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Pictured: Dr Bales An entrepreneurial vet is set to pounce on the lucrative pet industry after launching the world's first feeding system that allows pet cats to 'hunt' for their food. Dr Elizabeth Bales says pet cats can exercise their predatory instincts thanks to her cunning creation that mimics their natural behaviour in the wild. Her product, called NoBowl, consists of five mouse-shaped holders that are filled with cat food and then hidden around the house. Hungry moggies then have to hunt down the food-filled mice, which Dr Bales says allows them to eat when they're hungry and leads to a healthier and more fun lifestyle. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: NoBowl/Solent News ? NoBowl/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The NoBowl can be split into two parts for cleaning An entrepreneurial vet is set to pounce on the lucrative pet industry after launching the world's first feeding system that allows pet cats to 'hunt' for their food. Dr Elizabeth Bales says pet cats can exercise their predatory instincts thanks to her cunning creation that mimics their natural behaviour in the wild. Her product, called NoBowl, consists of five mouse-shaped holders that are filled with cat food and then hidden around the house. Hungry moggies then have to hunt down the food-filled mice, which Dr Bales says allows them to eat when they're hungry and leads to a healthier and more fun lifestyle. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: NoBowl/Solent News ? NoBowl/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A cat using NoBowl, where it attacks it like a mouse to get it's food. An entrepreneurial vet is set to pounce on the lucrative pet industry after launching the world's first feeding system that allows pet cats to 'hunt' for their food. Dr Elizabeth Bales says pet cats can exercise their predatory instincts thanks to her cunning creation that mimics their natural behaviour in the wild. Her product, called NoBowl, consists of five mouse-shaped holders that are filled with cat food and then hidden around the house. Hungry moggies then have to hunt down the food-filled mice, which Dr Bales says allows them to eat when they're hungry and leads to a healthier and more fun lifestyle. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: NoBowl/Solent News ? NoBowl/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The NoBowl has a section inside a fabric mouse which you fill with food. An entrepreneurial vet is set to pounce on the lucrative pet industry after launching the world's first feeding system that allows pet cats to 'hunt' for their food. Dr Elizabeth Bales says pet cats can exercise their predatory instincts thanks to her cunning creation that mimics their natural behaviour in the wild. Her product, called NoBowl, consists of five mouse-shaped holders that are filled with cat food and then hidden around the house. Hungry moggies then have to hunt down the food-filled mice, which Dr Bales says allows them to eat when they're hungry and leads to a healthier and more fun lifestyle. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: NoBowl/Solent News ? NoBowl/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A pair of seal in Cornwall. A sporty seal surfs down a wave on its belly - then celebrates his ride with a high five. Photographer Tim Hunt spotted the grey seal splashing about in waves while he was walking along Godrevy beach near the Cornish holiday resort of St. Ives. Quick thinking Mr Hunt managed to capture the seal's endearing behaviour on camera as it frolicked in the surf. The area is well known for its thriving grey seal colony but Mr Hunt had to wait patiently for dog walkers to leave the beach before he could snap the seal playing. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Tim Hunt/Solent News ? Tim Hunt/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A seal in the surf in Cornwall. A sporty seal surfs down a wave on its belly - then celebrates his ride with a high five. Photographer Tim Hunt spotted the grey seal splashing about in waves while he was walking along Godrevy beach near the Cornish holiday resort of St. Ives. Quick thinking Mr Hunt managed to capture the seal's endearing behaviour on camera as it frolicked in the surf. The area is well known for its thriving grey seal colony but Mr Hunt had to wait patiently for dog walkers to leave the beach before he could snap the seal playing. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Tim Hunt/Solent News ? Tim Hunt/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A pair of seals under the waves in Cornwall. A sporty seal surfs down a wave on its belly - then celebrates his ride with a high five. Photographer Tim Hunt spotted the grey seal splashing about in waves while he was walking along Godrevy beach near the Cornish holiday resort of St. Ives. Quick thinking Mr Hunt managed to capture the seal's endearing behaviour on camera as it frolicked in the surf. The area is well known for its thriving grey seal colony but Mr Hunt had to wait patiently for dog walkers to leave the beach before he could snap the seal playing. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: Tim Hunt/Solent News ? Tim Hunt/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A cat using NoBowl, where it attacks it like a mouse to get it's food. An entrepreneurial vet is set to pounce on the lucrative pet industry after launching the world's first feeding system that allows pet cats to 'hunt' for their food. Dr Elizabeth Bales says pet cats can exercise their predatory instincts thanks to her cunning creation that mimics their natural behaviour in the wild. Her product, called NoBowl, consists of five mouse-shaped holders that are filled with cat food and then hidden around the house. Hungry moggies then have to hunt down the food-filled mice, which Dr Bales says allows them to eat when they're hungry and leads to a healthier and more fun lifestyle. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: NoBowl/Solent News ? NoBowl/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A cat using NoBowl, where it attacks it like a mouse to get it's food. An entrepreneurial vet is set to pounce on the lucrative pet industry after launching the world's first feeding system that allows pet cats to 'hunt' for their food. Dr Elizabeth Bales says pet cats can exercise their predatory instincts thanks to her cunning creation that mimics their natural behaviour in the wild. Her product, called NoBowl, consists of five mouse-shaped holders that are filled with cat food and then hidden around the house. Hungry moggies then have to hunt down the food-filled mice, which Dr Bales says allows them to eat when they're hungry and leads to a healthier and more fun lifestyle. