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Ceramic Raised Cat Food Bowl Small Dogs Bowl with Wood Stand ,No

Product description

Color:Yellow

The raised bowl: Size:5.9X5.9X2.6Inch.Ceramic Bowl diameter - 5.9inch. It's a perfect size for cats and small dogs.

height design : when cat eating and drinking, reduces neck strain,reduce spine pressure, lowers pressure of your pet's neck joints and stomach,Elevated cat bowls can prevent food from flowing back and prevent vomiting.

Food stays centered easy for your cat to eat. the food to pool at the bottom and will not be easily spilled .Keep the floor or mat clean.

Anti-spill Anti-slip: heavy enough that they won't slip. Bowls bottom with Anti Slip Band

Ceramic cat bowls are healthier :The cat raised bowl is made of Ceramic,Dishwasher and Microwave Safe, You can put it in the dishwasher and free your hands.

Includes: 1 pcs ceramic bowl ,1 pcs wooden frame, 4 pcs non-slip pieces

Ceramic Raised Cat Food Bowl Small Dogs Bowl with Wood Stand ,No

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