Oddly enough again we were sent some dog products. This one I wasn’t even sure what to think, maybe it was a mistake? But no, dog bowls. o.O
We were sent two Robusto Bowls from Loving Pets, you can see the ivory one above, and the other is being washed right now. So no pictures for now. But we were also sent the violet one.
I don’t feed our indoor cats in bowls, because when I do Cookie and Shadow act like there is no more food in them if there isn’t food in the direct center. So I feed them on plates, because otherwise they beg.
The strays outside however, aren’t as picky, and will eat the bowl empty no matter what. There are a lot of strays in the area, and we feed them because 1.) we can’t take them in, we just can’t… and 2.) at least this way they’re getting food. So I don’t feel as bad that I can’t adopt every lonely humanless cat in the area. Yes, I would do so if I had the funds and the space. >.>
Loving Pets Products offer dog and cat bowls, as well as treats for dogs and cats.
Robusto Bowls are meant to be extremely durable..
They feature solid heavy gauge aluminum construction with a simple designed ceramic like interior. They’ve been tested to be so tough, that the folks at Loving Pets actually ran one over with a 6000 lb. truck without a single dent or crack! Yep.. perfect for strays and northern Idaho winters. Plus.. if it accidentally gets ran over by my van… well I think it’d harm my tired but not the bowls! Yikes!
The strays are enjoying having nicer bowls to eat out of. I feel good knowing that they’re fed, and part of the family even if they have to be outdoor only. Yes, 8 is my indoor limit. We probably feed about 2-6 (maybe more?!) stray cats at any given time of the year.