In Hong Kong, pets also wear fitness trackers
Wearable technology for dogs and cats is becoming increasingly popular in Hong Kong, where health conscious pet owners enjoy splurging on their pets. With the help of an app, owners can keep a track of the pet's food and water consumption and sleep pattern too. The device costs about $115. Having a pet in China was banned by Mao Zedong and it was considered a bourgeois pastime. But now it has become a symbol of financial success.