Reddit Reddit reviews Omega Paw Self-Cleaning Litter Box, Pewter

We found 43 Reddit comments about Omega Paw Self-Cleaning Litter Box, Pewter. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Boxes
Omega Paw Self-Cleaning Litter Box, Pewter
Self CleaningEasy to useTakes no electricity, liners or filtersPatented Grill separates clean litter from wasteEasy Assembly.Please refer user manual attached below for instructions and troubleshooting steps.Large litter box self cleans by rolling to the right and back againWaste collects in the pullout tray for quick, easy disposalEffectively controls dust and contains odorsIdeal for big cats or multiple-cat householdsShips in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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43 Reddit comments about Omega Paw Self-Cleaning Litter Box, Pewter:

u/bunnysoup · 8 pointsr/Wishlist

I was determined this weekend to find a better litter box solution, and I have the satisfaction of having done so. It's magical. I recommended it yesterday but I feel so strongly about it I'm doing it again. This is the litter box in question.

They should pay me to advertise, because I am passionate about this product.

I think I get a half day tomorrow as compensation for staying late last week. Fuck yeah.

u/flyingbarmitzvah · 6 pointsr/ShitRedditSays

Cats are like people. There's always the RISK you won't get along. But if you treat them with respect they will generally eventually warm up to you. It's all about trust. It may take a while but one day you'll wake up and they'll be purring on your chest and you'll be like "what the fuck changed".

If you want to try cat ownership without the risk of getting stuck with a bad roommate, try fostering one. If you guys turn out to be compatible, adopt the little bugger!

Edit: Additionally, litter boxes are probably the biggest downside of cat ownership, but this litter box I've found is an engineering marvel that has made dealing with stinky kitty poopies super easy.

u/mal9000 · 5 pointsr/lifehacks

I like that idea, though, for me, I dreaded cleaning the box, tried automatic ones, which sucked, and then found the Omega Paw worked flawlessly, cleaned the box daily, great box for the lazy. I did have to periodically have to take it apart and hose it out...

u/wpk1990 · 5 pointsr/BabyBumps

We got a litter box that you literally flip over and empty the clumps. No scooping required!! I think it's this one

u/Deaths_Desire · 3 pointsr/raisedbynarcissists

I'm sorry for the dad comment. That was really not my place even though that bothers me because my cats are the only thing in my house to keep me sane from nMom.

Here's the link. Sorry, it was cheaper in December ):

u/draxcat · 3 pointsr/knitting

Over the weekend, my bf and I drove to a huge hunting and fishing store (Cabela's) to try on chest waders for our fishing trip with my dad later this month. The bf was able to find some that fit, but the entire store did not contain a single small chest wader for me to try on. The mediums were much too big, but I really wanted to at least try on a small to make sure it was the size for me. :(

Got my cat a new litter box. It doesn't seem to be living up to the glowing reviews at the moment, but maybe I'm doing it wrong or put it together wrong or something.

At least I got the KAL hydra mitts cast on and going strong this weekend.

u/Lereas · 3 pointsr/cats

Almost everything has been covered, but may I suggest this litter box?

At first, I had one of those boxes where it has the mesh segment that you lift up to sift, but then you have to pour all the litter into the other tray and stuff. It's a mess. It's one of the reasons I had never really wanted a cat to begin with until my wife brought home our two little furballs; I hated scooping litter.

I got this one and it's fucking genius. All you do is flip it over and all of the poop and clumps are in the little pull out drawer. It's goddamn magical.

u/autieab · 3 pointsr/ABDL

If the item comes in a marked box, Amazon tell you. I just bought this tonight:

See where it says "This item's packaging will indicate what is inside. To cover it, select Ship in Amazon box on the checkout page"?

There's an option during checkout to have the marked box put inside a plain box:

So there you go, no worries needed. Selecting that option doesn't add to the cost (I tried it, for science)

This will probably only apply to "sold by and shipped from Amazon" and "fulfilled by Amazon" items FWIW.

u/tehpsyc · 3 pointsr/oddlysatisfying
u/carissalf · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I have heard nothing but amazing reviews about this litter box.

