Catit Food Digger, White/Green
- Narrow and wide tubes
- Stable base with sloped surface
- Stimulates your cat to hunt for its food
- Made of BPA-free materials
- Reduces binge eating
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 14.48 x 24.13 x 24.13 cm; 600 Grams
- Date First Available : 10 February 2018
- Manufacturer : Catit
- ASIN : B015P13QMM
- Item Model Number : 42985W
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Catit 2.0 Senses Food Digger encourages cats to work for their food/treats in a fun and natural manner. Its smart design plays on a cat's instincts to paw out smaller portions of food, which stimulates activity and reduces binge eating. Insert kibble or treats into the various tubes for your cat to smell and paw out. The tubes have rounded ends, making them easy to use and clean. There are 3 short narrow tubes and 2 long wide tubes so you can change between difficulty levels. The sloped surface can be used to add extra kibble in the front. The digger is an excellent dish for when you're not at home. The cat will first eat the kibble that is easiest to access, after that it has to `work' a little harder for its food.
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This is great as a slow feeder / fun toy but the rubber mat doesn't go all the way under the bowl so it can be toppled over with a grab/swipe. Unsure why they bothered with the mat. That's why 4 not 5 stars.
It took a few days for them to work out that dried food had moved from next to their wet food dish to a Digger in the lounge and now they both happily graze.
I think it's probably good for their mental health too. I'm not going to over emphasise this, but they have to "hunt" in the wells to find the one with food remaining, and I'm willing to bet that's a good thing. On this theory I bought a second one for them -- so they now hunt in two locations in a total of 12 food wells.
It loses 1 star for the thing I don't like, namely the rubberised mat base. I don't find them difficult to fit, but I think a solid base (like the Catit Food Tree) would be better.
If anyone who reads this can tell me whether these are dishwasher safe, I'd be grateful to know.