Foraging toys do not need to be fancy. They just need to be unique and challenging for your particular cat and their skill level. Household items can make amazing food puzzles. It is important to offer unique items daily for mental stimulation. Remember, this is not only a feeding protocol, but mental and physical enrichment […]
This is a great beginner foraging toy. This is the doggy version of the feline “Catch” toy. Because it is larger it holds more volume for multiple cat households and provides a slightly increased challenge as the interior portion of the puzzle is harder to reach. Visit foodpuzzlesforcats.com for more great ideas!
This is a master forager at work, Peaches is manipulating a cube shaped toy that is almost empty (meaning it’s harder). Take note of how she uses her front leg like a tool to flip the toy over. At the time of this video she had lost 2.5# eating this way! She does have a […]
This video illustrates how to provide for your cats and meet their needs even in a very small space. It is important to spread out food, water, litter, vertical space and fuzzy beds so that we create successful avoidance. This leads to peaceful coexistence.
We advocate indoor only cats. This lifestyle keeps them healthier, safer and living longer lives. However, cats may get bored or frustrated being kept inside. Below are some suggestions for keeping them active, stimulated and happy. Remember that cats are very prey specific, so trying different varieties of toys is important to find just what […]