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1. LitterMaid LM500 Automated Litter
$109.99 list($159.99)
2. LitterMaid LM900 Self-Cleaning
$24.99 list($39.99)
3. LitterMaid Cat Privacy Tent
4. LitterMaid Mega Self-Cleaning
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$19.99
6. LitterMaid Waste Receptacle Refills
$129.99
7. LitterMaid Plus Self-Cleaning
8. LitterMaid Cat Privacy Tent (for
$99.95
9. LitterMaid LM 600 Self-Cleaning
$99.95
10. LitterMaid LM 600 Self-Cleaning
$60.00
11. LitterMaid SuperDuck Professional
$206.57
12. LitterMaid Mega Self-Cleaning
$28.72
13. LitterMaid Waste Receptacles

1. LitterMaid LM500 Automated Litter Box
list price: $120.00
our price: $79.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005MF9T
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Littermaid
Sales Rank: 865
Average Customer Review: 2.62 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

This self-cleaning litter box eliminates most odors whilekeeping the litter pleasingly fresh for tabby. It's ingenious indesign: a cat entering the box triggers a sensor; the sensor sets atimer that counts off 10 minutes; then a rake runs through the litter,scooping out clumps and depositing them in a plastic container at thebox's end; the container is automatically sealed until the next catvisit, when the raking cycle opens the container for another deposit.(Four reusable/disposable containers are included.) The litter box canbe plugged into a wall socket (AC adapter included) or operated oneight D-cell batteries (not included).For safety, the rake stops and reverses at the slightest touch if anobject gets behind the rake while it's returning to its home position.If a cat re-enters the box before the initial 10 minutes have elapsed,the timer automatically resets. The litter box is made of hard plasticand measures 23-1/2 inches long, 16-1/2 inches wide, and 8-1/2 incheshigh. For proper operation, it requires premium clumping litter butdoes not need as much as a nonautomated litter box of the same size.For cleaning, the litter tray can be detached. Instructions foracclimating a cat to the box are included. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • 23-1/2 inches long, 16-1/2 inches wide, 8-1/2 inches high
  • Automatically rakes waste into sealable container 10 minutes after use
  • Plugs into wall socket or operates with eight D-cell batteries (not included)
  • Four reusable/disposable waster containers included
  • Detachable litter tray for convenient cleaning

Reviews (53)

4-0 out of 5 stars One cat owner
I own one cat and she's not all there, so I thought this box would help. My roommate made me get it. I love the fact that I don't have to touch the litter. It's in my bedroom, so I turn it off at night since it has a very loud motor. A lot of time though the urine clumps get stuck in the rake and I have to get them out myself, so we are back to the old way of doing things. I know it's not the litter, because I tried two of the 4 they recommend. I can't find the Littermaid litter in the store, otherwise I would try it. I found to fix the urine problem, I turn it off until it has time to absorb into the litter and then turn it back, I haven't had a problem since. Nobody knows I have a cat since the odor control of this box is wonderful!!!! That's my favorite part about it. I love this litterbox, even though it's not perfect. I wouldn't go back to the old method of cleaning by hand. Hope this helps.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product, does what it says!
I've had mine for almost 2 years, and I must say it makes owning several cats much easier and more enjoyable since I detest litter boxes.

Only a few points must be followed to keep it enjoyable.

First and most important, make SURE you use one of the better clumping litters. There is a list in the instructions of what to use and what NOT to use. (you waste less litter, so the cost of the more expensive litters is a wash)
If you use the wrong litter, you'll have a clumpy smelly mess on the rake you'll have to dig off (it's like glue...first hand experience here), and the machine will jam because the clumps will also stick to the base and not allow the rake to do it's job.

Second, use plastic bags from the grocery store to mold around the waste recepticles...it makes removal easier, and the recepticles last a long time. (I still have some of the original 12 that came with the machine 2 years ago)

Third, you may want to keep a piece or carpet or plastic floor runner under the unit to catch the extra litter that will fall around the unit. (I have my unit in a carpet covered wood box because I have a dog who likes litter boxes...especially when there's a cat in it, and I keep a plastic runner at the opening of the box...it works great and I just vaccuum or sweep the runner when nec.)

If you follow those simple rules...you'll love this unit!!

1-0 out of 5 stars poop thrower
I got more flicked in my face in 1 month then in 15 years in the veterinary business.
Emptying the poop containers flicks sand and poop in you face and mouth. Also, litter rake would clump and youhad to clean it by hand. The plastic must have been poop bonding material because you could never get it clean. After 2 weeks , it started throwing poop clumps acrosss the floor.

