Reducing food wastage & carbon footprint.

About the project

In today's busy life schedules and a burgeoning online retail universe, many are buying pet food from online platforms. The struggle with online pet food purchases is that pet food is usually sold in bulk. Wet food comes in 6, 12 or 24 cans, always the same brand and seldom of different flavours. Dry food comes in bags of 1 to 5 kilograms. We know that cats can be picky eaters and food preference can change suddenly. Trying to find the right food can can lead to food waste, financial pains and owner desperations when picky cats refuse to eat.

Starting point.

Catcatplus provide samples packs of both wet and dry food, consisting of different protein types, flavours and brands. This allows owners to owners to test freely without having to bulk buy, reducing the chances of discarding uneaten cat food or incurring additional carbon footprint.

Supporting local communities.

Collecting excess cat food, expired cat food, we share these with local feeders, decreasing food waste and reducing carbon footprint.

By listening, engaging, and offering sample packages, recycling excess cat food, Catcatplus seeks to reduce food waste and to reduce the pet community's carbon footprint.

End result.

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”

– Helen Keller