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Old January 10th, 2012, 09:50 AM
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Pipolino for food obsessed cats

http://www.pipolino.ca/eng/index.html (for dry kibble foods)

Our cat Baci who was INSANELY food obsessed (SCREAMING FOR and inhaling any quantity of food within 1-2 minutes) has been using this daily for 4-5 months.

King Baci gets fed 3x a day. Twice a day he is fed using the pipolino and once a day he gets wet food.

Although he still eats the wet food fairly quickly it's SO much better than before we started using this product.

When he eats from the pipolino, it takes him about 15 minutes, and now, he often leaves some for a snack later on in the day.
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Old January 10th, 2012, 03:32 PM
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This looks like a really good product for cats Marko. I did not know that cats are food piggies too. Makes your kitty use their minds also. patti
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So as they roll it, kibble spills out randomly? We have a Buster Cube that works the same way for dogs, though our dogs use it as a party Toy. Very clever!
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So as they roll it, kibble spills out randomly?
exactamundo! and you can vary the level of difficulty by allowing more, or less holes to be open.
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