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Frisco Double Stainless Steel Dog & Cat Bowl with Silicone Mat, Light Gray, 1.75 Cups

Frisco Double Stainless Steel Dog & Cat Bowl with Silicone Mat, Light Gray, 1.75 Cups

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    Totally Recommend it

    By Lilly on May 4, 2022

    I have 2 elder cats that have few teeth & have quite difficult time with grasping food... I saw this dish & decided the lower the dish the easier to grab food ... I bought it for 1 cat & she's def eating much better.. I'll def be purchasing another 1 !!! It's also very easy to clean !!! The silicone I have 2 elder cats that have few teeth & have quite difficult time with grasping food... I saw this dish & decided the lower the dish the easier to grab food ... I bought it for 1 cat & she's def eating much better.. I'll def be purchasing another 1 !!! It's also very easy to clean !!! The silicone tray is so Kool ! Easy to clean... I totally recommend this dish to anyone who has elder cats Or small dogs that have difficulty chewing.... … more

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    Cat still messes with it

    By Amanda on May 4, 2022

    We have one cat that plays with her water bowl. We have tried various "stands" that didn't help; she gets her paws under the bowl and that blows her mind and it's even worse. We thought we solved the problem with larger dog bowls. They were too big to scoot and she would only occasionally play in the We have one cat that plays with her water bowl. We have tried various "stands" that didn't help; she gets her paws under the bowl and that blows her mind and it's even worse. We thought we solved the problem with larger dog bowls. They were too big to scoot and she would only occasionally play in the water. Well, she started anew with playing in the water every day so I went back to the drawing board. This should have worked in theory but she manages to get her little nails under the bowl lip and makes a huge mess. I can't figure out what her fascination is. My next idea is to try to find an all-in-one item in this shape so that it's too big to scoot but no bowl comes out to get under. Maybe some binder clips on this one to keep the bowl attached to the silicone? It's too bad because I love stainless steel for cleanliness (I would never use a plastic bowl). The silicone portion is the best placemat yet for catching kibbles. Way better than the other two I've bought specifically for the pet bowl area, and way better than the cheapie ones meant for human kids I was buying at big box stores before that. It even keeps most of the water in place when she makes a mess unless she really manages to upturn it. Haven't seen anything like this elsewhere online and it does seem to work for other messy kitties. I just have an extra special one. … more

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