Olivia is our head of content for MyPetNeedsThat.com, mum of one and a true animal lover. With 12 different types of animal in her family, it's never a dull moment. When she isn't walking the dogs, feeding the cats or playing with her pet Parrot Charlie, you will find her product researching and keeping the site freshly updated with the latest products for your pets!
If your cat uses its litter box without problems, and you’re happy enough with how it looks, scoops, or cleans, you don’t need to buy a new one. But otherwise, consider finding a box that corrects any shortcomings. Good litter boxes aren’t expensive or complicated, so there’s no reason to live with one that’s hard to clean, that your cat avoids using, or that lets your pet kick up litter everywhere.
The litter bed itself is far too small, just 14 by 14 inches. That’s well below our recommendation of at least 22 inches long (an appropriate size for a 15-inch-long cat), and it leaves minimal room for your cat to move around within the sphere-shaped machine. Don’t be surprised if your cat’s butt sticks out of the Litter-Robot when they go to the bathroom. (You could spend $25 on a plastic barrier fence in an attempt to prevent accidents, but that gives your cat even less bathroom space—and there’s no guarantee the fence will contain overshooters.)
It’s economical and very effective. Omega Paw users have been singing praises for the efficiency of this gadget as it doesn’t require any electricity or batteries to operate. It may not have a sensor or a timer but it still does a great job of managing your pet’s wastes. Many self cleaning litter box reviews consider it as one of the best and comes highly recommended for its ease of use. One only needs to roll the Omega Paw on its side to separate the litter from the waste and you’re on your way to a cleaner pet litter.
Cleaning entails throwing out the old litter, scrubbing the box clean and adding fresh, new litter. If you use a liner in the litter box, pull the liner (remember our gloves, here) off of each corner and place the entire contents of the bag in a trash bag. If your cat is one of the persnickety creatures that hate litter liners, dump the entire contents of the unlined box into a trash bag. You might need to use your scooper to scrape the dried litter off the box. Open the bag wide enough for the litter to fall inside and not on the floor. A mask is key here because litter dust will begin to scatter. Make sure the trash bag is tied or sealed, and any litter on the floor is swept into the bag too.
CatGenie swaps kitty litter for washable granules so that your cat can still dig and cover their waste. Then, once your cat makes a stop and the CatGenie scoops and flushes, it then uses cold water and biodegradable SaniSolution to sanitize the bowl and the granules, before drying them and getting them ready for reuse. This means that you’ll never scoop or buy traditional cat litter again (in fact, trying to use traditional cat litter on this can damage the CatGenie.)
Make your home clean and litter free with this Cat Condo and Litter Box Cabinet. The litter box cabinet features a cutout door allows easy access for big cats. The rubber wood construction provides optimal strength and durability. This litter box enclosure is burnished with a brown finish, which complements any decor. The rectangular cabinet has enough space for accessory storage. It is stain resistant and odor resistant. The cutout door allows easy access for big cats. This Cat Condo and...
Today, 9/20/2017, I received a THIRD email from Petphabet again asking me to review the product. So that's why I'm here. The issue I have with them repeatedly hounding me to write multiple reviews is if I were to comply, that would artificially inflate the product rating. My guess is many repeat customers *would* write another review just to get them off their back. By continuing to harass me to write another review, Petphabet is showing me they don't value repeat customers or reviews already written - that all they care about is making sales. The more product reviews there are, the more likely the overall rating of the product will be positive. (This is not the first time I have purchased an item more than once, but this IS the first time a company has asked me to write a second review for a product I purchased and reviewed previously).
Clean the cat litter at your home in seconds with the Van Ness Sifting Frame Cat Litter Pan. This cat litter pan features a sift litter system with easy lift handles, which allows for easy cleaning of litter, without letting it spill on the floor. This rectangle-shaped cat little pan is made using a premium-quality plastic, which makes it strong and long-lasting. This cat litter is suitable for multiple cats. It is accentuated with a blue and white finish. The Sifting Frame Cat Litter Pan is...
As an alternative, nothing beats a traditional litter box, like the Nature’s Miracle High Sided Litter Box. For the price of a Litter-Robot, you can get a simple box that is easier to clean and has more space for your cat, plus five to seven years’ worth of litter. If you prefer something more contemporary, you can always upgrade to the Modkat Flip Litter Box for less money than you’d pay for most automatic designs.
Even if your self-cleaning litter box is working perfectly, it’s still not suited to every sort of cat. Kittens and cats that weigh less than 5 pounds are too small to set off the motion or weight sensors that tell the litter box when to scoop and when not to; an unexpected scooping action could startle or potentially trap your cat in the middle of doing its business. And senior cats with joint problems may not be able to get in and out of self-cleaning boxes easily due to their higher pan heights. The Litter-Robot III Open Air stands 13½ inches from floor to pan, and has a small step 7 inches up that’s too narrow for some cats to use. Our traditional litter box pick, the Nature’s Miracle High Sided Litter Box, has a 5½-inch-tall entry lip. Even if you own a healthy adult cat, they may still avoid automatic litter boxes altogether: “Cats really don’t love change,” Molloy told us. “You’ve just gotta hope that this new litter box is the thing they’ll use, and not the bathtub or sink.”
Here’s how it works: During the cleaning cycle, the CatGenie removes and liquefies solid waste, then transfers it to your toilet or utility sink drain — however you decide to hook it up — for disposal. Then, it uses clean water and veterinarian-approved cleaning solution to wash, scrub and dry the reusable litter granules. Not only does the CatGenie dispose of waste for you, but it recycles the litter, so you’ll reduce waste and save cash.