My Intelligent Pets 2 Towers puzzle game is a brain game and interactive toy for pets—for dogs, cats and FERRETS, as evidenced by Feykn in the photo above.
This review is for ferrets, but most of the information, pros and cons apply to other pets as well. My Intelligent Pets 2 Towers puzzle game is a challenging game that requires skill, curiosity and determination—all qualities ferrets possess in abundance. The difficulty level varies from 1 to 4 by adding and removing the number of pieces. The game challenge can be increased up to 33 tasks.
How to Play
Step 1: Hide treats and/or small toys in a variety of places in the game.
Step 2: Let your ferret explore the game. She may or may not find a toy or treat on her own. If she doesn’t find one and starts to get bored, show her where one of the surprises is waiting. She’ll soon understand what the game’s about.
Step 3: Watch your ferret explore and find rewards.
- Lots of nooks and crannies to explore
- Adjustable levels provide different challenges and keep ferrets interested
- Distraction from unwanted behaviors
- Can use treats or small toys to entice ferrets
- Encourages natural instincts and behaviors
- Sturdy construction
- Lots of small pieces, which can be carried off by ferrets
- “My Intelligent Dog s” is printed on the game
- A bit pricy at around $47
Weight:” 7 pounds
My Intelligent Pets 2 Towers Puzzle Game— Interactive Toy Review for Ferrets: Summary
If you’re looking for something to keep your ferret entertained, this 2 Towers Puzzle Game may be just what you’re looking for! Just be sure to always keep an eye on your ferret while playing and provide only healthy treats and toys to search for.
Your comments are welcome
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Ferret Stuffed Animals
Find Your Favorite
If you love ferrets, you probably love ferret-themed stuff. I know I do!
So if you want to cuddle with your ferret and your ferret isn’t a cuddler, here is the next best thing–ferret stuffed animals! I feel that you are never too old for stuffed animals! Plus, if you have a ferret or are a ferret lover, you don’t have to worry that someone might question why a grown woman or man has a stuffed animal. Everyone will think it’s normal because you love ferrets. Personally, I have quite a few ferret stuffed animals. Ok, more than a few!
Ferret stuffed animals are not something you see every day, unlike other pet stuffed animals –cats, dogs, bunnies… I have had many people ask me where I found my stuffed ferrets. To help you find a ferret stuffed animal to call your own, I have compiled a diverse selection of ferret stuffed animals that should suit a variety of tastes. There are black-footed ferrets, hand-sculpted ferrets, ferret puppets and even ferrets with an online counterpart! Continue reading Ferret Stuffed Animals—Find Your Favorite
OurPets Catty Whack Toy–Review for Ferrets
OurPets Catty Whack Toy is actually intended for cats. But that doesn’t mean ferrets can’t enjoy it too!
Ferrets and cats have a lot in common. One big similarity is that cats and ferrets have hunting instincts that they like to use when playing. Another similarity is, like cats, ferrets sleep a lot. But, when they are awake they need to be active and expend all that energy they store up while sleeping. Cats and ferrets both need mental stimulation from play to keep from being bored and to fulfill their hunting instincts. Physical activity from play keeps pets physically fit and enriches their quality of life. More than just exercise, playing also relieves anxiety, stress, and boredom. We all know what happens when a ferret gets bored and starts looking around for something fun to do!
OurPets Catty Whack Toy–Review for Ferrets
OurPets Catty Whack Toy is an unpredictable motion and sound game where hunting instincts are activated in play. This interactive toy is specifically designed to encourage independent play. It’s a type of hide & seek action game with a fast-moving feather wand that peeks out randomly from different places. The erratic movement of the teaser keeps your ferret’s attention as he tries to figure out which of the 6 holes the teaser is going to peek out of next.
Other features included a chirping/squeaking sound that your ferret may find interesting. It has a carpeted top so your ferret has a soft place to plan his attack from above. The bottom of OurPets Catty Whack Toy has 4 non-skid rubber feet, which keep the toy from sliding around as your ferret plays. There is an automatic shut off that turns the toy off after 10 minutes–probably long enough for most ferrets’ attention span. The dimensions are 10” x 4” x 10” and it takes 4 “C” batteries–not included.
