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While plastic dishes are common, the best cat bowls are made from stainless steel or ceramic because they are easier to clean and attract fewer bacteria. A cat's whiskers help it navigate its surroundings, determine the width of openings, and communicate mood. Here are tips for choosing a dish that works with your cat’s whiskers, not against them.
Use a shallow bowl that your cat they can grab food without disturbing a whisker. Cats are hard wired to be on guard at all times. They like a dish large enough to hold a day's worth of food, with a lip just tall enough to keep the food contained while letting your cat easily observe the room.
Do not place the bowl in a corner so your cat can’t see what going on. Place the bowl in an area that gives him a good view around him
where you place the dish plays an important role in your cat's level of comfort at supper time. Placing a cat's dish in the corner of a room may put your cat on edge because it’s difficult to see the surroundings. To lessen the stress try put the dish in the open to maximize sight lines.