Cat Bowls & Dishes

Mealtime means a lot to your cat. And don't forget, presentation matters. Make cat chow more captivating with cat bowls, dishes, cat slow feeders and more from Chewy. No one knows how to make mealtime fun for cats like Chewy. Shop Chewy for the best cat feeding bowls for you and your pet. Cat bowls and feeders come in a wide range of styles with varying functionalities to meet your cat's needs and your individual style. Explore bowls, storage options, automatic feeders, water pumps, placemats, on-the-go water bottles and so much more—all aimed at making feeding your cat and supplying fresh water simple, safe and fun. Chewy carries top cat food bowls brands like Bergan, Loving Pets and Petmate. If your pretty kitty can't stand basic cat dishes, shop specialty kitten food bowls on like K&H Thermo-Kitty Café Bowls. With K&H thermo cat feeding bowls your furry friend can enjoy their food and water no matter how cold it may be. The easy to remove stainless steel bowls are dishwasher safe, for easy clean up. The heated base is thermostatically controlled and energy efficient. For the kitty who likes to play with her food, make mealtime fun with a PetRageous designs cat water bowl or cat water dish. PetRageous Designs are fun, unique and playful. Make mealtime less of a chore with a cat bowl stand. Cat bowl stands make it easier for your cuddly kitty to enjoy a quick snack or meal-on-the-go. Set up an official cat feeding station with a cat water dispenser. Cat water dispensers are great for ensuring your feline friend gets the water they need when they want it so you can keep your cat hydrated and happy even when you're away. Chewy has everything you need to make chow time fun for your feline friend. Shop top cat dishes now.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Cat Bowls & Dishes

How much does a cat bowl hold?

How much a cat food or water bowl holds will depend on which model and type of bowl you choose. Cat bowls for dry food and water tend to hold between 5 and 12 ounces, but there are many smaller and larger food and water bowls available for cats, as well. Any cat bowl you choose should hold enough that you are not having to constantly refill it, but take care not to get a bowl that is too big for your kitty, either.

Can two cats share a food bowl?

Two cats can share a food bowl, but some cats may be happier with their own individual bowls instead. If you free feed your cats dry food, one food bowl may be enough as long as it has adequate capacity. If you feed your cats wet food or if they eat smaller meals at specific times, two bowls will likely be more comfortable and prevent stressful food-hogging or stealing behaviors.

Do cats prefer bowls or dishes?

Many cats prefer food dishes over bowls because they don’t like pressure on their whiskers as they eat. Other cats prefer bowls or don’t have a preference at all. Bowls can help contain food to prevent messes, and they may make eating dry kibble easier, as well. Try both and see which one your cat seems to prefer.

Should cat bowls be elevated?

Cat bowls should be elevated if you have a cat with joint issues or trouble bending down to eat. Some cats with digestive issues may benefit from elevated bowls, too, and many healthy cats simply prefer them. Talk to your vet about whether an elevated feeding station or bowl may benefit your cat.

What is the best kind of cat bowl?

The best kind of cat bowl will be durable and easy to clean and provide easy access for your cat. Look for cat bowls made of hygienic stainless steel, ceramic, or sturdy BPA-free plastic. Dishwasher-safe cat bowls are ideal for easy care, and a non-skid design may be good for cats who tend to move their bowls while they eat or drink. Choose a bowl with the right height and a good capacity for your cat’s habits.