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Nature's Miracle Multi-Cat Self-Cleaning Litter Box makes cleaning up after you cats simple. This automatic litterbox is designed to scoop the waste and store it in a sealed waste receptacle. A carbon filter keeps odors under control. Nature's Miracle Non-stick plastic protection helps keep the box clean.

28"L x 17.7"W x 9.8"H

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Nature's Miracle Multi-Cat Self-Cleaning Litter Box

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Nature's MiracleMulti-Cat Self-Cleaning Litter Box

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Doesn't work well.

By Gretchen

from Tuscaloosa, AL

About Me Long-Time Pet Owner

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  • Easy To Assemble


  • Bulky
  • Loud
  • Poor Function
  • Retains Odors

Best Uses

  • Cats
  • Home

Comments about Multi-Cat Self-Cleaning Litter Box:

Terrible product. When I first purchased it, I thought it was the greatest thing since sliced bread. I didn't have to scoop everyday! Hallelujah! I was very very wrong. I used this product for just under 30 days to give it a chance, and ended up returning it.

I first tried it with Nature's Miracle regular clumping litter (one of the kinds they suggest). It didn't work half-bad at first, although odor control was subpar. The first problem I noticed was that the plastic lid kept falling off the machine part (hard to explain). As a result, it would sit on top of the receptacle, blocking the rake from pushing the waste into the receptacle and just piling it on top, leaving a litter mess everywhere. I started taping the lid to the plastic/machine part which solved that problem for the most part. The only other problem I noticed was that the clumps of urine and feces would occasionally get stuck to the rake, which is not unexpected.

I then switched to the pine clumping litter (Nature's Miracle also recommends this) in hopes it would better control odor. It did not. The rake also would scoop LARGE amounts of clean litter into the receptacle with the use of the pine litter. I did not have the litter above the maximum fill line, and often had it just above the minimum, and it still wasted so much clean litter! I had to buy another bag of the pine 2 weeks into using it. Such a waste! Also, with the minimum level of litter, the urine and feces would sometimes reach the bottom of the pan, not clumping properly, and causing more odor.

Lastly, the rake isn't that powerful, which isn't such a big deal. Cat urine clumps and feces aren't that heavy. The only problem I had with the rake (besides it pushing clean litter into the receptacle) was the noise! The rake/motor was so loud when it went off, that it would wake me up in the middle of the night, and it was not in my bedroom or adjoining bathroom.

I don't recommend this at all. I switched to using an extra large, hooded pan. I also recently tried the tidy scoop with glade and it works wonderfully! No more odor! And I also don't have to scoop EVERY day to prevent odor. Double win. Don't waste your money on this.

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