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Product description

Colour Name:A7

Description:

100% brand new and high quality

Feature:

1.With A5 food grade melamine material, this cat feeder is safe, non toxic, odorless, smooth and durable

2.Cute cat face shape bowl can easily attract your kitten's eyes. Your cat face is near the cat face shape bowl. Cute design

"p""span"3.4 anti-slip pad covers 4 corners of the bowl. No sliding and shock when your pet is drinking or eating

"p""span"3.Anti slip design on the bottom. Your cat cannot knock over her/his bowl easily

"p""span"3.The anti slip bowl can stay put while your cat eats or drinks, no sliding around

"p""span"4.Solid color. Simple design. Just a bowl for your pet to eat and drink at will

"p""span"5.The bowl is a little shallow and tilted with large opening, so it will works better for your kitten and causes less stress on her/his whiskers when it's time for meal

6.Smooth surface will make it easy to clean. Wipes the bowl and then you can get the cleaner pet feeder

Specification:

Material:melamine

Target Audience:Cat

Size:6.3x14.5cm/2.48x5.7"

Shape:Cat Face

Type:Single,Travel/Portable Bowl

Number of Bowls:1

Used For:Daily Use,Indoor

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