Every cat owner should know how important it is to have their cat’s litter box clean at all possible times. A dirty litter box is one of the most common causes of defecation problems in cats. Keeping the box clean provides your cat with a reliably clean place to use and can prevent house soiling problems. Furthermore, clean litter boxes help to keep your cat from refraining from urination.
This brings us to the PetSafe ScoopFree Original Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Box. This is an innovative, automatic litter box that stays fresh and clean without the hassle of scooping, meaning that it does all the work for you. The system self-cleans for weeks, with no scooping, cleaning, or refilling involved.
The PetSafe ScoopFree Self-Cleaning Litter Box is incredibly simple to set-up. It is also super easy to use and can be left alone for weeks at a time. All you have to do is load it with the disposable litter tray that comes pre-filled with crystal litter, plug it in and watch it work.
The PetSafe ScoopFree Self-Cleaning Litter Box system includes: the litter box with rake and waste trap lid, a UL-rated AC adaptor with 10-foot cord, a litter tray with cover and bag of premium blue crystal litter, and the product manual.
The ScoopFree Self-Cleaning Litter Box is equipped with sensors that detect when your cat uses the litter box, and as soon as your cat is done, the sensors will trigger the rake timer, starting a 20 minute countdown. During this time, the super absorbent, odor-trapping crystals work to absorb moisture and odors and start dehydrating solid waste.
The special crystal cat litter is packed in a convenient disposable litter tray, and is 5 times more effective at reducing odor than clay or clumping cat litters. This ensures that your cat will always have a clean, fresh-smelling litter box, and you’ll enjoy a home that’s effortlessly odor-free. The low-tracking crystals don’t stick to your cat’s feet and are also 99% dust free.
Twenty minutes after your cat uses the litter box, the automatic rake sweeps through the litter, pushing waste into the covered waste compartment and locking away odors.
The system also offers an easy and convenient cleanup. For maintenance, all you have to do is check it every few weeks, and when you see that it’s needed, remove the disposable tray, cover it with the lid, and throw it away for a quick, hygienic cleanup. It’s also important to note that the PetSafe Original Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Box is designed for indoor use only, and it’s meant for cats that are over 6 months old.
The PetSafe ScoopFree Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Box offers unbeatable odor control. Its included crystal cat litter absorbs urine and dehydrates solid waste, sucessfully removing all odors, while its covered trap locks away solid waste and odor, ensuring that you never have to touch or see smelly waste. The system also offers leak protection, since its plastic tray lining creates a powerful extra barrier to help protect against any leakage.
The PetSafe ScoopFree Original Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Box is currently available in two different colors: Purple and Taupe. If you’re interested in buying it, the system is currently going for $145 and you may return it within 45 days you’re not completely satisfied with your it.
PetSafe also offers a convenient subscription service that let’s you have the litter tray replacements delivered directly to your door. These are currently available in 1-pack ($17), 3-pack ($50 – saves you $1), and 6-pack ($90 – saves you $12) solutions.
You can find the PetSafe ScoopFree Original Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Box available at PetSafe’s online store, by clicking here.
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