No more worries about missing your pet’s feeding time

Daisy tests the 2 Meal Pet Feeder
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.

Vacation feeder time
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!

Fill 'er up!
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 feeder has large bowls
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!

The bowl inserts are dishwasher safe
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.

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13 Comments

  1. You are so cool to try out these new fangled things Daisy! Glad it worked out for you and you didn’t starve!

  2. That sure sounds like a great deal Daisy. Harley is a smart boy to just nap right next to it so he could be first at the food. You all have a great day.

  3. My Mommeh set it up a bunch of times in advance to make sure it worked… she’s a worrier!

  4. Once in a while Harley comes up with a good idea!

  5. This sounds fantastic Daisy! I am certain my two girls, Tika and our new trouble making kitty Emma, would love these feeders too!

  6. If Harley liked it, I am certain Emma would, too!

  7. da tabbies o trout towenSeptember 14, 2015 at 12:53 pm

    daisy & harley….thiz feeder looks awesum……..& shame on yur mom for knot givin ewe both
    add vanced……”partee at daisy & harley’s houz” noe tiss…..we coulda been ther with a cargo load
    oh fish in noe kinda time…….try ta sneek inta yur momz week lee planner……next time we will
    noe a head oh time when ta get that….. partee started !! ♥♥♥

  8. It looks pretty handy! Except Boodie would steal everyone else’s food if they take too long to eat – she just goes over and helps herself like she belongs there!

  9. Oh noes, what a missed oppor-TUNA-tee!

  10. I’m going to see if my Mommeh will set it up so we can have a noon-time snack every day while she’s at work!

  11. I am glad that worked so well for you Daisy. I do not think it would work for a goat though – we eat all day long.

  12. Hi Pricilla. Too bad they do not make a 24-meal feeder for goats!

  13. Hey Daisy,

    You need to learn how to turn the dials in order to set the timer when you want it! Also, in case your mommeh doesn’t know, she can put your much healthier and better wet food in the containers. Here are some easy tricks for doing that and keeping it fresh:

    1) use a small dish that will fit in the space
    2) make frozen food-cicles — add water to can of food and freeze
    3) put the food-cicles in the timer, takes about 2 hours to thaw
    4) put ice pack underneath and it will keep it cool

    Now you can have fresh and yummy wet food to eat instead of kibbles. Doesn’t that sound more appealing?! 🙂

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