WagWheel™ - Slow Feeder Toy
WagWheel™ - Slow Feeder Toy
WagWheel™ - Slow Feeder Toy
WagWheel™ - Slow Feeder Toy
WagWheel™ - Slow Feeder Toy
WagWheel™ - Slow Feeder Toy
WagWheel™ - Slow Feeder Toy
WagWheel™ - Slow Feeder Toy
WagWheel™ - Slow Feeder Toy
WagWheel™ - Slow Feeder Toy

WagWheel™ - Slow Feeder Toy

Regular price $96.00 Sale price$42.00 Save 56%

Turn Mealtime into Playtime


Obesity is a growing problem in cats, currently affecting nearly 50% of our domestic pets. It can lead to health problems such as arthritis and diabetes, severely affecting cat welfare.


Introducing the WagWheel™

...a fun, interactive toy that combines playtime with mealtime to help control your cat's energy and weight. 

By providing smaller portions of food throughout the day, it helps to maintain optimum weight as well as improve your cat’s digestion.


Improve cat's physical fitness


If you have a cat you know that they have a lot of built-up energy throughout the day. This energy could turn them into their CRAZY CAT-MODE if not used.

The WagWheel™ easily improves their health physically and mentally by allowing them to use up their playful energy.


Cats like to play with many things when they are bored to destress from their long days. This will keep their mind engaged by trying to catch the falling food for the spinning wheel. Overall improving their mental health.

Better Gut Health

Allowing your baby to eat slower will help them digest their food better and improve their overall GUT health and weight. This means fewer VET visits! 

Suction Cup Design

The suction cup is able to stick on any surface, such as a wooden floor or rough ground, doors, windows, and walls. The overall suction cup is stable and will keep things mess-free!

How to use


Color: Green, Yellow, Blue
5.4 x 2.9 x 6.4 inches
Natural plastic


Will one feeder work for two cats?

It works for my multiple cats. It's like playing with a fun ball that dispenses food.

Is that fit for a dog too??

Yes, our products are not only suitable for cats, but also for small-sized dogs.

How much food can this hold? Can I put catnip in this toy for my cat to play with?

It holds about half a cup of cat food. Of course! You can put catnip in this rotating interactive cat toy. It will get your cat bouncing and lively.

Can dog food go in a pet feeder?

Of course

Is this item durable? My cat is very naughty.

- Yes it is

What is the diameter of the holes? 

- The largest hole is 0.472 inches. At the same time, there are many holes of different sizes on the cat food dispenser



✓ Best Slow Feeder Toy (More Safe and Effective compared to others)
✓ Best Investment for you!
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✓ Effective in losing weight and making your cats healthy
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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Norman B******
Works well!

I liked that this is so simple to operate. It's a little difficult to fill with food as the opening is necessarily small as the ball itself is fairly small.
Our young cat was inhaling his food so fast we decided this would help him slow down. It certainly does the job. I guess the only downside of using this to give your cat food is you end up with a certain amount of kitty crumbs on the floor - and then you have to be ok that your entire floor has been licked by your cat... But if you're ok with that, this ball does the job.

He Loves It!

The first time we put it down he ignored it for a bit. Then he figured out there were treats inside! Now he follows us into the kitchen when we take it to refill and meows until he gets it back. It only takes a minute or two of batting it around to get the treats out. We don’t put many in at a time and have tried to adjust it to make things more difficult but still lets the treats out. Moderate success there.. He’s got to lose some weight! Make sure the top is on securely because if it comes off the treats will disappear in a heartbeat!

Leah Memmel
We love it!

My cat adores the challenge of "hunting" his treats and can occupy himself happily for up to 20 minutes at a time. He gallops off after it and then bats it around to get his two treats out. The ball has really helped keep his weight down over the past months.

Provides much needed enrichment!

I got one of these a year ago for my then 8-9 month old kitten; he learned it easily and loved being given his treats in a mild form of exercise, and used it even as an adult cat. I have carpet in most of my apartment, so I only placed the treat toy on the tile kitchen floor (my carpet is brown and he couldn't easily see the treats that spilled out on the carpet).

Fast forward to some household changes and I now have 2 kittens aged 3.5 and 4 months, recovering from their spay/neuter surgery. They are supposed to 'not play, jump, etc' to prevent stitches from coming loose. Even though they both wear e-cones, they can access these treats that fall out on the bathroom floor (where they are 'recovering'). I know they are bored because of the limited play toys, so I am ordering a second treat ball, so each kitten can have their own treat toy.

Abby De Lara
Great product for fat cats

My cat used to nearly inhale her food every time I put it in a bowl. Often this would result in her throwing up in the corner of the living room.

I tried everything from spreading it out on a plate to feeding her smaller meals throughout the day. Nothing seemed to decrease her weight.

However, after a few feedings, she got used to this toy. I would fill it up about halfway twice a day and my cat slowly started to lose weight. She went from 14lb to 11lb in two months. We no longer have issues with her throwing up because she actually works for her food.