Moda Pet Bowls – Great for Figuring Out Which Foods Your Kitty Likes

| June 10, 2016 | 8 Comments

Moda Pet Bowls – Great for Figuring Out Which Foods Your Kitty Likes

ModaPet Bowl 2 Cup Some Like It HotWe have had the ModaPet Bowls for some time.  And they remain a staple in my cabinet for feeding the cats.  However, since Trigg gets cat zits from eating out of plastic on a regular basis, I can’t use them all the time.  But, I do use them when I am trying to figure out what cans of canned cat food they are interested in.  Charlie does not get cat zits, therefore he could eat out of these all the time.  If I use them on Trigg every few days, they do not cause any problems.  So that’s what I do.  They are lightweight and well designed.  My mom uses them for her Ragdoll cats, Caymus and Murphy, and she loves them.

I feed Charlie and Trigg a variety of brands and flavors of food.  And when I am trying to figure out what they are interested in right now (they seasonally will stop eating certain foods) or if I am trying a new cat food on them, I love using the ModaPet bowls to help me figure it out.  The video I posted below will help explain further how I go about doing it.

These bowls are also great for issues like whisker fatigue or if your cat likes to scoot the bowl across the floor (because the rubber-like bottom of these bowls keeps them from sliding across the floor).

ModaPet Bowls

They come in 6 gorgeous and fun colors:

  • Pesto (Pea Green)
  • Lemon Zest (Bright Yellow)
  • Teal Appeal (Teal Blue)
  • Cool Azul (Blue)
  • Tangerine (Orange)
  • Some Like it Hot (Hot Pink)

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What are your favorite cat bowls and why?

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Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,

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  1. Wonderful post, Jenny! My favorite cat bowls are my PawNosh Cubby (gifted from the very sweet and lovely Teresa!) and PawNosh Mini (won via an awesome Floppycats giveaway thank you very much!) and an older McCoy Pottery bowl I have that is just the right size for feeding our girl, Miss Pink Sugarbelle. I use a non-slip pad underneath the bowl to keep it from sliding. 🙂 <3

    These Moda Pet Bowls look very cool and I lurve the color choices! So vibrant and pretty. I'm just not much of a plastic bowl user. 🙂

    Big hugs!

    Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3

    • Jenny says:

      Do you have a preference in the Cubby vs. Cubby mini of the PawNosh bowls?

      • Such a good question and a very hard one to answer, Jenny! lol 🙂

        Of course, I lurve both of these bowls so much and so does Miss PSB. The bigger one (the Cubby) is purrfect for water) and the smaller one (Cubby mini) is purrfect for wet food!

        I think my very favorite is the Cubby. It’s the first one I received (thank you so much, Teresa!) and the color and heft of it is just awesome. Lurve the feel of it in my hands and the tangerine color is soooo pretty! But…then again, that little blue Cubby mini bowl is just as gorgeous and feels wonderful in my hands, too. Gah! 🙂 <3

  2. Wayne Robinson says:

    Jenny, I love these “Nom Platters” from The Cat Connection”:
    http://www.thecatconnection.com/cat/Nom-Platter.html?AFFIL=3q6dOidi

  3. Teresa Reid says:

    Great review Jenny, Charlie and Chiggy! Those Moda bowls are so pretty and might just try them sometime. Love the openness of the sides becausse they don’t cause whisker fatigue. Illaria has the zit problem that will crop up with plastic, so I try not to use much and stick to their PawNosh glass bowls.

    Am glad you are doing a review on the Cornucopia food because I tried investigating that a while back when looking for an alternate, high-quality food. Didn’t get that far because I wrote to the company asking some pertinent questions and they said that they would only talk to me on the phone and for personal reasons, I’m not up for that. The questions I was going to ask were:(1) where are their meats sourced; (2) if they use any rendering plants, and (3) do the additives such as vitamins and minerals come from China. Otherwise, the ingredient list seems to be very high quality. If anyone knows the answers to these questions, we might be game for trying their food to see about adding it to their list because would very much like to have alternate, high quality foods that I know they like and can eat safely.

    Think it is great that you can rotate all those kinds of foods for Charlie and Chiggy. We tried doing that but Gracie’s and Illaria’s GI tracts are so sensitive, they just can’t take the change without massive diarrhea. They get so sick I can hear their little tummies rolling. When we do try a new brand like we did with ZiwiPeak for Mariposa when she was really sick, have to go slowly (like 1/2 tsp) added to their existing meal and keep adding it slowly. Even then, they sometimes can’t tolerate it and will have to go back to their usual brands, Tiki Cat and Wild Calling. Just last week, Gracie stole some of Mari’s ZiwiPeak rabbit, and got a bad case of diarrhea. Felt so bad for her!

    Thanks for the great product reviews!♥♥♥

    • Jenny says:

      Hi Teresa,

      The video is an older video – I ended up not reviewing Cornucopia – I did send the ingredient list to Susan Thixton and I will send you the email thread from that.

      I am sorry to hear that Cornucopia wasn’t more forthcoming with your questions – heck, they ought to have those answers on their site.

      I still haven’t tried Wild Calling – please tell me the flavor you get again.

      Sorry to hear their tummies are so sensitive – have you tried probiotics when you introduce new foods?

      Thanks,
      Jenny

  4. Lisa Green says:

    I have never heard of “whisker fatigue”

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