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130 of 130 people found the following review helpful.
Solution for the Morning Blues
By H. Stevens
[[VIDEOID:8d6f61d130c5b042bd766b46512a7235]] I have a cat that vomits in the mornings from eating too fast. She figured out how this feeder worked right away. At first, I didn't know how it worked, so I filled all the tubes up to the top, I thought the feeder would confound her. She immediately emptied the cups, then vomited. So I have to feed her a small amount, divided between the cups, and that solved her morning problems.
The green tubes have closed rounded bottoms, so her claws don't snag, and the white base is smoothly contoured to catch the food when she fishes some out. There is a rubber mat that comes with it, that I suppose is to hold the feeder in place. I am including a video so that you can see how it works.
99 of 99 people found the following review helpful.
Adds a little excitement!
By NW Dryad
Life hasn't been much fun for my cat Edward since last year, when the vet confirmed that he is completely blind. So no more fun with feather wands or mousey fish poles, and he's never been much for catnip. But he loves food. I thought this item would be a great toy for him, since it relies on smell and touch. Sure enough, he loves it! And he got the hang of it very quickly, which is something worth mentioning, since he is old and a little senile. The photos were taken as Edward discovered the Digger for the first time. I tried it first without the green tubes so that Edward would get the idea--then, each day I added another green tube, and now life is a blast at treat time every morning and evening. It's worked out so well that I just ordered the Catit Senses Food Tree to give Edward more of a challenge. He is not the type of cat who bolts his food, he just needs something interesting to do, and the Catit Digger certainly brightens his day!
62 of 63 people found the following review helpful. See all 145 customer reviews...
Perfect for my boy...
[[VIDEOID:84cbd0cf7e7d9673a661272d428aabcd]] This is perfect for my boy. He loves feeding himself anyway. He would rather have the food on the floor or in a scooper so he can get it himself.
I saw this for sale and had to buy it...he loves it and cries when the cups are empty...he's had it for three days. I called him over, dropped some food in the cups and told him to scoop the food out. Zero learning cure. A quick sniff then all hands in.
Great idea, well made.