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Scoop Free Ultra Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Box

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ScoopFree is the self-cleaning litter box you can leave alone for weeks at a time. The ScoopFree Ultra features a privacy hood, adjustable rake delay and tracker to help monitor your cat's health. Adjustable Rake Delay allows you to choose if the automatic rake sweeps waste 5, 10 or 20 minutes after your cats use the litter box.

Product Features:
  • Privacy Hood gives your cats the privacy they deserve while keeping the litter properly contained
  • Adjustable Rake Delay allows you to choose if the automatic rake sweeps waste 5, 10 or 20 minutes after your cats use the litter box
  • Health Counter tracks the frequency of your cat's litter box usage to help monitor their health
  • Uses disposable litter trays to provide hands-off convenience and unbeatable odour control
Self-Cleaning Litter Box measurements: L = 27-3/8" | W = 19" | H = 7" (16-3/4" with optional hood installed)

Litter Tray Measurements: L = 22" | W = 14.5" | H = 2.5"

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I used to have to empty cat boxes as a kid and I hated it. Three decades or so later, things haven't changed. This box does a pretty good job of keeping the tray clear of lumps. There's always going to be a stench associated with them, whether or not they're visible, but not having to scoop them out is a winner. Wiping kids' bums / changing nappies is enough of a chore without having to clean up after the cat being added to that list. Replacement trays could end up being expensive. We've one 2 yo cat and the tray needs renewal after approx 3 weeks. Although, I've not had to scoop out any stinky lumps for three weeks and thus it works out to be $10/week for convenience and time saving (plus the cost of kitty litter you'd otherwise have bought). The hood does a good job of stopping the litter being flung across the room and minimal litter gets stuck to the cat's paws, although we do have a mat in front of the tray opening. We didn't even need to train our cat in how to use it - we just removed the old tray/housing.

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I used to have to empty cat boxes as a kid and I hated it. Three decades or so later, things haven't changed. This box does a pretty good job of keeping the tray clear of lumps. There's always going to be a stench associated with them, whether or not they're visible, but not having to scoop them out is a winner. Wiping kids' bums / changing nappies is enough of a chore without having to clean up after the cat being added to that list. Replacement trays could end up being expensive. We've one 2 yo cat and the tray needs renewal after approx 3 weeks. Although, I've not had to scoop out any stinky lumps for three weeks and thus it works out to be $10/week for convenience and time saving (plus the cost of kitty litter you'd otherwise have bought). The hood does a good job of stopping the litter being flung across the room and minimal litter gets stuck to the cat's paws, although we do have a mat in front of the tray opening. We didn't even need to train our cat in how to use it - we just removed the old tray/housing.

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