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Need Practical Solution Ideas - Litter Box Cleaning After Surgery

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  • After I read your post, I wondered what I would do if I didn't have my husband because we have 2 cats.
    I thought about it several times and that really is a problem. I was watching the View yesterday, the 7th of Oct. and they were showing new products. There was a litter box that only needs to be changed every 90 days. I am sure it would be on their website. It was $300.00 but if I were in a position where I had no options I would probably buy it and then pay a neighborhood kid to change it. It has a special kind of litter that is like filtered. That is a real problem, I hope you can come up with a solution.
  • I admit I'm a bit OCD when it comes to cleaning, but 3 months.. that's just.. nasty. Even if you scoop the poo frequently, there's still the issue of the cats climbing in and digging around in 90-day-old, urine-soaked, bacteria-ridden litter, then walking all over your house, sitting on your furniture, walking on your kitchen counters.. :sick:

    I can't imagine a thing they could do to a litter that would allow me go 90 days without changing it and not lose my mind. 8}

    Probably the only exception to that would be a Cat Genie, but in my book, that's a toilet not a litter box. I'd love to have one of those, but I have too many cats. But then, I'd rather have too many cats.. 'cause they love me and keep me warm in the winter! :))(



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  • this was really something and it wasn't disgusting,
    it was really quite something - if you could talk
    a cat into using it. If I didn't have someone to
    change a litter box, that would be quite a problem.
    I hope she finds a solution.
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