- Electronic Feeder: A Short Description
- Who Needs An Electronic Feeder
- What To Consider Before Buying An Electronic Feeder
- One Or Multiple Food Compartments
- The Best Electronic Feeders On The Market
1. Electronic Feeder: A Short Description
As you landed on my page you are probably looking for the perfect electronic pet feeder. For those who do not know what kind of device this is, I will write a short introduction.
‘Automatic pet feeder’, ‘timed cat- or dog food dispenser’ or simply ‘electronic feeder’: There are many different names, but basically they all refer to a pet feeding station that contains multiple meals for your furry friend. Due to its electronic timing function, you can decide at which time a meal should be made accessible for your cat and/or dog. Like this, you have full control about the timing and amount of food provided without the need of you being physically involved every time.
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Although I really enjoy being at home and spending time with my loved ones, once in a while I like to travel and see something new. I like being as spontaneous as possible, but some things have to be prepared before I leave the house.
One of those things is the wellbeing of my two cats Minnie and Apollo. My first thought is always to just take them with me, but I know that it is not that easy to do so nor the optimal solution for my cats. The possibility of giving them to somebody else (friends, family or cat shelter) are out of the way. They like to stay in the territory they know and feel comfortable in. So whenever possible I leave them at home. But before saying goodbye to Minnie and Apollo I take a look at my ‘be gone-checklist’ to make sure they are just as happy when I come back home. So far it worked incredibly well and I (almost) don’t worry about my little babies and enjoy the vacation as much as possible.
So lets get to the checklist! Continue reading “Keep Your Cat Happy During Vacations”
Even though it is not a huge problem for most cat owners, those of you who own a dog can probably relate to the topic I refer to today: the stress and anxiety your dog goes through during a thunderstorm or fireworks.
My parents’ dog is highly prone to stress whenever a thunderstorm is near. He tends to be so scared that he hides in the most odd places (he really likes the space under the office table, where all the computer cables run). It is so painful to watch this cutie suffer an irrational fear that I decided to do some research on that topic. I found some really helpful tips that may also help your pet. Continue reading “How To Keep Your Dog Stressfree During Fireworks And Thunderstorms”
So, I was about to write my first blogpost and it turns out it will be a rather big one (this really takes some time when you do it right). Anyways, while enjoying a cup of coffee that was getting too cold too fast (as always) and petting Apollo on my lap, I heard a sound that I know way too good.
It was the sound of something fragile hitting the floor. After a second of shock and the initial thought of a murderer in my apartment, I calmed down and stopped writing to examine what caused the sound. When I entered the kitchen there was no denying that the familiar sound was exactly what I expected. This time ‘something fragile’ was a vase I bought just two weeks ago, hitting the kitchen floor. It was also pretty clear what caused this to happen. Although at first there was no sign of the attacker, I could see a little frightened Minnie trying to hide behind a kitchen chair. I was both relieved that theres no murderer in my apartment and concerned about Minnie being hurt. Luckily Minnie is still in one piece – unlike the vase – just a bit frightened of the sound she just heard. She watched me clean the kitchen as if she tried to accompany me and helping me with the duty she put me through. I can’t be mad about her anyway.
That is the story about how I started to write my first blogpost and ended with a broken vase, a frightened cat (Apollo was still sleeping as if nothing had happened when I came back), cold coffee and no blogpost.
I really hope this gets better over time!