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This has been my favorite container set for food, especially since I have so many kitties. I use the larger container for their food and the smaller container for treats. I can roll it from food bowl to food bowl and it comes with a scoop.
IRIS 3-Piece Airtight Pet Food Container Combo
Made of 100% Premium Silicone at food grade, these can covers are durable, nontoxic, and dishwasher safe. They fit 3-ounce, 5.5-ounce, 12-ounce and 13.2-ounce pet food cans.
PetBonus Pet Can Covers
Another great stainless steel fountain option, this one is perfect for multi-cat households with its large capacity and four different streams of water.
PetSafe Drinkwell 360 Multi-Pet Fountain
Food bowls, water bowls, and water fountains should always be ceramic, glass, or steel as these materials will not scratch. Scratches in materials like plastic allow a breeding ground for bacteria. Plastic is also a common allergen for cats, causing acne on the chin area. From there, cats naturally prefer moving water so a fountain is a preferred choice over a bowl of stagnant water.
Pioneer Pet Raindrop Stainless Steel Pet Drinking Fountain
Game 1: globe resembles a fish bowl and requires cats to scoop out treats with their paw. Game 2: peg allows cats to make out treats from a distance and map out a hunting strategy. Game 3: alley is a playful option that allows cats to earn treats while lying down using their paws or claws or toes. Game 4: tongue is for liquid treats since the slits hinder the cat from using its paws. Game 5: tunnel has a mouse hole for hiding toys and treats.
Trixie 5-in-1 Activity Center
Another great option for a low lying bowl perfect for kitties. Dr. Catsby put extra thought into their bowl with the curvature keeping the food in the middle, the finger hole for easy pick up, and the silicone bottom to keep it in place.
Dr. Catsby's Food Bowl for Whisker Relief
Again, we have a stainless steel material. The important factor for a food bowl is to consider "whisker fatigue." You should choose a bowl that is very shallow so when kitty eats his food his whiskers are not hitting the sides of the bowl.
OurPets Durapet Bowl Cat Dish
Another shallow, stainless steel food bowl option, this bowl also has the option of a stand which can allow for a more comfortable eating posture, especially for larger cats.
PetFusion Premium Brushed Stainless Steel Bowl
For those who appreciate a more aesthetic fountain, the Pagoda Fountain is the way to go. It is ceramic, a material that will not scratch and harbor bacteria, and comes in a variety of colors.
PetSafe Drinkwell Ceramic Pagoda Fountain
Full disclosure that this feeder is a pricey item and will not be for everyone. However, if you have a multi-cat home with different dietary needs, this is a wonderful option to make sure everyone eats their own food only.