Somehow the rake got stuck and preassure woud build and thwack! Poop and urine would fly.

don't waste your money

1-0 out of 5 stars Poorly Designed
I read all the reviews saying this thing sucked, and I thought, Well I'm an engineer, I can handle it but I was Wrong. I even got the older model LM500 hoping that it would work, but it didn't.
In the automatic rake thing, there are several plastic parts put, not glued or secured together. The first couple of times the rake went offline (because of excessively large dump - this happened at least 4-5 times per day despite filling litter to lower than the mark and using premium litter etc), the little plastic parts would pop out and the rake would go offtrack. Once this started happening, the plastic pieces would pop off every time. I tried glueing it, rubberbands, etc. Nothing worked.
I feel really stupid for having read all the reviews and still buying it. Look at the content of the reviews. People describe intimately what is wrong with the product (rake broken, off track, etc) and how they tried to fix it. This should tell you how involved the owner got to try and get it to work. For me this meant getting cat piss all over myself, litter in my eyes, and messing with it everyday until the day, only three weeks after I got it, when it refused to work whatsoever.
Now I have this gigantic plastic piece of cat piss smelling garbage sitting around that I have to repackage and mail back. This is just not worth it. My brother has one, and it works, but it's just luck of the draw whether you get it to work or not. But judging from all the negative reviews, odds are against you.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money!
I have owned three of these things. None of them worked. The first one died after three months. The second one worked for six months and died; after waiting several months for their warranty people to get back to me, they finally replaced it. The third one never worked. I tried several times to get a hold of their warranty department, but they never responded to me. I finally threw it away. ... Read more


2. LitterMaid LM900 Self-Cleaning Litter Box
list price: $159.99
our price: $109.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005MF9U
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Littermaid
Sales Rank: 195
Average Customer Review: 2.94 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Ideal for a household with a large cat or more than one cat, this big,self-cleaning litter box eliminates most odors while keeping the litterpleasingly fresh for tabby. It's ingenious in design: a cat entering the boxtriggers a sensor; the sensor sets a timer that counts off 10 minutes; then arake runs through the litter, scooping out clumps and depositing them in aplastic container at the box's end; the container is automatically sealed untilthe next cat visit, when the raking cycle opens the container for anotherdeposit. (Twelve reusable, disposable containers are included, each 13 incheslong, 4 inches wide, and 3-1/2 inches deep.) The litter box can be plugged intoa wall socket (AC adapter included) or operated on eight D-cell batteries (notincluded). It comes with a durable carpeted ramp that leads a cat into the boxand cleans its paws on the way out. For safety, the rake stops and reverses atthe slightest touch if an object gets in the way. If a cat re-enters the boxbefore the initial 10 minutes have elapsed, the timer automatically resets. Thelitter box is made of hard plastic and measures 29 inches long, 8-7/8 incheshigh, and 16-3/4 inches wide. For proper operation, it requires premium,clumping litter but does not need as much as a nonautomated litter box of thesame size. For cleaning, the litter tray can be detached. Instructions foracclimating a cat to the box are included. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • 29 inches long, 8-7/8 inches high, 16-3/4 inches wide
  • Automatically rakes waste into sealable container 10 minutes after use
  • Large capacity: ideal for large- and multiple-cat households
  • Plugs into wall socket or operates with eight D-cell batteries (not included)
  • Paw cleaning ramp and 12 reusable/disposable waster containers included

Reviews (138)

4-0 out of 5 stars Recommended for the lazy cat owner
I figured this was another over hyped, useless product I'd regret buying, but I was (happily) wrong. The cats (2) and I both love it. Using a regular litter box I had problems with one of my cats urinating on bath rugs, in the bathtub, etc.: I guess I just didn't keep the litter box clean enough for her. As soon as I got the Littermaid the problem disappeared!

A few tips from an experienced owner:
-The litter receptacles are disposable, but only if you're a millionaire. And it's really nasty to clean them. I reccomend lining the litter receptacles with plastic grocery store bags. Remove the plastic bag, tie it up & throw it in the trash. This way you can re-use the disposable recepticles many, many times, without cleaning them.
-Yes, it's noisy, but not any noisier than 2 cats playing tag in the middle of the night! Mine's in the kitchen, just down a short hall from my bedroom, but I sleep with my door closed & it's not a problem for me.
-Yes, the cats track the litter, but no worse than a "regular" litter box using the same (premium clumping) litter.

Until I can train the cats to use the same toilet I do (fat chance, I can't even get them to answer to their names), this is as good a solution as I think I'm going to find.

4-0 out of 5 stars Ok for one cat, good for travelers
While this box does what it's advertised to do (rake litter and remove the lumps), it should be used with some cautions:

1. Two cats? Well, not ours. They need two boxes, maybe three. The vet says X+1 box for the cats you have, to avoid spraying and fighting. We find this to be true.

2. The litter is not able to be put in very deep in this box, and you have to be careful what kind you use.

3. The little plastic container for the uh, lumps, fills up and you need to replace it often. They are a bit costly.

For ONE cat, if you go away for say an overnight and have a food dispenser and water fountain, can work to keep the box sanitary. And for finicky cats (we have one) who refuse to use the box unless it's cleaned EACH TIME (yes, this cat turns up his nose unless you are on 24 hour litterbox patrol) well, for this kind of cat, the LitterMaid is excellent.

