No more worries about missing your pet’s feeding time
I got this new Eatwell 2 Meal Pet Feeder to test and report on. Usually I enjoy trying out new stuff but the bad news about this is that my Mommeh left me alone over the weekend so I could try out the feeder. Okay, I admit she did have the trip already planned. And I wasn’t exactly home alone, because I had that maniac Harley to keep me company.
This is the feeder. You stick a single AA battery in the bottom, which runs the mechanical timers on each of the two trays. Then twirl the knobs to set the two timers for any time up to a maximum of 48 hours. Here’s the good part: I got to try it in advance several times throughout the week to make sure it was reliable. Luckily, it always popped open as scheduled and I got a delicious extra snack!
You put the food into the tray here, and each food tray holds up to 1 1/2 cups of dry food. After filling the trays, your mom or dad closes the lid and sets the timer. I learned to recognize the sound of the feeder lid popping open so I knew to run over and chow down.
The tray is plenty big and easy to eat from. Once Harley realized that food was inside this gadget, he spent lots of time trying to pry the lids open. After he realized he couldn’t get them open, he left it alone until the lid popped open. One time I caught Harley napping next to the feeder so he would be first in line when it opened!
These trays are dishwasher safe, so they are easy to keep clean. My verdict? Both paws up! It’s a simple no-nonsense feeder for those times when your mom or dad can’t be home to feed you at your regularly scheduled time. If you want to eat a lot, you could also try the 5-Meal Pet Feeder.