Raised Cat Feeding Bowls
The biggest pain in the butt when it comes to having a super
hyperactive eating cat around the house is the clean up that
follows up after feeding them. You know what I’m talking about
right? Cat kibbles strewn all over the place and then you find
water spilled all over the floor. MAJOR PAIN I tell you!
The solution to this problem is simple. We hyperactive
eating cat owners should look for raised cat feeding bowls to
minimize food and water spillage. You see, there are plenty of
raised cat bowls being sold out there but I suggest taking it
to another level.
What I mean by taking it to another level is to get a bowl
that has these solid little walls along with a small reservoir
located at the bottom to drain spilled water and tiny bits of
food effectively. Here’s what I mean…
Neater Feeder Spill Proof Cat
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This is a handy and very practical feeding bowl system for
cats of all sizes. Okay not quite “all” mind you. To be honest,
this spill proof cat bowl system is not really suitable for
little kittens. The placement of the bowls might be a little on
the high side for the little kitties.
But bigger kittens as well as adult cats wouldn’t have any
problems with the raised bowls. The pleasing thing about this
system is obviously the barrier surrounding the bowls. The
barrier helps prevent kibbles and water from messing up your
Still it won’t completely prevent food contents from
spilling on the floor. From my experience using this bowl
system, you’re bound to find a few pieces of kibbles lying on
the floor. Just not as many as before that’s for sure.
The wall thing certainly works well. Height of the wall is
roughly about 4 inches I think, so no surprise there! That kind
of height should be more than enough to keep food spillage to
an absolute minimum. And that means no more cleaning up like a
whole bunch of kibbles on the floor, yay!
Actually because of the product’s nifty design, many kibbles
that go flying out due to the cat’s active eating habit would
often drop onto the grate filter which is set in a small space
in front of the bowls.
See, the feeding system has a total of two bowls so you can
either fill one bowl with food and the other one with water, or
simply fill both bowls with food if you wish to have two cats
eating from the same system.
The system essentially consists of two reservoirs; upper and
lower reservoir. The grate filter that I mentioned earlier is
on the upper reservoir. If you cat spills food, the bits and
pieces will drop onto the grate and then fall right into the
lower reservoir. Same goes with the spilled water.
After you cat has finished its meal, it’s recommended that
you take out the upper reservoir and clean all the stuff that
fell in the lower reservoir. It’s vital that you clean both
reservoirs, especially the lower one at least once a day to
avoid nasty odor as well as bacteria from congregating in
Now here’s the best part…Some of the kibbles that dropped on
the filter grate – the ones that your cat didn’t chew can be
reused for later meals. That’s obviously a very awesome thing.
You know, to be able to reuse spilled kibbles as oppose to
sweeping them off the floor and then dumping them in the trash
can. No more wasting food!
Overall build is pretty good and the two bowls included with
the system are made of stainless steel. Basically, this spill
proof cat bowl system is made to last.
What Are the
Disadvantages of Using This Raised Cat Feeding Bowls
Not many fortunately. I said earlier that the two raised cat
bowls might not suit little kitties. So that’s one flaw.
Another problem is the included stainless steel bowls aren’t as
deep as I wanted them to be.
Oh and cleaning the system can be just a teeny bit tedious
due to the two reservoirs. You have to clean both parts
separately. Major bore…So little nitpicks aside; the system is
pretty much worth the money. I’d give it an A - score.