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Trixie 5-in-1 Activity Center (Amazon & Chewy)
This is my FAVORITE food puzzle! This is great for both dry treats/kibble, and you can even put wet food in the square grids. You can make it easier or harder depending on where you put the food. Great for beginners and expert foragers alike!
Trixie Tunnel Feeder
This is a fairly easy food puzzle/slow feeder but it gets the job done – cats have to reach in to get the goodies.
Tiger Diner Ceramic Cat Feeder (SmartCat)
This is a ceramic slow-feeder if you’re concerned about plastic (which can sometimes promote chin acne on cats). Available in black or white.
Catit Senses 2.0 Digger
This is another food puzzle/slow feeder that you can use with kibble or treats. It’s a little more difficult than the tunnel feeders.
Catit Senses 2.0 Food Tree
This is an intermediate-difficulty level food puzzle great for treats and kibble.
Northmate Slow Feed Bowl (The Company of Animals)
This is a feeder that I use in my home and it definitely cuts down on the “scarf and barf” when it comes to kibble!
Doc & Phoebe Indoor Hunting Cat Feeder
Fill these three mice up with kibble, hide them around, and let your cat hunt for her food!
Interactive Food Puzzle (Ancaixin)
Check this one out! It’s a bit more difficult; the top spins and food falls out into a food maze. Good for more experienced/food-motivated foragers.
Pet Activity Center and Feeder (AmazonBasics)
Even Amazon knows how important foraging puzzles are for pets! This one has little cups to push aside for food/treats, as well as a large section to put food for slow-feeding.