In the wild, cats aren't fed kibble in decorative bowls every day—they work for every meal. With the Senses 2.0 Food Tree by Catit, you can awaken your kitty's senses and satisfy his instinct to hunt and forage for snacks. He'll move his kibble from the top of the tree to the dish at the bottom, pawing through the side openings to "hunt" for more pieces. His food will wind up in the spill-free dish every time, so he gets his food and you get spared from cleanup duty. With its round, stabilizing base, this tree is very difficult to knock over, and the narrow hole on the top prevents your cat from cheating. It's the purr-fect solution for cats who eat too quickly because it forces them to slow down. Your hungry cat will paw out smaller portions at a healthy place, plus he'll have fun doing it.
Stimulates your kitty physically and mentally while encouraging his hunting instincts.
Encourages cats to slow down while eating by making food-gathering a challenge.
Can be rotated to 3 different size settings to allow for different kibble sizes—it also works for treats.
Base doubles as a no-spill dish that resists messes while ensuring your pet has a comfortable place to eat.
Easy for pet parents to take apart and clean—just hand-wash the Food Tree with natural soap and rinse thoroughly.
If your kitty snarfs his food, I highly recommend this tree. It slows them down and provides some fun. The kitties can paw through openings as the food falls down inside the maze, or they can pull food out the sides. Either way, it slows them down and provides a fun time. The tree is very stable and the food mostly is eaten off the tray at the bottom. I highly recommend this product - and so do my kitties!
I love it, the cats love it, win-win!
on Nov 13, 2020
just got this today and i already love it! "assembly" was as easy as snapping 2 pieces together. once i showed my two 6 month old kittens how it worked and they picked up on it immediately! they seem to have a blast running around in circles batting the food out with each other and i'm having a blast watching them do it!! also the box it comes with was a nice bonus too! it has a spot you can cut out to make a little fort for your kitty :)
Messy with round kibble
on Nov 15, 2020
Do not use this if you currently, or may in the future, feed round kibble. It works well with oblong kibble, but round kibble just bounces everywhere. Also, if your kitty is robust, s/he may just body slam it to get the kibble to fall in clusters, rather than taking the time to reach in and paw food out. It has not slowed our cats' feeding frenzy down one bit, which was the intent when we bought 2 of them.
The missing element
on Oct 29, 2020
My cat is a dry food fiend. She would see a normal bowl and just go to town, eating every little niblbet of food. But the puzzle bowl fixed that right up. From the moment I opened the box, set it on the table, and she was eating took less than a minute. She figured it out within seconds. And even better, she doesn't overeat! The eating is paced out, she's stimulated, and I can leave the bowl out dying work without worrying about her overeating. Not for all cats, but energetic and curious cats would be all over this!
Glad I Bought This!
on Oct 8, 2020
I have 3 indoor cats, 2 of which are overweight and eat very fast. For the past few months they would eat their food so fast that they would turn around and throw it up, and the kibble would still be in full size pieces! They weren’t even chewing it! You’d think that they were starving but the bowls I had out were ALWAYS full and they love the food! So I read up on ways to slow them down and to help them lose weight. Research told me to find something interactive and to get rid of bowl feeding, and then I came across this. I have only had it a few days and it took the 2 cats a day or so to figure out how to use it. BUT once they did, they were forced to slow down because they have to grab theI have 3 indoor cats, 2 of which are overweight and eat very fast. For the past few months they would eat their food so fast that they would turn around and throw it up, and the kibble would still be in full size pieces! They weren’t even chewing it! You’d think that they were starving but the bowls I had out were ALWAYS full and they love the food! So I read up on ways to slow them down and to help them lose weight. Research told me to find something interactive and to get rid of bowl feeding, and then I came across this. I have only had it a few days and it took the 2 cats a day or so to figure out how to use it. BUT once they did, they were forced to slow down because they have to grab the kibble and let it fall on the tray. Only a few pieces fall at a time so it definitely slows them down and they don’t stuff their face as much. The only issue I have seen is when I fill it, a portion of the kibble falls down to the bottom/out of the tree and onto the tray. But once that’s all eaten they are forced to use their paws. I hope over time I can see a difference and for the passed 3 days there has been no cat puke! (They were throwing up at least once a day). I will just have to wait and see how this works but I recommend it so far!… more
Cat's want NOTHING to do with this thing.
on Oct 6, 2020
Super cheapy contraption worth about $5. IT has 3 size holes on the inside that when even on the smallest hole size is HUGE. I wanted to use it to control how fast one kid eats and how much the other kids eats. Both want nothing to do with this thing.
I really liked the concept but it just doesn't work for my cats. It's been a week and I've tried everything to coax them into using it. Still nothing, sigh :( Maybe it works for some but still doesn't explain the cheap quality. BTW this has a very large footprint.
on Oct 10, 2020
I got this, hoping that my one older cat would slow down while eating, reducing vomit piles around the house. My kitten ended up playing with it more, but I haven’t noticed them playing with it, except for the first week, since I bought it a few weeks ago. It’s super cute and I can see it working for some cats, just not mine. They prefer the other catit feeder (with the cups).
If it's too hard, remove some levels
on Oct 11, 2020
Our cat initially walked away from it, but after making it easier by removing all but the bottom level he started using it. He often stretches out his meals over an hour or so but cleans it up eventually. Hoping to add back in more levels to increase difficulty later.
on Sep 10, 2020
Our son bought this for his cats and we were intrigued. We have one cat who eats way to fast and makes himself sick. This has slowed his eating dramatically. We were worried that he wouldn’t figure it out but he has done great with it. We never had to worry about him with it. They both enjoy it. The only thing that I could say is the food makes noise as they get it to the bottom. It doesn’t both us and we know he is eating then
Slows my Sunny Cat down!
on Aug 27, 2020
My darling cat was eating way too quickly and getting sick all over the place as a result. She was gaining weight and this feeder resulted in her eating less (still active and happy, no worries!). I will eventually get used to the sound of the kibble plinking on the base, but it is much better than the sound of a cat puking!