About three months ago, I adopted a kitten (See Exhibit A) and while there’s an argument to be made that I’m biased, I’m absolutely convinced that my cat Fig is the cutest, sweetest, cuddliest kitten on this planet. (Except for this one. He clearly wins.)
Anyway, as soon as I brought Fig home, the first thing I did was set up a couple D-Link Wi-Fi Cameras to keep an eye on her from work. It was really fun to see what she got up to while I was at the office (it was a 90% napping/10% grooming breakdown, for those wondering) and incredibly convenient to be able to check in on her while I was out of town. It wasn’t until last weekend, though, that I truly discovered the benefit of having a Wi-Fi pet camera.
I’m in the process of moving and, as anyone who’s ever boxed up their entire home knows, when you’re mid-move, your house is a DISASTER. Somewhere amidst the chaos of it all, Fig managed to cut her back leg open and had to be stitched up and sent home with a bandage around her leg and a cone of shame around her neck. Being able to check in on her while she was recovering gave me peace of mind that I would never have had without a camera.
Wi-Fi Cameras are excellent tools for pet owners. Whether you want to see all the adorable things your furry friends get up to while you’re out of the house, or keep close watch over a sick or injured pet, they can provide pet parents with peace of mind from anywhere.