Dr. Catsby’s Whisker Relief Cat Food Bowl Product Review
We were sent the Dr. Catsby’s Whisker Relief Cat Food Bowl by The Cat Connection – an online cat product store and retail cat store in Dallas, TX. They sent me the bowl per my request, as I have wanted to review it ever since we featured it.
This low cat saucer is designed for easy and stress free eating for kitties. I love the fact that it is stainless steel – which help reduce feline acne and makes it lightweight because it’s basically a stamped metal piece.
I LOVE metal. I love to drink out of it and eat out of it, so I was excited to see if my cats would eat out of it…and they did, immediately.
I ran both the mat and the bowl through the dishwasher a few times with no problems on the top rack. The metal bowl can be steaming hot if you try to pull it from the dishwasher once it finishes.
The bowl comes with a food grade silicone rubber non-slip mat and has an ergnomic design.
While it does have a finger cut out on one side (so you can easily lift the bowl from the ground), I would have preferred two finger cut outs – as it would be easier to have it on both sides.
It measures 7.2 x 7.2 x 1.2 inches and weighs 14.1 ounces.
As I say in the final product review video below, I really like this bowl – I love metal in general, so that helps. I have also always wanted to see it in person because I think I’d like it – and I do. It’s lightweight and functional and has the potential to help many kitties. I also like the overall look. I don’t need the little silicone mat – so that wasn’t necessary for our home. Overall, I think this is a great bowl and we will definitely keep it around (but I might giveaway the silicone placement thing).
Dr. Catsby’s Whisker Relief Cat Food Bowl Arrival Video
Dr. Catsby’s Whisker Relief Cat Food Bowl Product Review Video:
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We received the Dr. Catsby’s Whisker Relief cat bowl for review from The Cat Connection and also asked that they pay a small review fee. Receiving the free product and the review fee did not influence this honest 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,
I have a Maine Coon that can only use metal or glass dishes. I may try this one. However, would like to know what were you feeding your cats in this video. use
Not sure what I was feeding them – but what I feed them is found here: https://www.floppycats.com/best-canned-cat-food.html
Wonderful product review video, pics and post, Jenny! Sure looks like a great bowl! I would definitely get one if Miss PSB suffered from whisker fatigue. She doesn’t have any whisker fatigue at this time…thank goodness!!! 🙂 <3
Big hugs & lots of love!
Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3
Yes, Patti – it is a great bowl. I really like it. It will be one of those products that I keep after reviewing.
I would love to try this bowl, but sadly, my male Ragdoll is allergic to metal bowls and immediately gets a pimply rash on his chin if fed from a metal bowl – yes, even stainless steel. He can only eat out of glass – Fiestaware or Corning ware!!
That is too bad! Did you know Corning Ware is actually a ceramic and not a glass? I found that out from our glass recycler when I asked why I couldn’t recycle Corning Ware in our residential glass pick up.