What Happened When I Purchased Your Cats A Self Cleaning LitterboxI hate cleaning the kitty box. When we got the kitty my son swore that he would care for the cat and scoop the cat litter box. However, you know how that goes. He never did end up care for this cat. I cared for their cat. And then he came home with another kitty. I then had been taking care of 2 cats. Finally after the third cat came and I decided I would splurge on a few of the self-cleaning litterboxes therefore I wouldn't have to scoop cat boxes anymore. Well I spent $200 on the very top of the line self-cleaning cat Litter Box because of our cats and this is exactly what happened:
As soon as I brought the box home and put it up I left the litter-boxes that the way they were in case the cats did not wish to use the brand new litter box because I did not want them going on the ground. 1 cat cautiously entered the self-cleaning litterbox through the front entrance. The litter box started cleaning up after him while he was still going. He was panicked by the noise that the cleaning mechanism left although it said it was a quiet mechanism. So he jumped out of the package, nevertheless jelqing, and dashed down the whole upstairs hallway trailing poop. I was convinced that I simply had wasted $200 and forced longer benefit myself personally.
Once I spend a hour cleaning up the hallway and shampooing the rugs I moved to inspect the litter box again. Cat number-two jumped from the box also used it. Once more the noise started however, this kitty wasn't startled by the noise. Cat number two sauntered out of this box with no care in the whole world and also the box clicked into lifetime and raked through the box cleaning out it.
Within the following two days I kept a close eye on all of the boxes. I never watched feline number-three usage the self-cleaning box. Not once. Cat number-two took to it straight off and it has used it together with no issues from the time. Cat numberone sometimes uses it but still favors the normal boxes using routine scooping litter. Therefore I spent $200 to a spare litter box that only one cat uses and I still have to scoop out litter boxes every day.
In the end I presume that pets, such as children, are not predictable and their experiences and personalities could determine if they like the things they are likely to enjoy or maybe not. I really don't understand why just one among my cats uses itself cleaning box that I paid a lot of money for. But hopefully the other two will learn to use it someday. I'll not remove this because I'm stubborn and I'm not going to throw away that sort of cash. However, if I needed it to do over again I definitely would have bought a less expensive self cleanup box or just stuck into the typical boxes with regular clumping mess.