Reddit Reddit reviews Catit Senses 2.0 Food Tree – Interactive Cat Toy

We found 24 Reddit comments about Catit Senses 2.0 Food Tree – Interactive Cat Toy. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Catit Senses 2.0 Food Tree – Interactive Cat Toy
The Food Tree Cat Toy has a new and improved design with increased stabilityInteractive cat toy that stimulates cats to work for their foodCat Feeder is made of BPA-free materialsProvides 3 difficulty levels to challenge your catEasy to disassemble and clean; simply disassemble the food bowl and handwashFor use with dry kibble and treatsCatit Senses 2.0 is a product line developed to activate your cat’s senses; Our cat toys encourage your cat to use sight, smell, taste, touch and hearing to stimulate their natural instincts indoors
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24 Reddit comments about Catit Senses 2.0 Food Tree – Interactive Cat Toy:

u/Aetheos- · 140 pointsr/funny

My cat was starting to get more fat than fluffy, I bought a puzzle feeder and she has lost about a pound and a half in the past year or so. In addition she isn't throwing up near as much from eating to fast because she has to pull what she wants to eat out of the feeder. I used to feed her about a cup of food a day, now with two cats I throw food in whenever it's empty, maybe once a day? They just bat some out when they're hungry, I never have to worry that they're starving.

u/moonrocks415 · 20 pointsr/MEOW_IRL

I have a cat that is a larger breed had the same problem with free feeding from a bowl. She was getting a few pounds overweight, losing energy to play or do anything and vomiting all over the carpet on a near daily basis after speed-eating (gross!)

I bought one of these bad boys about a year ago and ever since my cat eats slower and has drastically cut back 95% of the vomiting. Not only that, she has dropped a few pounds and is wayyyy more active around the house. Plus I think they enjoy playing with it lol. You might here little clinks throughout the day as the kibbles hit the next level, but overall a great stress-reducing investment for me.

u/Watchingpornwithcas · 9 pointsr/fatlogic
u/A_perfect_sonnet · 8 pointsr/cats

Amazon! This is the one I got but there are several on the market

Catit Senses 2.0 Food Tree

u/alkaliphiles · 7 pointsr/cats

My girlfriend's two cats go ballistic if there isn't food available at all times.

My cat eats til she pukes, too. To try and prevent that, we bought two puzzle feeders. My cat also tends to harass us until we go with her to monitor her eating.

Since we got the puzzle feeders, our cats eat a lot less food overall. But mine still needs a chaperone.

u/QDKeck · 7 pointsr/cats

Try this Catit Senses 2.0 Food Tree

Makes the kitty work for the food, drops small amounts at a time, making feeding time longer - might help. Good luck!

u/banana_kat · 6 pointsr/Pets

If you get a second cat you've got to name it Tomato.


No advice on whether or not to get a second cat, but on entertaining your cat when they're home alone:

-Leave the TV on Animal Planet

-Get some treat balls or puzzles to hide in different places around the house every day

-Rotate which toys are out instead of having them all out at once. That way they stay new and exciting.

-Get your kitty some nice window perches so she can look out the window.

u/theyear1200 · 6 pointsr/Pets

Your best bet is to feed him his meals in some sort of food puzzle.

I alternate my scarfing stray between these:

Food Tree

Fun Board

Treat Ball

And then sometimes I feed him pellet by pellet by literally just throwing his food down the hall for him to chase. He loves this, it gets him some exercise, and it forces him to eat much more slowly.

u/wpm · 3 pointsr/fatlogic

Not sure how well it would work for your kitties, but my roommate's cat got super chunky last year until my roommate bought one of those feeder tree things that forces the cat to knock food down from inside. Once he had to work for his food he stopped eating so goddamn much all the time.

u/catscraftsanddnd · 2 pointsr/cats

It's not uncommon for cats to not chew their food, but crushing it could help.

Another cause of the vomiting might be that she is eating her food too fast. Scarfing food too fast or scarfing/then drinking water can cause cats to vomit (drinking after eating causes the food to absorb the water and swell in size).

Observe how fast she is eating, and if that's the case look into getting her an enrichment feeder. It forces the cat to slow down on their eating.

You can also make DIY feeders.

u/Celany · 2 pointsr/keto

We already have 2, and two others that we tried and she figured out really quickly.

The problem with most of them is that she is capable of figuring out the "human" way of opening them/disassembling them, and somehow does it. Like, she's figured out how to operate latches and twist things that are twist-drop-locked into place.

These two, she just flips:

This one, she can remove the lid, and she can also slide the shelves around inside so the pop off and slide all the food out.

I really wish we had stupider cats.

ps: sorry for the cat hijack, y'all!

u/sluttylunalovegood · 1 pointr/CatAdvice

My cat loves this toy. He plays with it independently so he is much less needy when I get home from work. Cat towers also keep cats occupied because they love to climb. You can also keep him entertained with a feeding puzzle like this one. You seem to have a good play schedule, but maybe your cat just needs more mental stimulation! I understand you need to respect your roommates space, so hopefully adding some of these things into the cats life will help!

u/socialpronk · 1 pointr/AskWomen

Little off topic, if your cat is throwing up regularly and not due to any specific medical issue it's often just from eating too fast. I scatter kibble across the floor, or put it in a food dispenser, to slow them down. The Petsafe Fishbowl, a cut open tennis ball, Busy Buddy Twist and Treat, or similar food toy. Or there are neat towers like this one that my cats love.

u/Jcmonnett · 1 pointr/CatAdvice

I had the same issue with my cat eating a lot and puking afterwards. My other cat never had this issue. I bought them a CatIT Food Tree and it really helped slow them down and also keeps them busy!



So far it has been working great for me with the occasional puking here or there from hairballs. Not so much from Food anymore.

u/HungryErbertHS · 1 pointr/aww

Thanks! That's a cat tree for special treats. Here's the Amazon link:
Catit Senses 2.0 Food Tree

u/vannah08510 · 1 pointr/cats

Ah I didn't know you had birds. I thought you meant the ones outside for some reason.

Try (all can be found on amazon)

Nano Robotic Cat Toy (White/Blue)

u/akiyineria · 1 pointr/cats

Is it this feeder? I've used it when my cats were kittens and we were free-feeding. This allowed both our cats to eat their fill. They've both mellowed out and learned to share both dry and wet food so we don't have to worry as much anymore, but maybe the feeder will help!

u/LadyVanya · 1 pointr/PetBehavior

The cat sounds like it's bored and has pent up energy. Pets are like little toddlers: If you dont entertain them, they will do it themselves and it can be destructive at times. Here are some things you can help redirect and expand say energy:


Perches/things to climb/scratch

These are just some ideas. Also go to your local pet store. If the cat doesn't like the new toy, usually they will let you return the toy for a full refund.

u/justanotherkatlady · 1 pointr/cats

Would a slow feeder toy be a possibility? I let my cats forage food out of one and it's legit just sit and use one paw to get the food out.

This is pretty much my cat arsenal. Not sure if these will work with your man but figured i'd put them out there. I also buy cat sticks for them to chew on but usually you have to supervise them because big chunks get chewed off.

Links: Slow Feeder Toy Springs. Cat Wand. Wand Attachments. Wand Attachments 2. String Wand. Tower Feeder

u/OakTeach · 1 pointr/cats

Get her one of those cat feeder toy things. My friend with formerly bored/insane city cats swears by these kinds of things.