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Cat Puzzle Toys products have an average rating of 4.2 / 5.0 from 186 reviews
Cat Puzzle Toys
Cat puzzle toys are a delight for curious cats and kittens! Cat puzzle toys are a type of food or treat dispenser that require your cat to work through different obstacles and games to earn themselves a food reward. Using a treat or food puzzle can also help to slow down their rate of eating to aid digestion and weight loss. Puzzle toys also provide essential mental stimulation for cats which can prevent boredom and destructive behavioural issues. Pet Circle has a wide variety of fun puzzle toys, guaranteed to entertain your cat for hours on end!
Best Cat Puzzle Toys based on our customer reviews
|Catit Play Treat Puzzle||My cat used to inhale his dry food then demand more. This obstacle course keeps him busy for much longer. It's challenging but not impossible. It's abit light - it does move around a bit while he's trying to get things out. I've blu-tacked it down which works for a while. But it's working really well in terms of slowing down his feeding and keeping him entertained. - AM|
|Paws for Life Puzzle||This one is the BEST puzzle so far i have found for my cats. It is aimed at dogs but it is perfect for my adventurous cats. Treats are not just presented to them they need to uncover them. I highly recommend it. Even though they find them quicker, we play uncover where is the treat as well. A really good cat and owner interactive game. - MISHEL|
FAQs about Cat Puzzle Toys
Are puzzle feeders good for cats?
Absolutely! A 2016 study done by researchers at the University of California, Davis found that cat puzzle toys can enrich the lives of domestic cats by encouraging them to express their natural foraging behaviours. The study demonstrated that cats who use food puzzles tend to be more physically fit and less stressed. They also had fewer behavioural problems such as aggression and overgrooming.
Reference: Dantas LM, Delgado MM, Johnson I, Buffington CT. Food puzzles for cats: Feeding for physical and emotional wellbeing. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery. 2016;18(9):723-732. doi:10.1177/1098612X16643753
Author info: Dr Jennifer Lau - Pet Circle In-House Veterinarian