they’ll need to use their sense of smell and hearing to locate the treat. The peg module allows the pet to make out the treat visually from a distance. and map out a strategy to get it with help of its paws or even claws.
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I started out by putting a few pieces of shrimp on it and sitting with them while they worked out how to get the food, encouraging them when they got stuck. Now I use it instead of giving them dry food bowls and put their daily rations on it. It seems to benefit them as they have to work to get the food out, which is especially good for them during the Winter months when they don't seem to do anything but sleep as it gives them a bit of mental stimulation and physical activity.
The best thing about it is that it has five different types of activity (bowls, tunnel, little dips, wiggly lines and stumps) which each require a different level of tactile ability from your cat. It also challenges them to use their other senses as the can't always see the food or reach it with their mouth so need to rely on their nose or paws.
An added bonus is that (like the other cat activity puzzles) you can put wet food on it too because it's made of hard plastic and is really easy to wash (the plastic bowls can be taken off which I didn't know when I ordered it). For a treat I put a packet of wet food on it and watch the cats dipping their paws into the sauce and licking it off once they've got all the chunks out... Very cute, but can be a little messy so I put a towel underneath.Read more ›
The cats in question were just around 18 months old when the first activity board arrived. We also purchased the Trixie Cat Activity Turn Around. Both devices were immediately welcomed by one of the cats, he was happy to develop his nose and paw skills in order to access a previously only dreamt of number of treats in a small amount of time. The second cat joined in initially, she was particularly good at the Turn Around toy and at accessing treats placed in the more difficult to access places on the board. Soon though our second cat decided it not her place to interrupt her brother's activities. I was concerned that there was some cat psychology at work here and that the male had been dominant and made clear to his sister that these were his treats, his treat activities and he had no need of assistance.
So I decided to purchase a second Activity Board, placing one each with identical numbers of treats stashed for each cat. I placed them at opposite ends of the room in the hope that this would discourage George from further intimidating his sister. No such luck. George cleared his own board and then progressed to the second, untouched by Prune who simply sat and watched. I can only think that this was due to my mistake in providing Prune with treats on her own while we were waiting for the second Board to arrive.Read more ›
The 4 year old is a British Shorthair Blue and most of the time wired to the moon :-) He needs to be physically active several hours a day otherwise he gets too boisterous with the older cat and it can lead to fights.
It became obvious that i needed to provide them with more activities so that they are busy while im at work.
I did my research with what Amazon had to offer as well as reading the reviews.
I was very excited reading the reviews for the "Catit" and "Trixie" activities and i purchased this Trixie item.
As my cats love the yummy treats i give them i place the small pieces into each section and sit back and be entertained :-) As every category is designed to encourage the cat to use other senses it is amusing for them and me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Get one for your cats, they will love it. 2 of ours go to where I keep it and ask for me to put it down. Read morePublished 1 month ago by E. J. Langley
I bought this for replacement other cat food entertainment board but this is better than the one I had before. My cat tries to find an easier route to get kibbles. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Henshoku Queen
Cats initially were very taken with it, especially as it held treats. The one was good at passing them out of the ridges but the other was hopeless and could only watch. Read morePublished 5 months ago by l cross
Great item, cat's love it! Bit pricey for what it is, but it was well priced by Amazon.
Cat's seem to love the interaction of having to 'capture' their treats from out... Read more
Really well executed. A specialist vet told me he was doing his dissertation on cats and their need to hunt and solve puzzles for food. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Peixes85
We call this the playstation. The cats love it, the little one 18 months old is brighter than her Mum who is 3 but I guess that is life with technology!Published 10 months ago by Judi Worcerstershire