If your cat becomes tired of chasing the ball around in any of these channel-like toys, simple convert them into a stationary foraging toy! Alternating how these toys can be used creates novel interest and keeps your cat mentally stimulated and engaged. Visit foodpuzzlesforcats.com for more ideas!
This toy is like a weeble wobble and features a rounded bottom so it is constantly in motion while the cat uses it. Skilled paw use required! Visit foodpuzzlesforcats.com for more rolling puzzle ideas!
All you need is an old coffee mug and a place mat. This is a great way to slow down a cat that eats their canned food too quickly and later vomits. Visit foodpuzzlesforcats.com for more ideas!
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 […]