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post #1 of 10
Thread Starter 
I'm looking to buy an automatic cat litter. I found a really cool one on Drs. Foster and Smith for about $150. Does anyone here have an automatic cat litter? If so, I would appreciate suggestions.

Thanks!
post #2 of 10
I hear CatGenie and Litter Robot are the best...
post #3 of 10
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Originally Posted by TigerLord View Post
I hear CatGenie and Litter Robot are the best...
but they are very pricey. i have 3 littermaids, & i like them just fine.
post #4 of 10
The Litter Robot is expensive, but from the reviews I've read it's the best. When my cats lose the weight they need to I plan on getting one! DO NOT get a Littermaid. I would honestly invest in the Litter Robot if you're going to get one. The Littermaid and most other "raking" litter boxes will cause a big mess.
post #5 of 10
I don't recommend the Littermaid, I had one and I spent more time cleaning the rake than I would have just scooping the box.
post #6 of 10
We love our Litter Robot!
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Originally Posted by bnwalker2 View Post
I don't recommend the Littermaid, I had one and I spent more time cleaning the rake than I would have just scooping the box.
boy, i just don't get that. i have not had much difficulty at all with mine. i have to unstick the rake maybe once a day - some days not at all. the newer ones come with a scoop that has tines on the end that fit perfectly into the rake to make it easy.

i'm probably going to have to get a 4th, since i can't seem to rehome this kitten.
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Originally Posted by laureen227 View Post
boy, i just don't get that. i have not had much difficulty at all with mine. i have to unstick the rake maybe once a day - some days not at all. the newer ones come with a scoop that has tines on the end that fit perfectly into the rake to make it easy.

i'm probably going to have to get a 4th, since i can't seem to rehome this kitten.

I had mine quite a few years ago, maybe they've improved them since then, or maybe mine was just junk. If it works for other people then that's great because I love the idea of them... it just didn't work out for me unfortunately.
post #9 of 10
I have scoop free and I loved it until my kitty decided she didn't like crystal litter . If you get that one try your cat out on crystals first. I might try putting clay litter in there, but I heard it isn't recommended, but shoot if it's a $150 ugly purple thing sitting there might as well try .
post #10 of 10
Thread Starter 
Well i did some research on the catgenie and from my understanding you have to hook it up to some type of water ? If that's the case i cant buy that one. As for the Litter robot, my fat kitties will not fit in that lol.

http://www.drsfostersmith.com/produc...2&pcatid=17752

That's the one i was talking about...... what do you think?
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