Do you have a cat that throws up a lot? If so, it might be helpful to give them their food from an elevated food bowl. Believe it or not, this can actually help with stomach problems in cats. In this blog post, we will discuss the benefits of elevated food bowls for cats and why your furry friend needs one. We will also provide some tips on how to choose the right elevated food bowl for your cat.
One of the main benefits of using an elevated food bowl for your cat is that it can help with pet insurance claims. If your cat vomits frequently, this can be a sign of a health condition known as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Pet insurance companies may be more likely to approve claims for treatment of GERD if you can provide evidence that you have been feeding your cat from an elevated food bowl.
Below are a couple of our top picks for elevated cat dishes:
The 15° tilted elevated bowl reduces the strain when leaning their bodies, which helps to avoid future problems in the spine and digestive system. Pets with arthritis, neck or back problems find it a relief to eat from a raised feeder.
A Whisker Fatigue Cat Bowl! A wide flat bowl is what cats are looking for to prevent the sensory stress that comes from whiskers hitting the side of their dish. Not all raised cat bowls are whisker fatigue bowls, but this one is. 6.13” inches wide, cats can eat right to the bottom without stress.