Northmate Catch Review – Slow Feeder for Pets

| March 4, 2014 | 6 Comments

Northmate CatchOne of the PR companies that we work with sent us the Northmate Catch (and I didn’t know it was coming, like I usually do with product reviews).  I was pleasantly surprised when we received it and have liked it from day one.

Slow feeders for cats are great for making meals more challenging – and they help with mental stimulation for bored cats.  It is dishwasher safe and I ran it through the dishwasher 5-6 times and it held up great.  It measures 10.6 x 9.1 x 2.8 inches and weighs 1.1 pounds.

I will most likely be adding this product to A Ragdoll Kitten Care Guide.  I am NOT a fan of dry food for cats, but do like this for treats and ice cubes!  The cats get excited about the challenge and it’s fun to watch them figure it out.

Northmate Catch comes in a Mini or Large.  We got and reviewed the Mini – it’s $24.13 and ships free on orders over $35.

Here is our arrival video:

Here is our review:

We received the Northmate Catch for review from the manufacturer’s PR company.  Receiving the free product did not influence this post.

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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. Thanks for another great review, Jenny! Fascinating product!

    Lurved the videos! Adding to my wishlist for my little girl for her treatsies! 🙂

    Big hugs!

    Patti & Pink Sugar 🙂

  2. Teresa says:

    Love all the sensory stimulation they get while figuring out how to get their prize. Am putting this on the “toy” list. Looks really well made and I love that it is purple which is a color that cats are supposed to be able to see. Thanks for the great review!

    • Dementia Boy says:

      I don’t believe a word the experts say about cats and color. Zen’s favorite toys were glittery pom-poms. She loved to play fort, fetch, and pelt-the-kitty with them. Anyhoo, she knew the words pink, red and fyoo (fuschia), and would always bring the right color pom-pom when I requested one. I *think* she knew the words green, blue, gold and silver, too; she just didn’t like the colors so would just stare at me when I asked for those colors, doing one of her famous “no comprende” routines.

  3. Dementia Boy says:

    Aargh!! It’s that scary thing again!! Run, kittehs, run!!

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