Nina Ottosson Cat Puzzle Toys: 3 CAT MIXMAX PUZZLE

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Nina Ottosson 3 CAT MIXMAX PUZZLE A, B, C. LEVEL 1-4

Nina Ottosson, a pet trainer from Sweden, long ago started a company where she develops puzzle toys for dogs and cats.  She started with dogs, I believe, but soon discovered cats enjoyed them too.  We recently had a giveaway of 4 Nina Ottosson cat puzzle toys.  Through that giveaway I was introduced to the Cat MixMax A and B puzzles –  puzzles I was not previously familiar with.  So I looked into them more and wanted to share them with you.  This is the 3 CAT MIXMAX PUZZLE A, B, C. LEVEL 1-4:

 

Nina Ottosson Cat Puzzle Toys 3 CAT MIXMAX PUZZLE A B CThe reason I thought this mix and match set was cool is because you can use one game or combine all three for a whole new experience. So you can use them as a single maze or add them altogether to increase the difficulty level.  You can also determine the difficulty level – so you can start out small and build to the more difficult levels.  The possibilities are endless.  These puzzle toys are great for kitties that get bored – or who need to lose some weight. Dry food or freeze dried treats work well in them.

They each measure L 18 x B 18 x H 4 cm or 1.5 x 7.5 x 9 inches ; 7 ounces.  And Nina Ottosson says they are tricky and fun for all cats and dogs regardless of their age, size or breed.   And the difficulty levels, 1 easy, 2 medium & 3 advanced and 4 very advanced by combining several different games.

We have reviewed several of the Nina Ottosson dog puzzle toys and Charlie just loves them – whenever I pick one up, he hears it move and comes running for the treats and the fun in finding them.

You can check out more of their cat puzzle toys here.

Benefits of Puzzle Toys

  • Fun and activating brain training
  • Can help kitties lose weight because they have to “work” for their food
  • Helps stimulate their brain and keeps them from being bored

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Comments (2)

  1. Wow! These puzzles look so cool! I lurve how adaptable they are with the increasing level of difficulty. I think our Miss PSB might definitely enjoy one of these types of puzzles. I definitely have this on my Kitteh Wish List.

    Thanks again for the great info, Jenny!

    Big hugs & lots of love!

    Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3

  2. Agree with Patti that these look really interesting. The girls just got the NekoChan maze from Santa, so this will definitely go on their wishlist. Miss Mari is especially interested in these. Are you going to do a review on this particular one? Would love to see how it works.♥♥♥♥

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