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Feb. 18, 2021 07:20 UTC

What Is My Cat Doing While I'm Away... Find out With CCTV-Equipped Pet Care Robot PEDDY

SEOUL, South Korea--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Kim Ye-ji, a pet owner who has two cats Tom and Yuki, bought a pet sitter robot PEDDY in early January at her friend's recommendation. It was great news that there is a way for her to monitor what her cats are doing even when she is away.

Another pet owner, Lee Hye-ju is excited these days that she could watch her cat Miso around the clock. She purchased a PEDDY last November, as she has to work full time and occasionally comes home late for dinner appointments.

She said, "It has become my daily routine to look for Miso through the smartphone placed on the robot that works like a camera and closed-circuit TV while working or coming home from work. Before I purchased the PEDDY, the only thing I could do was imagining she is doing well alone. Now with the pet care robot, I know exactly what she is doing and that relieves my worries."

The pet care robot PEDDY developed by Guru IoT, the company developing IoT products, can provide food at the desired amount at preset time intervals, and offer functionalities such as real-time video chat, recording, video replay, music replay, and photo taking to make up for the owner's absence.

Kim Ye-ji said, "The fact that you can do something to make your pet not feel the loneliness even while you are away from home is PEDDY's biggest advantage. I play a video or music for my cat who is bored. I know that cats are emotionally sensitive to temperature or humidity. I feel assured that all emergency situations can be under control thanks to PEDDY."

For more information on PEDDY, please visit https://en.guruiot.com/.


Guru IoT Co., Ltd.
Seongsu Yeo

Source: Guru IoT Co., Ltd.

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