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#1 Best Selling 2 in 1 Cat Feeder and Toy
Cats love to play, exercise and... EAT! It's been that way since time began. That's why we're excited to bring you the 2 in 1 Cat Feeder and Toy. The only Cat product that expertly combines exercising and feeding in a way that's PERFECT for cats.
✓ Designed by leading pet experts to combine play, exercise and feeding in a toy your cat will adore. ✓ Hours of ball chasing fun, keeping your cat mentally stimulated and healthy ✓ Sturdy, long-lasting design, requires no batteries, simply place it infront of your cat and watch it go! ✓ Switch between versatile feeding bowl or a challenging stimulation toy, by turning the top lid!
Why is playtime to important for your cat?
Playing solves behavior problems. Most cat behaviorists will prescribe playing with your cat when solving almost any unwanted cat behavior. Especially if it’s related to aggression, destructive behaviors, excessive vocalization or lack of confidence. What do they all have in common? They are all based in natural cat behavior, but can be a problem if engaged too often. The reason – too much energy. Simple as that, if you manage to redirect this energy towards playing with your cat, most of those “behavior problems” will vanish in the thin air.
Playing prevents the obesity. You do know, it’s not only about the looks. Obesity is the primary cause for many health problems. If your cat is already obese, you have two options. First, you can either reduce his food intake, but you can also increase his exercise. You should do both, but the second one is a must. Why? Ask any nutritionist, doctor, physician or your mom – starving damages health, exercises improve it. Manage your cat’s food intake according to food manufacturer’s guidelines (if he is on a commercial diet) and make sure you are playing with your cat often.
Playing reduces the stress. For both of you. What do many people do when they are stressed out? Eat? Okay, besides eating? They walk back and forth. That’s a nature’s way of making you lose physical energy when you are stressed. Because it’s the only way to calm. It works for your cat, as well. If he plays regularly, his stress is lower. Of course, you must identify and minimize other sources of stress as well, but extra playing is still the first step.
Playing improves the bond between you and your cat. Playing is an interaction, and positive interactions, be it petting, talking or playing, improves relationships. Between humans, between dogs, between bees and between cats and their owners. Even if you think you have no problems with your cat’s affection to you, you may be surprised about the level it can climb to if you enjoy few undistributed play sessions every day.
Playing brings fun. Yes, playing is fun for your cat, and it reduces boredom.
Playing decreases the tension between multiple cats. Every cat owner knows that it’s not necessarily for cats to hate each other to have some fights every now and then. However, if you play with them, especially if you let them observe each other taking turns, it may improve their bond, and those occasional fights can easily be diminished, if not eliminated completely.
Playing builds confidence in shy cats. Do you have a cat who is not actively engaging the environment or interacting with other pets in your household? There’s a simple cure. Every day, lock yourself up in a room with the timid cat and enjoy at least fifteen minutes of interactive play. Don’t try to force he toy upon him, but try to cause curiosity in him/her. Since you both are alone in the room, there are no distractions or threats, and your timid cat’s curiosity will do the rest. In turn, he will not only be thriving to play with you, but he will also interact with other pets with more confidence, because he’ll be like “Yes, I can!”
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My surprise Bengal mix kitten loves to play with this. I thought I had picked the most alert, brown tabby kitten at the shelter. Soon discovered how uncommonly smart and clever she is. She reveals new discoveries about herself every few days. Great idea. Thanks!
My cat has become an addict! When I first gave him this, he spent an hour straight playing with it. He was EXHAUSTED! But he never gets bored with it, he keeps coming back and waits for food to be dropped in there. This toy is now his preferred method of eating...
My Chartreux loves this! He's a smart kitty who gets bored with ordinary toys, and I was desperate to find a toy that could keep my little boy entertained. I know my little boy really has to think about it, too, because after he plays with it for awhile, he'll sit down facing away from it as if he's mad at it, and within minutes he'll roll over and attack it again. It keeps him thinking!
As an owner of 6 Cats, i must say this toy is a hit with all of them I placed a few treats inside and it kept them busy and entertained for hours. We love this toy!
My lazy, overweight, senior kitty loves it! it certainly keeps them occupied for a while.
Also, I really liked the instructions/insert that came with the box. It had some interesting facts and was very clear on how to assemble. (And assembly was VERY simple.)