I'm sure you guys have been asked this a billion times, but do those litter boxes that automatically scoop poop actually work or is it better to stick to being the pooper scooper yourself ?
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7/7/07 at 6:01pm
I really don't get these, I mean, honestly. Are we seriously so lazy that we can't take 2-4 minutes a day to scoop the litterbox? We go to the extremes of ordering special food online, over-seas, and yet we cannot scoop a litterbox. I just think it promotes laziness. I mean, if somebody gave it to me as a gift, I may use it but you have to find a convenient area for it where you have access to an electric socket, which would be difficult for myself seeing that our house is 100 years old and there are few electric sockets and in inconvenient places. I don't see the problem with plain old scooping, really, is it that horrid? I just don't want to spend the money I guess- there are more important things I need to put my $$$ towards. But I have heard that they work well, though my concern is that they could easily break and may be difficult to fix. (Have you noticed I'm against anything I can't work manually, with my own hands? ) But if you have the money, go for it!
Yikes, pee-cleaner, you don't have to get all up in arms about it, everybody has an opinion. Ya'll were voicing yours, I think I have the right to put in my two cents.
Of course a cat likes a clean litterbox, and 3 cats is alot, but really, it takes all of 5-7 minutes a day to clean even 2 or 3 litterboxes.