How the Self-Cleaning Litter-Robot Works
The Litter-Robot knows when your cat is inside the unit and when it's time to clean up. Once your cat exits, a seven-minute timer counts down, allowing litter to clump before a cleaning cycle begins. As the globe slowly rotates, the patented litter-sifting system collects waste and deposits it into a carbon-filtered drawer. The globe returns to the home position, leaving a clean, level bed of litter for the next use. Empty the waste drawer when indicated and add litter as needed. It's that simple!
The Litter Box Reimagined
The Litter-Robot's automatic movement relies on the Cat Sensor, a weight-sensitive switch that detects when your cat enters or exits the unit. At any time, when weight greater than 5 lbs. is detected within the globe, the globe will not move, or if the globe is already moving, it will stop. You can stop a cleaning cycle by pressing any of the three buttons. To abort the cleaning cycle and return the globe to the home position, press Empty or Reset (after the globe has been stopped by pressing any of the three buttons).
We recommend emptying the waste drawer once per week for a single cat household, and more often if you have multiple cats. You can use kitchen garbage bags, large grocery bags, or Litter-Robot custom-fit, biodegradable Waste Drawer Liners for easy waste disposal. Simply gather the old bag, replace it with a new one, and press the edges into the tabs on the waste drawer. Cleaning your cat's litter box is as easy as emptying the garbage!
Add any clumping litter to the globe at least once per week to replace soiled litter lost during sifting.