YOU MUST follow the directions exactly or it will jam, and that's not fun to clean. So I recommend it for one cat, or if you are able to, get a couple of them for multiple cats.

1-0 out of 5 stars It arrives broken
Yes, it's true. I ordered not one (returned because it arrived broken), but two (it arrived broken) and three (sic). The two tiny arms are pathetic - just waiting to be snapped. If someone ever did get this product right - well, they would have to have at least 2.3% of a cat's IQ.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not Worth it Anymore!
I bought my first Littermaid and it lasted 5 years and I thought it was the greatest thing. When it finally broke, I rushed out to buy a new one. What a mistake. I have had 2 of the new ones, (the $99 model) and both have broken within a month. I guess the company decided to get cheap and now the product stinks.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the money
I was so excited to get this product, but after a couple weeks use, I started having the same problems as other reviewers. The clumps would stick to the rake and the bottom of the pan, and would jam it so the rake would get too heavy and couldn't lift it up high enough to dump it. I have two cats, and both of my cats have a tendency to use the same corner everytime, so that the waste receptacle was always full on one side and empty on the other, unless I constantly got in and redistributed. I would have to redistribute the clumps for the rake to work as well. Otherwise it was too heavy on one side and would get stuck. Then it tries a few more times to scoop the clumps up, but it is so noisy that it wakes you up with all its struggles in the middle of the night.
I have had for about 5 months now, and this morning at 4am, it broke. The whole arm with the rake and the motor broke clean off, and I can see no way to repair it. However, after it broke, the motor continued to run and run until I got up and turned it off. I am quite disappointed, and do not plan to buy a second one and try again. I am surprised after reading all of the bad reviews that LitterMaid has not improved their product. I am also surprised they are even still in business. As soon as I can save some money, I am purchasing the Litter Robot. ... Read more


3. LitterMaid Cat Privacy Tent
list price: $39.99
our price: $24.99
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Asin: B00005MF9V
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Littermaid
Sales Rank: 1134
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Designed to fit around LitterMaid's self-cleaning litter boxes(or any litter box), this roomy tent provides tabby with privacy andcan be set up as a den for play and sleep even without a litter boxinside. It's made of waterproof vinyl and can be wiped out with a dampcloth or washed in warm, soapy water. Used around a litter box, thesix-sided tent confines litter to the box and keeps it from beingscattered around. It unzips all the way around to provide easy accessfor a litter box to be refilled or cleaned. The tent measures 29 incheslong, 18-1/2 inches wide, and 16-3/4 inches high and assembles easilywithout tools (instructions included). --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • 29 inches long, 18-1/2 inches wide, 16-3/4 inches high
  • Fits LitterMaid self-cleaning cat boxes and most other cat boxes
  • Provides roomy privacy for cat with or without litter box
  • Six sides keep litter confined to box area; unzips for easy access
  • Made of waterproof vinyl; cleans with soapy water

Reviews (15)

2-0 out of 5 stars Poorly made product
I bought the littermaid tent about a month after I bought my littermaid. I've never had any problems with the littermaid and am happy with the product. The tent on the other had is very poorly made!! It's supported with a series of plastic tubes which is very easy to assemble, but I had to move last week and when I CAREFULLY took the tent apart 3 of the pegs connecting the tubes broke off. I used tape to put it the frame back in place I had to try and zip and re-zip the tent b/c the zipper kept breaking and opening. It finally came back together after about 20 minutes of zipping and rezipping.

The tent does help with keeping the litter in b/c my cat really likes to dig, but obviously this product wasn't designed very well b/c even with both flaps wide open...the waste tray doesn't come out nicely and yes refilling the litter would be easier if you could pour it in on top and see what you were doing.

I'm not very happy with the tent, but am happy with the littermaid. I just wish there was a better quality product out there.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Product
I bought this product at the store ... and I still think it was well worth it. Yes, as described in other reviews, it's somewhat flimsy and it is HUGE, but it's a tent for a cat litter box. I don't pull on it, jump on it or sit on it, (neither does my cat) so the fact that it's made of a cheaper plastic product doesn't really mean anything. It certainly seems strong enough to last, as long as you handle it with care. It helps tremendously with odor and cat litter on the floor. I am thrilled with this product - both the littermaid and the tent...

1-0 out of 5 stars Collapsed in three seconds
Excuse my French, but this is a piece of crap. Right after I assembled it, my cat jumped on top and it broke. Pfft.

1-0 out of 5 stars Waste of money!!!
Nice concept, poorly executed. The support structure to hold the tent in place is of the lowest quality plastic out there. The frame didn't last 2 months before it started cracking at places (and I have a little kitten weighing less than 9lbs). If I were you, I would save my money and look elsewhere.

