A Self-Cleaning Robot Litter Box for Cats has Arrived!

A Self-Cleaning Robot Litter Box for Cats has Arrived!

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Yes, cat owners, it is true. There is now a robot that cleans up cat poop. You get all the fun of being a cat owner without having to touch poop ever again!

cat1The Litter-Robot is an automatic self-cleaning litter box. Its patented sifting system automatically separates waste from clean litter. The self-adjusting weight sensor knows when your cat is inside and when it’s time to clean up.

How does it work? You buy the robot, bring it home very excitedly, and you place kitty litter in it. When your cat does a poop, and then jumps out, a timer counts down, allowing clumping litter to set before a cleaning cycle begins automatically. The robot then separates the poop from the clean kitty litter, and then puts the “deposit” into a carbon-filtered drawer below, reducing unpleasant odours and leaving a clean bed of litter every time.

When the draw is full after roughly a week, a little light goes off, and you empty the drawer into the bin, without having to touch anything gross.

Here is a demo:

This is great if you have more than one cat, or if you have kids who might touch a traditional open kitty litter tray. It is also a great solution if you want to go away on holiday and leave your cats for a week. There will be no more constant slavery to the litterbox.

This is why robots will one day rule the world. We should just give in put the robots in control, if they are going to be this awesome. And then we will have more time to play with our cats.

 

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