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Cat Amazing – Best Cat Toy Ever! Interactive Treat Maze & Puzzle Feeder for Cats
INTERACTIVE CAT TOY – award-winning game & puzzle box – stimulates and occupies cats and kittens for hours – bonds cats and their owners through play!ENCOURAGES NATURAL INSTINCTS to explore, scratch, sniff, find and retrieve hidden rewards – with three difficulty levels to challenge clever cats as their skills improve!WORKS WITH your cat's favorite cat treats, catnip, crinkle balls, mice, cat wand toy and other favorites; works great as a dry cat food dispenser and puzzle feeder!VETERINARIAN RECOMMENDED for exercise, slower eating, weight loss and meal managementULTIMATE GIFT – holiday or everyday – for cats & cat owners!
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6 Reddit comments about Cat Amazing – Best Cat Toy Ever! Interactive Treat Maze & Puzzle Feeder for Cats:

u/LadyDarkKitten · 11 pointsr/Pets

... I know this isn't what you want to hear, but for my idea to work it has to be said... Put the people food away. Sorry, it had to be said. Now we can move on, have you tried a puzzle toy with treats in it? There are a number of good puzzle toys for kitties, not only can it ease food seeking behavior but it will easy stress and loneliness when you aren't around to play with them. Something like this. Which you can make if you have some glue and extra cardboard laying about.

u/omegaphora · 3 pointsr/aww

Yeah we have 2 cats. One FatCat, one SiameseDerpCat. The FatCat is very dedicated.

We also have one of these treat boxes and FatCat does the same thing - fishes out as many as possible before gorging on them.

It's quite unfortunate. She's fat, and also has a sensitive tummy so if she eats too much/too fast, or any variation of that, she pukes. :\

One time FatCat gorged on treats from the box, went to the Treat-Ball-That-Really-Has-Regular-Catfood, ate some regular catfood, and barfed ON the treatball. The DerpCat was upset since she couldn't get to the food either.


u/curiositywon · 1 pointr/Pets

I tried this:

It worked ok except the dog decided to get in on the action and shredded the cardboard... it’s a bit of an alternative on the treat ball...

u/cutekick · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Ah she is one of those cats that likes hard to get things. Look into puzzle toys like this or this. You may also want to build her something to crawl through and play in out of cardboard boxes. Just take a lot of boxes, cut cat sized holes in several places and tape them all together. [Some people go a bit crazy]
(, some have magical ways to cut cardboard nicely, but normal people know the cat doesn't care if it is pretty.

It might just take awhile to figure out what toys she likes. One of mine only likes feather toys. He doesn't care about anything unless it has feathers. The other one doesn't like to be seen playing so he likes toys that are hung for doors, his cat tree, and my hair ties (which he steals all the time!!).

u/LadyVanya · 1 pointr/PetBehavior

The cat sounds like it's bored and has pent up energy. Pets are like little toddlers: If you dont entertain them, they will do it themselves and it can be destructive at times. Here are some things you can help redirect and expand say energy:


Perches/things to climb/scratch

These are just some ideas. Also go to your local pet store. If the cat doesn't like the new toy, usually they will let you return the toy for a full refund.

u/cavalier_queen · 1 pointr/cats

I wonder if some puzzle toys or a Turbo Scratcher might be good options for him? They shouldn't tax his heart too much, but they might provide more of an outlet for his prey drive. You could also feed him regularly via food ball.

Is he really food-motivated? If so, more mental stimulation could be had through clicker-training.

I don't know a ton about heart conditions in cats, so I'm not sure what activity levels would be safe for him. Your vet would know better. If more exercise (physical and mental) doesn't help, and he continues to be aggressive without warning, or it gets worse, I might explore medication options. I'm NOT advocating this as anything but a last resort, but sometimes mood stabilizers can improve everyone's quality of life. It doesn't sound like he needs this AT ALL right now, but it's not bad to keep it in mind if it ever does become an issue.

I hope your vet has some good suggestions and information for you! Good luck with everything, and if you feel like an update after the appointment, I'd be interested to hear how it went!