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For our cats: We got cat toys, we got overpriced snacks they love, scratching posts and everything in between. , has a spoiled fur baby. We love them and want the best for them. However, things can be difficult to regulate, especially when it comes to food.
We served their snacks and food. Then clean up the barf from overeating later. But he’s discovered one of Amazon’s best-kept secrets that shoppers say is good for solving not only cat feeding problems, but cat boredom. Best place? Less than $10.
This Lickimat Felix is an innovative tool to reduce anxiety, boredom and overeating with your fur baby. This mat is perfect for cats who need to slow down their eating a bit because they feel sick or lethargic afterwards. So with the LickiMat, you get a rich feeding experience as the grooves around it make it easier to take time to eat. This highly versatile mat, both freezer and microwave safe, also aids in dental health as the textured surface scrapes food off your cat’s tongue (when your cat puts its face into your tongue). No more waking up to that horrible fishy smell when you push it in!)
All you have to do is offer your cat food or treats on the mat (then the residue is easy to wash off!)
With nearly 6,000 reviews on Amazon, pet parents just can’t get enough of this mat. One shopper said this was a “pet must-have”. I love my cat too. It’s easy to clean and you can spread things out. Perfect size especially for cats and small dogs. ”
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Another shopper added that the mat “helps my cat with an eating disorder,” adding, “I tried the slow-eating bowl, but the hard ridges are too high for the cat’s muzzle to reach the food.” Too much and my tongue hurts. Then I got this and the ridge is low enough for her to reach, take a bite and lick all the gravy. It wasn’t that long ago, but now it’s not every morning, but once or twice a week.”
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