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Omega Paw Self-Cleaning Litter Box

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  • The Roll Away Self Cleaning Litter Box cleans in just secounds without scooping. Inside the litter box there is a unique patented grill that seperates out the clumped waste, depositing it into the pullout tray. The Large Litter Box is great for big cats or for multiple cat households.
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    <B>Warranty Description:</B> 1 Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty
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    Omega Paw Self-Cleaning Litter Box, Green and Beige
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    Item Height:
    20 inches
    Item Length:
    18 inches
    Item Weight:
    5.29 pounds
    Item Width:
    18 inches
    Package Height:
    9.53 inches
    Package Length:
    20.08 inches
    Package Weight:
    5.29 pounds
    Package Width:
    18.31 inches
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  1. Kat0121
    I have one too and it will be the next box that I replace. I liked it OK at first but I noticed that I was losing a lot of clean litter in the rolling process. It would end up in the tray and getting dumped. I was using World's Best litter at the time which I no longer use- that may have been the reason, I don't know. I use this box as a standard LB now and just scoop it just like the others. 
  2. SeventhHeaven
    Littermaid box automatic -100.00 problem solved and not to big. 
  3. segelkatt
    I had one of those about 15 years ago and it as probably the best thing on the market then. I found the drawer to be too small and it took a lot of space to roll it. I thought at the time it should be mounted on some kind of track and a handle that one should crank so it would roll in place which I think was also done. But by then I had discovered the Litter Robot and have been stuck on that since then. However, it is expensive and the Omega Paw is much more affordable. But it is a bit messy, always had to sweep after rolling it.
  4. segelkatt
    I had one of those about 15 years ago and found it to be the best one available at the time. I rolled it every day and disposed of the litter. My big cats (10 lbs +) fit just fine and I did not find much litter on the floor either. Maybe the box was made better at the time, tighter fit etc. We've all noticed that some things have gotten worse over time although others have gotten better. The only fault I found at the time was the space needed to roll it. Eventually I did not have cats for a few years and I gave that one away. I noticed there is now one available that is on rollers and maybe electric, if it is nice and tight it would be an improvement.
  5. red top rescue
    A friend of mine had one and got rid of it for the same reason.  It's much easier to scoop a normal box than to roll that one and have the litter get all over it.  I think it's basically made for people who have a phobia aout scooping litter, and there are better boxes for them too.
  6. introuble
    I was having the same problem, and I solved it by taking the entire thing apart, cleaning it, and reassembling it.  There are two reasons this works: 

    1) The screen comes out of the brackets in the bottom sometimes and allows litter to get into the drawer. 
    2) The litter accumulates in the little grooves between the top and the bottom of the unit, keeping it from sealing tight and skewing the unit, which can cause the screen to come out of its brackets and/or littler to leak onto the floor.
    3) Sometimes, it appears that the locks are locked, but they aren't, so when the unit is rolled, it skews and makes the screen come out of its brackets. 
    Four cats and three years on, I still love my Omega Paw!
  7. segelkatt
    I had one of these 10 or more years ago, it worked quite well but needed a lot of room to turn it. I thought at the time that if it was on rollers and totally round it would be easier to turn and take less room. Just snooping on the Internet recently I found just such a litter box, called Litter Spinner". Either one, the Omega Paw or the Litter Spinner, are a lot less work and mess than one that you have to scoop. ( I have an automatic litter box that never, ever jams, expensive but worth it, so I don't need these. I don't think this is the place to advertise the litter box I have. )
  8. warren taylor
    Good information on the Litter Robot, looked at it when we were evaluating options, and it looked like it would be effective and reliable. Nice to know that is true! It is pricey, but if I were looking for an automatic one it would be number one on my list. Rather spend more for this one than save money with one that does not work well and is unreliable.
    But for the price, it is hard to beat the Omega Paws!
  9. segelkatt
    I had one years ago and I agree, it works very well. It does take up a bit of room as you need room to roll it and I also found that it leaks a little litter when you roll it but no more than the litter tracked out by the cat itself.
    I too had a littermaid and it was constantly jamming and cleaning it then was really nasty. I now have a Litter Robot, my 19 lb cat fits and it has NEVER jammed in 7 years. It works on the same principle as the Omega Paw. But it is expensive.  
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