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Automatic Wet Food Dispenser

Colleen DolinishColleen Dolinish Olney, MarylandMember Posts: 22
edited 9 March, 2016 in Food & Nutrition
Hi, I am looking for an auto feeder for wet food. I have looked all over the internet and nothing sounds great. Some have dials that are not accurate to feed 2 cats at the exact same time. They also do not keep the wet food very cool. Does anyone have any ideas or products that work? Thanks,


  • SterlingAndTheSTeamSterlingAndTheSTeam Mount OliveMember Posts: 41,262 ✭✭✭
    edited 26 January, 2016
    I don't see how a wet food dispenser could work very well. There would always be old food clinging somewhere, drying up and/or spoiling and dropping in the fresh food as it came down. :?
  • Sarah_PinkSarah_Pink Chapel HillMember Posts: 153 ✭✭
    edited 9 March, 2016
    I don't think a automatic wet food dispenser would be a good idea. What with, as has already been said, old food sticking to it and such. It's just what we have to do as cat people who feed wet food.
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