self-cleaning litter box

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self-cleaning litter box

Post by Karen McCai » Thu, 29 Aug 2002 23:12:19



Does anyone have one of these,  the type where you roll it over, then back?

I would like to hear about it.  I'm thinking of getting one.

Thanks,
Karen

 
 
 

self-cleaning litter box

Post by J. Voisin » Fri, 30 Aug 2002 08:13:40


I really like ours, and recommend getting the "mega" for more than one cat.
Someone posted here a while back that the small "Ruffies" trash bags work
well in the trays, and that has saved us a bunch of money.  Thanks whoever!

Quote:
> Does anyone have one of these,  the type where you roll it over, then
back?

> I would like to hear about it.  I'm thinking of getting one.

> Thanks,
> Karen

 
 
 

self-cleaning litter box

Post by Karen McCai » Fri, 30 Aug 2002 21:27:01


K


Quote:
> I really like ours, and recommend getting the "mega" for more than one
cat.
> Someone posted here a while back that the small "Ruffies" trash bags work
> well in the trays, and that has saved us a bunch of money.  Thanks

whoever!
Quote:


> > Does anyone have one of these,  the type where you roll it over, then
> back?

> > I would like to hear about it.  I'm thinking of getting one.

> > Thanks,
> > Karen

 
 
 

self-cleaning litter box

Post by deni » Thu, 05 Sep 2002 02:47:41


You need to be careful with these, though.  I had one for years and my
cat developed severe asthma - my vet advised that clumping cat litters
literally clump in the nasal passages of cats and can result in asthma
and other upper respiratory problems.  denise
 
 
 

self-cleaning litter box

Post by Karen McCai » Tue, 10 Sep 2002 21:43:24


OK, tell me this.  When you roll it over and all the "clumps" and the litter
go in the container, only so much litter goes back to the litter box when
rolled the opposite way, how do you sieve off the litter out of the little
container?

So far, either I'm not using it right or I don't like it.

They don't send very good instructions.  Let me know if I'm doing something
wrong.

Karen


Quote:
> Hello all

> We use the Self Cleaning Little box and we all love it ..Cats Thanks
> us for it.. Both our cats use them and we have the mega size.. Also
> you can buy trash bags 3 Gal size and it works fine for clean up..
> take tray out and pull bag out and you good as new real cheap way to
> save money

> From steve



> >I really like ours, and recommend getting the "mega" for more than one
cat.
> >Someone posted here a while back that the small "Ruffies" trash bags work
> >well in the trays, and that has saved us a bunch of money.  Thanks
whoever!


> >> Does anyone have one of these,  the type where you roll it over, then
> >back?

> >> I would like to hear about it.  I'm thinking of getting one.

> >> Thanks,
> >> Karen

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> disorganized sentence structure, or may entirely lack a coherent
> theme. These elements are natural to the process of writing, and will
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self-cleaning litter box

Post by Susie » Wed, 11 Sep 2002 10:09:21




Quote:
>OK, tell me this.  When you roll it over and all the "clumps" and the litter
>go in the container, only so much litter goes back to the litter box when
>rolled the opposite way, how do you sieve off the litter out of the little
>container?

>So far, either I'm not using it right or I don't like it.

You could try rolling the box more slowly. This will give the litter
time to get into the reservoir. Of course, if you have too much litter
in there, the reservoir won't hold it all.
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