Multiple cat homes have unique litter box needs. I started with a Blue Lynx Mitted Ragdoll and one litter box. Shortly after I adopted a bicolor Ragdoll from a shelter and due to a move I also inherited by daughter’s Blue Lynx Mitted Ragdoll. I also inherited my daughters ct climbers, cat window bed, and feather cat toys but that is another story for another day. As these new additions overtook my home I started noticing a huge problem. My previously litter trained feline friend suddenly decided that a spot on the carpet was her favorite. She refused to use the litter box unless it was perfectly clean. This was hard with three cats in the same home so I purchased another little plastic tray to have two litter boxes in the house, but the amount of litter I was using was ridiculous.
One day while reading one of my many cat books I ran across an ad for a self cleaning box. I started researching and found that Scoop Free Cat Litter Boxes were great for multiple cat homes and I would not have to clean the litter box every hour to make sure my cat would use it like she was trained. Best of all the litter did not have to be replaced nearly as often, every 30 days on average. I now have two self cleaning ScoopFree Cat Litter Boxes, though I really only need one, but my cats deserve a little pampering.
You can purchase the Scoop Free Cat Litter Boxes at Amazon.com for 97.95.