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Check out these Petlibro automatic feeders on sale at Amazon as of Sept. 14.
Hell hath no fury like a hungry dog or cat that sees you sleeping in past 6:30 a.m. I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but even if you think your pet likes to stay in bed and snuggle with you, they’re really thinking about breakfast (I have no evidence to support this claim and am half-kidding but also I believe this whole-heartedly).
The fact is, our schedules and our pet’s schedules don’t always sync up perfectly, especially now that the world is (sort of) opening up. But automatic feeders and waterers like the Petlibro ones on sale for up to 40% off at Amazon can help account for some of the gaps.
Whether you’re no longer working from home or really can’t get down with your pet’s early morning routine, check out our top picks for auto-feeders and waterers below and the rest of the sale at Amazon.
Meet the feeder that can hold up to six liters of food and can dispense it in the portions you want up to six times throughout the day. What size are the portions, you may be wondering? Well, take your pick of up to 50 options, spaced in 15 mL increments. The LED display will make it clear when it’s time to refill, as will the transparent tank. Oh, and if you’re worried your pet will miss you during mealtime, fret not — you can record a 10-second message to call your furry friend to the table (or to the bowl on the floor, technically).
What would a smart home be without some smart pet tech? The app integration of this WiFi model makes automatic feeding even easier, as you and multiple other users of your choosing can remotely schedule feed times and portions. You can also track past feedings to really stay on top of your pet’s diet. And the desiccant bags make sure that the food stays fresh. Having an app for everything might not be for everyone, but for those who want to stay on top of their pet’s meals wherever they are, this feeder — which usually runs for $89.99 on Petlibro’s site — is a good way to go.
There are hundreds, even thousands, of adorable videos out there of cats drinking from faucets. Why do they love it so much? Why is so cute? We may never know, but what we do know is that there’s a way to give your cat (or dog!) their own personal water fountain that doesn’t require you leaving the sink on all day. This fountain holds two liters of water so you won’t have to refill too, too often. It’s quiet enough to be mistaken for a very subtle water feature and it’s dishwasher safe — and you know we love any product that makes cleaning up after pets easier.