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Justin

So far, this feeder has worked out really well for my cat. I was very skeptical that she would be smart enough to use it, as she has the IQ of a baked potato, but she surprised me. I wouldn't go so far as to say she enjoys it, but she will begrudgingly lug her plump posterior over to it and scoop the food out of the cylinders with her little paws, sometimes batting it around. It does slow down her eating and occupies her for at least twice as long as if she were to just work it down. For twenty bucks, if you have a fat or bored cat, I'd say it's worth it.

Kerry R

It may seem odd, but we ordered and are using this bowl to assist a participant of our healthcare program who is intellectually disabled to reduce the speed of his eathing. This bowl has worked extrememly well and Chewy.com was wonderful to work with for another bowl that was not as succcessful. Highly recommended!

the kat

I have the larger version of this bowl as well. I use this as my "travel" bowl - it's easy to put in a bag than attempting to lug around the larger bowl. It holds at least 1.5 cups of food.
My puppy used to devour her normal bowl of food in under 30 seconds. This has extended it to over 2 minutes! It's great for treats too.

GoneToTheDoggy

I got this feeder for my 1 year old shih tzu Charlie. he was eating his food way too fast and i was worried that he was going to have issues with bloating. when we got this, it took him about 10 minutes to figure it out. but it definitely slowed down his eating! he likes to spin it around to make sure he got all the food out of the nooks. overall, totally worth it! super affordable, easy to fill, and very, very effective!

FurMom2

Our bishon/cavilier mix ate her food so fast she cried after dinner each night. We got this bowl and she figured it out the first try. I was worried she wouldn't figure it out bc sometimes it takes her a minute, but apparently not when it comes to food. Her sister is a Chihuahua/ Shih Tzu mix and she got jealous over the new bowl. She thinks the food is better out of that bowl. So now she is eating out of that bowl too. She is very small but smart as a whip. She has no problem reaching the food or spinning the top to get to the next chamber. Great product and no more crying after dinner!

Renee T

This bowl has been a blessing! We rescued a 1 1/2 year old French Bulldog (very short snout) and she is a fast eater and it causes stomach issues (gas, gurgling, burping, ect). Now we know she has a medical condition called E.P.I. it's an enzyme/pancreas disorder and it cause many lifelong health problems that are treatable. This bowl has helped slow her eating from 20 seconds to about 2 minutes. Since she has medication that has to be put in her food it's all soft food. I have also used it with my other French/Pug mix with dry kibble because he's jealous LOL
The "pied" one is the French Bulldog and the "fawn" is the French/Pug mix

Barbara Smith

My cat is a total hard food junkie. After having problems with his urinary tract he needs to eat more wet food and less dry. However he constantly begs for the dry food. I can now put a little bit of dry food into this toy and it will keep him entertained for a few hours instead of pestering me for more dry food. I've also used it for when we go on vacation and have someone watching our cat. They can put some dry food in there and not have to worry if they can only come to check on him once a day.

Thismomentisfate

The instructions says to let the cat eat from the base to get used to it. But im too lazy, i just let her sniff the treats, threw some in the tubes, grabbed her paw and put her paw in the tube.

She was interested at first, so i left her alone, and when i came back she was taking the treats out. lol

She loves it and sits by the tubes when she knows its her snacktime. =) It helps me distract her for a few minutes so i can get to sleep.


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Justin

So far, this feeder has worked out really well for my cat. I was very skeptical that she would be smart enough to use it, as she has the IQ of a baked potato, but she surprised me. I wouldn't go so far as to say she enjoys it, but she will begrudgingly lug her plump posterior over to it and scoop the food out of the cylinders with her little paws, sometimes batting it around. It does slow down her eating and occupies her for at least twice as long as if she were to just work it down. For twenty bucks, if you have a fat or bored cat, I'd say it's worth it.

Kerry R

It may seem odd, but we ordered and are using this bowl to assist a participant of our healthcare program who is intellectually disabled to reduce the speed of his eathing. This bowl has worked extrememly well and Chewy.com was wonderful to work with for another bowl that was not as succcessful. Highly recommended!

the kat

I have the larger version of this bowl as well. I use this as my "travel" bowl - it's easy to put in a bag than attempting to lug around the larger bowl. It holds at least 1.5 cups of food.
My puppy used to devour her normal bowl of food in under 30 seconds. This has extended it to over 2 minutes! It's great for treats too.

