Puzzle toys are a great way to keep your cat mentally and physically stimulated. Cats use their paws and nose to search for treats, food, or small toys hidden in the compartments of these types of toys. This mimics a cat’s hunting behavior, which can help reduce stress and anxiety for indoor cats. Using puzzle toys with treats or food can help cats eat more slowly while making them work for their food.
Here are some puzzle toys that will keep your cat busy!
Nina Ottoson create several puzzle toys for cats, including her Rainy Day, Buggin’ Out, and Melon Madness Puzzle & Play Cat Toys. All are made from food safe materials that are free of BPA, PVC and phthalates.
FurHaven’s Busy Box Hexagon Cat Scratcher Toy combines scratching and hunting in one eco-friendly toy made from recycled cardboard.
Also made from corrugated cardboard, Cat Amazing’s Interactive Treat Maze & Puzzle Cat Toy can be rearranged to accommodate three difficulty levels.
The Smart Cat Peek-a-Prize Toy Box from Pioneer Pet offers a more durable toy box and is great for use with treats or small toys.
And finally, Trixie’s Activity Fun Board for Cats provides cats with an interactive game featuring five different challenges to stimulate their senses.
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