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Cat’s Staff Can Sleep in When You Have an Automatic Pet Feeder
By BL Ochman
This morning at 5:30 a.m., Noni Kitty Ochman devised a new technique for waking his staff – and his brother, Benny Bix Ochman Labradoodle – to bring his breakfast. He got the idea from his buddy, Romeo the Cat.
He conveyed that information with amazingly loud yowling while jumping back and forth across the bed, directly over the female staff’s head. Of course he was very careful to land on my hair a few times because experience has taught him that the staff always responds to that technique.
Well, Mr. He Who Must Be Obeyed, we’re going to get stacksandstacks’
8-A-Day Pet Feeder .
We can feed your pet wet food, dry food and even pet medication – while we’re sleeping! – up to 8 times a day – any time we choose – from its eight-compartment feeding bowl.
The digital timer even features voice recording ability. We can record a special message to be played or sung to Noni during each mealtime.
Since, food and medicine can be given while we are sleeping, our plan is to set it to feed Noni Kitty at 3 p.m. and 3 a.m. with, perhaps, a teeny snack at 5 a.m. Then there will never be a reason to wake the staff for food.
The 8-A-Day Pet Feeder works on AA batteries (batteries not included) and is compact and portable.
This feeder, which has removable bowls for easy cleaning, holds over 96 ounces of food – 12 ozs of canned food or dry food per compartment. Ice packs can keep wet food fresh for up to 12 hours. Free shipping from stacksandstacks should soon have us all sleeping in peacefully.
Tags: 8-a-day-pet feeder, automatic cat feeder, Noni Kitty Ochman, stackandstacks
December 1, 2009