Feeding Time Becomes Easier

DinnerUpHere’s a new invention that may help people that have physical difficulty refilling their pet’s food bowls. The inventor, who has cerebral palsy, was having a hard time going up and down filling his cats’ food bowls. The product called DinnerUp is a tray that is attached to a column that is affixed to a wall or kitchen cabinet. The tray goes up and down by turning a handle which includes a clutch device. The product is even up for a new product award. Now, your pet just needs to learn how to use it, so he can feed himself.

2 Responses to “Feeding Time Becomes Easier”

  1. Monika says:

    Yay! That’s a really cool invention. Perfect for people with disabilities or the elderly. Sometimes just leaving the food on the counter for the cats is not good because the cats themselves might be elderly and have trouble climbing.
    And dogs, well, not many dogs will be able to jump up so it’s good for dogs as well - especially if you’re able to stop it a few inches off the floor so that the bowls are elevated for the dog - helps them eat safer.

  2. Sandy says:

    This is awesome. I have relatives who have M.S and have to feed on chairs and such. What a blessing to so many people


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