Necoichi Tilted Stress Free Raised Cat Food Bowl, Large
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- The tilted bowl keeps food centered and the tilted lip makes it easier for your cat companion to eat without whisker or neck fatigue.
- The bowl measures 6.1 x 5.7 inches in diameter, 1.8 inches deep and 5.3 inches tall and the tilted lip makes it easier for flat-faced cats and messy eaters to eat with less difficulty and stress.
- The removable non-slip ring helps keep the bowl in place.
- Microwave-safe and dishwasher-safe bowl.
- Crafted from high-quality porcelain that passes strict safety standards. It is also free from lead and cadmium.
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34 Customer Reviews
Looks great, but too fragile
I recently bought my second Necoichi Tilted Bowl after my first one shattered into pieces from being tipped on its side on my counter. I figured I must've done something wrong but I always tried to handle it carefully when washing, drying and handling. We received the second one a couple weeks ago and I've been especially careful with it, but discovered a fracture on the bottom bowl this morning. I'm not sure how much longer this one will stay together. My cat seems to love the bowl and it really is a nice looking bowl. But I am not going to replace again and I can't recommend this based on my experience with the fragility.
Not enough room
This is BIG, but not room inside. I put water in it and there was water all over the floor. So I use it for food. I put a little food in it, and that works. My main complaint is it takes up a lot of room, and has no room inside the bowl. I liked the bottom of it, because you could clean inside, but the rubber came off. I put it back on. It came off again. I wish I had a place to put this bowl. It is tipped forward so of course the water will come out.
Raised cat bowls
The bowls are beautiful and very well made. But my 2 cats hate them. They take a few bites, then stop and shake their heads. They seem to get food on their whiskers and they need to stop eating and shake it off after a few bites. After a few days I just stop using them because they just won't eat from them. We're back to using two of my old soup dishes. It's just cat preference, I guess. I'm sure some cats would love them. My main goal was to give them elevated feeding dishes. Maybe I could just place a brick under the soup dishes.
Seems to work.
Bowls are expensive, so I just have two. They ate a little bit of a headache to wash all the time. The little plastic gasket on the bottom edge keeps slipping off. My little Tonkinese is a gobbler and this seems to help her wet food from coming back up. She often sits when eating, so I guess it also works for sitting cats. I also worry about breakage, since the whole thing is awkward to hold and slippery when wet.
My cat has trouble getting the kibbies in his mouth - very weird rescue cat throws the kibbies in the air to get to the back of his mouth. And my dog is allergic to the kibbies! This really helps keep the kibbies off the floor
Helped Our Cat with Orthopedic Issues
My husband and I have a geriatric blind cat that was not staying at the food bowl for as long as he used to. We would occasionally hear creaking in his hind end and he stopped scaling the cat tree. After a trip to the vet we started him on a joint supplement and looked into getting an elevated feeder. We liked the tilted feeder but it was on back order at the time so we went to a major pet store chain and bought one of theirs. It helped a little but we ordered this one as soon as it was back in stock. His whole stance changed with using the elevated feeder as you will see in attached the pictures. He is eating much better now with just this simple change and the joint supplement. He seems to prefer this feeder over the pet store bowl. Being blind there are certain situations he is uncomfortable with and we think the wide shallow bowl on this one is less constricting for him since he does not have to shove his face and whiskers into a deeper bowl and his wet food does not get as mashed down on the bottom. The rubbery removable rim on the bottom is great for our tile floors. We probably would have purchased the elevated water bowl from too but he shares and automatic water bowl with our dog and we did not want get rid of it so we just found a way to elevate our current set up.
Raised Cat dish
I bought tis for my senior cat and it's working out really well. It seems to be much more comfortable for him and he is able to eat all of his food easier as it doesn't fall out of the bowl or get caught in the corners. I plan to buy 2 more for my other cats!
I got these for my three cats. One of them was throwing up after eating. This has helped tremendously. They all seem to love the bowls. I would definitely recommend them.
Expensive, but it works
Our 9 yr old orange tabby was losing weight, and I realized that he wasn't eating well. When I would put food in the bowl and offer it to him, he would get a look of fear on his face and back away from it. I tried holding the bowl in the air and tilting it and then he would eat with some coaxing. I did some research and found out about something called whisker fatique which seemed to describe his behavior. My next step was to come to Chewy and find the right kind of bowl. The picture shows him with the bowl for the very first time. He took to it immediately, and it was the most I have seen him eat in a long time. He even went back 30 min later and nibbled some more. If this bowl ever goes down in price, I will buy a second one, but for now, I am happy with one
Great for elderly chihuahuas
My elderly chihuahua is 14 and is a pretty messy eater. I tried several other kinds of raised bowls, but this enables her to get more food actually eaten and less on the floor. She is still kind of messy but not anywhere near as much. We recommend it!