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    Post Attn: Cat Owners

    For you Cat owners out there, this is a great machine below.
    It is an automatic litterbox.
    We have owned it for about a year now and its worth every penny !

    http://www.littermaid.com/


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    Having Multiple cats, you have got my attention...

    How many do you have?

    I might have found the solution to my problem----My dog loves Cat Chit. If it's not there, he cant eat it, and my weight room won't smell bad anymore.

    Thanks for the link!

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    I've got 2 male cats. And they eat as long as I keep food in the bowl

    what I like the most is no poop to linger and smell as it goes into a compartment after every dump.

    We also found the brand Tidycats Scoops (multiple cat) formula works the best with that rake also.

    We got ours at Walmart. Target and most pets stores sell them too as well as Ebay.

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    I have 2 females...

    A friend gave me one of those for Christmas 3 years ago and I have it in my warehouse... somewhere

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    I know this sounds bad, but I was thinking about getting that for the wife. She keeps saying how she wants one but I was skeptical of its effectiveness.

    We have 4 indoor cats (thanks to my wife ), luckily our house doesn't smell, this would make life much easier for her since I didn’t want any of these cats and I refuse to pick up after them.

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    With just 2 cats, I have to scoop turds daily and change the litter every 4-5 days...

    It could pay for itself... another friend of mine has 3 cats including a Mancoon (22lber) (sp?) and he swears by it.

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    We have the LM-900 MEGA.

    there is one bigger, I don't know the model #, but its big.

    the MEGA does fine with our two

    Amazon Reviews on the LM-900
    http://www.amazon.com/LitterMaid-LM9.../dp/B00005MF9U
    Last edited by RX951; 12-19-2006 at 06:06 PM.

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    I used a LitterMaid for over 5 years with a single cat.
    The poop loving dogs couldn't get to it.
    The Cat liked it just fine.
    Every few months you need to do a detailed cleanup, otherwise it was no big deal to empty it & add some more litter.

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    I got 2 cats, going on 3 years now...Just have to make sure it does nto get clogged, so check it every 2-3 days...

    As for dogs, I put it inside a brown shipping box with one side open so I can slide it out, and a hole on the other side for them to access...and I pushed it up against the wall so only the small hole is exposed...

    put their water/food on top, DONE...

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