Automatic dustbin

1. The Convenience of Automatic Litter Boxes
For cat owners who do not have time to clean the litter, self-cleaning or automatic litter boxes are a good option. There are many different types of self-cleaning litter boxes to choose from. Although they do have differences, they also have some similarities.

Waste, Sensors, and Self-Cleaning
Most self-cleaning litter boxes have a rake that moves through the litter and sifts out and removes the waste from the litter. The waste is usually placed in some kind of container at one end of the litter box. The container is then closed to contain the odor until the waste is removed.

12. self cleaning no mess, no dirty hands

On most self-cleaning litter boxes, you will also likely find a sensor that is triggered when the cat enters and exits. The sensor usually sets a timer so that the rake goes through the litter at a specific time after the cat leaves. However, don't worry, most self-cleaning litter have a fail-safe device that prevents the rake from moving when a cat is in the box, regardless of whether another cat just left the box.

2. How to choose the right type of cat litter box?
It is important to read the instructions that come with the product. For example, some devices do require a specific type of litter, so make sure to use the type that is specified for product you have purchased. If you don’t follow the directions, it may cause the automatic cleaning cycle to not function properly.

There may also be instructions on how much to use in the box. Again, follow the instructions for the product you are using. Using the self-cleaning litter box as directed will help ensure that it continues to work well for you.

8.Extra large self-cleaning cat litter box

3. How to acclimate your cat to a self-cleaning litter capsule?
The boxes/capsules are powered by electricity. Some are battery-powered, some are plug-ins. And there are versions that offer both options. Because it as a motor that is responsible for pulling the rake through the litter and cleaning the box, there can be a noticeable sound when in cleaning cycle. This can make some cats feel uneasy, and it may take some time and patience to acclimatize your cat. In very rare cases, a cat may refuse to use the machine altogether.

Just like with a regular litter box, it is important to choose a size that is big enough. Whether or not to buy a type with a lid is another choice. A lidless litter box may be preferable to some cats.


To make your cat get used to an automatic litter box, you can put a small amount of waste (i.e feces and/or urine) in that you have taken from the cat’s old toilet and place into the new one. This may encourage your cat to use the new product. If your cat is easily startled, it may be best to turn off the power for a day or two until your cat starts to regularly enter and use the box. Once your cat is comfortable, you can turn on the power and let the unit cycle through its cleaning process while you observe your cat's reaction.

Post time: Jan-30-2023