Where is a good place to put a litter box?

Table of contents:

  1. Where is a good place to put a litter box?
  2. Can you put a litter-robot on carpet?
  3. Why does my litter robot get stuck?
  4. What does the red light on my litter robot mean?
  5. How do you force a litter robot to cycle?
  6. Why does my litter robot stop mid cycle?
  7. How do you know when to empty the litter-robot?
  8. How much does a litter-robot cost?

Where is a good place to put a litter box?

The Best Places to Put a Litter Box

  • The Bathroom. Usually bright, quiet, and warm, these are places where we do our business, so it makes sense cats will too. ...
  • The Living Room. Often one of the larger rooms in a home, living rooms can be great spots for litter boxes. ...
  • The Laundry Room. ...
  • The Bedroom. ...
  • Get Creative.

Can you put a litter-robot on carpet?

Placing the Litter-Robot on deep carpet may affect the sensitivity of the unit. Do not put anything in the Globe other than clumping cat litter. You can use water and soap to clean the Globe. ... Do not sit on, or place anything on the Litter-Robot.

Why does my litter robot get stuck?

Check for stuck litter, especially if you recently cleaned your unit (leftover moisture may have interacted with the litter). ... Once aligned on the track, check that the litter level inside the Globe is at or below the the raised Fill Line on the black rubber liner when spread flat.

What does the red light on my litter robot mean?

A solid red light on your Litter-Robot control panel means that the cat sensor was activated by your cat entering the globe while the unit was ready for use. The unit is counting down to a clean cycle, depending on your set wait time (3, 7, or 15 minutes).

How do you force a litter robot to cycle?

The globe must be at cat-ready Home position with a solid blue light. With the unit powered ON, unplug the power supply from the base and wait 10 seconds. Plug the unit back in, allow it to complete the start-up cycle, and follow the steps below. Hold the Cycle button for 5 seconds.

Why does my litter robot stop mid cycle?

Have you ever found your Litter-Robot stopped in mid rotation and possibly with the red light blinking? This could be a sign that your cat sensor needs adjustment. If the Cat Sensor is triggered continuously for more than 2 minutes then the red light starts to blink. ...

How do you know when to empty the litter-robot?

  1. Empty the Waste Drawer when indicated by the flashing blue light on the Control Panel. How often you will need to empty the Waste drawer depends on the number and size of your cats. ...
  2. Add litter as needed. Check the litter level once per week or each time you empty the Waste Drawer. ...
  3. Press the Reset button.

How much does a litter-robot cost?

The Litter-Robot is $500. That's a lot for a litter box, but it's only in the midrange of the price scale for a fully automated appliance like a name-brand Roomba.