The NoBowl Feeding System™ has launched in the UK!

 

Exciting news – as of Friday December 9th, The NoBowl Feeding System is launched in the UK with Pets at Home.

Pets at Home is the United Kingdom's largest pet supplies retailer, with a hugely popular online store, and more than 370 physical locations.  

The NoBowl Feeding System™ is available to buy now on their website. Check it out here: http://www.petsathome.com/shop/en/pets/nobowl-indoor-hunting-feeding-system-for-cats

We know the United Kingdom is a nation of cat lovers, and we're very proud to introduce The NoBowl Feeding System™ to our friends across the pond – just in time for Christmas! 

So, for all you UK cat lovers, here's a quick rundown of the top 5 reasons people are buying the NoBowl …

 

1) They are looking for a way to engage their cat while they're not at home

As much as we may prefer otherwise, we can't always stay at home with our cats! But when you're out of the house, your cat can easily become bored and anxious if there's a lack of stimulation. This can lead to all kinds of undesirable behaviors such as compulsive overeating or over-grooming, and destructive chewing or clawing around the house. The NoBowl Feeding System™ creates an environment where your cat's instinctual need to hunt is met. It's the perfect solution to keep your cat engaged and active throughout the day – even when you can't be there.  

 

2) Their cat "scarfs and barfs" at least once a week

"Scarf and barf" is when your cat eats too much too fast, and as a result, vomits undigested food. It's a messy and unpleasant problem, and results in wasted food and a cat that's still hungry. Your cat's stomach is made for small, frequent meals spaced out over the day. Bowl feeding can actually encourage cats to gorge on their food – leading to the dreaded "scarf and barf". The NoBowl Feeding System™ portions out your cat's food, preventing gorging and unnecessary vomiting. I think you'll agree – it's a much less icky alternative!  

 

3) Their veterinarian recommended Environmental Enrichment for their cat

What is Environmental Enrichment (EE), and why might your vet recommend it for your cat? Simply put, it's creating an indoor environment that meets your cat's instinctual needs. Why? Because mounting research by cat veterinarians and behavior experts shows a strong link between a sub-par living environment, and a long list of medical and behavioral problems in cats. The NoBowl Feeding System™ was designed with the principles of EE in mind. It helps alleviate stress and boredom - for a healthier, happier cat.  

 

4) Their cat wakes them up early looking for food

Does your cat wake you up early in the morning, while you're sound asleep and cozy in bed? Chances are they're hungry! In nature, cats hunt between 9 and 20 times daily. Their bodies have a drive to hunt and eat small meals at all hours of the day and night. A great way to make sure you get your beauty sleep is to support your cat's natural hunting instinct throughout the night. The NoBowl Feeding System™ is designed to make this simple – just hide a few NoBowls™ around your house before you go to bed. Your cat will be happy to hunt for food during nocturnal hours, leaving you to get a good night's sleep.

 

5) They’re looking for a way to feed in a portion-controlled way to maintain a healthy weight

It's all too easy to reward our cats with treats, and to pour out an overly generous portion of food. Most modern cats receive food with minimal effort. The truth is that pet owners may be killing their cats with kindness. The NoBowl Feeding System™ is the natural solution to a healthier, more energetic cat - in tune with their environment and free from lethargy and the problems associated with overweight and obese pets. When we give our cats the opportunity to fulfil their natural instincts, the benefits are immediate and wide-ranging.

 

So there you have it … the top 5 reasons people are choosing to lose the bowl, and adopt a NoBowl way of life. We hope you'll join us, and we look forward to hearing your success stories!  Please email me at liz@nobowlcat.com to share your story.



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