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How big is a cat’s stomach? And are we feeding our cats all wrong? — 2 Comments

  1. My feeling is that a hide and hunt feeding system is just too extreme. You will need to monitor each hidden mouse to see how much has been eaten, for one. In addition this would be too hard for ill, blind, disabled, or elderly animals. Most cats seem content to eat out of a bowl, groom, and go to sleep. I could see this working as a playtime activity with treats.

    • Yes, I tend to agree. The theory is okay but I think it is doubtful if it will get traction in the pet product market.

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