Toddlers Will Be Toddlers
I was talking with a new acquaintance today who said he was having problems keeping his twin toddlers from eating the pet’s food out of their bowls. The pets, both a cat and a small dog, were grazers. They also manage to eat each other’s food , but the main problem is the human element. The kids love the pet food, and it is difficult to keep an eye on them all day long, so eventually they get to the food at some point each day.
He’s thinking of getting a couple of MeowSpaces to keep both pets from eating the wrong food, and to also keep the twins out of the pets’ food without the adults in the family in constant anxiety. I’m thinking he would have to put the MeowSpaces under a table to keep the children from opening up the hinged lid of the MeowSpace®, or at least devise some kind of cover to put over the top of the MeowSpace® that would deter them from getting into it.
Any ideas out there?
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