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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-19-2009, 09:19 PM Thread Starter
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Roll'n Clean

Does anyone have this litter box? How do you like it? I was at the grocery store today and saw one...looks interesting but I'm not sure.

Just wondering if anyone here has tried it?

I really need a better litter box solution. My 3 cats are totally disgusting with their current set up (clumping cat litter in regular box with liner, the liner bag always gets pulled down or torn up and cat pee goes all over, sick!) and I need something that won't make me gag every time I clean it...which is literally happening EVERY time.

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 08-19-2009, 11:00 PM
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You have to keep a lot of litter in that box otherwise if the pee sinks to the bottom it will stick and won't fall into the bin.

Clumping litter works best without liners, imo. It almost sounds like you have one box for 3 cats....I recommend at least one more, part of the problem may be that they're doing lots of scratching to keep everything covered. I use storage totes for boxes. Recently got a couple that are tall enough to keep covers on them, cut a hole in the side with a hot knife. No mess at all. Got the totes at Lowe's for $8 or $9 each. I have 2 for 3 cats and if I forget to scoop one day (or just feeling rebellious) it's no big deal.

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