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Help segregating feeding

John Popp

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Thanks Paige!

The MeowSpace product looks like it would work best although I think I need to exhaust some more efforts into finding a workable solution before dropping 400 frog skins.
 

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Paige
Staff member
Thanks Paige!

The MeowSpace product looks like it would work best although I think I need to exhaust some more efforts into finding a workable solution before dropping 400 frog skins.

Yep, I agree...just thought I would post these before I forgot about them again ;)
 
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DocMac

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I guess I'm lucky that my cats all eat the same (for another week or so). It's my dogs that I worry about. I have one cat whose best friend is a dog. He will knock the bowls off the feeding shelf to the dog below.
 

John Popp

Site Supporter
Paige, I need one of those neck things for my refrigerator and me!

I wish I did as when my wife is home the contents of the refrigerator resemble the dietary needs of a turtle. The only benefit of her going out of town is I get to stock up on all the things that she doesn't eat. I'm sure I gained 10 lbs while she was gone and I'm sure I won't need any contraption to get the weight back off with her return.

Also, that product was the oddest of all of them as not being able to see the things around them while they were eating could certainly build some insecurities.
 
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