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The Lust List: National Pet Month special

Tile Pro

If your four-legged friend loves to play hide and seek at home, or moonlights as an escape artist, Tile’s water-resistant bluetooth tracker communicates their location to your phone if within its 400ft range and makes a noise if activated. £29.99, thetileapp.com

The Mookkie Pet Feeder

Facial recognition means this smart pet feeder will only spit out food when it recognises your cat or dog’s furry face, preventing indoor food theft while ensuring your beloved pet gets its daily dose of nutrition. £239.91 (available later this year), mookkie.com

Petcube Bites 2

Keep tabs on furry friends with this smart HD camera, and fling food at varying distances with help from Alexa. Pets can even trigger a two-way video call by sitting in front of it. That might take some training, though. £114, amazon.co.uk

Vodafone V-Pet Tracker

If knowing the exact location of your four-legged friend is important to you, you might want to consider this GPS tracker. It lets you track their whereabouts through an app, while fitness tracking lets you monitor health and wellbeing. £99 (includes 12 months’ free service, then £4 p/m), eshop.v.vodafone.com/uk

Litter-Robot 3 Connect

Cats aren’t exactly known for cleaning up their business once they’ve done their, er, business. However, this clever robotic cat toilet-cum-space pod cleans itself once Milo’s done relieving himself, automating the least pleasant part of cat ownership. £443.09, robotshop.com/uk

Petkit Smart Metal Pet Bowl

If you want to keep tabs on how much you’re feeding your fur ball, this app-connected anti-bacterial dog bowl has an integrated weighing scale to ensure you don’t overfeed them no matter how much they want you to. £40, argos.co.uk

D-Link DCS-8515LH Pan & Tilt camera

Smart cams are great for watching pets, while also ensuring your new Nikes don’t become a chew toy. This one automatically pans, tilts and tracks your four-legged friends. Night vision and motion/audio alerts are thrown in too. £76.99, box.co.uk

Flir One Gen 3

Night vision needn’t be an expensive affair when you’re armed with Flir’s smartphone iOS/Android accessory. It equips you with thermal ‘Predator’ vision when your pet’s done a disappearing act in the back garden at the end of the night. £179.99, flir.co.uk