Since doing a product review of the Litter-Robot Open Air, I have discovered that automated litter boxes are much more than just convenience – they can truly be a blessing for people who have certain handicaps.
Yesterday morning, I had my iPhone handy and was able to capture Charlie scratching and decided to do an impromptu video of our master bath litter box situation.
Can I move my cat’s litter box? The simple answer is yes – but take some time to think about it first.
We’ve had our Open Air for over a year now – Chiggy is finally getting brave enough to watch it cycle. Watch him watch it!
Have you ever cleaned out a litter box with artificially scented cat litter? Then you probably know how strong the smell is – maybe even walked away with a headache. Now imagine this: a cat’s sense of smell is about 15 times stronger than a human’s. So how much stronger might a cat’s headache be?
Read about this reader’s experience with the Litter Robot Open Air with his Siamese kitten, Tom Selleck.
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Recently a reader wrote in wanting to know what she could do about her Ragdoll kitten having diarrhea after getting its shots. Here are reader suggestions!
On the surface, toilet training sounds like a great idea for Ragdoll cat owners: no more smell, no more constant scooping and cleaning – what could be the downside?
Watch this video to see how easy it is to collect cat urine as a sample to bring to your vet.