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Old 02-15-05, 08:23 PM
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please help me find a high-end cat dish

hi! this is not a joke thread. After reading j123vt_99's thread on high-end dog bowls, I really want to get a nice bowl for my cat. Yes, I know she doesn't care, but I like the idea of having a Burbburry/Gucci bowl in my kitchen. From what I have seen, all the high-end pet bowls are more "dog-size"... anything for cats?

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Originally Posted by BobDole42
hi! this is not a joke thread. After reading j123vt_99's thread on high-end dog bowls, I really want to get a nice bowl for my cat. Yes, I know she doesn't care, but I like the idea of having a Burbburry/Gucci bowl in my kitchen. From what I have seen, all the high-end pet bowls are more "dog-size"... anything for cats?

thank you!

i think someone is having a little fun at my expense
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j123vt_99,

I swear I am not having fun at your expense. I honestly have been thinking of getting a designer dish for my cat for a while now, but had forgotten about it until I saw your thread.
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Most (if not all) of the bowls posted in the 'dog bowl' thread will also hold cat food, so I suggest one of those... but why stop there?! I also recommend a high-end litter box:

http://www.catsplay.com/litterbox_d.php3
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haha, that litter box is hilarious! I know the bowls will work for dogs too, but I feed my cat much smaller portions and was hoping for something less massive. I may be out of luck though. I think I might just go with the Burburry dish - it's not too huge and only 60 bucks.
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These are kind of neat... http://www.objects-of-design.com/mal...uct-961853.stm

And these are rather out there: http://www.snootypets.com/SnootyPets...tegoryID=10015

And these look like a bird bath: http://www.classycatdishes.com/

That's all I got. I don't have a cat, so not much help. I have a bird. Any designer bird food holders out there?!
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Originally Posted by BobDole42
haha, that litter box is hilarious! I know the bowls will work for dogs too, but I feed my cat much smaller portions and was hoping for something less massive. I may be out of luck though. I think I might just go with the Burburry dish - it's not too huge and only 60 bucks.

i love mine.. makes a perfect water bowl
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j123vt_99,
I think I am going to get the Burburry bowl and use it as a water bowl for my cat and stick with my glass food dish. Nothing wrong with giving the cat too much water!
thanks for all the advice!
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For a water bowl, I cannot recommend the Drinkwell Pet Fountain highly enough. They are just awesome. And seriously, what's more high end than a recirculating, filtered water bowl? Don't go with looks, go with function.

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Tabby with shallots in a mushroom sauce
Calico with caviar
Cat au Vin
Kitten Thermadore

ohhhhhh, you mean....




nevermind
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Sounds like somebody is P***Y Whipped!

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