The Omega Paw Elite Roll ‘N Clean Litter Box lets you gently roll the litter box onto its side to catch all the waste in its internal waste bin. After that, all you have to do is pull out the waste bin and dump it in the garbage, and your cat’s litter box is clean. It’s a simple, low-tech solution and is one of the cheaper options out there. Just remember, this litter box will work much more effectively if you use clumping cat litter.
If you use crystal litter already or plan to when you get your furry friend, the PetSafe ScoopFree Ultra can last weeks before you need to do anything. This litter box will rake all the waste into a bin located at the back that seals once the raking is done, so it helps trap all those nasty odours. Plus the automatic timer and sensors will also let you know how many times your cat goes into the litter box, which can help you keep track of its health.
The Smart Scoop Automatic Litter Box is a self-scooping litter box that grinds into action fifteen minutes after your cat leaves the box, so no chance of it catching your cat’s paws on the way. It scoops into the integrated waste collection bin, which when full, you simply remove the tray, grab the bag and replace it with a new one. There’s a universal carbon filter to keep smells under control and the promise of quiet, non-cat-scaring operation.
If you have more than one cat, and they are already used to using the same litter box (not all cats are cool with that) than the LitterMaid automatic multi-cat litter box is worth a look. The waste gets raked into a waste bin at the back of the litter box, and the carbon filter helps keep bad odours at bay. Plus, the litter box even comes with a textured ramp to help clean your cat’s paws, so they don’t track litter around the house.