Trixie Snack Roll Cat Toy Review
TheTrixie Snack Roll is a tube with strategically placed holes for dispensing treats. The holes vary in size to accommodate different sizes of treats. These holes also prevent bigger treats from getting out of smaller holes, making it a little challenging for cats in finding the correct combination of holes and treats size.
The canister has a large opening where treats can be poured in. Just remove the lid, pour dry treats of any size inside, and put the lid back in place. Three tubes can be found inside the canister which can be removed or adjusted to obstruct some of the holes. This can make it harder for your cats to get the kibbles out of the Snack Roll.
This toy will test your cat’s patience since they may need to turn the Snack Roll over and over until a treat comes out.
The Snack Roll’s body is made of rubber to help it roll quietly and avoid slipping. The package comes with a booklet containing additional tips on how to get the best out of your Snack Roll.
Features of the Trixie Snack Roll
- Package contains the Snack Roll with a removable lid and 3 adjustable rods
- Rods are removable and adjustable to regulate the number of treats that come out of the holes
- Made of durable materials strong enough to withstand being rolled on any surface
- Cover is made of plastic and body is made of rubber
- Can be filled with any size of dry food
- Comes with an insert complete with tips on how to keep your cats entertained with the Snack Roll
- Dimensions (L x W x H): 5.5 x 2.2 x 2.2 in.
- Weighs approximately 4.2oz
- One year warranty from manufacturer
Pros and Cons
- Try covering some of the holes with tape or put in something large to obstruct some of the holes in the canister. This will prevent too many treats from spilling out of the Snack Roll
- Beginner cats who are new to treat dispensing toys
The Trixie Snack Roll is meant for cats who haven’t been introduced to treat dispensers yet. It’s a good training ground for them because it has easy mechanics they will immediately understand.
Some cats may find it boring, though, because it needs to be rolled around ‘ an activity usually meant for dogs. However, its simple food rewarding method is ideal for training cats before giving them more complicated toys.