1-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT BUY IT-PRODUCT AND CUSTOMER SERVICE SUCKS!!!!!
I bought this product from Amazon on 2/4/2004. The product is a piece of crap. I followed the instruction and tried to put it together. But the plastic tent is not the right size, and I can't zip the two pieces together. I called Littermaid's 1-800 number on 2/17/2004, the customer services rep (Carrie Murray, ext 3123) told me that they are just distributor and they are not responsible for any return. She even told me that it's Amazon's responsibility, not Littermaid's. After arguing for a while, I faxed my invoice over and she promised me they will take care of it. I haven't heard back from her since then. I wasted $25 on this junk. And I'm very upset at Littermaid being so irresponsible. So my advise is: DON¡¦T BUY IT. ... Read more


4. LitterMaid Mega Self-Cleaning Litter Box (34"L x 16.75"W x 9.25"H)

Asin: B0000AH3OL
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: LitterMaid
Sales Rank: 35585
Average Customer Review: 3.18 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The MEGA Deluxe unit also comes with carpeted, ridged ramp which cleans cats' paws as they exit the box to reduce litter tracking. In addition, the MEGA Deluxe box has a roomier interior space and higher side panels to keep litter in the box and off the floor. Use with a premium quality clumping litter. Runs on household current or 8 "D" batteries (not included). ... Read more

Reviews (11)

2-0 out of 5 stars Finally pulled the plug
It's 4:30 am and I pulled the plugout forever. Read on.
I've had this model for about a year. It's great in theory but in practice it falls a bit short. Maybe it's just my cat, but it has become too annoying to keep.
Problems:
Noisy - don't have it anywhere in the open. When the motor strains it can wake almost anybody making multiple passes. Since my cat builds sand castles for fun (mainly because the actual litter level needs to be too low for the machine to work), it can take 5 or six passes to level it out.

Wimpy - Maybe the 1/2 hp chain drive from my garage door would be too much but this one can't handle the load of one cat 10% of the time. After 5 - 10 minutes of strained passes it gives up. (I hope you haven't left town for a couple of days).

Popping out of alignment - This was the final straw. After about 10 months, the gear on the side would occaisionally slip a tooth and the bar goes out of alignment. When this occurs, the comb isn't straight and the comb teeth catch on the edge by the disposal tray and a very loud pop ensues. This is why the plug was finally pulled. That "pop" now wakes me up immediately and I know that I will have to listen to this racket of groans and pops for the next 5 to 10 minutes until it finally gives up or I give up and run downstairs to fix it.

If you have a closed or semi closed location and a dainty cat that doesn't make mountains out of mole hills, this might work for you. If not, save your money and your sleep.

4-0 out of 5 stars Needs some work - But better than a manual box
Pros
Less Frequent Maintenance = More time for me to pet the cat
A clean box = happy purr machine
Lower allergies for our guests
No smell = no wife complaining (this is a HUGE benefit guys)

Cons
The unit is a bit expensive, but I'd pay more if it was a bit better quality
Expensive container refills (can be reused a few times each)
Rake is not removable for cleaning
Under powered

First off, these things do break; my Pet Food express has a better warranty than the company. I've gone through 2 of the L models and I'm trying the "mega" as we speak.

I don't have time to do the litter as often as the manual method demands (3+ hour daily commute) and with an indoor cat, a mother in law with allergies, and a spouse that can't stand the smell this is a good option for me.

About once a month take the unit apart and give it a good cleaning with hot soapy water and remove the bottom and hose it off (water in the electronics WILL kill this unit one off the unit's "deaths" was because I was far too liberal with the water).

I have NOT been using premium litter, and it has worked alright, but I plan to get the premium as soon as the bucket 'o' cheep stuff my father brought over runs out (he has a cat and, I believe, bought 5 metric tons when it was on sale).

P.S. I used the childs log in because I don't want to register with amazon to post an opinion.

1-0 out of 5 stars Who needs the litter?
I purchased the LitterMaid Mega Self Cleaning Litter Box, and I must tell you it did not impress me. You might think that buying a $170 self-cleaning litter-box such as this one will solve all your kitty-cat-related feces and urine troubles -- and I'm not saying that it wont. For me and my kitty-cats, the LitterMaid was just another litter-box. Sure, the mechanical aspect lessened the human work, but I didn't feel like my kitty-cats were really getting their money's worth. The LitterMaid, when it functioned correctly, left you to simply remove the pre-scooped litter periodically. After I returned it, however, I investigated methods that remove the need for litter boxes -- LitterMaid included -- from mine or any cat-household. What I found was delightful. As long as you-yourself use a toilet to defecate in -- or at the very least have one in your domicile -- you can teach your kitty-cat to dispose of his waste in the very same vessel.

