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.
We bought this for mental stimulation for our only kitten to keep her on her toes. She gets fed from a silver platter during the week, but on weekends the coach turns into a pumpkin and the princess has to work for her food! It did take her a while to figure it out though. She is pretty gentle with it and does not knock it over, but it seems stable and screws into the base well. It also took me a while to figure out how to easily get the food out quickly without mess and clean it... duh, the top peels off and inner tiers rotate and come out. Who’s smarter- the cat or the human??!!
Slows my big boy down
on Sep 8, 2019
We had another one of these interactive eaters for our 18 lb kitty because he would eat so fast that he would throw up all of his food afterwords. Well, he got too good at the previous one so we needed to give him a new challenge. This one was a bit too challenging for him at first but you can remove two of the inside levels to make it easier if you wish. I removed the top one(for now) and he has been doing great!
Great design, cats love it!
on Sep 9, 2019
This was the best $20 I’ve spent in awhile. We have two newer rescues-one kitten and one 5 yr old. The 5 yr old has some anxiety and this feeder keeps him occupied and stimulated. He looks forward to his “play time” everyday. The kitten who has a tendency towards bullying the older one, just sits and patiently waits for her turn at the tower. Every once and awhile they share it, but it’s rare. Of all the feeding puzzles we’ve tried, this one was worth every penny!
on Sep 3, 2019
My kitten very quickly took to the tree. Watching her circle, swat, circle, stand, and swipe was very entertaining, so I'd say this feeder is stimulating to us both. Very pleased with this purchase. Seems very "user friendly" for the cat seeing as she took no time at all adjusting to it. The size of the base makes it seem very sturdy. I'm waiting to see if she will knock it down as she uses it. 10/10 recommend, especially if you're a one-cat household.
on Aug 31, 2019
This feeder helped my twelve year old twenty-five pound cat lose five pounds in about four months. It also makes him much more pleasant to live with as he no longer begs for the next meal; there's always food in the tower. He no longer makes himself sick by scarfing down his food. I highly recommend for the cat who eats out of boredom.
This one's a winner!
on Aug 10, 2019
I bought this to keep one of my cats occupied when it's his turn to be locked in his bedroom overnight because he and one of my boyfriend's cats don't get along. It wound up being a hit with all of them! We've tried feeder balls before that roll under things and get lost or are a pain to fill. This easily fills from the top and stays in place. I've only used it for treats, but it would be a great feeder for a single cat or household where one wasn't likely to get way more out of it than anyone else. 5 stars!
Cat tree, slow feeder
on Aug 30, 2019
This product it great. After 2 weeks, our 3 cats have not figured out. I got this slow feeder so at least 2 of the cats could eat from it at the same time. I have confident they will figure it out. The slow feeder seems to help our cat that doesn’t chew his food and throws up alll,
The kids love it
on Jul 21, 2019
Bought this both to help my kids (cats) pace their eating & get some extra stimulation. I put ½ their breakfast kibble on their plates & the other ½ in the hopper, or if I'm going to be out during their dinnertime, I fill the hopper with two meals' worth during their daily siesta - that way they only discover it once they're hungry & looking for noms. It definitely keeps my big boy from eating too much+too fast! I had the problem of them knocking it over a couple times at first - I recommend placing it in a corner or against a wall. But other than that, it's been wonderful!!
Both cats enjoy
on Aug 22, 2019
Bought this for senior cat as a means to add enjoyment and mental as well as physical activity. She has figured it out in no time and cries when it is empty. Younger cat thinks it is simply a toy with added bonus of food falling out. I was skeptical this would work but am very pleased.
on Aug 17, 2019
This is a great puzzle feeder. The kittens love it! Only had to show them once how to retrieve the food. I also use the treat egg seen in the picture. It is a great way to stimulate their natural hunting instinct, provide enrichment activities and get cute videos.