PetSafe SlimCat Interactive Feeder

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Description

  • Item Number
    63607
  • Bowl Feature
    Portion Control
  • Material
    Plastic

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

  • Helps fight feline obesity by encouraging play
  • Improved digestion by giving smaller portion sizes
  • Reduces excessive meowing due to boredom
  • Dishwasher safe

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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 113 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Decent product Even my lovable, dumb, food obsessed boy has been able to figure out this product. I was worried that he wouldn't be able to figure it out (love him, but he isn't a very bright cat), but after only a little while of batting it around for him on the easy setting, he got the hang of it. The only improvement I would make would be to make it bigger so it doesn't get lost under furniture. I put 1/4 cup of dry food in it before I go to bed in hopes that he doesn't wake me up before my alarm clock for food (doesn't always work, sometimes he plays with it until it is empty immediately), but it does help many nights. It is just frustrating to search for the ball to fill each evening. Sometimes it ends up in the strangest places (like in the trash can 2' off the ground). Not really a workout for him, but it does force him to eat slowly and move a little more. Worth the buy since it isn't very expensive. July 14, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Duh? My cat gets that there is kibble in the ball but thinks I am needed to push it around and release the kibble. If I leave the house the ball stays exactly where I left it. It is a good idea but is my cat just a bit slow? Any suggestions? September 12, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by My cat enjoys this toy! My cat's not fat, but he is a real challenge when it comes to toys he'll play with by himself. Bribing him with treats totally does the trick. He'll bat this around for a minute or two and get the little treats out. September 8, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by My cat loved it! My cat needs to loose some weight. Ive got her stretching and then racing around the apartment. I've now cut back on her food in a tower. She learned to knock it over to get the food off other levels. She loves to knock a ball around so this item fits her play style. She pushes it with her nose but primarily swats it and she follows and eats the kibble. August 23, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Cats didn't use these Maybe the large size intimidated my cats, but they did not play with these to get the kibble. August 25, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love this product My cat LOVES this product ! For rescue cats i would recommend this highly. July 25, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Depends on the Cat One of my kitties loves this thing. She is very food-motivated, so getting treats out of a ball she pushes around with her nose is right up her alley. Unfortunately my other cat doesn't get it.. he moves it with his nose once or twice and if nothing comes out, he's bored.. so I try to move it for him or set it up so that a treat will fall out when he just moves it once.. however after he takes the easy treat and can't get it to reproduce the result after one push with his nose.... he gives up. Maybe it's because he's young, maybe he just thinks he has better things to do like napping and playing then spending his time trying to get a treat reward.. whatever it is.. he just doesn't get it like my other cat does. Besides the cat personality issues, I would like the holes to be more diffused around the surface, and not in a single plane around the ball. That way if the ball falls sidesways instead of straight, there is still a chance some treats will fall out (may help with my other kitties ambition to use this thing).. there needs to be a super super easy setting April 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 days and they are hooked! It took 3 days of me being the only one to bat it around, but they watched and learned. After that, I noticed them pawing at it and getting their dry food. It's a nice way to make them work for their food. It doesn't result in them being that much more active, but slows their feeding time with dry food. June 7, 2016
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