Good point! Obviously, if for some reason there is a little clump of litter with pee in it (or, poop, for that matter) dragged outside the box, I pick that up as it happens - certainly before I would vacuum that area.Yeah I don’t think any of that should be an issue unless you’re vacuuming up big puddles of cat pee regularly
I bought that exact vacuum about 3-4 years ago. I love it. Well worth’s investment. Has made life a lot easy.For litter that is tracked on the carpet I have always used a regular vacuum with no problem and it's laster for years - both cat and dog shedding as well as litter. For the bathroom floor where we keep the litter box I've found this handheld vacuum to be exceptional:
I bought my Animal Dyson many years ago and it's still going strong, wish they made a cordless one back then.I invested in a cordless Dyson. It's pricey, but the suction is great for having pets and it's cordless so it's easy to just grab quickly and clean up litter/fur.