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Oz Pet Cat Loo Kit

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The CAT LOO is an EASY 1-2-3 solution that provides your cat with a natural odourless toilet that is easy to maintain and economical to use. When the litter gets wet, the particles break down and fall, or are shaken into the base tray. There is no need to change the litter as fresh litter is added to the top section only when required.
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    • Angel says... My kitty is an indoor only cat, and I went through many litter types to try and find the most economical one that kept the odour down (crystal, clumping.. You name it and I tried it). I was finding that I was spending so much on litter to keep the tray clean. I bit the bullet after reading lots of reviews and bought this to see if it could save me money on litter. While the initial outlay is expensive, and many people make their own ones for a cheaper price, I like the way this is set up- height, depth etc. I did consider making my own one after reading reviews, but glad I bought it because it's just a perfect setup. I have been using it for just under a month now, and I must say I am glad I bought it. I have saved so much money on the actual litter, and probably should clean the bottom tray more often then I do (i only do it every 3rd or 4th day), but highly recommend this if your kitty is an indoor only one and you are finding you are spending way too much on litter.
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    • Carolyn says... The sieve system works very well as the litter breaks down very easily when it's wet. I save on litter by placing newspaper on the bottom tray then placing a plastic bin liner on top (I snip the bottom off the bin liner then flatten it out to fit the tray) I then add another layer of newspaper, then place the sieve tray with the litter on top. The urine goes through the sieve to the newspaper which I just roll up and throw away then replace the paper. I do this daily. You really don't need to add any litter to the bottom tray unless you want to throw the waste onto to your garden. Although the trays are expensive to begin with, I think in the long run it saves you money as you aren't thowing out a complete tray of litter every day once it's soiled.
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    • Max says... I have 3 cats and was looking for an alternative to the crystals. I read the reviews and thought it sounded too good to be true! My cats refuse to use it. It cost me almost $100 and the cats have used it a handful of times and don't like it. I don't think they like the design and it doesn't allow them to dig and cover their business! If only i could get a refund- so disappointing..!!!!
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    • fiona says... I have 2 male cats (10yo & 5yo) and have always used clay clumping litter, in 2 trays. My main problem was the little bits of litter that they would kick out and it would find itself walked all over the house. Due to the cost factor, I just tried the litter first (without the special tray). Just because it was so different to clay I wasn’t sure they would adjust, but they were fine with it so I bought the whole system. It’s fantastic! An expensive outlay, but you do end up saving on the litter in the long run, and it’s a time saver! I have gone from removing clumps 2-3 times a day, to emptying the bottom tray every 2 days. I wouldn’t say its ‘odour free’ but certainly on par with clumping litter. My cats are best buds, so one tray is working well. I would recommend more if your cats don’t get along, or are a bit territorial. Highly recommended!!
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    • Emma says... I purchased this 3 years ago when I first got my ragdoll cat and it has lasted that long without damage, without stains and without pong! The litter is cheap and easy to buy and works far, far better than any other litter we have tried. The large cardboard pieces of the litter are too large for the cat to track around and we very rarely need to pick up anything off the ground. Would recommend.
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    • Tascha says... I have two of these systems for my two cats. My male cat is extremely fussy. The Oz Pet system was suggested as a possible solution for his avoidance of using litter trays. They do not smell and they are very easy to clean. And he uses them happily. I use jumbo litter tray liners and crystal cat litter in the bottom tray to make cleaning extra easy for myself. Using them this way I easily get over a weeks use from each tray. They are slightly bigger than regular trays which is good. Also if your cat kicks litter out while they're using the tray these pellets are very easy to pick up.
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    • Kelly says... I have 4 cats and, 2 cats are on urinary diet so there urine smells, after using the oz-pet, there is no more smell, as I work night shift, it doesn't get emptied as regularly and there is still no smell, love it will recommend it to any one
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    • Ruth says... Having been a cat owner for decades I've tried pretty much every cat litter system and brand available and can say with complete conviction that the Oz Pet Cat Loo system and litter is absolutely the best system ever invented. Easy to clean, no smell and the litter doesn't stick to the tray the way clumping litter does. The litter doesn't track through the house which is another bonus. Costs a bit more to start up but worth every cent.
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    • leah says... Ok, so I have a male cat and he was driving me nuts with his urine smell..it was so strong, didn't matter how often i cleaned his tray.. So I found this and I bought it off the reviews and OMG... The difference was instantaneous for me..tarsharn sound it easy to use and easy for me to care for.. Worth the money and would recommend to anyone who has a cat..
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    • Clare says... I have 1 cat & I empty & clean the bottom tray twice a week. I remove solids regularly. The sieve section of my first kit broke & I purchased another kit . It is useful to have another base to use when washing the soiled one. I make sure there is litter in the bottom tray to absorb the urine which is disposed of twice a week.. I rarely have an odour problem, if there is I will clean the bottom tray a day earlier. I never use liners.
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