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Frisco Wet Food Container with Silicone Lid, 8-oz

Frisco Wet Food Container with Silicone Lid, 8-oz

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    Great cat wet food container!

    By Woooshi on Dec 27, 2021

    I like that the whole can of cat food fits in there. I never was really a big fan of the plastic lids you put on the can. Many times they just don't fit right. No problem with this container. You can see from the outside what's in there and the silicone lid is actually really "heavy" and closes very I like that the whole can of cat food fits in there. I never was really a big fan of the plastic lids you put on the can. Many times they just don't fit right. No problem with this container. You can see from the outside what's in there and the silicone lid is actually really "heavy" and closes very nicely. … more

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    Plastic, hard to clean, and flimsy

    By tallcharlie on Oct 6, 2021

    Don't waste your money on these containers. Although they look like they are made of ceramic, they are actually plastic, and thin plastic at that. If you want good pet food containers, buy a set of ceramic or glass ramekins with lids. They will be much more durable, easier to wash and sterilize, and Don't waste your money on these containers. Although they look like they are made of ceramic, they are actually plastic, and thin plastic at that. If you want good pet food containers, buy a set of ceramic or glass ramekins with lids. They will be much more durable, easier to wash and sterilize, and longer lasting. Plastic can become contaminated with bacteria that causes acne, facial sores, in cats. It's nearly impossible to avoid because plastic is very hard to sterilize with normal washing. That's why veterinarians will tell you to use glass, ceramic, or stainless steel food bowls. Unlike plastic, these materials do not have the microscopic pores that harbor microorganisms. I do not recommend these bowls. … more

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