Hestia Bowl

DOIY
A ceramic bowl shaped as an antique greek amphitheater. With about 7 cm eating height, this bowl is also suitable for your big cat. And for all those “noble” tigers who have to take their meal on a raised pedestal. Especially old cats who find it difficult to stoop will...
37,50 € 33,75 €

Including VAT plus shipping, Delivery: 2-4 days

Color :
White
Terracotta

Sizes & Dimensions
Length: 15.5 cm
Width: 15.5 cm
Height: 7 cm

Available Colours
• Terracotta
• White

Material
Ceramic

Care Instructions
Foodgrade, Dishwasher safe, Freezer safe, Microwave safe.

Check the shipping calculator in your cart to obtain shipping prices for your address. Items can be returned within 14 days if the item has been unused. Please repack as originally shipped to avoid damage during transport.
Founded in Barcelona, DOIY is a lifestyle brand dedicated to designing gifts and home accessories. DOIY stands for unique and cool gifts, their designs are unconventional, iconic, creative, thoughtful and emotional. Every object holds a story. Whether they surprise you, cheer you up, send good vibes or make you laugh... they always provoke a pleasurable emotion.
Product Description

A ceramic bowl shaped as an antique greek amphitheater. With about 7 cm eating height, this bowl is also suitable for your big cat. And for all those “noble” tigers who have to take their meal on a raised pedestal. Especially old cats who find it difficult to stoop will be happy about this bowl from you. If your fluff tends to swallow their food hastily, it can also help to serve the food a little higher.

The opening is large enough to avoid irritating the whiskers, but deep enough to prevent cats, who like to push their feed through the apartment, to get it out of the bowl easily.

This bowl is a thanksgiving to the ancient greeks!

Even in ancient times, cats were an important part of society, not only because they controlled the spread of pests. In ancient Greece, polecats and maddies initially took over the cats’ task as mouse and rat catcher. Yes they were less cute and fluffy, but at that time cats only existed in Egypt and the Egyptians were not ready to share their sacred animals with the Greeks. But then, around 900 BC, clever Greek traveling salesmen secretly hid some cats on their ships. So basically, huge thanks to the Greeks for bringing cats to Europe.

By the way, the Romans even loved cats so much that they named their four-legged friends the biocultural heritage of the city and gave them the status of Roman citizens!
Customer Reviews
You have successfully subscribed!
This email has been registered
ico-collapse
0
Recently Viewed
ic-cross-line-top
Top
ic-expand
ic-cross-line-top