“Why is it that cats and dogs are always eating each other’s food? It seems cat food is as addictive as crack, if you’re a dog, and vice-versa. To add to this, all of my pets are on ‘special’ diets and feeding plans. Dental issues? Check. Weight problems? Check. Kidney issues? Check.
Fed up with paying premium food prices with animals that are sneak eaters and counter surfers, not to mention opportunistic raccoons, I designed and patented my automatic pet feeding bowl. Each pet’s collar controls the opening and closing of it’s own dish. So, now when the family cat approaches the cat bowl, the ‘charm’ sends the signal to the bowl to open (within a very close distance of approximately 2-3 inches). When the cat breaks contact with the bowl (either he is nudged aside or simply loses interest in his food and chooses to leave) the signal is lost and the bowl closes. This keeps the dog out of the cat's food and allows the cat to eat whenever he chooses.”