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2.0 out of 5 stars NOT ODOR FREE!, November 29, 2009
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We are on day two of using this box and the odor is already unbearable. We have two kittens who are 5mos old and there are only two little piles of poo in there and the whole room stinks.

The Scoop Free web site says not to use any litter but theirs, and I think this is so that they have some control over customer complaints. i.e. if they say you can use any litter on the market, then they have no control over whether your problems are due to litter or the machine. So we are going to try the litter that we have in the other boxes, which has GREAT odor control (Tidy Cat Premium Scoop for Multiple Cats) to see if it is any better.

If not, the product does have a 90-day money back guarantee that we will certainly take advantage of.

FYI, The best thing for odor control that we ever got is a product called the "Litter Locker," by Petmate, which is a place to stow away poo after scooping. We bought it at a local pet store, and it is available on Amazon. You do have to scoop, but instead of throwing the clumps in the trash and trying to keep that odor down, you put it in the Litter Locker until it is full. Then you can dump a bunch of it all at once when you are ready to take out the trash.
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Initial post: Dec 3, 2009 6:04:05 AM PST
LMcL says:
Runny cat poop really stinks. Everything else just smells. Check the kittens health & diet. No milk products for cats!
Why not just use a plastic bag from the market for each scooping, tie it up, and take it to the outside trash immediately? Or at least put it outside by the door TO TAKE to the trash on the next trip in that direction.
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