GoneToTheDoggy

I got this feeder for my 1 year old shih tzu Charlie. he was eating his food way too fast and i was worried that he was going to have issues with bloating. when we got this, it took him about 10 minutes to figure it out. but it definitely slowed down his eating! he likes to spin it around to make sure he got all the food out of the nooks. overall, totally worth it! super affordable, easy to fill, and very, very effective!

FurMom2

Our bishon/cavilier mix ate her food so fast she cried after dinner each night. We got this bowl and she figured it out the first try. I was worried she wouldn't figure it out bc sometimes it takes her a minute, but apparently not when it comes to food. Her sister is a Chihuahua/ Shih Tzu mix and she got jealous over the new bowl. She thinks the food is better out of that bowl. So now she is eating out of that bowl too. She is very small but smart as a whip. She has no problem reaching the food or spinning the top to get to the next chamber. Great product and no more crying after dinner!

Renee T

This bowl has been a blessing! We rescued a 1 1/2 year old French Bulldog (very short snout) and she is a fast eater and it causes stomach issues (gas, gurgling, burping, ect). Now we know she has a medical condition called E.P.I. it's an enzyme/pancreas disorder and it cause many lifelong health problems that are treatable. This bowl has helped slow her eating from 20 seconds to about 2 minutes. Since she has medication that has to be put in her food it's all soft food. I have also used it with my other French/Pug mix with dry kibble because he's jealous LOL
The "pied" one is the French Bulldog and the "fawn" is the French/Pug mix

Barbara Smith

My cat is a total hard food junkie. After having problems with his urinary tract he needs to eat more wet food and less dry. However he constantly begs for the dry food. I can now put a little bit of dry food into this toy and it will keep him entertained for a few hours instead of pestering me for more dry food. I've also used it for when we go on vacation and have someone watching our cat. They can put some dry food in there and not have to worry if they can only come to check on him once a day.

Thismomentisfate

The instructions says to let the cat eat from the base to get used to it. But im too lazy, i just let her sniff the treats, threw some in the tubes, grabbed her paw and put her paw in the tube.

She was interested at first, so i left her alone, and when i came back she was taking the treats out. lol

She loves it and sits by the tubes when she knows its her snacktime. =) It helps me distract her for a few minutes so i can get to sleep.


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Justin

So far, this feeder has worked out really well for my cat. I was very skeptical that she would be smart enough to use it, as she has the IQ of a baked potato, but she surprised me. I wouldn't go so far as to say she enjoys it, but she will begrudgingly lug her plump posterior over to it and scoop the food out of the cylinders with her little paws, sometimes batting it around. It does slow down her eating and occupies her for at least twice as long as if she were to just work it down. For twenty bucks, if you have a fat or bored cat, I'd say it's worth it.

Kerry R

It may seem odd, but we ordered and are using this bowl to assist a participant of our healthcare program who is intellectually disabled to reduce the speed of his eathing. This bowl has worked extrememly well and Chewy.com was wonderful to work with for another bowl that was not as succcessful. Highly recommended!

the kat

I have the larger version of this bowl as well. I use this as my "travel" bowl - it's easy to put in a bag than attempting to lug around the larger bowl. It holds at least 1.5 cups of food.
My puppy used to devour her normal bowl of food in under 30 seconds. This has extended it to over 2 minutes! It's great for treats too.

GoneToTheDoggy

I got this feeder for my 1 year old shih tzu Charlie. he was eating his food way too fast and i was worried that he was going to have issues with bloating. when we got this, it took him about 10 minutes to figure it out. but it definitely slowed down his eating! he likes to spin it around to make sure he got all the food out of the nooks. overall, totally worth it! super affordable, easy to fill, and very, very effective!

