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‘Special’ Bengal – Scared of New Litter Box

She is beating the crap out of the new automatic litter box

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.

How to keep my dog out of the litter box?

I have a Giant Schnauzer- so he’s tall and a litter box with a top opening won’t work. Neither will putting the litterbox on a counter or in the bath tub. My Giant can open doors as well 🙂 and I don’t wanna lock my kittens up when I have to go somewhere. Oh- he can jump over baby gates and my kittens can’t jump over anything like that yet. This is my predicament.

I saw the clean step dome litter box today an was thinking it looked like a good solution but I’m not sure. I cannot buy a self cleaning litter box yet- so I wanted to see if there were any other suggestions for me.

I want to buy a litter box that will be hard for my dog to get into.

Thanks! Please don’t suggest me crating my dog, because that’s not a solution.
Yeah- it is MUCH easier to train a 12 week old puppy than a 5 year old dog who waits to go in the litter when we are gone.

I hope you can help me.
I have 2 indoor cats, brother and sister, who get along great. They are 3 years old and I’ve had them since they were kittens.
But in the past months (even over a year) I’ve had a horrible problem with the female pooping outside the litter box. It started with her pooping on an area rug. It became so consistent, that I finally just removed the rug. That worked for awhile, but then she started pooping on the stairs leading to my basement.
I’ve tried everything. Multiple boxes on multiple levels of the house. Different litters and differents kinds of litterboxes. Cleaning out the entire box twice a day. Putting foil and citrus-scented cotton balls on the area for aversion. Sometimes it works for a little while until the newness wears off, but then it’s right back to the same old thing. I even put the litterbox ON the stairs, but then she would poop on a different step. (never urine, though)

I suspect that she has an aversion to the smell of his male urine. That’s the only thing I can think of!
I took the female to my mother’s house and she’s been there a week and has used the cat litter every time, no problems. I’m getting the whole house carpet cleaned while she’s gone.
These 2 kitties have been together their whole lives and they love each other dearly. They are so lonely without each other. I don’t want to separate them or find another home for one. What can I do?
Do you have any ideas for how I can somehow keep their litterboxes separated without isolating them from each other? Or is there something that might keep his urine from smelling? (they’ve both been spayed/neutered). Is there anything else I’ve overlooked?

I’ve considered one of those self-cleaning litterboxes. But considering I can’t get her to use it AT ALL, I don’t think I could teach her to use some new contraption. The expense would be worth it if it works, though.

Thank you for any help you can send my way!

This is my first review of this product. I have been using it for 4 days when this was filmed. So far it seems to be working fairly well, but as I mention in this video, I do have some concerns about how well it will hold up to everyday use. All of my cats have used this litter box. I currently have 3 litter boxes set up side by side to give them the choice of which one to use. There is this one, there is a Litter-Robot II automatic cat box, and there is the old fashioned normal cat box. Petco Litter Maid page: www.petco.com Litter Maid website: www.littermaid.com Litter-Robot website: www.litter-robot.com

This started when my momma cat was younger. We had a litter box that had a lid on it so she could have privacy. For some reason one day she started scratching the lid. We took the lid off, but then she scratched the wall and the stairs on the litter box. After she had kittens, her kittens started doing it too. At first they covered their leavings and got out. But now they scratch the sides, they scratch boxes or the the lamp, ANYTHING near the litter box they scratch. Sometimes, she doesn’t cover her stuff and just scratches! Her litter is always clean. I thought about a self-scooping litter box, but they cost so much? Has anyone else gone through this? Why is she doing this and now her kittens? What can we do? We can’t sleep at night because we have to have the litter in our room. I’m thinking of crating them at night because of it. Or getting their claws cut?
I would never declaw my cat, but some nights I think about it, lol. But that’s too cruel. We can’t move the litter because we live at my in-laws and they want it in our room. She does use her claws because she grips at the sides with them.

I love my kittens but….I honestly don’t want to sit and scoop their mess 4 times a day (they insist on using the same box) so I was going to switch to the Scoop Free system since I have read more good reviews about it than any other self cleaning box. I figured it would last longer since the only thing unnatural about my cats is the litter (right now clumping which I will only have till I use it up).

I understand what it does with urine but what does it do with poo? Does it just suck the odor out?

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