Also, have you ever tried litter deodorizers? I have six cats, and six litter boxes, but you can't smell anything. I clean them constantly and use the scented powders. (The Arm & Hammer Advanced is the best in my opinion.)

u/emperorko · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Buy this. It is the best thing to ever happen to cat owners.

u/andersleet · 2 pointsr/funny

Get one of these coupled with one of these. Literally takes me less than 30 seconds to clean my litter box(es).

u/dontcryferguson · 2 pointsr/cats

This is the one I'm referring to to avoid.. Good luck in your search!

u/SoullessGingerCat · 2 pointsr/cats

I have a covered box you just roll over to scoop. It's great, and it won't break like the automatic boxes.

u/Marksman79 · 2 pointsr/shittyrobots

For everyone who says it is too expensive, here is the litter box I use which has the same sifting and turning process for $40, the only difference is that you turn it yourself instead of having a motor turn it for you. The litter all sifts into a long scooper for you to toss out.

u/biscotti_monster · 2 pointsr/ttcafterloss

My husband took over the job but he bought this litter box from amazon and we love it! It has a filter inside so all you do is roll it to the right and the clean litter sifts through the filter while the clumps collect in that scoop thingy. Then you just take the scoop out and trash it and that's it. No contact with anything.

u/Laoracc · 2 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

For those of you, like me, struggling with cleaning litter, this catbox changed my whole experience.

Just roll it upside down, pat the bottom (now top) of the box, bring rightside-up, and all the litter has been collected in the scoop to dispose of. Bam.

u/DrunkBotanist · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I think this is what we had, actually. Worked pretty well.

u/jonathonbarton · 1 pointr/GoRVing

We had the cats out with us on our weekend adventure last month.

They yowled and bitched while we were underway, but were completely used to it by the end of the trip.

We use this litterbox at home.
It works like this...

u/ichigogo · 1 pointr/Pets

Start out with a normal litter box, definitely. That storage box is way too high. If after she adjusts to the normal box, try something like this, which may or may not work out for your cat.

Cats in general like to see around when they're doing their business. They also like to have/need to have an escape route.

Try meeting your kitties needs and she should be much happier :)

Also I'm slightly worried about the two animals sharing a box. "A disease seen in ferrets called Ferret-FIP that is similar to Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) The virus that causes this disease is found in many cats and normally only occasionally causes a transient diarrhea. The virus is carried in the cats saliva and feces. The virus does not seem to be as infectious as was first thought and will not survive long outside the host, is killed with disinfection agents."

u/Bladelink · 1 pointr/aww

For anyone looking to make their life way easier with the litter box business, get one of these. It's motherfucking magical. I've barely scooped that thing in the year since I got it.

u/Fantismal · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I got an Omega Paws litter box for my cat. I had my doubts that it would work, but cleaning the litter is now actually my favorite chore and I wish I could do it more than once a day (but she doesn't use it enough).

Cleaning up squished garbage bags, though, can't help you with that. That is yuck.

u/HangInThereBaby · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I'm planning to adopt my mom's cat as a second addition to my feline family soon, so this would be very helpful.
Good luck, and stay safe!

u/GahWtf1336 · 1 pointr/AskMen

Omega Paw Self-Cleaning Litter Box, Pewter

Sorry for no link but this works really well for me. No more scooping!

u/Brook5861 · 1 pointr/FortWorth

Exactly right on both points. It seems like overkill, but 1 box/cat is totally worth it to avoid issues.

Get a couple of these. Takes 10 seconds to clean out a day's worth.

u/RedditorsareReRe · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

>Note that we only accept orders from Canada. If you want to have your order delivered to Yukon,
North-West Territories, Nunavut or Nunavik, please contact us to make delivery arrangements.

I use this which is pretty fuckin' sweet (and way cheaper).

u/TypewriterKey · 1 pointr/AskReddit

I have one of these:

It's really easy to clean once a day. Next to the litter box is a litter genie that I dump it into.

