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Whether working late or away for a weekend, the Animate Cat Mate C20 Automatic Cat Feeder ensures fresh meals will be reliably ser
The Cat Mate C20 is designed to feed one or two cats, kittens or small dogs when you are away - during the day, evening or over the weekend. Food is kept fresh in two easy-clean compartments sealed by closely fitting lids, and cooled by a built-in ice pack. Just set the timer on each lid to open at the required time, up to 48 hours later.
Whether working late or away for a weekend, the Cat Mate C50 Automatic Pet Feeder ensures fresh meals will be reliably served at the correct time, automatically. Food is kept fresh in five easy-clean compartments by a rotating lid and refrigerated by twin icepacks. Just set the battery-operated timer to the required meal times.
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$55.19-$84.95 First to develop the concept of automatic pet feeders, Ani Mate offers you the worlds best selling product range with 3 models that cater for the most requirements. Whether working late or away for a weekend, all Cat Mate feeders ensure fresh meals will be reliably served a the correct time automatically. All feeders are suitable for all types of food and will give over 12-month of ...Further advantages being that even if you are there at home but you want a lie-in on the weekend, then why not let the automatic cat feeder do that first thing in the morning feed allowing you to get a good rest on your weekend off.I would not recommend that you go on a six week cruise and leave the cat feeder to do the job as for one the food runs out so it’s best to only leave up to a couple of days but that’s enough to give you a weekend away; although some can be set for a week, and large enough to hold a week’s supply of dry cat food. But many American cats and dogs are facing some of the same dietary/fitness issues as their owners. Pet obesity is on the rise, especially when many owners keep pet bowls and feeders topped off with kibbles for their cats or dogs to graze on throughout the day. Think about it, if you worked with a plate of your favorite sandwiches on your desk, would you be able to say "no"? I'd certainly be tempted to have "just one more, don't mind if I do!".
Of course, pet owners aren't intentionally trying to overfeed their dogs or cats. We often leave a "little more" as a treat, sometimes out of guilt when we're away at work or off for a day/weekend trip without our faithful tailed companion. But in time, all those extra treats and feeding opportunities add up, and pets can exhibit some of the same health/dietary issues plaguing their bipedal counterparts. Because our pets cannot speak, they can't clearly communicate what might be ailing them...and the source of those ailments might be sourced to your feeding habits.
According to a , out of the 171 million cats and dogs we include as family in our households, an estimated 93 million US dogs and cats are overweight or obese. That's a staggering figure with even more sobering effects: