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I have recieved my Litter-Robot 3 weeks ago. I have been emailing a lady that has had hers for over a year for questions and opinions on the Litter-Robot. I have got all green lights on her thoughts of owning one. Here are my own opinions on owning a true automatic cat litter cleaning box. I own three cats....two are purebreed Ragdolls, and the third is a mixed breed (rescued) by me. As much as I hate to admit it....I am a lazy person when it comes to litter box maintenance. I can't stand the thought of scooping my cats two litter boxes daily. It was easy for me to put it off 2-3 days at a time. I am a former Littermaid owner that tossed it in the garbage after a month of being pissed off at the high maintainence on the rake cleaning of this unit to get it to work properly. I have done alot of research on automatic cat cleaning boxes for 3 weeks before deciding to spend the money for the high cost of the Litter-robot. Let me tell you......I have not had to scoop a stinky smelly cat litter box in three weeks . It is worth every cent of the price to me. What a great invention it is. I cannot speak highly enough about the litter-Robot. The unit looks like a mini cement mixer for cats...with all the waste being dumped into a kitchen trash bagged lined drawer that you empty 1-3 times a week depending on how many fur children that you have using the unit. I just pull the bag out 2 times a week, and twist tie the bag and toss it in the trash can.....how easy! The company offers a 45 day return policy that if you or your cat does not like the Litter-Robot in any way...they will give you a full money back refund minus the shipping...so you can't go wrong. The Litter-Robot also has a 18 month warranty on it for parts and labor. The company sells parts for the unit if ever needed. This is no fancy deposable cat box that you throwout after a year or two. The company offers good product support via toll free number. The Litter-Robot I would say is 1/3 as noisy as my Littermaid. The Litter-Robot was also just named "best cat product" on 6/26/03 at www.beststuff.com The Litter-Robot can be found at www.litter-robot.com just read the "testamonials" from the people that own the unit. If you can afford it...I would highly recommend the Litter-Robot...PS...I do not work for Litter-robot in any way.......I am just a very very a happy customer.
post #2 of 7
I ordered a litter robot about a year ago. It was amazing! Sadly, my cats are all adopted ferals, and it was just too strange for them and they refused to use it.

I am writing to let everyone know that the Litter Robot people refunded me 100% of the cost when I sent it back. They were extremely friendly and did not complain even a little bit about my returning the product. I sure do wish my cats weren't so skittish, because it is a wonderful product!

So, if you have a bit of extra money lying around, go ahead and buy one. It is a risk free investment!
post #3 of 7
That is so cool! How much did you pay for it? Is there a lot of technical set up for it?
post #4 of 7
Sounds great! I dont mind scooping Zoey's poop out .. since she's an only cat But if I had multiple cats I would probly consider it!
post #5 of 7
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There really is no technical to it....you just place the drum on the base....plug it in, and fill it with litter. It took me 10 minutes to set it up.
post #6 of 7
Here's a pic



I think Zoey would be like what the heck is that!? LOL.
post #7 of 7
Thanks for the "review". I've been wondering about the LitterRobot for quite a while. It would make a terrific Christmas present for my sister's kids - they are constantly fighting about whose turn it is to clean the litterboxes, and it often doesn't get done. I got them a "LitterLocker", thinking it would make things easier, but the 15 and 16-year-old are still battling (they have one cat each).
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