Tired of the usual cat toys on the market, I took a gamble (ok, at $15, a small one) with CatAmazing, to perk up the lives of my two house cats, who were growing lethargic and maybe a little bored with their cat life (ingrates!). They took to CatAmazing immediately — both my smart tabby and his much dumber brother (and the ability to adjust difficulty levels really did come into play here!) I’m tempted even to buy another one, cover up the word ‘cat’ with marker, and give it as a gift for one of my less bright friends.
Also, I think the other reviewers are mistaken in labeling it ‘just a cardboard box.’ At first glance, it might appear so, but it’s actually a pretty complex toy in which the designers obviously invested a lot of work and forethought. (Certainly not something that could be easily duplicated at home.) Animals, like people, thrive on stimulation and challenges, even my lazy-ass good-for-nothing pets (but I say that in love). For $15, it’s a great value.