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PetSafe ScoopFree Original Self-Cleaning Litter Box I have this litter box for my indoor cat and it has been very useful! because using the normal litter box is a pain, having to keep cleaning it so often it can get out of control when you are busy so I brought this which is over £100. You get a cartridge which is a disposable litter tray and you put the machine over the top of it, when the cat does a wee the crystals soak it up and it does not smell for weeks. The poo gets pushed along by the rake into a compartment where its stored so it doesn't smell. The Litter box has a sensor so it knows when the cat is in the tray and when it leaves, you can set a timer on the tray as to when the rake will begin to clean. I have the version with the hood to give my cat privacy. You get a cartridge free and they last for nearly a month, when your finished with it all you do is lift off the machine from the tray (cartridge) and put the lid on it and put it in the bin. The only cleaning you may have to do is clean the rake and sometimes the edges. The cartridges are not cheap they cost around £20 each but when you think about the time it saves and the hassle of cleaning a normal litter tray it was worth it for me. There are other self cleaning devices but this is the one I have used, the others look interesting too, one I saw washes the litter with water but is very expensive. https://www.amazon.co.uk/PetSafe-ScoopFree-Original-Self-Cleaning-Litter/dp/B00L4CBA8Y/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1507196809&sr=8-1&keywords=automatic+cat+litter