I know the digging problem, though the digging here is awkward-ish.My boys however spend 10 minutes digging in it, that I could do without
I use Wood/Pine pellets as well! That litter box looks absolutely amazing, but $198 for a litter box seems like a bit much - is it worth it?Peewee wood pellet thingy's for her peewee EcoDome
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Works very well for our little one, goes a long way (time based) and little to no smell. Yay!
Edit: assuming that's not the same as pine. I'll have to google pine. o_o
Edit 2: peewee looks aaaaaaaaaa lot like pine, so changed my vote to pine ^_^
I used to buy SmartCat but I tried the Drs Foster and Smith and I believe it's the SAME EXACT THING. I would bet anything that Drs Foster and Smith are just packaging SmartCat in their own bag and putting their name on it. Drs Foster and Smith have the name recognition which SmartCat does not. If you check out their website, they carry a ton of stuff and I don't think they manufacture any of it. It's just a pet products store.Smart cat is what we use. ZERO dust and clumps great. Love it.
I use Wood/Pine pellets as well! That litter box looks absolutely amazing, but $198 for a litter box seems like a bit much - is it worth it?
My girl has open litter boxes right now, but I've been debating getting a cover for them. Any problems with that box? I would definately love to invest in it if only to make clean-up a lot easier.
Hey there - is that a cornish or a devon in your picture? I always wondered, do they need baths just like sphynx or are they like furry cats?
Make your own box, we did. We bought a big plastic container with lid, cut a nice entree in on the front . Storage container, I would say 2 feet deep and more then a foot high.