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PetSafe SlimCat Interactive Cat Feeder

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When your life revolves around napping in the sun, it's easy to add an extra pound or two. But the vets have spoken: 50% of American cats need to slim down! The PetSafe SlimCat Interactive Feeder lets your cat play away the pounds while working for his dinner or treats. Pack the SlimCat feeding ball with your fur baby's kibble, and it distributes an adjustable amount of food as your cat bats and pounces.

Key Benefits

  • SlimCat can be used by all cats and particularly overweight cats can benefit from the interaction
  • By providing smaller portions of food throughout the day, it helps to maintain optimum weight as well as improve your cat’s digestion
  • Improves behavioral problems such as excessive meowing, scratching or aggression
  • Holds 2/3 cup of dry food or treats
  • Dishwasher safe, BPA-free plastic

†Capacity is calculated by total volume. When using container, choose a capacity greater than what you need to prevent overfilling and spills.

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  • Item Number
    63607
  • Bowl & Storage Feature
    Portion Control, Dishwasher-Safe
  • Capacity (Max)†
    2/3-cup
  • Material
    Plastic

Instructions

Dishwasher safe, top rack

Dishwasher safe, top rack

Dishwasher safe, top rack

Dishwasher safe, top rack

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  • My cats are too fat and lazy for this?

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    I got this for my two young cats (~10 months) because they have seemed bored and have recently become destructive. Allowing them to work for their food or even treats seemed like a good way to keep them busy while I was gone. I thought the size of holes, and the adjustability was good for my cats and even my senior dog. It allowed me to put various sizes of treats inside depending on the animal and allowed me to adjust the "difficulty" level. However, the top was (apparently) to easy to get off because that's often what my cats would do to get inside. They did show interest the first few days but weren't thrilled with it as a toy or way to get food. I still fill it up once a week or so, but I got this for my two young cats (~10 months) because they have seemed bored and have recently become destructive. Allowing them to work for their food or even treats seemed like a good way to keep them busy while I was gone. I thought the size of holes, and the adjustability was good for my cats and even my senior dog. It allowed me to put various sizes of treats inside depending on the animal and allowed me to adjust the "difficulty" level. However, the top was (apparently) to easy to get off because that's often what my cats would do to get inside. They did show interest the first few days but weren't thrilled with it as a toy or way to get food. I still fill it up once a week or so, but it didn't work as I hoped. … more

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  • PetSafe Treat ball

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    We have a blue one and recently purchased 2 pink ones. One the lock was broken in shipping as the heavy litter was on it but it still works just doesn't lock in place like it the others do. Our babies like these over other treat balls we have tried. We also got one for our friends furbaby for Christmas!!

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  • Great cat toy

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    My cat Gizmo absolutely loves this toy. It is really a good deal and my cat can play with it all afternoon. I try to give him more wet than dry food so I like that he has to work for his reward of dry food or treats. The holes are pretty big, but I just realized there is a locking mechanism on this so the holes can be a lot smaller. This is a great toy. Highly recommend!

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  • No more inhaling kibble

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    Purchased this after my cat outsmarted her puzzle bowl. The holes adjust to multiple sizes so that I can ration the amount of food that comes out. My kitty doesn't get as much exercise with this as I was hoping, she sits in one place and kind of pushes it in a circle. But she not longer does the scarf and barf which was the main goal

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  • Good way to feed a cat that eats too fast

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    Our cat eats too fast and then throws up the food. We used this cat feeder and she had to bat it around on the floor for the food to come out. We gently tapped held her paw and tapped it against the ball until food fell out and then she immediately made the connection and started hitting the ball with her paw on her own. At first we made it easy and then we slowly adjusted the ball so it took her more rolls to get the food out. Works well on hard surfaces.

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  • Works for Doggies, too!

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    I have bought several of these for my 30 pound Corgi mix. Dog food for the small/medium breeds fits into this as well and comes out correctly once you pick the right settings. He's a moderate chewer and the oldest feeder is now a year old with just a few teeth marks on it - he not only chases it around the house for the food, sometimes he carries it from room to room (so extra exercise from that!). It give my guy good exercise and he can "herd" it around the house as well (Corgis are herders, and mine is no exception). Cleans well in the dishwasher, too!

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  • Great for my cat

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    My cat is a former street cat, so he is very aggressive about getting food and eats way too quickly when he gets it. This helped him slow down (and get a little exercise at the same time!) It works well for him b/c he is so motivated to get the food so it turned out to be perfect.

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  • SlimCat Interactive Cat Feeder

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    I have an overweight,senior cat who does not play anymore. I didn't think this would interest her but thought I'd try it since it is inexpensive. Someone recommended it to me. My cat does use it on a regular basis, but has discovered how to line the kibble up with the hole in the ball, so I don't think she will lose any weight from it but may stimulate her mind.

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  • My cats LOVE these -- but I lose them easily

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    These are SO great. They're perfect for beginner cats who are learning to puzzle feed. USE TAPE TO TAPE UP THE HOLES SO THAT IT'S MORE OF A CHALLENGE! With all three small holes open, this ball rolls generously enough that the food will be gone too fast. I keep the ball on the smallest hole possible, with only one that's not taped up. A tbl spoon of dry cat food will be gone in about 10-15 minutes with my smartest kitten. I prefer to feed small increments of dry food throughout the day so my cats are actively "hunting" throughout the house instead of begging and going nuts during meal time like they did before when I fed twice a day. Emphasis on SMALL increments though. I would not feed a regular These are SO great. They're perfect for beginner cats who are learning to puzzle feed. USE TAPE TO TAPE UP THE HOLES SO THAT IT'S MORE OF A CHALLENGE! With all three small holes open, this ball rolls generously enough that the food will be gone too fast. I keep the ball on the smallest hole possible, with only one that's not taped up. A tbl spoon of dry cat food will be gone in about 10-15 minutes with my smartest kitten. I prefer to feed small increments of dry food throughout the day so my cats are actively "hunting" throughout the house instead of begging and going nuts during meal time like they did before when I fed twice a day. Emphasis on SMALL increments though. I would not feed a regular portion of food in conjunction with this ball if you don't want fat kitties. This is also a decent treat ball but I'd prefer to hand treat my cats. The only problem is these are SUPER easy to lose since they can roll under couches and beds and other furniture. I have probably owned, in total, six or seven of these because they're so cheap. Currently I know I have 4-5, and have no idea where the others currently are. … more

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  • Wonderful!

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    I have three kitties, momma and two kittens. It took Matty kitten 2 days, Mikey kitten 4 days and Gracie momma 7 days. Mom had been throwing up often, and not once since I got these. I got 3 balls, filled them, put them down and spilled a bit of food around them. Each time I would walk past I would shake out a little more. Always with them watching. Just be patient. They are not eating as much, so will not be overweight. I want to keep extras on hand for when these break or wear out.

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