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  • Modern pedestal design promotes natural, healthy eating posture and looks great in your home
  • Whisker-friendly oval design plus easy-access front – better ergonomics for your cat companion!
  • Top rack dishwasher safe. Made from PET safe plastic.
  • Bowl Dimensions: 5.38" x 3.25: x 4"

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Two bowls: one gray, one white.

Made of plastic, specifically polypropylene. Dishwasher safe.

Oval shaped
5 inches wide
Slightly tilted.
Front of the bowl is 1 inch deep. Back of the bowl is 2 inches deep.
Elevated a couple inches off the ground.
Bottom part of the front-side is 2 inches off the ground.
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chabala asked this question on 11-30-2021 at 10:45 AM
11-30-2021 at 10:45 AM
straightens out their neck which allows for easier swallowing, reducing vomiting and bloat.

for larger and older pets, they also help with neck and shoulder fatigue.

also, it may reduce their desire to play with the contents.

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These don't seem to be microwaveable. Most of you must be wondering, why would you need to microwave this?

Well it's been proven that most cats prefer their food warm compared to cold out of a can. This is why it's suggested to heat up their food if they're sick and have trouble smelling because the smell is more enticing when heated. It's really the same thing with us. If you had a choice from the person serving you food from a can, think clam chowder or something, would you want cold clam chowder or a warmed up clam chowder?

If this post convinced anyone to heat up their cat's food, remember to mix well to avoid hot spots. Also try to avoid free feeding kibbles(by far the worst option, check up WWII and dried pet food).

Your cat is your little buddy, they are totally worth it.
Why you don't get Plastic bowls in most cases cats will get Acne from it, Yes Acne under the chin area and then we cat people have to reply to the people that buy cheap plastic bowls and explain to them thats a no no or even tell them now they need to go to a vet since they let it go to far.. So No Plastic food or water bowls, stick with Steel or ceramic bowls for a happy non acne cat !!
I had a cat that kept getting sick after eating so I decided to see if an elevated bowl would help. I was being cheap so I just put a bowl on top of a book that was about 3 inches tall. As soon as I did that he quit throwing up all the time. For this price I'll try them so I can get my books back.

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Good reviews and many at 17 k + in for a set. Thx op, tu and repped!Smilie
Btw, WM had none less than $10 of any brand and elevated...
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Each bowl only holds 6.5oz, so you might be refilling these frequently.

I have a cat and a small dog. They share a 30oz water bowl and I still have to refill it about twice a day or else one one them starts yelling at me for having the gall to allow their water bowl to run dry.

These are stylish bowls, but it's unfortunate that you'd have to buy two sets to get a matching pair.
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Perfect, my cats are such snobs they've been asking for elevated food. This will show em!
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These don't seem to be microwaveable. Most of you must be wondering, why would you need to microwave this?

Well it's been proven that most cats prefer their food warm compared to cold out of a can. This is why it's suggested to heat up their food if they're sick and have trouble smelling because the smell is more enticing when heated. It's really the same thing with us. If you had a choice from the person serving you food from a can, think clam chowder or something, would you want cold clam chowder or a warmed up clam chowder?

If this post convinced anyone to heat up their cat's food, remember to mix well to avoid hot spots. Also try to avoid free feeding kibbles(by far the worst option, check up WWII and dried pet food).

Your cat is your little buddy, they are totally worth it.
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Response to feeding dry cat food, I'm not a vet but work in the clinic and cat's can't live on dry food alone they'll have problems like UTI for example because they can't physically consume enough water required.
Outdoor cats don't have that problem they eat birds, little rodents. They are actually pretty healthy.
Love the little bowls, there great for my 12 year old kitten (she thinks she is)
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My little rescue chihuahua has trust issues with any bowl since she was a baby, she can't drink out of Anything deeper than an inch or she feels like she'll fall in and drown. Will try these thanks
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Cat is 13 years old been only eating dry cat food entire life no problem
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Bought these for my small dog last time. Very happy with them. I run them in the dishwasher sometimes and put them in microwave for short periods (~15 seconds) without any issues.
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3 inches elevation doesn't seem to be much
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good deal
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In for 2.Thx
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Why you don't get Plastic bowls in most cases cats will get Acne from it, Yes Acne under the chin area and then we cat people have to reply to the people that buy cheap plastic bowls and explain to them thats a no no or even tell them now they need to go to a vet since they let it go to far.. So No Plastic food or water bowls, stick with Steel or ceramic bowls for a happy non acne cat !!
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Why would a cat need elevated bowls?
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