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: NoBowl/Solent News ? NoBowl/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A cat using NoBowl, where it attacks it like a mouse to get it's food. An entrepreneurial vet is set to pounce on the lucrative pet industry after launching the world's first feeding system that allows pet cats to 'hunt' for their food. Dr Elizabeth Bales says pet cats can exercise their predatory instincts thanks to her cunning creation that mimics their natural behaviour in the wild. Her product, called NoBowl, consists of five mouse-shaped holders that are filled with cat food and then hidden around the house. Hungry moggies then have to hunt down the food-filled mice, which Dr Bales says allows them to eat when they're hungry and leads to a healthier and more fun lifestyle. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: NoBowl/Solent News ? NoBowl/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A cat using NoBowl, where it attacks it like a mouse to get it's food. An entrepreneurial vet is set to pounce on the lucrative pet industry after launching the world's first feeding system that allows pet cats to 'hunt' for their food. Dr Elizabeth Bales says pet cats can exercise their predatory instincts thanks to her cunning creation that mimics their natural behaviour in the wild. Her product, called NoBowl, consists of five mouse-shaped holders that are filled with cat food and then hidden around the house. Hungry moggies then have to hunt down the food-filled mice, which Dr Bales says allows them to eat when they're hungry and leads to a healthier and more fun lifestyle. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: NoBowl/Solent News ? NoBowl/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: A cat using NoBowl, where it attacks it like a mouse to get it's food. An entrepreneurial vet is set to pounce on the lucrative pet industry after launching the world's first feeding system that allows pet cats to 'hunt' for their food. Dr Elizabeth Bales says pet cats can exercise their predatory instincts thanks to her cunning creation that mimics their natural behaviour in the wild. Her product, called NoBowl, consists of five mouse-shaped holders that are filled with cat food and then hidden around the house. Hungry moggies then have to hunt down the food-filled mice, which Dr Bales says allows them to eat when they're hungry and leads to a healthier and more fun lifestyle. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: NoBowl/Solent News ? NoBowl/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Infographic: The NoBowl. An entrepreneurial vet is set to pounce on the lucrative pet industry after launching the world's first feeding system that allows pet cats to 'hunt' for their food. Dr Elizabeth Bales says pet cats can exercise their predatory instincts thanks to her cunning creation that mimics their natural behaviour in the wild. Her product, called NoBowl, consists of five mouse-shaped holders that are filled with cat food and then hidden around the house. Hungry moggies then have to hunt down the food-filled mice, which Dr Bales says allows them to eat when they're hungry and leads to a healthier and more fun lifestyle. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: NoBowl/Solent News ? NoBowl/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The NoBowl has a section inside a fabric mouse which you fill with food. An entrepreneurial vet is set to pounce on the lucrative pet industry after launching the world's first feeding system that allows pet cats to 'hunt' for their food. Dr Elizabeth Bales says pet cats can exercise their predatory instincts thanks to her cunning creation that mimics their natural behaviour in the wild. Her product, called NoBowl, consists of five mouse-shaped holders that are filled with cat food and then hidden around the house. Hungry moggies then have to hunt down the food-filled mice, which Dr Bales says allows them to eat when they're hungry and leads to a healthier and more fun lifestyle. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: NoBowl/Solent News ? NoBowl/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The NoBowl has a section inside a fabric mouse which you fill with food. An entrepreneurial vet is set to pounce on the lucrative pet industry after launching the world's first feeding system that allows pet cats to 'hunt' for their food. Dr Elizabeth Bales says pet cats can exercise their predatory instincts thanks to her cunning creation that mimics their natural behaviour in the wild. Her product, called NoBowl, consists of five mouse-shaped holders that are filled with cat food and then hidden around the house. Hungry moggies then have to hunt down the food-filled mice, which Dr Bales says allows them to eat when they're hungry and leads to a healthier and more fun lifestyle. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: NoBowl/Solent News ? NoBowl/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: Dr Bales An entrepreneurial vet is set to pounce on the lucrative pet industry after launching the world's first feeding system that allows pet cats to 'hunt' for their food. Dr Elizabeth Bales says pet cats can exercise their predatory instincts thanks to her cunning creation that mimics their natural behaviour in the wild. Her product, called NoBowl, consists of five mouse-shaped holders that are filled with cat food and then hidden around the house. Hungry moggies then have to hunt down the food-filled mice, which Dr Bales says allows them to eat when they're hungry and leads to a healthier and more fun lifestyle. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: NoBowl/Solent News ? NoBowl/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The NoBowl can be split into two parts for cleaning An entrepreneurial vet is set to pounce on the lucrative pet industry after launching the world's first feeding system that allows pet cats to 'hunt' for their food. Dr Elizabeth Bales says pet cats can exercise their predatory instincts thanks to her cunning creation that mimics their natural behaviour in the wild. Her product, called NoBowl, consists of five mouse-shaped holders that are filled with cat food and then hidden around the house. Hungry moggies then have to hunt down the food-filled mice, which Dr Bales says allows them to eat when they're hungry and leads to a healthier and more fun lifestyle. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: NoBowl/Solent News ? NoBowl/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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Pictured: The NoBowl can be split into two parts for cleaning An entrepreneurial vet is set to pounce on the lucrative pet industry after launching the world's first feeding system that allows pet cats to 'hunt' for their food. Dr Elizabeth Bales says pet cats can exercise their predatory instincts thanks to her cunning creation that mimics their natural behaviour in the wild. Her product, called NoBowl, consists of five mouse-shaped holders that are filled with cat food and then hidden around the house. Hungry moggies then have to hunt down the food-filled mice, which Dr Bales says allows them to eat when they're hungry and leads to a healthier and more fun lifestyle. SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS. Please byline: NoBowl/Solent News ? NoBowl/Solent News & Photo Agency UK +44 (0) 2380 458800
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