Some owners get very attached to their pets. Don't worry. We understand. It's not enough for you to get a large-hopper feeder like the Petmate Portion Right or the Mota Perfect Dinner V2 to keep your cats and dogs fed while you're away at work or on vacation. You want to see their perky little faces, hear them meow or bark, and talk to them. RolliTron understands what you want and made the RolliTron RolliPet to fill your pet's nutritional needs as well as your emotional ones.
The RolliPet has a built-in HD camera and the WiFi connectivity it needs to send real-time video of your pet to its mobile app. It has two-way audio so you can hear your pets making delighted feeding noises and talk back to them almost as though you're at home. On top of that, the app lets you snap photos or take videos of your furry loved ones, then share them over social media, so the whole world can know that your pets are the cutest of anybody's in your social network. (And what pet lover on social media doesn't love to see videos and pictures of cuddly pets? Judging by the abundance of cute animal pictures on Facebook alone, the number of people who will love and share your video is going to be astronomically high, especially if they're in an adorably sloppy mood at mealtime.)
And, in case you forget to check in on your cat or dog because you get caught up in something unimportant like a meeting, the RolliPet can be programmed to deliver pre-set portions of dry food up to four times a day, though if you delight in interacting with your pets remotely, you can trigger a feeding on your own. Of course, RolliTron wasn't the first company to come up with this concept. If you want to look at alternative ways of feeding your domestic animals remotely, see the Petreat PetPal WiFi. Or if you just want to toss your pets the occasional treat to remind them that you care (and to lure them into camera range), try the Petzi Treat Cam.
Overall, I’m satisfied with the quality of this automatic smart pet feeder and I would recommend it to people who frequently have to travel away from home for a few days.