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Shape

The feeder’s bumps prevent cats from gobbling down food and helps them to eat slower. This greatly reduces problems associated with fast eating, like vomiting undigested food or gaining weight.

The feeder has a flat design which is very important for cats. Conventional bowls tend to be deep and narrow, worsening cats’ eating experience because their whiskers come in contact with the sides of the bowl.

Since their roots are packed with blood vessels and nerves, cat whiskers are very sensitive. Eating from a narrow bowl causes their whiskers to get irritated and leads to stress.

A flat or a wide bowl keeps their whiskers free, which is why we’ve decided to go with this design.


The Benefits of a Slow Feeder


Prevent Binge Eating

Slow feeders are a wonderful invention that helps cats to eat more slowly over time. Slow eating reduces the number of calories consumed, leading to fewer feline obesity issues. Feline obesity is detrimental to their quality of life and exposes them to many diseases, including diabetes, heart disease, or arthritis.

Also, binge eating is one of the main reasons many cats throw up after eating, and it’s known that most cats who eat from a conventional bowl binge their food. Slow feed bowls make eating a trickier process than simply slurping up wet food or guzzling down kibble in record time.


Stimulate Through Play

Cats are natural-born hunters. Wild cats need to capture prey for a nutritious meal. Indoor cats still have this desire, which is why playing is so important to their daily lives.

Even with adequate play, some cats still get bored and frequently eat because there is nothing else to do.

We need to make sure to provide our lovely felines with plenty of mental and physical stimulation.

A slow feeder is a good choice even for a cat that doesn’t gorge, because it encourages cats to forage their food, stimulating them mentally and combating feline boredom.




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Shape

The feeder’s bumps prevent cats from gobbling down food and helps them to eat slower. This greatly reduces problems associated with fast eating, like vomiting undigested food or gaining weight.

The feeder has a flat design which is very important for cats. Conventional bowls tend to be deep and narrow, worsening cats’ eating experience because their whiskers come in contact with the sides of the bowl.

Since their roots are packed with blood vessels and nerves, cat whiskers are very sensitive. Eating from a narrow bowl causes their whiskers to get irritated and leads to stress.

A flat or a wide bowl keeps their whiskers free, which is why we’ve decided to go with this design.

The Benefits of a Slow Feeder


Prevent Binge Eating

Slow feeders are a wonderful invention that helps cats to eat more slowly over time. Slow eating reduces the number of calories consumed, leading to fewer feline obesity issues. Feline obesity is detrimental to their quality of life and exposes them to many diseases, including diabetes, heart disease, or arthritis.

Also, binge eating is one of the main reasons many cats throw up after eating, and it’s known that most cats who eat from a conventional bowl binge their food. Slow feed bowls make eating a trickier process than simply slurping up wet food or guzzling down kibble in record time.


Stimulate Through Play

Cats are natural-born hunters. Wild cats need to capture prey for a nutritious meal. Indoor cats still have this desire, which is why playing is so important to their daily lives.

Even with adequate play, some cats still get bored and frequently eat because there is nothing else to do.

We need to make sure to provide our lovely felines with plenty of mental and physical stimulation.

A slow feeder is a good choice even for a cat that doesn’t gorge, because it encourages cats to forage their food, stimulating them mentally and combating feline boredom.




Add to Cart

Free Returns