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"The Litter Robot recognizes when your cat is inside."
Yes, and robots are known for never ever disfunctioning. That thing even looks like a death trap from space. I appreciate the idea and effort, but the design is a fail. Why couldn't it at least require a human to turn a knob or something so it wouldn't be so risky but would still eliminate tne actual scooping process? I don't care for the visual design either, that would not suit my bathroom or any of my rooms.
I wonder how long it took for the cat in the litter robot to be trained to get in there? Mine absolutely will not use any box that has a covered lid - many cats feel trapped in a vulnerable position and won't use a covered box. However, no box is made with high enough sides for my one excavator to not throw all the litter out (and then have the other cats use the floor because that's where all the litter is). So, I bought a medium-sized, low-sided plastic storage box (longer, wider and a little higher than a regular litter box) and taped plain poster board around the two long sides and the back, leaving only the front open. The cats have no problem with it, as long as they are not covered overhead and have ample room to escape if need be, and my one excavator can't throw litter as high as the top of the poster board (or any tall enough cardboard).
At 0:18 what if it doesn't work and the cat starts to death and dies while at your work that would be so sad now you make me want to sue the company and so the company would get sued and then it wouldn't be a good day for everyone so I wouldn't get that and just stick with my regular stuff for my cat
A few of these you can make on your own for like half the price, especially cardboard scratching toys, just buy a cardboard box using a template of your choosing, cut the template multiple times, stack and glue and bam, cardboard scratching area for the price of a box, glue and scissors (If you don't have glue and scissors already), also you can literally make the V-Box on your own, it is not that complicated of a design, I made a similar one for my friend and her cat and added better features like a cat tent that sat on top with velcro, used plywood for the frame, pvc pipe and rope for the scratching post, every time I go over to visit I see her cat Jack Pawson (like Jack Dawson from Titanic) sitting in it, he loves it and I had fun making it.