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Petcare Simply Clean Litter box Demo

This is a new Simply Clean I got today. I dumped the litter from the old litter box into it and then made this video. normally there wouldnt be so many clumps at the bottom of the conveyor. but this will give you and idea of how it work. this is 30 minutes sped up into just over 1 min

LITTERMAID PLUS SELF CLEANING LITTER BOX

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Melo (black) hisses and tries to attack the moving arm in this electric litter box. Stella (grey) is afraid of it.

Designer black and silver automatic cat litter box is loaded with convenience. Available only at select retailers, this feline litter pan features an ionic air cleaner, sleep timer for nighttime use, extra-large litter pan size, removable stainless steel rake, and more. Ionic air cleaner is sensor-activated to help eliminate clumping litter and waste smells. Sleep timer function puts the stainless steel rake at rest for nine hours to keep your home extra-quiet during the night – but still activates the ionic air cleaner every hour for superior odor control. During regular use, sensor activates the stainless steel rake 10 minutes after your cat exits the litter box for convenient waste removal. Shop Now: www.drsfostersmith.com Looking for expert information on all types of pets? Visit www.PetEducation.com

See detail @ www.amazon.com The Roll Away Self Cleaning Litter Box cleans in just seconds without scooping. Inside the litter box there is a unique patented grill that separates out the clumped waste, depositing it into the pullout tray. The Large Litter Box is great for big cats or for multiple cat households. No electricity or expensive filters needed!

Litter-Robot II Review: Day #1

I decided that I wanted to take a look at the new style of automatic litter boxes out there, and after a little bit of research, I decided to do a review on the Litter-Robot II from Automated Pet Care Products Inc. This is not your old automatic litter box, this is a modern piece of cutting edge cat poop dispensing technological piece of equipment; or at least that was my initial thought when I first saw it online. But we will all see for ourselves as both me and my cats put it through its paces and determine just how cool this thing really is.

My parents ALWAYS yelled at me for forgeting about the litter box, so we got rid of her + she was prego most of the time(gave her to a farm) one day I saw a comercial about cat genie, the litter box that cleans it self, I was wondering if it works or not, please tell me about it, if you have it, heard of it, anything. I really want a kitten and I thought this would help

Ok I have had many litter boxes, and when my cat was a kitten she had a huge litter box ( large cardboard box with clay litter, becuz she was chewing on the plastic one) Then i moved in with my Boyfriend living with his family, they had 7 cats and one litter box, I ended up buying a litter box just for her to use, as she has grown she has started throwing her litter on the floor, I will clean her box once a day maybe let it go every other day depending. But after i put new litter in her litterbox she runs over to it and moves it around, when i leave her alone and come back over half the litter is on the floor…. the box is surrounded by litter ( if i clean it up it seems like she puts more out) its getting so bad my cat will put so much out of the litterbox she will not go to bathroom…. When we moved she went from clay to tidycats multi cat. None of the cats did that,i buy the same litter as we had and everything, she is very sweet and small i just feel bad for her. I sleep all odd hours so i never can clean the litter, and seeing at the old house litter got changed maybe once every four days ( besides her box). I am about to get tub and try that. Is this her way of telling me she needs another cat? Why would she change that habit? Has anyone had this trouble before…. Almost 1/4 of the room has litter on the floor. She has also been pulling stuff in the litter box ( not going to the bathroom on it just like i found a glass doll in there today, a sock … pillows, books…. she has the whole room to her self besides when i go in there and play with her and clean…. i just find it annoying. please help…. I am sick of looking at pile of litter ( which i personally hate the brand but i was fearful of buying clay that she would not use it, I am fine with litterboxes but not animal poo on my floor ,,,, i know i am werid) But please help

We raised our female cat from a kitten and now shes about 5 years old. We recently adopted a stray male cat estimated to be about 6-7 years old from the Humane Society because we were told he likes other dogs and cats (we also have 2 dogs). We have had the male cat for a four or so months now. Our female cat seems to want to be friends with the male now after a period of adjustment, but he HATES her. He picks fights if she comes near him ( to play or cuddle doesn’t matter). Also we have 2 liter boxes (one is an expensive self cleaning litter box we bought for the male thinking it would fix the following problem). He will use the liter box once or twice after it is cleaned, but once she uses one of them, and he can then smell her, he marks all around the edge of the large basement we keep the liter boxes in and defecates in the middle of the floor. We have tried scolding him, using anti-marking sprays, bought the expensive liter box.
We have really fallen in love with him because he is such a sweetheart with people, but he has ruined the floor in the finished basement as I am cleaning multiple piles of poo and urine on a daily basis and I can’t take it anymore. Any suggestions to get him to stop hating the female so much?
As a side note he strangely doesn’t mind the obnoxious dogs as much, sometimes he lets the poodle cuddle with him.

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