Cat Toy Review: SmartCat Peek-A-Prize Cat Toy Box

Cat Toy Box

Think your cat is smart? Your cat can prove how smart she is by mastering the SmartCat Peek-A-Prize Cat Toy Box.

This wooden cat toy box has 19 access holes and includes two colorful balls. You can hide your cat’s toys and treats and your cat will go crazy fishing them out. Your cat will be occupied for hours. (The cat in the picture looks like he’s hard at work.)


Review 1 of SmartCat Peek-A-Prize Cat Toy Box

“I have had the peek-a-prize for several months now and it has been a HUGE hit with my cats. Every morning before I leave, I make sure to pick up the toys they took out over the night and pop them back in the peek-a-prize. Occasionally I leave some treats in there for them. I often see both cats checking it out to see what kind tasty snacks or fun new toys might be in there for them. They both know there is always something fun in there for them. It is the only toy they have not gotten bored of yet.”

Review 2 of SmartCat Peek-A-Prize Cat Toy Box

“Just bought the Peek A Prize Box for our cat Seamus, a 3 yr old indoor housecat. The great thing about this toy is that I can put a variety of his tiny toys, or cat treats, inside the box to brighten up his day. I also like the sturdy wood design – good for kitties with claws! A wonderful toy!”

Review 3 of SmartCat Peek-A-Prize Cat Toy Box

“Sophie has been playing with her Peek-a-Prize Toy Box daily. Thank you for offering a product that gives her interest and fun! I am learning to give her more interesting things to do to distract her from some of the destructive scratching habits that she has previously engaged in.”

5 Responses to “Cat Toy Review: SmartCat Peek-A-Prize Cat Toy Box”

  1. Lynne says:

    That cat actually looks like he/she is studying the problem! :)

  2. dog collar addict says:

    i think that’s a great pic! the cat actually looks like it’s thinking!!

  3. Jessica, leo's mom says:

    We have this toy and put food into it sometimes to keep our boys challenged and for our own entertainment. It’s a great toy for everyone.

  4. 2CatMom says:

    My ’smart’ cat looked at it, reached in, pulled out his favorite toy, looked at me with the “duh” look and walked away. Once in while he will pull out all the other toys.

    My pretty smart cat (or maybe the smarter cat) understands that this is Entertainment. She will intentionally try to get her favorites from the side they are furthest from.

    Like most toys, the charm has worn off over the years. I probably need to get some new catnip toys and see if this will reinterest them in it.

  5. AZSue says:

    I created this toy for my cats over 20 years ago! I took two very strong, square boxes, put one inside the other and cut holes in the top box and put in a couple of ping pong balls. Cost=$0 ( I used old ping pong balls I already had)

    Bottom line: All a cat needs is a paper bag, or a box and a ping pong ball.


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