Toilet-training a kitty-cat is a simple process that takes exactly twenty-one-days. Some kitty-cats acclimate themselves to particular steps of the transition at different rates, and success rates of differentiable methods vary. Here is one method I have used unsuccessfully:

The first week of toilet-training begins by placing the litter box next to the toilet you wish your kitty-cat or -cats to use. If this makes them confused or defecate on the floor where their box was original-kept, try rearranging furniture to block them. Once they regularly use the litter box next to the toilet, begin elevating the box by placing books or magazines under it little by little. By the seventh day of the operation, your kitty-cat should be leaping onto the box at a height parallel to your toilet. Next, bolt a spare toilet-seat onto the top of the litter-box, so that the kitty-cat or -cats must either squat inside the rim of the toilet-seat or -- preferably -- on top of the cushion. The largest stage of the transition follows. Remove the litter-box entirely from the bathroom and cover the rim of your actual toilet with Saran-Wrap or Cling-Wrap. Now, spread a thin-layer of flushable-litter on-top-of the-Saran- or Cling-Wrap-toilet-covering. If you've followed these steps correctly, your kitty-cat will be defecating in this container on day-twenty-one. Remember to scoop the feces- and urine-soaked patches regularly, approximately ten minutes after they use the toilet. If you have any questions regarding kitty-cat-toilet-bowl acclimation or care -- I am available for conversational intercourse.

Congratulations! Your-kitty-cat is using the toilet! Now, who still wants to spend their money on an automated machine?

2-0 out of 5 stars Think of this as a bad $15/month litter box cleaning service
You'll spend $170 for this unit and after about a year it will be so run down that you'll have to buy another one. I've been through three of these in the past three years, and I'm getting really tired of having to replace them. The unit starts off fairly strong, but within a few months the motor doesn't seem to be as strong and the rake is getting jammed as it can't make its way through the litter to scoop it into the container. Also, if I put too much litter into the box (ie. up to the line printed on the side of the machine) it guarantees that the machine will get jammed. It's a great idea, but they need to put a stronger motor in.

5-0 out of 5 stars this is JUNK get a LITTER-ROBOT instead
when i got it i loved it for about 3 days. then it began clogging up and getting disgustingly dirty. NO ONE i've ever met, and i do animal rescue work, has ever kept this and used it. want to get one that really works? go to http://litter-robot.com/ and check out the message board at http://www.litterbox-central.com this was a great resource for me. i was obsessed with fining a solution to the litterbox oder and time it took. litter robot has been a great product for me...for now nearly a year and on the litterbox central forum you can see testimonials from other users who are happy for longer. 3 weeks for this crummy littermaid or a 18mth warrenty and many happy users with the LITTER-ROBOT ... Read more


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Asin: B0006ZLWYM
Catlog: Kitchen
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (21)

3-0 out of 5 stars Needs revamped, made cheaper
Of all the things I have bought in my day, these things by far are the most over-priced item out there for what you get.Honestly, a piece of plastic for your cat's doo-doo, and a lid.Give me a break!Maybe they should charge $10 each for them, maybe they could stay in business with that!I guess that's where their money stays consistent after you buy the Littermaid box but really!

Anyway, with that gripe out of the way, these things work fairly well.They do get heavy and the doo-doo can spill out if you're not careful, but I just empty mine into one of those plastic grocery store bags, tie it, and dispose of it the night before garbage day. That way, it's not smelling up the garbage, the house, the garage, the garbage man's hands or face, and it just works out very well.But if you have more than one cat and high usage, then maybe a galvanized can for the disposal of the grocery store bags would be in order if you're emptying it more than once a week.My cat goes outside sometimes so I don't have as much to worry about smell-wise.But if I still lived in my apartment with this thing, I'd be emptying the liner contents into the grocery bag and taking it out to the dumpster daily.It just keeps everyone happy that way.These things curb the odor some, but not that much.

Let's keep our fingers crossed that someone out there can make a better and cheaper widget for this machine.

2-0 out of 5 stars Inconsistent quality so far
The receptacles I got with my first Littermaid (for multiple cats) were very flimsy. The replacement box of 12 (as shown) I got afterward were also flimsy.This did not stop us from reusing the trays over and over.It doesn't make sense not to, but eventually they get pretty brutalised from removal and reinsertion.

Oddly enough, when we got our second LitterMaid (regular sized) the receptacles that came with it were sturdier and more durable.Why they arent all manufactured at this thickness is beyond me.Actually, I'm sure it's a case of trying to get more money out of us at cheaper manufacturing cost, but it's a little ridiculous when they are that flimsy.

4-0 out of 5 stars beats the alternative
This is a good thing. Overpriced? Yeah. But I don't have to play scoop for poop anymore. The cat's box being in the laundry with the dryer running can be repulsive. This is way better than cleaning the box several times a day. Yeah, the plastic containers are a little hokey, but everyone's gotta make a dime. My cat's almost entirely automatic now! I have a self-filling food bowl, a water bowl with a resevoir that filters the cat's water, and now, the lovely self-cleaning box!
Considering my cat has a new fun hobby of sitting on the kitchen table at night, I feel much better going to sleep knowing that she's not walking on piles of poo four or five times a day.

