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Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by gskinner123, Jul 30, 2020.


  1. gskinner123

    gskinner123 PetForums VIP

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    Has or does anyone use a Litter Locker or Litter Champ please?

    I would be very grateful to hear your thoughts, whether they really do contain smells and if the replacement bags are prohibitively costly.

    I'm thinking about getting one for my upstairs kitten room just to save my dodgy knees, up and down stairs quite so frequently. So it would just be for a few trays - otherwise I scoop, bag and dispose of litter in the normal way.

    Many thanks
     
  2. chillminx

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    I have one and find it great. There are no smells and it holds quite a lot. I don't use the cartridges any more but thread a bin liner through an empty cassette case. It works well for me. With the two girls I only need to empty it once a week but every couple of days when I have kittens. I use clumping litter so it's wee clumps and poo that go in. It would have to be emptied more frequently with non clumping litter.
     
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    gskinner123 PetForums VIP

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    Thank you both! Just what I was hoping to hear.
     
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  5. Jumpman1

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    Definately a fan of litter locker (fashion) too, clumps and poo go in and it contains smell well. Went a week and a half without emptying with a single kitten, first empty was a bit of a flaff but no big deal. I did a better job of distending the bag this time and expect to last 2 weeks. 20 odd quid is a bargain for the daily convenience. I probably wont buy refills.
     
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    Yes litter locker really does contain the smell.
     
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