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Now a Robot Helps Cat Owners Manage the Litter Box

siliconreview Now a Robot Helps Cat Owners Manage the Litter Box

A new pet gadget is here to make the cat owners life easier. Litter Robot Open Air III is a futuristic looking device that can easily be mistaken for an alien spacecraft; it costs around $500 and can be regarded as a sigh of relief to a lot of pet owners.

Without any research it can be concluded that no pet owner likes the part where he or she has to clean up after the pet does it’s “dirty work”. It’s time consuming and to be very blunt, not a very pleasant errand to take up after a hard day’s work.

Luckily now, for pet owners there’s a savior, this robot works on a similar principle to the “Smartsift”, another smart litter box, both litter boxes are designed to be used with a clumping cat litter, and both have a waste tray underneath that collects the clumps, filtering it out from the good litter.

The Litter Robot is equipped with a sensor and an automatic timer, seven minutes after the cat has used the box, it'll begin its cycle and filters out the waste. The robot is connected to Wi-Fi sends reports to your phone via an app about things like how full the drawer is and when the cat is using the box in real time. The Litter Robot can even notify you when the waste drawer needs to be emptied.

The Litter Robot Open Air III costs $500. A model without Wi-Fi is also available for $450.