The Catit Senses 2.0 Food Tree adds an element of challenge to treat time and feeding time. This fun, stimulating puzzle toy requires your cat to slow down and work for treats and dry food by playfully pawing at and retrieving it through multiple side openings. This brainteaser is perfect for cats who tend to eat too quickly.
Set different levels of difficulty simply by rotating the Catit Senses 2.0 Food Tree’s middle disc and adjusting the opening sizes. Vary the fun by regularly changing the amount of treats or kibble you insert. Stray pellets collect in the bottom tray, preventing spillage and waste. Plus, the shallow tray design lets your cat eat comfortably, with no stress on her sensitive whiskers.
The Catit Senses 2.0 Food Tree features a wide base for enhanced stability, and a narrow top opening that prevents cats from easily accessing food. This stimulating treat toy measures 14.75″ diameter X 13.5″ high.
It took no time at all for my cat, Fish, to figure out how the food tree worked. He got his paws in those tiers and pushed his kibble all the way down to the tray. I loved how this became a job for him. He got determined to get every single kibble out of that tree. It definitely slowed down his eating too, which I was very happy about.
I love that they redesigned the top of the 2.0 to prevent the cats from picking kibble as they please. This was the main complaint from the original food tree and Catit really listened to their customers and addressed the problem.
There is however, one improvement that would need to be worked on this unit. The middle adjusting disc refuses to stay in place once I’ve chosen the appropriate opening size. My cat always manages to move the disc to the biggest possible opening size. It would require some sort of locking mechanism to keep it in place.
In short, I would absolutely recommend the Catit Senses 2.0 Food Tree. If you’re interested in finding out more please head over to their website