I have pets. I never thought I'd have pets. And if I did, I really wanted a dog. I love dogs. I'm a dog person.
Turns out I have two kittens and goldfish! None of my choices, but I'm the one taking care of them as if I was the one who chose them :)
When we first got the kittens I did look into the neater feeder, but it was too expensive. I hope I can get one sometime though.
About The Neater Feeder
The spilled water drains into a lower reservoir that can safely contain more than an entire bowl of spilled water, keeping it off the floor until you are ready to dispose of it. Keeping the spilled food in the upper reservoir, off the floor, not only saves you work, but also keeps it clean for reuse.
The Only Mess Proof Feeder
The Neater Feeder is the only feeding system on the market that manages the mess by containing and separating spilled food from spilled water!
Protects Your Floors
The Neater Feeder protects floors and walls from the stains, mold and damage that can occur from spilled water and food.
No more cleaning up every time your pet’s bowl is bumped, or when your over-eager eater enjoys a meal.
Comfortable for Your Pet
The Neater Feeder provides a healthier eating environment for your pet. First, it keeps their dining area neat, clean, and more sanitary. It also deters pests from getting to your pet’s food or water and reduces the spills and mess that attract them in the first place.
Further, the Neater Feeder for dogs is elevated, improving comfort, improving digestion, and reducing neck and joint strain.
Looks Great in Any Home
With its attractive colors and stylish design, the Neater Feeder for dogs and cats will soon become the new piece of furniture you can’t live without.
You can discover a first hand experience in Miss Frugal Mommy's review!
Colette is a busy mom of 2 kids focusing solely on being a mom. She hails from the Caribbean and now balances the full life of being a SAHM and dabbling in odd jobs to help around the home. She enjoys sharing her memories, hopes, food, travel, entertainment, and product experiences on her blog. Please read my disclosure