2-0 out of 5 stars The only game in town
If you own a littermaid self cleaning litter box you have no choice but to buy these receptacles.I agree they are flimsy and not worth the cost but the company apparently doesn't pay any attention to customer feedback. If I wanted to spend quality time with my cat litter wrapping bags around the box, I would have an $8.00 litterbox and scoop it myself. I agree the manufacturer should be ashamed of this product.

1-0 out of 5 stars $1 per container?
A dollar apiece for a small, paper-thin plastic container that probably cost them a fraction of a cent to manufacture...

They should be ashamed (all the way to the bank). ... Read more


6. LitterMaid Waste Receptacle Refills (12 pack)

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Asin: B0002ML1MC
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: LitterMaid
Sales Rank: 25144
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Product Description

A box of 12 new replacement waste containers which fit all models of the LITTERMAID Automated Cat Boxes. ... Read more


7. LitterMaid Plus Self-Cleaning Litter Box (23.5"L x 16.5"W x 8.5"H)

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Asin: B0000AH3SF
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: LitterMaid
Sales Rank: 45751
Average Customer Review: 2.3 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Cat owners can now avoid that most unpleasant chore with the LitterMaid automatic self-cleaning litter box. With a new, quieter motor, this litter box has infrared sensors that send a rake through litter to scoop up waste and drop it into a resealable receptacle just seconds after your pet has finished using the box. The heavy-gauge plastic 2-piece box helps eliminate most odors and has a removable rack for easy cleaning. (batteries not included) ... Read more

Reviews (10)

2-0 out of 5 stars Not what I expected
This is my 3rd litter maid. The first worked great for 2 years, so when it died we went right out to get another. That one was broken when we opened the box. So we returned it and got another. This time we went for the Plus model thinking it would be really great. NOT SO!! It is loud, slow, and gets hung several times a day. If I could find the receipt I'd return it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Worst money I ever spent
This thing was awful. After the first day, the rake was so clogged it started flinging cat waste across the room. I would clean this thing every morning and evening and the rake would still get clogged up with cat crap. Eventually, the rake came off the track and I threw the whole thing away. Avoid this product like the plague.

1-0 out of 5 stars Very poor
I'm very disappointed with this litterbox. It's mostly the litter receptacle tray. Even if it's not 100% full, it is nearly impossible to get out of its holder on the litterbox. It nests itself in there very tightly, you can't take it out the back, if it's slightly bulging from wet (remember you have to use clumping) litter, you have to squeeze both sides of the receptacle together to squeeze it out, while simultaneously pulling in both lips of the receptacle to let them clear the holder.

In short: It's a pain in the posterior to clean, to change the litter. I recommend 100% against this litter box, unless you plan on making a mess (that you wanted to avoid) every time you want to empty the used litter receptacle.

This litterbox belongs inside itself...as it is, a piece of (you know what).

1-0 out of 5 stars this is JUNK get a LITTER-ROBOT that works instead
when i got it i loved it for about 3 days. then it began clogging up and getting disgustingly dirty. NO ONE i've ever met, and i do animal rescue work, has ever kept this and used it. want to get one that really works? go to http://litter-robot.com/ and check out the message board at http://www.litterbox-central.com this was a great resource for me. i was obsessed with fining a solution to the litterbox oder and time it took. litter robot has been a great product for me...for now nearly a year and on the litterbox central forum you can see testimonials from other users who are happy for longer. 3 weeks for this crummy littermaid or a 18mth warrenty and many happy users with the LITTER-ROBOT

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor quality device, more work than a "manual" litterbox
My Littermaid died within a month of purchase--it simply stopped raking, despite following all the coaxing suggested by the manufacturer (use only the most expensive litter, spray the pan with silicone or Pam, etc.). This thing takes a lot of work to keep it limping along. It is made from flimsy plastic, including the rake. I switched to a $20 "rollover" litterbox--and spend a lot less time dealing with litter. The technology must not be there yet for a quality automatic litterbox. ... Read more


8. LitterMaid Cat Privacy Tent (for model LM500)

Asin: B0002ML1MM
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: LitterMaid
Sales Rank: 46961
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Product Description

The perfect cover-up for a litter box! Gives you felines total privacy and keeps litter contained. Fits most litter boxes and its sturdy vinyl cover easily wipes clean. May also be used as a privacy den for cat's sleep and play. Entry flap snaps back on side of tent to provide easy access to the litter box. Small window in back allows for adapter cord for use with Littermaid electronic litter boxes. ... Read more


