When I first heard of the Litter Genie Cat Litter Disposal Odor Free Pail System, I joked that I would need to have a shower so I can get one.
But while at first glance it may seem silly, but it actually makes a lot of sense.
This insert goes inside the unit.
Now, I know what you're thinking: why is a dog blogger talking about something for a cat?
Well you can litter train dogs. Animal Planet has a how-to page on training your small dog to use the litter box. And, there are companies that sell dog litter boxes and even litter for dogs.
But, suppose the litter box is for the cat. I don't know about you, but one of the most disgusting things my dog does is... hunt... for buried treasure... in the cat box, if you know what I mean. So here's one way of getting the poop out of Lulu's way.
I suppose you could just scoop the poop up and put it in a plastic bag. And I suppose you could flush it down the toilet too.
Except, Galadriel doesn't like scoopable litter, and you shouldn't flush the other stuff down the toilet. Using the Litter Genie, we can also use fewer bags to hold the poop. Better for the environmennt. One refill lasts two months if you have one cat.
- Keeps poop away from tempted pups
- Holds scoopable and non-scoopable litter
- Uses fewer bags
- Doesn't weigh much, so could easily be knocked over
- The refills cost around $8