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Litter-Robot Open Air Feature: 8 Hour Sleep Mode
Eight Hour Sleep Mode allows you to deactivate the Cat Sensor for 8 hours, so the unit will not cycle automatically. This mode is useful for units located in bedrooms or areas where you may not want any disturbance for a period of 8 hours. The 8-hour period is repeated every 24 hours and starts at
How to Set Up the Purr-fect Feline Photo Shoot
Guest post by Kristen Levine   Kristen Levine Pet Living is the place for stories, science & advice for living happier and healthier with pets.   Do you carry a picture of your cat in your wallet or on your cell phone? According to one survey, 37% of cat parents do. Chances are, even if
National Cat Day: The Perfect Chance to Celebrate Your Cat
  Guest Post by VK Jocums   National Cat Day, celebrated across the US on October 29th, is almost here. Founded in 2005 by Colleen Paige, it is the perfect day to raise awareness about the benefits and responsibilities of caring for...
Litter-Robot Open Air Troubleshooting
If you’ve been troubleshooting issues with your Litter-Robot Open Air to no avail, try this 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. Litter-Robot Open Air Fresh Restart It is important that you
National Animal Safety and Prevention Month
October is National Animal Safety and Prevention Month, a time to brush up on best practices to keep your pet healthy and safe. 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
It’s Tough to Be a Black Cat
Guest post by Kristen Levine Kristen Levine Pet Living is the place for stories, science & advice for living happier and healthier with pets.   Fall is in the air. For many cat parents this means cool, crisp weather, yummy treats like apple cider, and, in many parts of the country, breathtaking fall foliage. As
How to Help your Neighborhood’s Feral Felines
Caring for feral cat colonies takes a village. Here are some tips for keeping your neighborhood cats safe.   By Julie Falconer Read the full article at The Humane Society of the United States   Beth McNulty was used to seeing the occasional...
It’s a Jungle Out There! What Plants Are Safe for Your Cat?
It’s not uncommon for cat lovers to be plant lovers as well. Whether you have extensive outdoor gardens or simply have some potted plants indoors (or an extensive collection of indoor plants, like me), it’s vital that every cat owner know the...
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