Wednesday, October 22, 2008

The ultimate pet, with the ultimate problem

I think cats are the ultimate pet.

They are:
-Extremely low maintence
-They will play with you
-Will sleep on your feet
-Have a great look
-And if trained properly will take a bath

My cat isn't really allowed outdoors. He will go sit on the porch occasionally, but generally he prefers his cat nest from IKEA. Because my cat is always inside he requires a litter box. A litter box. Litter boxes are gross. They usually smell bad and the litter tends to get all over the place. I have found some pretty good litter in the past few years, but still, it gets everywhere.

My first preference is to train the cat how to use the toilet, however that seems like a lot of work that the cat won't really want to do. My second preference is to buy a $200-$300 cat litter robot box. But I don't carry that kind of cash. However, I recently found this product and I am considering giving it a go. Does this look like a scam to you?


Jordan said...

Hmmm...that's a good question. My experience with animal waste has been that both #1 and #2 stink whether they are combined or not.

I don't know, Sarah-Ahsley. How much does this thing cost?

Sarah-Ashley said...

This is only $40, and it promises odor control and cat litter that isn't everywhere.

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Bridger W. said...

This actually looks like a really great idea. Having a cat take a total dump in your home has never looked easier or breezier. I say buy it just to support the commercial's promotion of newspaper-reading kitties.

Craig Barlow B. said...

I am sure this can be no worse than a normal litter box. I am sure this can be no worse than a casserole made inside a litter box to resemble the activities of a litter box.

Melissa said...

That advertisement worked for me. I'd say it's worth a shot.

KO and SJ said...

i want one and I don't even have a cat.

John and Erin said...

I don't buy it