Cat persons are probably wiping their foreheads in relief while reading these lines and finding out that Jerry Horanoff has invented the clog-free litter box. Yes, the invention is out there and it is called the LitterLoo. It is actually an unenclosed, automated litter box for your cat(s) to use as much as they want. You can find it via The United States Patent and Trademark Office as patent number 7,647,889, which is actually my cat's lucky number.
“Raking litter boxes are very popular because they’re unenclosed, which cats prefer,” said inventor Jerry Horanoff. “By far, a sifting litter box is the best design to prevent clogging, but effective designs are enclosed, which cats tend not to like. What I’ve done is create a practical design that is unenclosed, and filters litter by sifting instead of raking. Cats love the open design, and it simply won’t clog.”
No more stress
for the kittens that had to use an enclosed litter box until now because of their lazy owners. You can be assured that they will be less scratchy, less picky and even more playful because of the LitterLoo's revolutionary design. You know the saying about curiosity?
Well, I am going to tell you how this invention works anyway. The littering area rotates as it sifts the litter, about ten minutes after the cat has left. Waste is sifted with a screen in the waste receptacle underneath the litter area. No more funny odors
in your house because of your cat's eating habits thanks to the sealed-off waste receptacle. The inventor says it is perfectly sealed, so there will be no smelly business going on.
So, we are witnessing the birth of the first 100% effective litter box. Pretty amazing times, especially for lazy cat owners. Of course, if you are one of those hardcore cat lovers and own like 20 of them, the LitterLoo will make your life a little bit easier. You just have to convince all cats to use it.
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