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Pioneer Pet Tiger Diner Plastic Food Dish/Bowl, Natural

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  • Cats eat less - saves money on food bill
  • Funnel-Shaped Bowl is easy to load and automatically distributes food as needed
  • Cats enjoy mental & physical stimulation, while eating at a healthier speed
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  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 9.5 x 3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B002VH1EZA
  • Item model number: 2002N
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,976 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

The number one problem with most food dishes is that they allow cats to eat too much. The Tiger Diner fixes all that with a design that challenges cats to fetch out their own food. They will eat only as much as they need, so there's less waste and less overeating. The Tiger Diner also helps aid in digestion and stop stomach upsets due to eating too fast.

Customer Reviews

Their food flows evenly and I can now stop worrying about them puking from eating too fast.
mtngrl_00
Sophie, my Snow Bengal, was the last to change, but by the next day she'd caught on and was happily fishing out kibble and eating it one piece at a time.
M. Allgood
Also the manufacturing is crap and the description does not accurate describe what you receive.
Nicole Franklin

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Lael on February 11, 2010
Recently, my vet suggested that I keep tighter reins on my kitties' food portions to prevent obesity and vomiting from eating too fast. She suggested one of those portion-control dog bowls that forces them to eat slower by chasing the food around the shapes molded into the bowl. But everything I found was too large for a cat. This was the perfect solution to my fat, bored cat problem! I was a bit skeptical since this is a new item and no one else has rated it, but I am so pleased.

My big Siamese, Capone, looked at me like I was crazy when I took away his favorite old ceramic bowl. But my Himilayan kitten, Java, took to it right away and thought digging out the kibbles was such great fun. Soon, Capone wanted to play too and they spent hours finding a myriad of ways to get the food out. They attacked it from the top, the sides, and while looking into it upside down on their backs. Through all this, they were not able to tip it over, though a more agressive cat might. Since it has paw-sized holes all the way around, multiple cats can get at it simultaneously, alleviating the problem of the Alpha cat taking over the dish. In fact, Java found great delight in stealing the kibbles that Capone was trying to get at from the opposite side.

Pros: Easy to assemble, easy to clean, sturdy plastic. Has a larger storage tube that works like a gravity feeder for multiple cats. Some stores sell it with a free, ribbed placemat that is a MUST for containing the kibble, especially on non-carpeted surfaces. The clear color blends right into any decor -- it doesn't look like the space-age toy that shows in the pic. Can't speak for the other colors, they're pretty bright!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mary Ingold on October 13, 2010
It was entertaining watching my cat play around and bat the thing around (it is supposed to move??) to get its food. Last night the small kibble didn't fall out so easily. The cat got pretty frustrated, sat there and meowed at me to shake the stuff out. Well, today the cat may have figured out a way to get to the jackpot. I found the bottom knocked off and the food spilled out after only a couple days of use. I will put it back together and see if the cat does it again, otherwise I may have to tape the bottom down.

Overall, don't expect the feet to hold it still even on the supplied cloth. Even if you do anchor it down (I tried piling some polished rocks,) you may not want to. I found after doing so it made it harder for my cat to get the food trapped in the center under the plastic core. (I used small kibble). By batting it around, the cat can loosen those stuck pieces, but he/she may figure out how to bat it hard enough to either tip it over or get the bottom to fall off. I like the idea and hope to find a way to make it work, even though it has flaws in its design.

Also note before you vote for or against my review: I have a solid floor. I imagine on a carpeted floor it may not slide as much. For those with wood or tiled floors, however may find the bowl to slide. Also I don't recommend putting this on any kind of ledge or table. It could be easily pushed on the floor.

Update: I managed to secure the bottom better and not had the problem happen again so far, but it is very tricky, especially if you've already filled it.It takes turning it up-side down making sure the center piece is level, then pressing and turning the bottom piece until it locks. This process is more difficult than it should. If the center becomes crooked, the food will fall out faster and solve the problem with food getting stuck there, but may come out too fast depending on how much your cat will eat.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By M. Allgood on April 11, 2010
I own (am owned by?) three cats, two of which like to eat their food so fast that they would throw it up after, though they are perfectly healthy, even with giving them measure meals of a fourth of a cup each twice a day instead of letting them free feed. I was so overjoyed to find this product that I had to order it. The ones I ordered came with a bonus of a cloth place mat.

I ordered two to be on the safe side, not knowing exactly how much it would hold. Turns out, if you put the short tube in, it holds a cup of food. Perfect!

All three responded with curiosity as I set them down. Magick, my 14year old cat took to it immediately and began fishing out bits of kibble with his paws. Who says you can't teach an old cat new tricks! Next was Timmy, who is usually scared of any change, but this presented a new challenge for him and he liked it because he was once again allowed to free feed. Sophie, my Snow Bengal, was the last to change, but by the next day she'd caught on and was happily fishing out kibble and eating it one piece at a time.

The kitty bulimia problem is solved and I've had no wet messes to clean up since they started using the feeders. All three cats seem happier with the added challenge and the food always being available. And, as an added benefit, I no longer have to worry about being home at feeding time. I couldn't be happier.

The only very minor problem I had was that the feeder, even with the place mat, would slide around if the cats got too playful in their feeding and travel - not sure what they were doing but when I got up in the morning after the first night, they had slid one of the feeders about a foot and a half away.
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