FurMom2

Our bishon/cavilier mix ate her food so fast she cried after dinner each night. We got this bowl and she figured it out the first try. I was worried she wouldn't figure it out bc sometimes it takes her a minute, but apparently not when it comes to food. Her sister is a Chihuahua/ Shih Tzu mix and she got jealous over the new bowl. She thinks the food is better out of that bowl. So now she is eating out of that bowl too. She is very small but smart as a whip. She has no problem reaching the food or spinning the top to get to the next chamber. Great product and no more crying after dinner!

Renee T

This bowl has been a blessing! We rescued a 1 1/2 year old French Bulldog (very short snout) and she is a fast eater and it causes stomach issues (gas, gurgling, burping, ect). Now we know she has a medical condition called E.P.I. it's an enzyme/pancreas disorder and it cause many lifelong health problems that are treatable. This bowl has helped slow her eating from 20 seconds to about 2 minutes. Since she has medication that has to be put in her food it's all soft food. I have also used it with my other French/Pug mix with dry kibble because he's jealous LOL
The "pied" one is the French Bulldog and the "fawn" is the French/Pug mix

Barbara Smith

My cat is a total hard food junkie. After having problems with his urinary tract he needs to eat more wet food and less dry. However he constantly begs for the dry food. I can now put a little bit of dry food into this toy and it will keep him entertained for a few hours instead of pestering me for more dry food. I've also used it for when we go on vacation and have someone watching our cat. They can put some dry food in there and not have to worry if they can only come to check on him once a day.

Thismomentisfate

The instructions says to let the cat eat from the base to get used to it. But im too lazy, i just let her sniff the treats, threw some in the tubes, grabbed her paw and put her paw in the tube.

She was interested at first, so i left her alone, and when i came back she was taking the treats out. lol

She loves it and sits by the tubes when she knows its her snacktime. =) It helps me distract her for a few minutes so i can get to sleep.


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Justin

So far, this feeder has worked out really well for my cat. I was very skeptical that she would be smart enough to use it, as she has the IQ of a baked potato, but she surprised me. I wouldn't go so far as to say she enjoys it, but she will begrudgingly lug her plump posterior over to it and scoop the food out of the cylinders with her little paws, sometimes batting it around. It does slow down her eating and occupies her for at least twice as long as if she were to just work it down. For twenty bucks, if you have a fat or bored cat, I'd say it's worth it.

Kerry R

It may seem odd, but we ordered and are using this bowl to assist a participant of our healthcare program who is intellectually disabled to reduce the speed of his eathing. This bowl has worked extrememly well and Chewy.com was wonderful to work with for another bowl that was not as succcessful. Highly recommended!

the kat

I have the larger version of this bowl as well. I use this as my "travel" bowl - it's easy to put in a bag than attempting to lug around the larger bowl. It holds at least 1.5 cups of food.
My puppy used to devour her normal bowl of food in under 30 seconds. This has extended it to over 2 minutes! It's great for treats too.

GoneToTheDoggy

I got this feeder for my 1 year old shih tzu Charlie. he was eating his food way too fast and i was worried that he was going to have issues with bloating. when we got this, it took him about 10 minutes to figure it out. but it definitely slowed down his eating! he likes to spin it around to make sure he got all the food out of the nooks. overall, totally worth it! super affordable, easy to fill, and very, very effective!

FurMom2

Our bishon/cavilier mix ate her food so fast she cried after dinner each night. We got this bowl and she figured it out the first try. I was worried she wouldn't figure it out bc sometimes it takes her a minute, but apparently not when it comes to food. Her sister is a Chihuahua/ Shih Tzu mix and she got jealous over the new bowl. She thinks the food is better out of that bowl. So now she is eating out of that bowl too. She is very small but smart as a whip. She has no problem reaching the food or spinning the top to get to the next chamber. Great product and no more crying after dinner!

Renee T

This bowl has been a blessing! We rescued a 1 1/2 year old French Bulldog (very short snout) and she is a fast eater and it causes stomach issues (gas, gurgling, burping, ect). Now we know she has a medical condition called E.P.I. it's an enzyme/pancreas disorder and it cause many lifelong health problems that are treatable. This bowl has helped slow her eating from 20 seconds to about 2 minutes. Since she has medication that has to be put in her food it's all soft food. I have also used it with my other French/Pug mix with dry kibble because he's jealous LOL
The "pied" one is the French Bulldog and the "fawn" is the French/Pug mix

Barbara Smith

My cat is a total hard food junkie. After having problems with his urinary tract he needs to eat more wet food and less dry. However he constantly begs for the dry food. I can now put a little bit of dry food into this toy and it will keep him entertained for a few hours instead of pestering me for more dry food. I've also used it for when we go on vacation and have someone watching our cat. They can put some dry food in there and not have to worry if they can only come to check on him once a day.

