Catit Senses 2.0 Cat Digger Slow Feeder

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Bowl & Storage FeatureBPA-Free, Lead-Free, Tip-ResistantNon-Skid, Dishwasher-Safe, BPA-Free...Non-Skid, Elevated, Dishwasher-SafeNon-Skid, Elevated, Dishwasher-SafeNon-Skid, BPA-Free, Dishwasher-Safe
MaterialPlasticPlasticCeramic, Steel, MetalCeramic, WoodCeramic
LifestageAdultAdultKittenKittenAdult
Assembly RequiredNoNoNoNoNo
Capacity (Max)0.5-cup0.50 Cup; 4 oz0.50 Cup; 4 oz1.5 Cups/12 OZ
Toy TypeTreat Dispensers, Games & Puzzles
PatternGraphicGraphic

About This Item

  • Outfitted with 5 tubes of varying heights and widths, the slow-feeding system plays on your kitty’s natural instinct to dig and paw out smaller portions of food.
  • Smart design encourages your cat to work for his food.
  • Can be used for mealtime or the smart doling out of treats.
  • The tubes have rounded bottoms, making clean-up easy.
  • The Catit Senses 2.0 Cat Digger is perfect as a stand-alone system or easily integrated with the Catit Senses 2.0 product line.


Questions & Answers

9 Customer Questions


My cat was declawed when I got her but I wonder if that would affect her ability to use this feeder?
Answer by ChewyJan 01, 2020
This feeder can be used by declawed cats.

can this be used when you have to be away for a few days?
Answer by ChewyFeb 04, 2021
This slow feeder cannot be used while you are away as it only holds enough food for one feeding.

Are the blue tubes removable?
Answer by ChewyNov 18, 2020
The tubes are removeable for cleaning.

Would this work as well for wet food?
Answer by ChewyNov 25, 2019
This feeder is intended to be used with dry kibble or treats.


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173 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By KarenK on Nov 9, 2022

Works really well

We were free-feeding kibble, and one of my cats had a tendency to gulp it down, then barf it up later. Since we got the Slow Feeder and he's had to work at it to get the kibble, that has stopped. It does need to be cleaned pretty regularly because the cats leave crumbs all over it. I also took a while to figure out that the best way to fill it was to dip one the food holders into the kibble bag rather than poor or use my hands to put kibble into the holders. But I'm pretty happy with this product.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By VRyan on Nov 10, 2022

Works Exactly as It Should

This was purchased originally for my disabled older cat who inhales his food but doesn't move around much. It only took him a couple days to figure out and now he eats more slowly and has lost some ounces. Having three legs he cannot be over weight or his joints suffer. Also, the foster kittens seem to enjoy digging their meals out of this.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By BeanNewsletter on Jun 24, 2022

Amazing Product- Would buy again purfection!

My cat used to be a barn cat that hunted for each meal so every time we gave her food she would scarf it down then be hungry for the rest of the day. We got this not knowing what to expect but she took to it right away! It slows her wayyy down and challenges her. The cups are removable for easy clean up. She also paces herself throughout the day so she is not constantly hungry. The rubber mat did come bent up but after a week it flattened back out so no big deal. Make sure when you first assemble it you get the white part into the groove of the rubber mat or it won't work too well. Anyways I highly reccomend this to anyone who wants their cats to slow down eating. I would buy this again no question!


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Jess on Aug 12, 2022

Overall good

This feeder is good to keep my cat stimulated while eating. I did take a star off because he pretty easily figured out how to pick up the cups with his teeth and dump them on the floor. I actually started putting the food right in the holes instead of the cups and this has been more challenging to him. I think I might Velcro the cups on the bottom eventually to make it harder for him. Overall still a good buy!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Arya on Oct 17, 2022

Fun to play with

This slows down food or treat consumption and makes for a little mental stimulation for my cats.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Beth on Jul 5, 2022

Not impressed

1. The rubber mat doesn't stay in place, so the cat moves the tray all over the room. 2. The color of the plastic cups is such that the cat can't see the treats and they are long enough so they can't even smell them. 3. My cat eventually figured it out, but it took a week before he finally got it.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Vicki on Aug 7, 2022

A little exercise

My vet suggested a toy to help my cat move more and this toy is perfect! It’s so cute watching my cat work at getting a few pieces of food out at a time. It’s a fun game for him!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Blanca on Oct 22, 2022

Loves it a bunch

My kitty loves it. Put treats in every morning and she loves getting them out.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Linda on Aug 20, 2022

My cats love it!

My two cats quickly figured out how to scoop out treats from the Cat Digger Slow Feeder cups. They enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed watching them!


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By AmyM on Jul 6, 2022

They use it!

While searching for a solution to Scarf and Barf, we bought a couple of slow feeders. It look a while for them to take to this one, but now that we've had it a bit, they both seem to have adapted to it. Our only complaint is that now they cry when ONE of the five bowls is empty.