national cat shit day....

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    kitten litter trays are the bane of all cat owners...cleaning them filling them...simply having them....

    well i got the omega paw roll away kitty litter tray...i looked at it on youtube...ext...i did my homework....so yesterday i walk out of petsmart with a 107 bones bill....fuck me...da man is not gonna be happy...but hey i do the kitty litter....so far it has..spilled a mal load of kitty litter in my floor....i get a mal load of kitty litter in the tray....i have the receipt and have cleaned it...its going back....ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

    i am still looking at the litter robot....totally automaticed but pricey...very very pricey...

    so any suggestions?
     
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    Put the cat out doors. :doubt:
     
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    lol dont tempt me...cant coyotes
     
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    Bonez....

    I use a custom-made sieve system. It's merely a piece of expanded metal that is custom-fit that goes inside the litterbox first, then the litter on top. Come cleaning time, I merely grab the handles of the sieve and lift and shake it a little. All the little deposits stay in the sieve, the litter falls back into the box. The deposits go outside in the compost heap.

    I then get a clean box, put the sieve in it, and dump the litter from the previous box into this box. Done.

    It cost $10 bucks to make this. Makes cat box cleaning a breeze.
     
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    i think i have figured out what i am doing wrong....you have to have it put together perfectly....(i am shamed..by boss..who goes..is it the roll one...i say yes...he says..the kids do ours....small kids....so i looked at it and saw what i was doing wrong....
     
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    $107 to clean cat poop? Bones, Bones, Bones . . . .

    I use a litter scoop. $4.99 at the grocery store. I use store brand litter and scoop every other day. Literally takes about a minute and a half. Easiest thing in the world.

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    nooooooooo 35 bones, i got cat food, roland another collar and greenies.. the litter robot is around 300 lol
     
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    Of course, I have five cats living in the house and four large litterboxes for them, with the sieve system I clean every other day, takes seconds to take care of all four boxes.

    When I had only one or two cats, I used the scoop. Came up with the sieve system when I got the third cat and added a second box.
     
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    i got 3 boxes...i just dont know the scoop sucks but so far this one sucks too....i just dont know....you are suppose to have one box for each cat plus one...i only have 3....
     
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    :lol: I thought you spent $107 on a self cleaning litter box. Honestly a plastic sieve scoop and a minute or two every other day . . . easy. Maybe every day for more than one cat. Every two weeks or so I'll change the entire bag/box/litter out for fresh. I'm the only one who cleans the cat box too and even I don't mind doing this. I make the kids poopy scoop the yard from the dog's business. :D
     

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