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Catit Senses 2.0 Food Tree

$29.95 Inc GST
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Meal time is now interactive, who says you can't play with your food!? This amazing food maze finally has even the most sluggish of cats ready for a little fun. Now meal time is no longer the same old 'food in a bowl' routine.

The Senses 2.0 Food Tree is the feeding solution for cats that tend to eat quickly. This smart toy stimulates them to slow down and work for their food by playfully pawing at it through various side openings.

The Food Tree offers an even better solution to mealtime. The old Senses Food Maze was improved with a narrower top opening and a wider base for more stability.

Stray pellets are collected in the tray at the bottom, preventing spillage. Its shallow design allows cats to enjoy their food comfortably, without putting stress on their sensitive whiskers.

•New, wide durable base for added stabilty
•Solid Round Base - Wide food bowl and base allows for more then one cat to play and eat at once.
•Tri-tiered food drop with diffrent levels of difficulty.
•Narrow top opening prevents easy access to food
•Refillable - Easy refill, open top is just the right amount of space, for the right amount of food.         
•Easy to Clean - Can also be dismantled and washed.


Food Tree in 1 minute.




Stimulates natural hunting behavior

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Product Reviews for Catit Senses 2.0 Food Tree

Average rating for this product
(3 reviews)

My 3 kittens just don't get it

I love the idea of this product and it's built well, but unfortunately my 7 month old triplet kittens just don't get how to use it. I given them practical demonstrations but also left them to figure out for themselves.

Triplet mummy
- 09 Feb 2017 1:53pm

Great idea

My cat is strickly an indoor puss so this keeps him busy for ages. Getting him to work for his food is a great idea.

- 09 Jan 2017 9:49pm

Luv This

I Think my cat loves this. It is great value

Jon Smith
- 31 Jan 2016 8:53pm

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