Meow do you do? We are your resource for all things cat and all things Litter-Robot: tips and tricks, health and humor, and general feline fun.
Make sure your Litter-Robot stays in tip-top shape by learning how to make simple repairs, even after the warranty ends. You can keep your Litter-Robot functioning like new by troubleshooting to figure out which part you need, purchasing it from our website, and either installing it yourself or sending it in for service.
Detect the early signs of illness in your pet between visits to the vet by learning how to check your cat’s vital signs, including heart rate, respiratory rate, and temperature. Of course, it goes without saying that any cat health check performed at home is no replacement for regular wellness visits.
Learn how your Litter-Robot will effortlessly blend into its surroundings when you pair it with the Litter-Robot 3 Cabinet. The Litter-Robot simply slides under the cabinet, giving you access to the control panel and waste drawer, while providing a functional shelf above the unit.
Learn how to adjust the Litter-Robot 3 Wait Time setting to choose how soon the automatic litter box starts cleaning. Reduce the Wait Time if it is important to minimize odor and/or the time that waste is available to other pets—such as dogs. Extend the Wait Time when using a lower quality clumping litter that needs more time to set up.
Have you ever noticed how hard it is to get that purrfect photo of your cat? For all of the adorable and funny things they do, cats are not the most cooperative photography subjects. You’ll be proud to share the gorgeous glamour shots of your cat when you follow our tips for setting up a feline photo shoot!
Our convenient Litter-Robot 3 troubleshooting guide helps solve common and not-so-common problems with your unit. Try a Fresh Restart to eliminate confounding conditions and identify the problem if there is one. This process will help you communicate the issue to our Customer Service team, so you can get your Litter-Robot working again.
From reactive to proactive, we have compiled a list of tips and tricks to keep your pet safe. From diet dos and don’ts, to vet wills and won’ts; from safeguarding your home to being safe on the road, learn how to keep your cat safe for National Animal Safety and Prevention Month.
From Halloween superstition to adoption troubles, black cats have it a little harder than their lighter companions. “Black cat syndrome” refers to the belief that black cats spend a longer time in shelters waiting for adoption. Learn why these superstitions need to come to an end!
Avoid unfortunate houseplant accidents by learning which plants are safe for your cat and which ones are not. In particular, beware of lilies, foxglove, philodendron, and azalea and rhododendron. If you have questions about a particular plant, consult your veterinarian or the ASPCA’s list of Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants.
The theory behind food puzzles is that housecat life is a formula for kitty tubbiness and intellectual torpor—but puzzles keep cats on the move and strategizing. Find out all about how giving your cat a food puzzle or treat toy can help him or her stay alert, active, and stimulated.
With approximately 2% of the US population suffering from cat allergies, there’s a pretty good chance that you’ll someday host a guest who is allergic to your feline/s. Learn how to keep cat allergies down if your guests are allergic, including the importance of cleaning, filters, and staying on top of the litter box.
It’s important to develop careful strategies in order to maintain peace in a household with two or more cats. Whether you’re thinking about adopting another feline or already have a kitty crowd, understanding how cats see the world will help you prevent mild skirmishes from escalating into all-out war.
One of the most common types of chronic pain in cats is arthritis. Unfortunately, cat owners aren’t as aware of the signs and symptoms of the disease, so they often don’t address it until it’s in its later stages. Learn to recognize the telltale signs of arthritis in cats, such as changes in hygiene, mood, and mobility.
Everyone knows that cats purr when they’re happy, but did you know they also do it when they’re sick or frightened, when they’re giving birth, and even when they’re dying? And not just practicing feline masochists—it’s regular, normal cats, too. Even your cat. Learn more!
If you have a skittish kitty, you know how heart-wrenching it can be; you think you’ve created a safe environment for your cat, but Kitty just won’t come out of her shell. In this helpful Litter-Robot guide, you’ll learn about cat behavior and how to handle a fearful or skittish cat.