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CatGuru Cat Bowls, Whisker Stress Free Cat Food Bowl, Reliefs Whisker Fatigue, Wide Cat Bowl, Non Slip Cat Food Bowls, Shallow Cat Dish, Cat…

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  • ⭐️ SMART DESIGN. Patented shallow form with ripples allows your cat to get the food easily, which prevents whisker fatigue and keeps his/her face clean. Non-slip ring prevents bowls from sliding around on the floor.
  • ⭐️ MADE FOR PETS. Made from surgical stainless steel. Holds 5 ounces of dry or wet food to prevent overfeeding. Saucer like, this cat dish is designed specifically for cats to provide whisker relief and stress free mealtime.
  • ⭐️ EASY TO USE. These pet bowls for cats are more durable than ceramic cat bowls. They do not absorb smell like plastic pet bowls. Dishwasher safe. Do not microwave. For best results use with CatGuru cat food mat or tray.
  • ⭐️ SIZE: 6.6″ x 6.6″ x 1.2″ | Protected by U.S. & International Patents.
  • ⭐️ 100% HAPPINESS GUARANTEE. We are 100% committed to making your and your cat’s lifes more easy and fun! If for some reason you are not thrilled with our product, simply contact us for a replacement or refund.

Specification: CatGuru Cat Bowls, Whisker Stress Free Cat Food Bowl, Reliefs Whisker Fatigue, Wide Cat Bowl, Non Slip Cat Food Bowls, Shallow Cat Dish, Cat…

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Product Dimensions

6.6 x 6.6 x 1.2 inches, 5 Ounces

Date First Available

November 1, 2017

Manufacturer

CatGuru

5 reviews for CatGuru Cat Bowls, Whisker Stress Free Cat Food Bowl, Reliefs Whisker Fatigue, Wide Cat Bowl, Non Slip Cat Food Bowls, Shallow Cat Dish, Cat…

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  1. Lexi R.

    Whisker stress really was a problem, cause my kitty took to this bowl right away! I was worried she wouldn’t like the ceramic (she’s always preferred plastic bowls) but she didn’t give a fluff this time. My only drawback is she tends to push her dry food out of the bowl while eating, but I have a tray/towel to catch the stragglers. I’m sure the ridges help more with wet food.

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  2. Tamara Dang

    These bowls are about as perfect as you can get. I’m constantly buying bowls for my cats but every one of them gets food stuck in the corners and mushed down and they can’t get it out. So much food waste. These keep the food pretty much in the center and the circular rings help contain it. For some reason I thought these were ceramic they are a weighty type of plastic and so they’re not heavy. cleanup is so easy, I would recommend these

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  3. Lexi R.

    I have 4 rescue dogs. Two with mouth issues. One with a severe underbite and one with a tongue out and barely any teeth. Finding the right bowl has been a nightmare. I’ve tried MANY bowls. The one with tongue struggled the most. Couldn’t properly scoop up food. It took him forever. He has bad hand-eye (tongue-eye?) coordination. This kitty bowl was an immediate game changer. He ate his food in a timely matter and didn’t make a mess. Consider for your silly pooches.

    Photo: Norbert and Greta after breakfast, full and satisfied.

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  4. Cher C.K.

    I was debating buying this or a similar ceramic plate with handles (not by CatGuru). I went with this in the end, as reviews lamented how fragile the other plate was. And I am so glad I did!

    My kittens have been wary about eating from their stainless steel bowls. It became such a problem that I had to hand feed them and use a spoon/fork to bring the food right up to their mouths. Clearly, they were hungry, but I had no idea why they were reluctant to eat. Now I know! Whisker fatigue!

    I am ANNOYED that I didn’t get this sooner! Could have saved me a lot of time trying to get my kittens to eat.

    These are sturdy, they don’t move around and my cats can see their food clearly, it’s soooo great. They eat well off it and I have a lot of space to catch dropped food.

    It’s also stupid easy to clean, as the ripples are more like smooth bumps. Unfortunately, as stated by one reviewer, if your cat licks all the time and is a messy eater, more defined, “sharper” ridges will be suitable, like a lick mat.

    But for my cats, these are fantastic. I’m retiring their bowls and switching 100% to these. 🙂

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  5. A Person

    With this dish, the bits of food Cat D noses off the rim of the bowl get trapped by the CatGuru “Table”’s rim & I have to separate both pieces to scoop perfectly good food back into Cat D’s dish.

    With the Cat Guru “Torus”, that problem disappears. Twice the price though, and available in one color though, so I hope CatGuru restocks VERY soon!

    I adore this dish because it came in a pair so I could get started with the new concept of product matching ‘feeding mat’, ‘table’ to elevate, ‘dish that doesn’t touch sensitive whiskers’.

    Cats A and C also have minor whisker sensitivity issues, but we’re content to lump it and shrug it in life. Then we got a new, young, newbie, with whiskers so sensitive he was getting weird and jumpy. I tried a few solutions of tilted and ‘no-spill’ but they were imperfect fixes. CatGuru makes Cat D: “HAPPY”.

    Spunky and playful again, instead of needlessly concerned about food issues other cats don’t give a tail-flick about (like his obsessive ownership of a particular dish: other cats honor it and don’t give a tail-flick about his weirdness either way – it’s important to him, right? ‘Whatever.’)

    However: As to Catguru’s claims about each bowl holding ONLY enough for 1 cat/1 day: if you trust that, you will overfeed your cat. Yes: even if he’s a big guy.

    Right now I refill every 1.5 to 2 days, and 3 bowls are good enough for 4 cats, including ‘a big guy’.

    Usually when I “refill”, I’m just scooping perfectly good, unused food off the ‘place setting’ mat (with an amazing ridge to keep the tossed food from going everywhere – that actually works for all but one or two kernels from a giant pile bulldozed (nose-dozed?) by a cat!) and from the edges of the rim of the elevated ‘Table’ and dropping them back into the bowl for another day and a half!!

    The Cat Guru system inadvertently plays a Dieter’s Optical Illusion Trick to make an over-eater “Think” he’s eaten 1.5 cups of dry food, when it’s more like 1/3 – 1/4 cup!!

    I’m actively trying to calm down Cat D’s fear that The Food Will All Vanish! If he doesn’t eat it right away upon refill – at the same time that I’m trying to help his whiskers not feel uncomfortably over-stimulated: in that way; in the Optical Illusion Mind Trick, does this dish help Cat D to eat less. But it has nothing to do with how much or how little the dish actually holds, at least at my house, with my wonderful animals.

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