OurPets Catty Whack Toy–Review for Ferrets
- Unique interactive toy
- Stimulates natural hunting instincts
- Encourages independent play
- Unpredictable feather teaser movement
- Multiple ferrets can play at the same time
- Auto-shut off
- Carpeted top
- Non-skid rubber feet
- A replacement feather wand tip is included and you can purchase additional ones
- Feather teaser can come out if ferret catches it and pulls it hard enough
- Some ferrets may decide to pull the entire toy around by the feather
- Can’t turn off sound
- Can’t adjust time for auto shut off
- Supervising play recommend
Ourpets Catty Whack Toy–Review for Ferrets
OurPets Catty Whack Toy may be a great option for ferret parents looking for a unique ferret toy where hunting instincts are activated in play. Like cats, ferrets are intrigued by the erratic movement of the teaser and have fun trying to catch it. Because the feather teaser can be pulled out if your ferret catches it and pulls hard enough, supervising your ferret while playing is recommended.
Get your OurPets Catty Whack Toy HERE.
Your comments are welcome.
DIY Ferret Toys
Ferrets are always looking for fun, but sometimes what they see as fun is dangerous or destructive or both. As ferret parents, we are always trying to come up with new ways to safely entertain our fur babies.
Sometimes we need to think outside the box (or cage) to discover new ideas for ferret toys. DIY ferret toys can be a creative and fun way to give your ferrets new experiences.
DIY Ferret Toys—Swinging Fun!
One DIY idea is to “make” your ferret a swing. I say “make” because there is little, if anything, you actually need to put together. There are lots of hanging hammocks and other bedding that can be attached to the top of a ferret cage and hang down. But what about a swing? A fellow ferret parent had this idea and I thought I would share it with you. Continue reading DIY Ferret Toys—Swinging Fun
Ferret Toys—Rumba For Ferrets
Did you know you can have your floors vacuumed and entertain your ferret at the same time?
Ferrets need a lot of attention and lots of different toys and fun experiences so they don’t get bored. As ferret parents, we are always on the lookout for new ferret toys and things we think our ferrets will have fun with while distracting them from having fun with our things (socks, slippers, pens, remotes…)
The problem is, ferrets have a short attention span. They may play with a toy for a little while or may just stash their toys in one of their favorite hiding places.
Some interactive toys or self-moving toys keep a ferret’s attention longer. One of my ferrets loves her walking toy kitty She bounces at it as it moves until she knocks it over. I have to keep standing it up so it continues to walk and she continues to jump at it.
Another one of my ferrets loves to play with water, so she has a lot of fun with her Catit Flower Water Fountain.
These interactive ferret toys are great and many ferrets love to play with them. Some ferrets, however, play with a toy for a short period of time and then lose interest in it and never play with the toy again.
Many of us spoil our ferrets and although we may be disappointed that the newest ferret toys we brought home did not impress our fur babies, we are all too eager to try something else. You can’t beat the joy of watching a ferret play–it never gets old! Continue reading Entertain Your Ferret with Unusual Ferret Toys: Rumba For Ferrets
Are there Actually Ferret Playpens?
Playpens are not just for toddlers and puppies! Ferret playpens are gaining popularity.
If you have a ferret (or 2 or 6), you know that they can get into lots of trouble when left unattended. However, it may not always be practical to keep an eye on your ferret while they’re out of the cage—especially if you have more than one. Ferrets are often bored in their cage and just sleep. Or they may get determined to break out. One of my ferrets, Toby, likes to grab onto the rungs of the cage door and pull and shake it with all his might, trying to escape.
Ferrets need plenty of time out of their cages in order to be happy and healthy.
One way to provide your ferrets with playtime is to use a ferret playpen. Although a ferret playpen is not a substitution for one-on-one playtime for you and your ferret, it can add a new and fun experience for your ferret. The right playpen can provide a safe and confined area for your ferret to play, relax and nap. Ferret playpens can serve a variety of functions such as a portable, confined area when traveling and a safe way to be outdoors. Continue reading Ferret Playpens—What to Look for