Thismomentisfate

The instructions says to let the cat eat from the base to get used to it. But im too lazy, i just let her sniff the treats, threw some in the tubes, grabbed her paw and put her paw in the tube.

She was interested at first, so i left her alone, and when i came back she was taking the treats out. lol

She loves it and sits by the tubes when she knows its her snacktime. =) It helps me distract her for a few minutes so i can get to sleep.


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Justin

So far, this feeder has worked out really well for my cat. I was very skeptical that she would be smart enough to use it, as she has the IQ of a baked potato, but she surprised me. I wouldn't go so far as to say she enjoys it, but she will begrudgingly lug her plump posterior over to it and scoop the food out of the cylinders with her little paws, sometimes batting it around. It does slow down her eating and occupies her for at least twice as long as if she were to just work it down. For twenty bucks, if you have a fat or bored cat, I'd say it's worth it.

Kerry R

It may seem odd, but we ordered and are using this bowl to assist a participant of our healthcare program who is intellectually disabled to reduce the speed of his eathing. This bowl has worked extrememly well and Chewy.com was wonderful to work with for another bowl that was not as succcessful. Highly recommended!

the kat

I have the larger version of this bowl as well. I use this as my "travel" bowl - it's easy to put in a bag than attempting to lug around the larger bowl. It holds at least 1.5 cups of food.
My puppy used to devour her normal bowl of food in under 30 seconds. This has extended it to over 2 minutes! It's great for treats too.

GoneToTheDoggy

I got this feeder for my 1 year old shih tzu Charlie. he was eating his food way too fast and i was worried that he was going to have issues with bloating. when we got this, it took him about 10 minutes to figure it out. but it definitely slowed down his eating! he likes to spin it around to make sure he got all the food out of the nooks. overall, totally worth it! super affordable, easy to fill, and very, very effective!

FurMom2

Our bishon/cavilier mix ate her food so fast she cried after dinner each night. We got this bowl and she figured it out the first try. I was worried she wouldn't figure it out bc sometimes it takes her a minute, but apparently not when it comes to food. Her sister is a Chihuahua/ Shih Tzu mix and she got jealous over the new bowl. She thinks the food is better out of that bowl. So now she is eating out of that bowl too. She is very small but smart as a whip. She has no problem reaching the food or spinning the top to get to the next chamber. Great product and no more crying after dinner!

Renee T

This bowl has been a blessing! We rescued a 1 1/2 year old French Bulldog (very short snout) and she is a fast eater and it causes stomach issues (gas, gurgling, burping, ect). Now we know she has a medical condition called E.P.I. it's an enzyme/pancreas disorder and it cause many lifelong health problems that are treatable. This bowl has helped slow her eating from 20 seconds to about 2 minutes. Since she has medication that has to be put in her food it's all soft food. I have also used it with my other French/Pug mix with dry kibble because he's jealous LOL
The "pied" one is the French Bulldog and the "fawn" is the French/Pug mix

Barbara Smith

My cat is a total hard food junkie. After having problems with his urinary tract he needs to eat more wet food and less dry. However he constantly begs for the dry food. I can now put a little bit of dry food into this toy and it will keep him entertained for a few hours instead of pestering me for more dry food. I've also used it for when we go on vacation and have someone watching our cat. They can put some dry food in there and not have to worry if they can only come to check on him once a day.

Thismomentisfate

The instructions says to let the cat eat from the base to get used to it. But im too lazy, i just let her sniff the treats, threw some in the tubes, grabbed her paw and put her paw in the tube.

She was interested at first, so i left her alone, and when i came back she was taking the treats out. lol

She loves it and sits by the tubes when she knows its her snacktime. =) It helps me distract her for a few minutes so i can get to sleep.


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