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Microchip-Controlled Cat Feeder Helps Control Who Eats What

Does your dog eat the cat’s food?

Or perhaps your curious toddler plays with kitty’s food?

We’re certain you’d rather spend your day doing something other than playing Cat Food Police. That’s why we’re excited about the SureFeed Microchip-Controlled Feeder.

The feeder opens when it recognizes your cat’s microchip or RFID collar tag, and closes when the cat has finished eating.

Check it out… watch this video.

While reviews show it doesn’t work for everyone, overall opinions are very favorable.

This feeder could be a big help in controlling who eats what in a multi-pet household, particularly if you have cats on prescription diets. Or one who likes to help himself to everyone else’s food.

Has your cat tried this feeder? What did kitty have to say about it?

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