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Hi Jill, thanks for your question. Regard this automatic feeder, the minimum of 1/4 cup sometimes is less and sometimes is more, but all will depend of the pellet size you feed your cat. The smaller the pellet the more food will be dispensed. About the mechanism, usually all these feeders have a “drill” system to capture and push out the food.
Cat food bowls come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and materials depending on your needs. From plastic to stainless steel, puzzle feeders to automatic food dispensers, and even standing water dishes to electronic water fountains. Find the option that suits your cat’s lifestyle best.
The Pet Feedster is designed to combat the problems of other automatic pet food dispensers such as clogged chutes and claws getting trapped when your cat tries to reach in for more food. The Feedster is fully adjustable, jam proof and very safe. It can be used indoors or outdoors.Ranked as one of our top automatic cat food dispensers on the market, you really can't go wrong with the Pet Feedster PF-10. You can ensure yourself peace of mind knowing that your cat will be fed on a systematic schedule with this timed cat food dispenser. Accuracy and durability are the two best characteristics of this timed feeder and for that reason it gets our #1 auto cat feeder ranking for 2016.The Wireless Whiskers pet feeder is designed for overweight cats that need to be put on a restricted diet. Food is dispensed automatically, so you never have to worry about overfeeding or underfeeding. The unit records how much your cat eats and automatically adjusts the portions to dispense just the right amount.By connecting to Wi-Fi via the Catspad mobile app, the dome-shaped food and water dispenser can be automated during certain times of the day. So you can arrange food deliveries by weight — sensors in the food bowl detect how much kibble is present — and monitor how much clean, filtered water is left over after each day. Catspad holds up to 60 ounces of dry food, and about 8 liters of water. The company says that should be enough for one cat to live autonomously for up to one month, so long as you’ve set up the food-delivery schedule and keep tabs on the water supply.