Very easy to assemble and clean. Crystal litter minimizes odors better than clay. Automatic rake sifts out feces and redistributes litter.
Uses a crystal litter that some cats will not use. Urine does not clump, just pools. Larger cat breeds may not fit comfortably.
The self cleaning component is actually quiet and effectively does not disturb cats. Inexpensive. Designed to be used with regular grocery bags so you can be more economical and environmentally-friendly.
Some cats won't get used to the litter moving once an hour. Some complaints of motor burnout.
Simple tilting maneuver separates clean and dirty litter. Tall enclosure minimizes room odor. Deep tray holds a lot of litter.
Plastic sifting grate tears easily. Litter can leak out or stick to grate. Tabs are not secure, creating a mess when they fail.
Breaks down completely for thorough maintenance. Completely self-contained process, from collection to flushing to drying. Minimal cat box odor.
Significant amount of litter can get flushed away. Very long cleaning cycle, cats cannot return to box. Litter does not clump, but can be tracked through house.
Three level tray system is very efficient. Replaceable air filter included. Tray is deep, holds more litter than others in its price range.
Assembly can be a challenge. Large sifter holes allow solid waste to pass through. Litter clings to the sifter and bottom of tray.
The self-cleaning litter box can create an environment you’ve desired for a long time, without scaring your cat. There are several options from those that are out in the open to those that cacoon your cat so she feels comfortable in a private space. Either way — you can quickly remove that perpetual smelly spot in your home. You’ll find options that travel, flush and more.
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