PetSafe Canada ScoopFree Original Self-Cleaning Litter Box
For Single and Multiple Cat Households
Emptying out and cleaning a litter box has always been one of my least favorite things to do. Over the years, the advancement in kitty litter has grown to allow it to clump and keep odors down, but the fact remains, the litter box still needs to be emptied and cleaned. Today is a new day and age thanks to Petsafe and their ScoopFree Original Self-Cleaning Litter Box. No more having to scoop poop, urine or clean the litter box. Check it out!
The PetSafe ScoopFree Original Self-Cleaning Litter Box is really easy to set up. Simply remove the litter box system, litter liner, litter crystals and electrical cord from the box and put together. It literally takes only a couple minutes. It even comes with 3 extra adapters to suit any electrical outlet.
When I had cats, I had three of them. I was constantly cleaning out the litter boxes. Yes – boxes! I had two of them just to keep everyone happy. This Mr. Man would always go outside the box if it wasn’t kept spic n span.
After a while, I would need to replace the boxes because I couldn’t get them clean. That tell tale urine staining and eating away at the plastic was horrible. A chisel wouldn’t remove that! I spent more money on cat litter (both clumping or not) and litter boxes than I care to add up.
When my son and my daughter in law moved into their own place together, I discovered they had a cat! How did I know this? I could smell the litter when I walked in the door. I call him stealth kitty because you never to rarely see him. With an active 6 year old and two dogs, the feline ghost kitty comes out to play at night.
Me getting that tell tale whiff when I walked in the door wasn’t for a lack of keeping the litter cleaned out either. With only a few places that the litter box could be placed, it was located behind the shoe rack located off to the side of the couch. The reason for this was to try and prevent or otherwise deter one of the dogs from grabbing a “snack”. I know right – ewwwww!
This is one of the reasons why the PetSafe ScoopFree Original Self-Cleaning Litter Box is such an ingenious idea. With it self cleaning, it stores the cats droppings out of site. Not only does it make it more pleasant to look at but it makes it harder for the dog to grab a “treat” on the go. Another great thing about the litter box is not having to clean it out at all. Once the compartment is full, the whole tray is thrown out and replaced with another one. This system helps to keep odors at bay which is great! The litter crystals also have a nice clean scent to them that is not overbearing.
So now that the litter box is all set up to go, now what?
Introducing Your Cat to the ScoopFree Litter Box
Some cats may require an adjustment period to get used to a new litter box.
Here are a few tips to help with the transition.
* Place the new litter box next to your cat’s existing litter box.
* Allow your cat to have access to both the old and the new litter boxes for at least a week. This time may vary based on the temperament of your cat.
* You may want to leave the system unplugged for a few days to allow your cat the opportunity to use the new litter box without any distractions. You will need to manually scoop waste from the new box until your cat is fully acclimated to using the new litter box.
* Allow your cat’s old litter box to remain dirty. Cats prefer a clean litter box and this will make the new box more appealing.
* Once your cat is acclimated to the new box, just plug in the system and your cat should find the new litter box clean and ready for use.
* Remove the old litter box from the area.
Some cats (like Cynthia’s) can be picky as to the type of litter they use or even the box itself so the transition to your cat solely using the ScoopFree Litter Box will depend on him/her. The change may be quick or take a longer period of time. It’s all up to the feline family member. Just be patient.
PetSafe thought of everything to keep the cat(s) feeling comfortable when using the litter box. The auto clean feature will start about 20 minutes after the cat goes in the litter. The box can also detect when the cat is using the litter to avoid startling the cat(s).
Interesting right?! By now you must be asking yourself, how much is it?
The ScoopFree Original Self-Cleaning Litter Box has a retail price of $199.99. As previously mentioned, the replacement litter trays have a retail cost of $22.99 (1 pack) and $69.99 (3 pack).
Is it worth it? In my opinion, yes. For us, not having to worry about the dog eating what it shouldn’t, having no litter odor filtering through the house, not looking at a full litter box and not having to clean or even replace a litter box, makes it worthwhile. The cost of one tray is well worth the price considering it will last for at least a month (with one cat) without having to be replaced. It was costing more than that in litter alone each month.
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End Date: April 3rd 2018
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Christine is a mom, grandmother to an energetic 6yr old and newborn grandson born January 28th, 2018. Christine is also a fur mom to one ‘fur baby’, a dog named Tracker who is never far from Christine’s side. A devoted gardener, during the spring and summer months Christine can normally be found tending to her flower and vegetable gardens. Living in Southern Ontario near Lake Erie, Christine enjoys spending time outdoors and is an avid hiker. She also loves doing small diy projects in her spare time.
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