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NoBowl Feeding System Lets Your Cat Play With His Food



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To cats, bowls are boring! Feed the need and lose the bowl. The new NoBowl Cat Feeding System allows your cat to do what he does best – hunt!

Ever wonder why ancient Egyptians held cats in such high esteem?

We’re talking statues and demi-god status here. At times, penalties for bringing harm to cats were greater than if you were to do something nefarious to a human! Why was that?

Because the ancient Egyptians knew something even then that we are learning more and more about today…cats are natural hunters and need more enriched environments than we often provide. In those days? Cats were revered for their instinctive ability to conquer the problem of mice in the village grain bins. Not only did they learn that cats were valuable for mousing, and in turn, saving food supply and helping rid villages of disease, but they also made pretty fabulous furry family members as well.

So fast forward to the typical cat of today… fat and happy, lounging in that nice spot on your/his (same difference, right?) favorite chair.
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