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NO MORE WAKE UP CALLS! Does your cat wake you up too early in the morning for food? Save two of the five NoBowls™ each day and hide them before you go to sleep. Make sure to set your alarm, because your cat alarm likely will not go off! Zzzzz...
Does your cat gobble up its food and then barf it back up? The NoBowl Feeding System mimics the natural hunting pattern of cats. Once your cat hunts for and finds its NoBowl, your cat works to manipulate the NoBowl to gradually release the healthy portion. No more scarf and barf!
The NoBowl Feeding System is portion controlled. Feeding your cat an appropriate amount of food in small portions throughout the day will help your cat to maintain a healthy weight. Cats that have a healthy body weight live longer, healthier lives. By maintaining a healthy weight, your cat reduces its risks of diabetes, heart disease and painful arthritis.*
Cats can become destructive when they can't hunt. The instinct to hunt lies within every cat. In our homes, we have given our cats love, safety, and food but we have denied them the ability to fulfill their natural instinct. The frustrated hunting instinct impacts your cat’s physical and mental health. Cats redirect the hunting instinct into bad behavior, like clawing drapes and furniture. Watch The NoBowl Feeding System fulfill the natural hunting instinct and watch bad behavior fade away.
Exercise is an important part of a healthy lifestyle for a cat. Indoor cats often find themselves bored and sedentary. Your cat will be happily hunting for her NoBowl and not realizing that she is getting her daily exercise! Help your cat get fit in the way nature intended.
Outdoor cats hunt billions of birds and small mammals each year. Outdoor cats may be responsible for the deaths of as much as 15% of the bird population in the US. The best way to reduce the impact that our cats have on wildlife is to keep them indoors. However, the indoor-only cat will retain the natural instinct and urge to hunt. It is up to the well-informed cat owner to understand this drive, and find an acceptable replacement to redirect the hunting instinct.
*Be sure to talk to your veterinarian about the appropriate total daily portion for your cat.