Durable cast aluminum construction with an ergonomic handle. Coated in Teflon to prevent most waste from sticking to the sifter. Scoop slats do a good job trapping most particles of waste. Comes with a wall holder for storage.
Some types of litter will stick to it, despite the nonstick coating. Somewhat heavy, but this isn't a deal-breaker for most.
This scoop and caddy combo provides a durable scooper and convenient storage caddy that can be clipped to the side of most little boxes. Both components have antimicrobial coatings. Nonstick surface cuts down on messes.
Spaces between the scoop slats are somewhat wide, and allow smaller pieces of debris to fall through.
Made of aluminum with a contoured handle that's designed for optimal leverage. Sturdy construction can tackle tough jobs, including those that require scraping. Soft-grip coating adds comfort when you scoop.
On the heavy side. Waste occasionally sticks to the surface, and some small pieces tend to fall through the slots.
Features a lengthy, contoured handle that provides a 27-inch reach. Sturdy and easy to maneuver. Great for cat owners with sensitivities or allergies to litter, because you don't have to get close to the litter pan to scoop.
Scoop sifter is somewhat small, and won't hold large amounts of waste. Rounded shape isn't ideal for scooping debris from corners of a litter pan.
Has a handle that's contoured and slightly longer than traditional scoops. Rubberized coating provides a slip-resistant grip. Large scoop top is designed to fit into tight crevices and corners. Durable for a plastic scooper; budget-friendly price.
Spaces between the slots are wide, so it won't work well with very fine litter. Long handle makes it difficult to store. Mixed opinions on the serrated edge.
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Cat lovers agree that scooping litter is not an appealing part of owning indoor cats, but it’s a small sacrifice for the love of felines. Since the chore must be done, a quality cat litter scooper will make the job a bit easier. Litter scoopers are made of metal or plastic, and have sifter tops with opened holes or slots that allow clean litter to flow back into the pan so waste can be removed. Durable handles provide leverage as you scoop. In addition to classic designs, there are also innovative scoopers with contoured or lengthy handles to cut down on mess and contact with litter. Some scoopers also have rubber-coated handles for improved leverage and grip.