Cat Camera - What Cats Do At Night

Do You Wonder What Cats Do at Night?

So if you have pets, and cats in particular that might go off wandering on their own all night, or even when they go off during the day, do you wonder what your cat gets up to? Do they bring in half dead birds or small animals or just look like they have been up to no good? Well there is not a way that you can see exactly what your pets get up to when you are not there.

Cats can get up to some really strange or crazy things as you can witness on youtube but if you want to catch some of this behavior from a cat's perspective then you need to have some way of recording what they are up to when they think you are not looking!

So, here is a great gadget that can do exactly that. Find out what your cat gets up to when you are not around and play the video back later for some entertainment!

The Cat Camera slips easily on to a cat's collar.
The Cat Camera slips easily on to a cat's collar.

The Cat Camera - a Digital Videocam

So if you want to find out what your cat is up to when you are not looking or when s/he goes off outside on his/her own then why not invest in a cat camera that can attach to the cat's collar? This camera has an inbuilt 8gb memory and allows for two and a half hours of continuous recording.

The camera attaches to the cat's collar and is lightweight so does not cause any problems to the cat. It records video at a resolution of 600 x 400 at 29 frames per second.

So it will no longer be a mystery as to what your cat does! if you get some funny footage then you could upload it to YouTube to entertain friends and family and perhaps even earn some money from YouTube at the same time.

Eyenimal Cat Camera

Dogtek Eyenimal Digital Videocam for Pets,4 GB memory
Dogtek Eyenimal Digital Videocam for Pets,4 GB memory

The Dogtek Eyenimal Digital Videocam for Pets was the first videocam designed specifically to be worn by pets and offers 2 1/2 hours of continuous coverage with an 8Gb memory built in.

 

More Cat Cameras

There are also other options with regard to cat cameras in addition to the Eyenimal videocam, although that seems to be one of the only specific pet video options available - the others are stills cameras, so you do have a couple of those to choose from. Not only can most of them be used for cats but also for dogs too so you can see what your dog is up to while you are out.

Uncle Milton Pet's Eye View Camera
Uncle Milton Pet's Eye View Camera

This is a camera rather than a video cam that you can attach to your cat and set the camera to take pictures at certain intervals - gives a cat's eye view on proceedings and stores up to 40 photos so more of a fun thing maybe for kids to play with.

 
Pet's Eye View Camera (National Geographic Kids)
Pet's Eye View Camera (National Geographic Kids)

Another cat camera rather than videocam that can also store 40 photos in the 640 x 480 resolution.

 

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Escape2Paradise 5 years ago from Bangkok Thailand

interesting! thanks for sharing


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Azure11 5 years ago from UK Author

Thanks escape, I have to admit I thought this looked like great fun when a friend of mine said they had bought one. I think if I had a cat I would buy one too just to see what they were up to!


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Genna East 5 years ago from Massachusetts, USA

I have often wondered what my cat (she's an indoor kitty) does in the evening. She often takes the typical cat naps during the day, but nighttime? This is a delightful suggestion, and I thank you!


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crazycatman 5 years ago from Dallas, TX

This is a product I've thought about getting. I will be moving in six months to a more rural area and it will be cool to see what my cats are up to during there outings.


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Azure11 5 years ago from UK Author

Genna, good to see you back, I thought you had gone! And crazycatman, sounds like a puurfect thing for you! I'm just waiting to see what videos my friend gets from hers :-) I have a cat staying with me now but it is an indoor cat and seems to sleep most of the time so I think it would not have anything interesting to show!

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