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Northmate Catch Interactive Cat Feeder, Purple

Northmate Catch Interactive Cat Feeder, Purple

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    Great for slowing down fast eaters!

    By Marlita on Sep 18, 2020

    I bought this because my cat kept throwing up soon after she finished eating her food and I realized it was because she was scarfing it down too quickly. This feeder is really nice because my cat has to scoop out the kibble one or two pieces at a time, so it really slows her down. She was quick to pick I bought this because my cat kept throwing up soon after she finished eating her food and I realized it was because she was scarfing it down too quickly. This feeder is really nice because my cat has to scoop out the kibble one or two pieces at a time, so it really slows her down. She was quick to pick up how to use it. The only downside is that the little rubber pieces at the bottom don't do a very good job of holding the feeder in place, so it moves around quite a bit when my cat scoops out the kibble. I tried putting some command strips on the bottom to keep the feeder in place better, but the kibble would sometimes slide underneath the feeder, so I decided to take the command strips off so that I could clean out the kibble that made it underneath. … more

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    Not for my kitties

    By Jenevieve on Jul 5, 2020

    I had gotten this in an attempt to slow the eating habits of my one cat 1) to prevent chew and spew and 2) in hopes that this would slow him down and stop him from eating his sibling cat's food. Unfortunately, as large and hard as this was, all that it did was terrify my cat. The hard plastic slid across I had gotten this in an attempt to slow the eating habits of my one cat 1) to prevent chew and spew and 2) in hopes that this would slow him down and stop him from eating his sibling cat's food. Unfortunately, as large and hard as this was, all that it did was terrify my cat. The hard plastic slid across my floor and, the few times he did approach it because he smelt his food, he would merely feel the plastic spike, look at me, and "meow" in hunger. I feel something this large might be better for puppies. … more

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