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This month there was a neat looking toy being offered. Since we can't pass up something new to play with (seriously...we only have a bazillion toys here), mom requested this and opened it up as soon as it arrived.
Mozart of course was a little more interested in the box that the toy came in:
is an interactive treat and puzzle toy from catamazing.com
. It came flat in a package and required some assembly, but went together very quickly. There is a video on their website, but mom figured it using the information in the package.
Some cats were a little TOO helpful in the package opening process.
Tommy on top, Daiquiri chewing on the package
left to right: Diaquiri, Ivy and Spud (with his head in the hole)
The outside of the box has various holes in different shapes and sizes. Inside the box is an insert that waves up and down creating barriers.
Everyone was interested at first, but mom got this figuring that Daiquiri would be the one spending the most time figuring it out. To add to the fun, mom found one of Daiquiri's foam soccer balls and put that inside the box as well.
Spud watched as Daiquiri tried in vain to get the treats and toys out.
So far the biggest "fun" has been everyone pushing the box around the living room as they try to use their faces to get treats out of one end or the other. Daiquiri did manage to get her toy out though mom didn't see it happen. She and Spud spend the most time with this and mom has put more treats in every day.
The biggest concern mom had was that the box is cardboard and Daiquiri is a certified cardboard destruction expert. However, other than getting in one good chomp on the box as mom was putting it together, she has left it alone. How long remains to be seen.... :)
The toy is priced at $14.99 on Chewy's website and remember shipping is free over $49. The puzzle has been a big hit here and we give it 6 paws up! While some play with it more than others, everyone has checked it out at least a couple of times and tried to get those treats to come out.