Does Your Cat Experience Whisker Fatigue?
Your cat may be experiencing whisker fatigue if he:
- Leaves food in his bowl even though he is still hungry.
- Leaves a mess on the floor while he's eating.
- Hesitates to eat his meal even though he is hungry.
- Paces around his bowl.
- Pulls food out of his bowl with his paw or mouth and eats it on the floor.
- Acts aggressively toward the other pets in the house at mealtime.
Dr. Catsby's Bowl for Whisker Fatigue
Dr. Catsby's Bowl for Whisker Fatigue allows your cat to eat comfortably because the bowl's design insures that your kitty's whiskers never touch the sides of the bowl. The bowl also allows for easy access to food; the food always stays in the middle of the bowl.
The bowl is easy to clean and its stainless steel finish protects against wash-proof bacteria. The bowl comes with a non-slip mat that keeps the bowl from sliding around on slick surfaces. Dr. Catsby's bowl also easily blends in to nearly any decor.
We had the opportunity to try Dr. Catsby's Bowl for Whisker Fatigue ourselves. The bowl is shallow and slopes toward the middle, keeping the food in the center of the bowl. Both Carmine and Milita have had a chance to try out the bowl during mealtime.
Milita has never had an issue eating out of any kind of bowl. As long as there's food in the bowl, she's happy! She did seem to like eating out of Dr. Catsby's bowl.
Carmine, on the other hand, prefers to eat out of very shallow bowls. He is not pleased when he has to eat out of a bowl with higher sides, and he usually eats less.
I tried not to disturb Carmine too much with photos while he ate because it's been hard enough to get him to eat a whole meal lately without distractions.
The first time I put his food in Dr. Catsby's Bowl for Whisker Fatigue, he ate nearly all of his breakfast, which is something he had not been doing much of recently. I continue to give Carmine his breakfast in Dr. Catsby's bowl because he has consistently been eating nearly all of his meal out of it, which makes me very happy!
Carmine and I love that the food stays in the middle of the bowl, too. When I feed Carmine on a plate, he ends up shoving some of his food over the side, but if I feed him in a shallow kitty dish, he'll leave food that's made its way over to the side of the dish. He likes his food to be in the middle of the bowl where he can access it most easily.
The awesome people at Dr. Catsby's are allowing us to give away THREE Dr. Catsby's bowls!!
You must be 18+ and live in the United States to enter. I know many of our friends already have one of these awesome bowls, so if you enter and win, you could consider giving one away as a gift or giving one to your local shelter. Our International friends are welcome to enter and gift their prize to a friend or shelter in the United States if you win.
All winners will be emailed and asked for a U.S. mailing address where their prize can be shipped. Winners must respond within 48 hours to claim their prize. If no response is received, another winner will be randomly selected.
FTC Disclosure: We received a Dr. Catsby's Bowl for Whisker Fatigue for a fair and honest review. Receiving the bowl did not influence our opinions. All opinions expressed on Fur Everywhere are our own.