9. LitterMaid LM 600 Self-Cleaning Litterbox

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Asin: B00006IV0M
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Littermaid
Sales Rank: 5965
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Measures 24 by 16.8 by 8.8 inches (L x W x H); runs on household current or 8 D batteries
  • Self-cleaning litterbox scoops litter manually
  • Rakes clumped litter into detachable storage tray
  • Automatically turns on 10 minutes after cat leaves
  • Storage tray lines with disposable waste receptacles for easy cleaning

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars DON'T BUY THIS PRODUCT!
The product was good when it first came on the market but recent versions of it are AWFUL AND CHEAPLY MADE!
My first littermaid that I purchased nearly four years ago broke and had to be replaced by the manufacturer. The replacement lasted for 3 years and then broke. I bought another one and after only one month that broke. They replaced it again and after only 3 days IT BROKE. By broke I mean the rake comes off the track when it tries to pick up a clump and the wheels keep running but the rake doesn't move and you have to force it back on the track just for it to come off again.

Even when this item worked, it was only slightly better then a regular box because the rake always got jammed up and gross! Please do not throw away your hard earned money on this product. I beg of you...

1-0 out of 5 stars This isn't the solution you've been looking for.
I don't know what is yet, but I hope to find it myself too. We purchased this litterbox 18 months ago. We have two cats in the house. I spend almost as much time cleaning this device as i would manually sifting litter. The flimsy plastic rake often pushes litter (and worse) into little crevices within the device's drive rails. The recepticles are expensive and, if used correctly, throw litter directly at you when you attempt to remove them from their snap-locks. Often times, we will have to shut the machine off and move the litter into a "friendlier" place for the rake to catch it. Otherwise, the rake will run (loudly) until it can no longer move, then return to its start point (loudly) and begin again (loudly).

1-0 out of 5 stars this is JUNK get a LITTER-ROBT that works instead
when i got it i loved it for about 3 days. then it began clogging up and getting disgustingly dirty. NO ONE i've ever met, and i do animal rescue work, has ever kept this and used it. want to get one that really works? go to http://litter-robot.com/ and check out the message board at http://www.litterbox-central.com this was a great resource for me. i was obsessed with fining a solution to the litterbox oder and time it took. litter robot has been a great product for me...for now nearly a year and on the litterbox central forum you can see testimonials from other users who are happy for longer. 3 weeks for this crummy littermaid or a 18mth warrenty and many happy users with the LITTER-ROBOT

4-0 out of 5 stars Love My Littermaid!
I love my Littermaid Litterbox! On the whole, it makes my life a lot easier. Not only am I married with a three year old, but I have two cats, and trying to keep up with a regular cat box was not exactly easy. Now, with the Littermaid, I only have to think about the cat box once a week! Yes, the receptacles are expensive, but it is easy to re-use the ones that I have. The tent is not necessary to use the box. I now have the tent because it does make the box less obvious, but I did not have it when I first bought the Littermaid, and I never had any problems. As for the "Fill Line", it is in bold black print, and very easy to see. I have gone over the limit before, and the Littermaid has still always worked just fine. The box is pretty loud, but the noise only lasts for a few seconds and it helps if you can put it somewhere out of the way. I live in a small 2 bedroom apartment, and it doesn't bother us at all. The pros out-weigh the cons by far on this item. Definitely a time saver for cat owners!

4-0 out of 5 stars Love my Littermaid!
I love my Littermaid Litterbox! On the whole, it makes my life a lot easier. Not only am I married with a three year old, but I have two cats, and trying to keep up with a regular cat box was not exactly easy. Now, with the Littermaid, I only have to think about the cat box once a week! Yes, the receptacles are expensive, but it is easy to re-use the ones that I have. The tent is not necessary to use the box. I now have the tent because it does make the box less obvious, but I did not have it when I first bought the Littermaid, and I never had any problems. As for the "Fill Line", it is in bold black print, and very easy to see. I have gone over the limit before, and the Littermaid has still always worked just fine. The box is pretty loud, but the noise only lasts for a few seconds and it helps if you can put it somewhere out of the way. I live in a small 2 bedroom apartment, and it doesn't bother us at all. The pros out-weigh the cons by far on this item. Definitely a time saver for cat owners! ... Read more


10. LitterMaid LM 600 Self-Cleaning Litterbox

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Asin: B00006IV0M
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Littermaid
Sales Rank: 5965
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Features

  • Measures 24 by 16.8 by 8.8 inches (L x W x H); runs on household current or 8 D batteries
  • Self-cleaning litterbox scoops litter manually
  • Rakes clumped litter into detachable storage tray
  • Automatically turns on 10 minutes after cat leaves
  • Storage tray lines with disposable waste receptacles for easy cleaning

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars DON'T BUY THIS PRODUCT!
The product was good when it first came on the market but recent versions of it are AWFUL AND CHEAPLY MADE!
My first littermaid that I purchased nearly four years ago broke and had to be replaced by the manufacturer. The replacement lasted for 3 years and then broke. I bought another one and after only one month that broke. They replaced it again and after only 3 days IT BROKE. By broke I mean the rake comes off the track when it tries to pick up a clump and the wheels keep running but the rake doesn't move and you have to force it back on the track just for it to come off again.

