and there was much celebration (Oemga Paw Self-cleaning litter box)

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and there was much celebration (Oemga Paw Self-cleaning litter box)

Post by dgk » Sat, 21 Jun 2003 00:21:33





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>1) Timmy's apparently happy to use it.
>2) it works exactly like they said it would.  It took literally
>seconds to clean his litter.
>3) I like it.  

>http://www.omegapaw.com/Rollaway.html

>If the SCPA keeps giving
>uqa,.111111uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

>(oops sorry, that was Timmy chiming in his agreement)

>as I was saying, if the SPCA keeps giving us kittens to foster, then
>I'll get a 2nd one.  At $27 bucks it's well worth it!  And it will
>save us a ton of money on litter too.  Sometimes I just can't bear to
>face it and thus dump the whole pan.  I won't have to with this.  Not
>as often, anyway.  And certainly not because I can't handle picking
>out the lumps on any particular day!

>They have a very very happy customer here.

>YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  :-D

How does it handle stuff stuck to the bottom of the pan?
 
 
 

and there was much celebration (Oemga Paw Self-cleaning litter box)

Post by dgk » Sat, 21 Jun 2003 22:20:18




Quote:
>On Thu, 19 Jun 2003 11:21:33 -0400, dgk



>>>1) Timmy's apparently happy to use it.
>>>2) it works exactly like they said it would.  It took literally
>>>seconds to clean his litter.
>>>3) I like it.  

>>>http://www.omegapaw.com/Rollaway.html

>>>If the SCPA keeps giving
>>>uqa,.111111uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

>>>(oops sorry, that was Timmy chiming in his agreement)

>>>as I was saying, if the SPCA keeps giving us kittens to foster, then
>>>I'll get a 2nd one.  At $27 bucks it's well worth it!  And it will
>>>save us a ton of money on litter too.  Sometimes I just can't bear to
>>>face it and thus dump the whole pan.  I won't have to with this.  Not
>>>as often, anyway.  And certainly not because I can't handle picking
>>>out the lumps on any particular day!

>>>They have a very very happy customer here.

>>>YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  :-D

>>How does it handle stuff stuck to the bottom of the pan?

>err....  hm.  hmmmm.   don't know yet!  I'll watch for that!

I'm willing to give it a try. Write again in a week if you still love
it and I'll get one.
 
 
 

and there was much celebration (Oemga Paw Self-cleaning litter box)

Post by Ange » Sun, 22 Jun 2003 01:27:29


In answer to stuff stuff to the bottom of the pan, you just thump the pan
bottom when it's tipped. It all comes loose, no problems. We have had ours for
around 4 years, or so..

Angela (Aol.com doesn't hop!)

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