Use clumping litter and every couple 'cleans' toss a bit of baking soda in the litter and mix it up. Keeps it from getting too funky. Remember to completely replace the litter every few weeks as well instead of just adding new stuff to replace the old.

u/starbird123 · 1 pointr/shittyrobots

I bought one of these and it broke so fucking quickly. Even when it did work, half the shit missed the tray it self-scooped into and just fell onto the floor. Extremely regrettable purchase.
I have 5 cats and this is the litter box that I personally use. This isn’t an ad or anything (lol) but I really love this box so I tell everyone about it! It’s not completely self-cleaning (its not a robot, you have to roll the box onto its side and the clumps fall into a drawer) but you don’t have to do any scooping either. I recommend them to everyone, I bought 4 myself.

u/verdegrrl · 1 pointr/russianblue


We found this litter box to be very useful. Our guy has been an only cat most of his life and he likes it that way. I work from home so could interact with him a lot during the day. A second cat may help if you aren't going to be there a lot of the time. Ours had his rambunctious moments when young (lost count of unrolled toilet paper rolls), but since they are pretty sensitive it seems fairly easy to train them (I'm on my 3rd 'Blue) if you are consistent. Get the sticky paws tape early on so he doesn't pick up furniture shredding habits. I used the same tape on countertops when we went away and he learned to stay off kitchen surfaces quickly. We've never fed him "people" food so he has no interest in sampling stuff he shouldn't be eating anyways. I do regret not leash training him.

u/kate_L019 · 1 pointr/petsitting

The box looks like this :

I don't know how to clean something like that lol it looks so complicated with so many nooks and crannies inside to sift the sand. I'll try wiping it down.

The client lives in a condo, so it's a relatively small place. Good idea about the extra pair of footwear. I commute, but I can bring over some flip flops that I can leave outside the door.

u/runaround66 · 1 pointr/LifeProTips

I use these because then I don't have to worry about a motor burning out or the motor freaking out the cats.

u/Nerobus · 1 pointr/AdviceAnimals

I highly suggest this. Holly shit this thing is a lifesaver. Worth every penny.

As for fur, dogs shed too, but it helps with both species if you brush them daily... get the fur onto a brush rather then all over the house. I use this thing works pretty good, but I'm betting there are other ones on the market that work better.

Hope this helps!

u/albiet · 1 pointr/Pets
u/luxurysedan3030 · 1 pointr/aww

Since it looks young, you can get pet insurance really cheap (we use Nationwide) and they can help with the cost of shots and all that stuff. Basic coverage is like $17 a month or something.

Also, another person mentioned scooping the litter box every day, and I recommend that as well. Or you can get this awesome litter box in the Amazon link below and all you have to do is roll it over slowly and all the clumps fall into a bin. Roll the thing back over and empty the bin and you're done. No scooping for poop. Oh and don't waste your money on a litter genie. Get a Tidy Cats 35lb litter pail, and when it's empty, just put the poo in there. Congrats, saved you money.

Omega Paw Self-Cleaning Litter Box, Pewter

u/zumawizard · 1 pointr/funny

She has this it's not too small. Cats are weird
Omega Paw Self-Cleaning Litter Box, Pewter

u/Theupixf · 1 pointr/breakingmom

To be fair there isn't a screen between her and the waiting room.. her desk is off to one side. She did start out nice about Al being loud, but her expectations of little kids is too high. She did say nice things at first, and then proceeded to get worse about it. She did say "aren't you going to do something?" And huffed whenever Al climbed on top of the chair and I was holding Levi..... I wanted to snap at her, but I refrained because I really like my dentist.

We've been thinking about getting something closer to this ( ) for the litter box because of space... I dunno. She only does this with fresh litter. It could be month old nasty litter and she won't do it... the clear storage box would be cheaper but we have no wear for it to go.

u/BarkingLeopard · 1 pointr/childfree

So long as your cat is not too big (say, ~12ish lbs or lighter), you want this box. Get the large size, as the litter box's biggest flaw is that it the usable inside area is a little small.

There is a reason that this is the #1 selling litter box on Amazon. Roll it over 180 degrees, roll it back, pull out a drawer, dump the drawer into the trash, replace the drawer, and you're done. No scooping, ever.

u/therollingtroll · 1 pointr/videos
u/mishugashu · 0 pointsr/videos

Is it this?