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Yes, I have three cats, small, medium, and great big fat cat - my big fat cat uses this with no problem. But do get the large size.
By sierraseven on January 20, 2013
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If you get good CLUMPING litter that does it's job, the excrement does not "smear" around the litter box as all. I have not noticed any waste on my cat's fur and he's pretty large. I think the cats make a point to avoid touching the walls anyway. I also roll the box fully until it's completely upside down and bang the … see more If you get good CLUMPING litter that does it's job, the excrement does not "smear" around the litter box as all. I have not noticed any waste on my cat's fur and he's pretty large. I think the cats make a point to avoid touching the walls anyway. I also roll the box fully until it's completely upside down and bang the bottom.. but there is no waste stuck on the walls at all. Hope this helps! see less
By j.h. on April 14, 2012
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This box only really needs the lid when you're cleaning it and pops on and off very easily. I'm sure if your cat cared about covered vs uncovered, you could get this box and only put the lid on for cleaning. This would only add about 30 seconds to cleaning out the littler using this box. I like this box but it's a bit … see more This box only really needs the lid when you're cleaning it and pops on and off very easily. I'm sure if your cat cared about covered vs uncovered, you could get this box and only put the lid on for cleaning. This would only add about 30 seconds to cleaning out the littler using this box. I like this box but it's a bit messy. If they provided a better seal between the two halfs, and a way to attach the screen more securely, this box would be epic. see less
By Shawn on November 13, 2012
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You roll it upside down. The waste is deposited in a little drawer, I usually bang on the bottom of it a few times to dislodge stubborn pieces. Then you roll it back, remove the drawer and all is cleaned out. A nice product.
By Skye on March 21, 2014
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do you think the automatic ones are self cleaning when you have to dump the tray? It is self cleaning because you do not touch the litter (until you dump the contents of the drawer). If you want to pay $150 and up for the privelage of not rolling the box then go ahead. I prefer to save money and roll the box- it isn't … see more do you think the automatic ones are self cleaning when you have to dump the tray? It is self cleaning because you do not touch the litter (until you dump the contents of the drawer). If you want to pay $150 and up for the privelage of not rolling the box then go ahead. I prefer to save money and roll the box- it isn't rocket science and it isn't hard. see less
By Kitkat on June 13, 2014
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Yes and No - any wet cat waste (not covered) can get stuck on the internal grate, cause a mess and not go into the catcher. Probably would smear around in the inside too when you roll it.
The solution is to a) don't roll it right after your cat has used it. (wait for litter to clump up) b) have a quick peak inside to … see more
Yes and No - any wet cat waste (not covered) can get stuck on the internal grate, cause a mess and not go into the catcher. Probably would smear around in the inside too when you roll it.
The solution is to a) don't roll it right after your cat has used it. (wait for litter to clump up) b) have a quick peak inside to check if anything hasn't been covered and if it hasn't give it a little rock so it does get covered and roll it a little while later.
The rolling is super easy - it's easy to look into (i have a terrible back) and pulling the little tray out and just dumping the contents is 1000 times better than scooping. I roll it every time I go to the bathroom myself so it's always clean. see less

By Jason P on July 19, 2012
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Sure. But be make sure it is the Cat's Pride Scoopable Litter. That is their name for clumping litter. They're packaged in plastic "jugs" with handles, as opposed to the paper bags that non-clumping litter comes in.
By Coastie on February 23, 2013
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You might be rolling the box to quickly. Go slower so the filter can sift the clumps from the litter. You may want to pat the box while the filter portion of the box is on the bottom, for more separation. If that doesn't work then you may be putting to much litter.
By mrreviewguy1 on March 28, 2014
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It doesnt clean itself. You have to roll it over on its top and then back upright again. Pull out the container and empty it. No motor involved.
By christa russell on June 1, 2014
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It's not heavy at all since the way it's built it's super easy to just roll to the sides. but I guess it would also depend how much litter you put in it on how much effort you would have to put in to roll it.
It takes me all of maybe 2minutes to roll it over sift it and dump out the waste. (:

By h.eff. on March 16, 2014