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Does your pet like to be fed at the most inconvenient times?

Or do you find it tricky to find someone to feed your pet when you need to be away for a few days? Gadget-maker and importer G-Force’s Wagwag, a new brand of pet gadgets, could be just what you need.

Automatic feeders aren’t new, but the Wagwag one is a little different from others on the market. Unlike most feeders, which usually only dispense one kind of dry food from a single container, the Wagwag feeder has a rotating dish with five compartments that allow pet owners to fill it with different foods, including moist tinned ones.

The Wagwag feeder’s dish rotates on a timer to reveal each compartment at its opening. It can also play a recorded message, so your pet can hear a familiar voice calling when it’s feeding time. Though it runs off the mains, you can also use C batteries, which serve as a backup if your power supply fails — handy if you have to be away for a few days.

To complement the feeder, Wagwag has also released a 3-liter water fountain with a nano silver sterilization filter that keeps water fresh and free of bacteria, fungi and viruses. An added detail is a compartment atop the tank, which can be used as a pot for cat grass or as a feeding bowl.

Priced at ¥11,880 for the feeder and ¥7,020 for the water fountain, they’re not cheap, but if you’re having trouble keeping the schedule of your pet love, surely it’s worth it.

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