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 to increase the difficulty level for your master forager!
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This video shows Willow foraging from a protein shake container. You truly can make a food puzzle out of just about anything in your home and the goal here to show you how to do that! It is nice to offer a variety of commercially available and homemade puzzles. Remember this is not only a […]
Wet food foraging can be a great way to slow down voracious over-eaters that later vomit their canned food meal. This stationary foraging board is fantastically versatile. In this clip Samson is demonstrating how the tongue module exercises their tongue and jaw muscles!
This video illustrates how this can be used for canned food as well as for dry as previously shown in Lefty’s Dog Tornado video. Canned food can be a bit of a challenge to offer in a food puzzle and this one works perfectly! Visit foodpuzzlesforcats.com for more info!
Some cats “nose” food puzzles while others use their paws to manipulate the toy. Here Soren is nosing the toy. Notice how he is only able to acquire one piece of food at a time. This limits the amount of food most cats would eat in one sitting which is why foraging can be useful […]
In this clip you will view cats exploring and foraging from a doggy toy! Do not let the dog photos on the packaging deter you from trying these toys out with your cats. Notice how only one piece of dry food is obtained at one time. If your cat scarfs and barfs, foraging is for […]
This video illustrates once again that even senior cats that have medical problems and disabilities can be capable of this behavior. Peaches is blind here and in between splint changes for an injury she sustained to her hind legs. Foraging can be a great way to limit the amount of carbohydrates your cat takes in […]
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! Visit foodpuzzlesforcats.com for more ideas!
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. Visit foodpuzzlesforcats.com for more info!
Another excellent canine toy that is perfect to use for cats for either canned or dry food. The cat must slide the cover to expose the reservoirs to access the wet food. This puzzle can be made more difficult by inserting a doggy bone into one of the center slots to serve as an obstacle […]