Neater Feeder – Holiday Gift Guide

Our cat Vinny was a mess when he ate. I don’t know what he’d do, but there was always food everywhere when he was done. Sadly, he passed away a year and a half ago, but I can’t say that the cats we have adopted since him have been much neater. Fed up with the constant cleaning of the cat food area, I was more than willing to give Neater Feeder a try.

We have been using the Neater Feeder for a little over a week now and I haven’t had messes to clean up. The design makes it pretty much impossible for food or water to spill on the floor.

The feeder is made of two parts, the top and the bottom reservoir, which easily snap together. There are holes in the top part for any spilled water to drain into the bottom reservoir, eliminating water everywhere on the floor. I dogsit for two very large dogs and they manage to nearly flood the kitchen every time they drink. The Neater Feeder would eliminate all of that.

Additionally, any food spilled will collect in the top part of the feeder and never hit the floor. I think we may be able to retire our Spongebob placemat under the feeder pretty soon, since it won’t really serve a purpose anymore!

The Neater Feeder comes in four sizes – small, medium, large and cat. We, of course, received the cat set. It’s the perfect height for our herd of cats, and it also came with two different sized bowls for the food and water. This works well for people who have one-cat households or multi-cat households like we have. You can also purchase sets with leg extensions to make them higher if need be.

The Neater Feeder for cats retails for $34.99 or $37.98 with extensions. Dog Neater Feeders retail from $34.99 to $65.98 depending on size and leg extensions.

Why you need this – no more cleaning up pet food messes. No more kicking the water or food bowl and making the mess yourself.

Who needs this – ANYONE with a cat or dog. They will love you for this!

Where to buy this – You can purchase from Neater Feeder, Petco, and various other pet stores nationwide.

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