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.
This product does not work if the dry catfood kibble (blue buffalo) is small. If small, cats need not work for food as intended. Dispenses very easily. Hence my cats over ate. Plus, did tip over (i would guess from light weight of catfood)
description needs to include works depending on size of kibble.
I ordered 3. Only received 2 but was refunded promptly. The other I gave away & her cats love it. I'll try mine again if I ever use a bigger kibble. All in all, very good concept
on May 11, 2020
After using this with my 6 year old cat Lily she loved it. It performed well as far as getting her to slow down when eating. However after about two weeks she began to develop a limp with her left front leg. That was usually the leg/paw she used to get the food out. We didn't use the feeder for a week and the limp went away. Just to test if it might be the problem we tried it again 2 different times. Both times the limp came back, and then went away when we stopped using it for a few days. The limp was intermittent like arthritis. Cute idea but now we can't use it.
Cats won't use it!
on May 17, 2020
The vet advised me to get one of these puzzle feeders for an overweight cat. Even when it's full of food he sits and waits for me to fill his regular bowl. I have other cats and they only paid attention when I added treats into it, but that's not going to help with losing weight! Unfortunately, although the concept looked good, it was a waste of money.
Fun way for my cat to eat!
on May 8, 2020
This works really well for scarf and barf cats! It took about 2 days for her to figure it out and I'd stick her paw in there and hit the food out so she'd figure it out. She knows how to use it and likes it now, and she has not thrown up since!
This really helps because my cat likes to eat at the same time I feed my dog, but I was leaving her food out so she'd end up eating too much and too fast. She's a very playful cat so I think she definitely likes it.
I love this thing and my cat does too!
on May 20, 2020
This feeder is pretty cool looking. My cat was leery at first but after a couple of days, it is getting used. She seems to be challenged by it, and always eats the pieces when she gets them out. It makes a noise like she's playing plinko, and I rather like the sound of it.
So far it is a hit
on Apr 14, 2020
I have a giant cat who wakes me up if his food bowl is running half empty. Tough to put him on a diet so I bought this hoping it will help. So far it seems to be perfect. I can sneak extra food to my other cat while he naps but when he wants to eat, it is a challenge. Sent my update to a friend and thought I would share with others about his approval so far!:)
Exactly What We Needed
on Apr 9, 2020
My cat was gaining a bit of weight, and she was eating so fast that she would throw her food up (she was a stray before the humane society found her). This was like a gift from kitty god. She is now a perfectly healthy weight, no longer throws up, and it's fairly easy to use and clean. She did not like it at first cause it's extra work, but she used it once she realized it was that or nothing. We love it!
on Mar 27, 2020
My cats simply love this, and I can't believe how much it has improved their eating habits. They are now eating much more dry cat food than they ever did before i bought them this kind of dry container. It's much more fun for them without keeping a lot out to get stale. Plus I can create a whole play area just for them with all the Senses Catit items. I just love the whole idea.
Active yet loud
on Apr 21, 2020
This feeder is great because it gets my cat active to get his food. On the other hand it is quite noisy when food falls, food bounces out all over, and the dispenser slides along our floor. I keep forgetting to add hot glue to the bottom to keep it from sliding and hopefully absorb some of the bounce.
Cat doesn't seem to get it ... Going to keep trying
on Mar 7, 2020
I've had this for a few weeks now and I'm mostly putting the food into the bowl directly, which is a little too small for my cat's big head. My cat loves to reach his paw into his automatic feeder to get food out but somehow doesn't get that's all he has to do that with this thing also. I'm trying to be patient with him. He loves playing with crumpled up paper so I put that in the feeder to see if he'd get it out. It worked and he knocked some food down at the same time, but he's not putting it together it seems. He will headbutt the feeder when he wants food. I guess because it's easier?