We love that this feeder is created by veterinarians with a purpose of improving your cat's overall health. Developed for precise food administration. Fabric is easy to clean. Customers report significant improvement in their cats' health.
Some cats may not take to it.
Works great for dry food. Tests your cat's instincts as he or she must work to eat. Sturdy enough for big cats that like to lounge on available objects. Customers report their cats take instantly to this combined feeder and puzzle.
May not hold up to cats that have an appetite for cardboard.
We love that this feeder is designed for small paws. Won't snag as your cat swipes for its food. Tubes will activate your cat's senses. Works great for multiple cats with varying appetites.
The feeder may need to be modified to first appeal to your cat.
With a heavy base, this feeder is engineered to create a timed eating experience that works especially for those cats that wolf down food. Features plastic spikes that look like grass. Customers appreciate that it's easy to clean. Works for cats of all ages and conditions.
While some cats may lose weight, it's not designed for weight loss.
Interactive cat feeders, aka puzzle feeders, are perfect for cats who are bored and in need of a challenge. These feeders play off your pet’s instinct to hunt and play with their food, and they are a great way for overweight cats to slow down their food intake. When shopping for an interactive feeder, you should try to find one that is easy to clean. Try to buy one with a heavy base or a sturdy construction, both of which can limit a cat’s ability to destroy it. Due to the space needs of these, you may have a hard time trying to keep a dog away from them. The majority of these also only work with dry kibble-type food.
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