Even when this item worked, it was only slightly better then a regular box because the rake always got jammed up and gross! Please do not throw away your hard earned money on this product. I beg of you...

1-0 out of 5 stars This isn't the solution you've been looking for.
I don't know what is yet, but I hope to find it myself too. We purchased this litterbox 18 months ago. We have two cats in the house. I spend almost as much time cleaning this device as i would manually sifting litter. The flimsy plastic rake often pushes litter (and worse) into little crevices within the device's drive rails. The recepticles are expensive and, if used correctly, throw litter directly at you when you attempt to remove them from their snap-locks. Often times, we will have to shut the machine off and move the litter into a "friendlier" place for the rake to catch it. Otherwise, the rake will run (loudly) until it can no longer move, then return to its start point (loudly) and begin again (loudly).

1-0 out of 5 stars this is JUNK get a LITTER-ROBT that works instead
when i got it i loved it for about 3 days. then it began clogging up and getting disgustingly dirty. NO ONE i've ever met, and i do animal rescue work, has ever kept this and used it. want to get one that really works? go to http://litter-robot.com/ and check out the message board at http://www.litterbox-central.com this was a great resource for me. i was obsessed with fining a solution to the litterbox oder and time it took. litter robot has been a great product for me...for now nearly a year and on the litterbox central forum you can see testimonials from other users who are happy for longer. 3 weeks for this crummy littermaid or a 18mth warrenty and many happy users with the LITTER-ROBOT

4-0 out of 5 stars Love My Littermaid!
I love my Littermaid Litterbox! On the whole, it makes my life a lot easier. Not only am I married with a three year old, but I have two cats, and trying to keep up with a regular cat box was not exactly easy. Now, with the Littermaid, I only have to think about the cat box once a week! Yes, the receptacles are expensive, but it is easy to re-use the ones that I have. The tent is not necessary to use the box. I now have the tent because it does make the box less obvious, but I did not have it when I first bought the Littermaid, and I never had any problems. As for the "Fill Line", it is in bold black print, and very easy to see. I have gone over the limit before, and the Littermaid has still always worked just fine. The box is pretty loud, but the noise only lasts for a few seconds and it helps if you can put it somewhere out of the way. I live in a small 2 bedroom apartment, and it doesn't bother us at all. The pros out-weigh the cons by far on this item. Definitely a time saver for cat owners!

4-0 out of 5 stars Love my Littermaid!
I love my Littermaid Litterbox! On the whole, it makes my life a lot easier. Not only am I married with a three year old, but I have two cats, and trying to keep up with a regular cat box was not exactly easy. Now, with the Littermaid, I only have to think about the cat box once a week! Yes, the receptacles are expensive, but it is easy to re-use the ones that I have. The tent is not necessary to use the box. I now have the tent because it does make the box less obvious, but I did not have it when I first bought the Littermaid, and I never had any problems. As for the "Fill Line", it is in bold black print, and very easy to see. I have gone over the limit before, and the Littermaid has still always worked just fine. The box is pretty loud, but the noise only lasts for a few seconds and it helps if you can put it somewhere out of the way. I live in a small 2 bedroom apartment, and it doesn't bother us at all. The pros out-weigh the cons by far on this item. Definitely a time saver for cat owners! ... Read more


11. LitterMaid SuperDuck Professional Pet Hair Dryer (1600 Watt)

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Asin: B0002STC9U
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: LitterMaid
Sales Rank: 109480
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Product Description

Sits securely in base for hands-free operation Can also be hand held Tilts up to 45degree for just the right drying angle 1600 watts of drying power 2 speeds and 3 heat settings (Cool, Warm and Hot) Air concentrator for spot drying ESP Electric shock protector ... Read more


12. LitterMaid Mega Self-Cleaning Litter Box

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Asin: B0002STCAE
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: LitterMaid
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Product Description

How It Works... After cat leaves the unit, sensors are triggered, setting the timer for the cleaning cycle. After 10 minutes, cleaning cycle starts and rake moves clumps toward Waste Receptacle. Rake opens Waste Receptacle Cover and deposits clumps before closing cover and returning to home position. Sealed disposable Waste Receptacle with Carbon Filter allows for safe, easy disposal of waste. Contents: LitterMiad Self-Cleaning Litter Box Low-Voltage AC Adapter 12 Disposable Waste Receptacles 4 Odor-Absorbing Carbon Filters Paw Cleaning Ramp Triple-Action Tool Cleaning Brush Quick Start Set-Up Guide Use and Care Book ... Read more


13. LitterMaid Waste Receptacles

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Asin: B0002STCAO
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: LitterMaid
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Product Description

2 piece sealable cover & base Heavy gauge plastic Cover locks to base Eliminates most odors Convenient to install/use Disposable ... Read more


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