Post Published on January 26, 2017 | Last Updated on July 8, 2021 by Jenny
If you’ve been reading our site for some time, you know how much I love it when giveaway winners take the time to write me about their experience with their winnings. I also like when they let me share photos (and videos!) with you guys too! Even though we do thorough cat product reviews, I love seeing how another cat will respond to a product too!
Leanne from Australia won the BONUS Giveaway! Nina Ottosson Cat Puzzle Toys Prize Pack! in December 2016 for her Ragdoll cat, Mr. Darcy. Leanne’s photos, videos and e-mail to me are posted below.
Sorry it has taken so long to get back to you but we received the prize at Christmas and it has been crazy since.
It was great excitement the day the parcel arrived all the way from Sweden to Melbourne Australia. I tried to do an arrival video but it was a huge fail so I have a greater appreciation of all the hard work you do to make the wonderful videos for Floppycats.
We received the 4 Nina Ottosson Cat Puzzle Toys being the Cat treat Maze; Cat Pyramid; Cat MixMax A; Cat Mix Max B. On opening each box you could see the quality of the products and how well designed they are to stimulate the cat’s interest and instincts.
I started Mr Darcy on the easiest being the Cat Pyramid which he worked to tip over under 30 seconds. Before he filled up on treats I then introduced him to the Cat Treat Maze. This one was more of a challenge for him as his gentle pawing at the maze was not getting any results. It took him a while to figure out how to flip it but when he finally did, he gobbled up all the rewards.
The Cat MixMax are still testing his hunting skills. He can find the treats but still hasn’t quite worked out how to get them out of the puzzle. His current method is to push the cups around but then resorts to meowing at me to help. Sorry mate, you have to work it out yourself.
I am really loving the Nina Ottosson Cat Puzzles in how they stimulate Mr Darcy’s brain and senses and also an excellent way of entertaining him. Thank you very much to Floppycats.com and Nina Ottosson for such an excellent prize.
Leanne and Mr Darcy
Have you tried cat puzzle toys with your kitty? If so, how did it go?