Multi-cat Households


Multi-cat Households

Did you know that sharing a common feeding area is very stressful for cats? A common feeding area causes anxiety and even fights between your cats! Cats are solitary hunters. It is their nature to hunt and eat alone.

To make all of your cats happy, provide one kit per cat. Now each of your cats can fulfill its natural hunting instincts and eat 5 healthy, small portions a day.

Common Concerns in the Multi-cat Household

What if not all cats transition at the same pace?   Each cat learns at a separate pace.  Continue using The Trainer until each cat is completely comfortable with it.  Usually, the quick learners will demonstrate the technique to the slow adopters.  However, some cats require solitude to learn.  Simply isolate the slow learner in a private location with his/her own Trainer (Don’t forget the treats!).

What if one cat gets more that his/her fair share? Multicat households thrive with The NoBowl Feeding System™.  However, in some households a few speedy hunters will get more than their fair share.  In this case, the simple solution is to isolate the cats for hunting time.  Remember, this is the preferred method of eating for cats.  Cats want to hunt and eat alone.  You are providing for all of their natural needs.

What if my cats are on different diets? Again, the simple solution is to isolate the cats for hunting time.  Remember, this is the preferred method of eating for cats.  Cats want to hunt and eat alone.  You are providing for all of their natural needs. Happy Hunting!

Happy Hunting!

 
 

 
 

Did you know NoBowl is available in a Double Set?

Prefect for the multi-cat household!

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