I despise cleaning the cat box. After we got the cat my infant swore that he would look after your cat and scoop the kitty litter box. But you know how that goes. He never did end up care for the kitty. I looked after the cat. After which he came home with another cat. I then had been taking care of 2 cats. Eventually after the cat came and I decided I would splurge on a few of those self-cleaning litterboxes therefore I wouldn't have to scoop cat poles anymore. Well I spent $200 on a high quality of the lineup self-cleaning cat litterbox to the cats and that is what occurred:
When I brought the box home and set up it I abandoned the litterboxes the way in which that they were in case the cats didn't desire to utilize the newest litterbox because I didn't need them moving on to the floor. One cat cautiously entered the self-cleaning litterbox during the front entrance. The litterbox started cleaning up after him while he was still going. He was horrified from the noise that the cleanup mechanism left even though it said it was a quiet mechanism. So he jumped from the package, still pooping, and ran down the whole upstairs hall trailing poop. I had been convinced that I only had wasted $200 and made more work for myself.
After I spend a hour cleaning up the hall way and then massaging the carpets I visited check the litterbox again. Cat number two jumped in the box and used it. Once again the noise started however, this kitty was not amazed by the sound. Cat number-two sauntered outside from the box with no care in the whole world and also the box clicked into lifetime and raked through the box cleaning out it.
Within the next two days I kept a close watch on all the boxes. I never saw cat number three use the self cleaning box. Not once. Cat number two took to it straight off and it has used it together with no issues from the time. Cat number one sometimes uses it but still prefers the regular boxes with regular scooping litter. So I spent $200 on a spare clutter box which just 1 cat uses and that I still have to scoop litter boxes out daily.
In the end I think that pets, like kids, just aren't predictable and their personalities and experiences will ascertain whether they enjoy what they are supposed to like or not. I don't understand why just one among my cats uses the self cleaning box that I paid a lot of money for. But hopefully the other two will figure out how to make use of it . I won't eliminate it because I'm stubborn and I am not planning to throw off that type of dollars. But if I needed it to do over again I definitely would have purchased a more affordable self cleaning box or just stuck for the typical boxes with routine clumping litter.