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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.
|Dimensions||12 x 12 x 13.8 inches|
|Bowl & Storage Feature||BPA-Free, Lead-Free, Tip-Resistant, Portion Control|
|Compatible Food||Dry Food|
†Capacity is calculated by total volume. When using container, choose a capacity greater than what you need to prevent overfilling and spills.
Use warm water and soap to clean. Dry clean before next use.
|Capacity (Ounces)||Bowl Diameter||Bowl Depth||Overall Height|
|1-cup||12 inches||12 inches||13.8 inches|
It took quite some time for my cats to adjust to it but it is so cute to watch them play with it. They will absolutely not use it for food but they will for treats. You win some you lose some. The only reason I’m giving it 3 instead of 5 starts is because it’s very easy to knock over and to take the top piece off of the bottom. Other than that I think it’s cute!!!
This is a great way to feed my cat. It seems to entertain him and is a bit challenging without being frustrating. It is very stable and does not get knocked over or pushed around on the floor. Doesn't spill.
My cat got used to his slow eater bowl and started inhaling his dry food again and would puke it back up. I saw this in a pet store on vacation and thought it would be worth the try! It has worked so well so far! No more puking the dry food! The cat can feed himself now! I just put in his scoop for the day in in the morning and throughout the day he can come get food when he's hungry. The tower requires your cat to stick a paw in and knock the food to the bottom, so its also mentally stimulating. Great design, well made, and it looks easy to clean. I have not tired cleaning it yet
Great concept. My biggest cat LOVES food. She learned very quickly how to grab food from the dispenser and scoop it right into her mouth. The 2 other cats had no chance other then the food that was being dropped . Again, great ckcepr if you don't have a fat cat Lol :)
I like it BUT I wish the base was flat or they bowl wasnt so close to the device. For bigger cats it makes it harder to eat from the bowl. If I could buy an extra base that was just flat that would be great
Only one of my cats understands how to use this, but the reservoir at the bottom can be filled up for my other cats to use. It still slows their eating down which has decreased their vomiting.
I had a self-feeder for my cat, but he would sit all day and eat until he got sick. With this food tree, he eats a little at a time and gets discouraged, moving onto something new instead of gorging himself.
Was recommended by a cat behavior specialist who was against 'free feeding' in general. Have 3 cats, only one seems to be food motivated, and she's the chubby one. The other two barely eat. This tower was only interesting to one cat (not the chubby one). There needs to be a silicone ring at the bottom, otherwise food just bounces all over the floor. And I agree with other users who said they think the food gets stale, and they lose interest quickly. Will try baiting with other foods. Otherwise, its just an expensive donation.
I wanted this to work especially to. help my one cat lose some weight. My Tippy had no clue what to do even after I showed him how to get the piees down to the tray. Everyone else makes a wide circle around it as if they are afraid. For me, it was a waste of money but it may be good for others.
This thing is amazing and was my first venture into using puzzle feeders with my cat. It allows me to “free” feed without worrying that he’s going to eat all his food in 10 min. There’s different settings for difficulty and I throw in some treats to keep him motivated to knock them down. The structure is solid and have only had him tip the whole thing once. It also comes apart easy to soak/wash every week, though I’d stick to hand wash the dishwasher might melt the plastic! It can be loud and obnoxious if you use it as a way to free feed because suddenly at 4am you’ll here your cat knocking down new bits of food lol however my little idiot has mastered being a bum and doing this while laying down, he says it’s a 10/10