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No-scoop cat litter box

Forget the scoop. Clean the litterbox with Plant trays
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Ever get those plant trays with diagonal holes in the bottom?

Just pour out the litterbox onto one of those (you can save whats left for whatever suits you fancy) and whatever falls thru is CLEAN cat litter. Try it. You'll need a 2nd litterbox tray but its worth it. No more scooping.

blainez, Mar 05 2002

Self-explanatory idea names http://www.halfbake...tory_20idea_20names
Something this is not [reensure, Mar 05 2002]

(?) Sifting Litter Box http://www.lockepet.com/itm00894.htm
Do some google checking before posting ideas that exist, please. [waugsqueke, Mar 05 2002]

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       I'll say it's baked. What blainez describes is commonly known as a sieve.
pottedstu, Mar 05 2002
  

       <childhood flashes> Dad ran the (electric) clothes dryer vent pipe through our dog's outdoor house. Believe: when he saw the steam coming through he'd beeline inside.</childhood flashes>
reensure, Mar 05 2002
  

       I'm in favo(u)r of account deletion for repeated category abusers. He's clearly ignoring the messages.   

       blainez, 'sifting' litter boxes that work exactly like this have long existed, so this is baked. They're a pain to use, if you ask me. Much simpler to scoop.   

       [po: that may be so, but at the very least he could acknowledge that he doesn't know how. From here it looks as though he's just pressing on with a 'to hell with it' attitude.]
waugsqueke, Mar 05 2002
  

       waugs - to give benefit of the doubt perhaps he needs instructions in how to do this!?
po, Mar 05 2002
  

       [admin: recategorized to |home: pet waste|]
bristolz, Mar 05 2002
  

       Maybe I'm just late to the game, but what do greenhouse, petwarming, and plants have to do with sieving kitty litter?
quarterbaker, Mar 05 2002
  

       I have 4 cats, and decided to try the sieving litter box in an attempt to make life easier on myself. Even with the most expensive clumping brands, the wet litter gets stuck in between the narrow slats and clogs it up. My next plan is to put one of the automatic scooper boxes on layaway and give it a try. I know people who still dump the whole box in the trash and don't deal with scooping at all. Any other ideas?
pinkphlair, Feb 11 2004
  
      
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