We've got three cats all with different food needs so 3 different kinds of kibble. It has never been a problem before but there is a problem with the latest kitty. He was quite skinny when he arrived at 15 weeks old but soon filled out and was recently neutered. He wouldn't eat anything at the vets so when he came home I fed him and he was fine. Later on in the evening he disappeared and when I went to look he'd got into a box containing Sanabelle treats, scratched, clawed and eaten through the pack sides of two and eaten the lot. With no after effects thank goodness. A few days later he did the same with a bag of kitten kibble left in his room but sealed. Fortunately it fell over so he could only get a bit out of the hole (although when I picked it up nearly the whole bag fell out., I'd got some cat food that was out of date in bag under the stairs (and hidden) waiting for the right bin to be collected. Somehow he found it and was half way into one of those bags. Removed that but now a new 4 kg bag that was in the hall for when the one in the kitchen ran out has started getting his attention. He gets the correct amount of kibble four times a day but a good half pack of wet food. I thought when he was neutered his appetite would subside but it hasn't. If he leaves anything it's bit of wet food but the kibble is gone totally and if a bit is left he goes back for it later. He is extremely active, his room is 17ft long so in a morning you can hear him banging around and when he's downstairs, charging up and downstairs or around rooms is quite normal. So does he need more kibble and can anyone recommend a good food bin that will hold three bags of kibble, for the different needs of each cat.