Makes tap water safe for fish by neutralising harmful chlorine and chloramines.
Large blocks that slowly dissolve and release quality fish food for your pet while you are away.
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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.