Self Cleaning Litter Box Reviews

| February 19, 2010 | 4 Comments

Self Cleaning Litter Box Reviews

If you are thinking about replacing your litter box with a self-cleaning litter box it is important to read self cleaning litter box reviews. Often times this will lead you to websites full of information from people that have pets like yours that have tried it before. As a result, looking for reviews ahead of time could save you both time and money.

Omega Paw Self-Cleaning Litter Box

Omega Paw Self-Cleaning Litter Box

One of the most popular self-cleaning litter boxes on the market is the Omega Litter Box. This box works by rolling and sifting the litter. As you roll the box the litter sifts and the waste falls into a special receptacle that you can empty out. The enclosed design helps eliminate odor and cuts down on dust. The omega litter box is also great for larger cats with its larger size. Websites like Amazon.com allow customers to leave feedback of products they have purchased. Click on the product image below to read some of the things people have to say about the Omega Litter Box:

ScoopFree® Self-Cleaning Litter Box

ScoopFree® Self-Cleaning Litter Box

Another self clean litter box on the market that is very popular is the Scoop Free Self cleaning litter box. The Scoop Free Litter box comes with two designs. There is a manual design that you can rake yourself and an automatic design that waits about 20 minutes after the box has been used to automatically rake the litter. Depending on the number of cats you have you replace the litter tray every few weeks. The great thing about this design is that there little to no handling of waste. Some of the cons are that the box requires electricity and special litter and trays. Here is what other consumers have to say about the scoop free litter box:

Litter Robot LRII Automatic Self-Cleaning Litter Box

Litter Robot LRII Automatic Self-Cleaning Litter Box

The Litter Robot has an automatic sifting process that is patent protected. When your cat enters the Litter Robot, a weight-activated sensor detects when your cat is inside. After 7-minutes after your cat has done its duty, the Robot rotates counter clockwise, and as a result sifts and sorts through the clumps of litter – depositing it in the drawer below the globe where your kitty enters.

When looking at the self cleaning litter box reviews it is important to look at reviews by people that have similar situations to you. A box might work great for just one cat but fails miserably when it comes to multiple cats. If you are a multiple cat owner it is important to take that into consideration. It is also a good idea to see if the reviews are on a public forum or just testimonials on the litter box website. Also look to see how many people reviewed it. Just a couple reviews will not give you the kind of information that a couple hundred reviews will.

No matter what you are buying reading self cleaning litter box reviews is always a good idea. Commercials are made to show you the absolute best possibilities that can happen when using their product. Reviews are the only way to see what experience other consumers have.

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Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,

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  1. Schuyler Clarkson says:

    Ok, where are the reviews? I found your website on Google under self cleaning litter box reviews. The website showed 3 different self cleaning litter boxes with descriptions, but no reviews. I clicked the link within the text for reviews, and got the same page. Do you actuallly have reviews on self cleaning litter boxes, or a working link to the reviews?

    • Jenny says:

      The reviews are on Amazon – so all you need to do is click on through to the one that you’re interested in and then just read the reviews on Amazon – this page is to help you locate the self cleaning litter boxes. We have not received one to review – so that’s why we defer to Amazon.com until we do!

  2. Lisa says:

    Thank you for the reviews! I am going to buy the Omega box. I was planning on buying an automated cleaning box before I read your reviews. I appreciate it.

  3. paul.garrison says:

    My wife and I got the Litter-Robot from http://www.litter-robot.com and we love it! It’s great not to have to buy any “special” litter for it, and we havent had any problems getting our 3 year old cat to start using it

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