Catit Senses Food Tree

Getting Started

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On this page you can find all information you need to get successfully started with the Catit Senses Food Tree.

How do I assemble the Catit Senses Food Tree?

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Place the green cylinder on top of the white base. Rotate the cylinder clockwise to fix it onto the base. Next add dry food, treats, or small toys to the discs inside the Food Tree. Finally, cover the Food Tree with the white lid.
Alternatively, you can refer to the instruction sheet.

How do I teach my cat to use the Catit Senses Food Tree?

Your cat will be more inclined to use the Catit Senses Food Tree if they don’t have access to other food sources. Try introducing the toy to your cat when they’re a bit hungry, or placing their favorite treats inside as extra incentive.

Most cats get used to the Food Tree in a few days time. If you find that its presence confuses or scares your cat, put the product away for a few days and try reintroducing it to your cat in a different spot.

Q&A

Is the Food Tree BPA-free?

The Catit Senses Food Tree is made of BPA-free materials.

How do I change the difficulty settings on the Catit Senses Food Tree?

The bottom disc inside the Food Tree is made up of a white top layer and a grey bottom layer. The white layer can be twisted to the left or right to make the holes either bigger or smaller.

Cleaning

How do I disassemble the Catit Senses Food Tree?

Remove the white lid by gently pulling upward. The discs inside the Catit Senses Food Tree can be removed by rotating them counter clockwise, after which you can pull them upward. To unscrew the green cylinder from the white base, rotate the green cylinder counter clockwise.

How do I clean the Catit Senses Food Tree?

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To assure a thorough cleaning, we advise to disassemble the Food Tree first.
All components can be washed with warm water, using a soft sponge and dishwashing soap. Never use aggressive detergents or an abrasive sponge.

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