Easily stacked and easy to clean. Would recommend these in addition to elevated bowls.
Baby, my cat has issues with food bowls being too deep. This was is perfect.
These are great. The vet told me stainless steel is the best material (plastic holds germs more/better). These bowls are lightweight but not flimsy, nice and wide, and best of all, the cat eats and drinks out of them with gusto.
I got this dish because I wanted to get something that was easy to clean and also unbreakable. It definitely is both of those things. I was hoping the lip wouldn't be as tall as it is because I want something to relieve whisker fatigue, but it works.
Way bigger than it seems, I would use this to feed multiple cats
Very well made. Our cats are enjoying eating from these dishes.
These are nice, but, they could have used a rubber ring on bottom to keep them from moving. I am surprised they did not have this considering how much they are. The size is good for cats, since cats do better with lower larger bowls so their whiskers do not touch the sides.
My kitties love the shallow wide bowl. They are great. I’d purchase these again!
When I adopted my puppy, Morgan, 6 years ago, I did all the research associated with a new puppy, as data is upgraded all the time. I decided stainless steel dishes, would be the healthiest, and last forever! I purchased low dishes such as these, so as not to interfere with his ears, but the ones I purchased had rubber on the bottom - so as not to move around on the floor. Well I wash his dishes in the dishwasher, and rubber degrades in time. These dishes, sans rubber, should last a life time! Placed them on a silicone mat, and no slipping. Love these dishes!
Attractive, modern looking elevated bowl. The dish is only about 1" deep, so probably good for cats who get whisker fatigue. It's a little bigger than I thought, but the specs are correct. Probably best for medium to large cats. Since the bowl is stainless steel, I'd suggest hand washing and drying to avoid water spots and stains. Extra bowls are available on Chewy. One of my cats has IBD, and occasionally vomits (maybe once or twice a month) but he has not vomited since I started feeding him from elevated bowls a month ago. It definitely seems to help his digestion, but may not work for all cats.