The Benefits of Hunting
Prevent Bad Behavior
Cats redirect the hunting instinct into bad cat behavior. Exercising natural hunting instinct improves your cat’s mood and preserves your furniture.
Sleep Through the Night
Your cat will hunt for feeders at night, instead of hunting you!
Stop Scarf and Barf
Your cat’s stomach is the size of a ping pong ball. Hunting multiple small portions eliminates scarf and barf.
Litter Box Solutions
Cats show distress by peeing outside of the litterbox. Hunting feeders relieve stress and can eliminate this terrible problem.
Portion Control + Exercise
= Healthy Weight
Your cat will happily spend the day hunting, receiving much needed exercise.
Cats are born hunters. In nature, cats spend 80% of their waking hours hunting for food. Nature made a cat’s stomach the size of a ping-pong ball - the size of a mouse. Cats are programmed to hunt, catch and play with at least 5 small meals a day. Hunting is your cat’s natural, physical and mental exercise. Bowl feeding is overfeeding your cat's body, while leaving it’s predatory soul starved.
The indoor hunting feeder replicates your cat’s natural feeding behavior. You fill and hide all 5 mice once a day. Now your cat gets to recreate the seeking circuit. Your cat will hunt, catch and play with it’s “prey” before eating an appropriate amount of food at least 5 times a day, just like nature intended.
Veterinary science has long known that cats need to hunt for their food for their physical and mental health. Bowl feeding is making our cats bored, stressed and sick. These bowl-created problems are making our cats act out - with scarf and barf, urinating outside of the litter box, aggressive and destructive behavior and even waking us up at night to be fed.
“Until now, there has been no other way. That is why I created the Indoor Hunting Feeder. In my veterinary office, I can help one cat at a time. With Doc & Phoebe’s Indoor Hunting Feeder, we can improve the lives of cats around the world.”
- Veterinarian Dr. Liz Bales