Pre-filled with lavender crystal cat litter, the disposable PetSafe® ScoopFree® Lavender Crystal Cat Litter Tray works with PetSafe® ScoopFree® Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Boxes. Just load the tray in the cat litter box with no scooping, cleaning or refilling for weeks! The crystal cat litter absorbs urine and dries solid waste quickly to remove odors. With the completely disposable tray and covered waste trap, you never see or touch smelly waste! Every few weeks simply replace the cat litter tray and your ScoopFree® Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Box is just like new. PetSafe® brand is here to help you and your pet live happy together™.
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- Unbeatable Odor Control – Crystal cat litter absorbs urine and dehydrates solid waste to remove odors; covered trap locks away solid waste and odor so you never have to touch or see smelly waste
- Less Mess – Low-tracking crystals don’t stick to your cat’s feet and are 99% dust-free
- Leak Protection – Plastic tray lining creates a powerful extra barrier to help protect against leakage
- Easy, Convenient Cleanup – No scooping required; simply remove the disposable litter tray and throw it away
How It Works
The crystals work to absorb moisture and odors and start dehydrating solid waste.
Tips for Maximizing the Life of Your Crystal Litter Trays
- Place the ScoopFree litter box away from areas of high humidity, such as bathrooms, showers, and basements. Since the crystal litter controls odor by absorbing moisture, having extra moisture in the air will shorten the life of the tray. Try placing it in a room with moving air to pull away moisture, like a room with a fan.
- If your cat consistently urinates in the same spot, try stirring the crystals occasionally to help distribute saturated crystals.
- Cats with diets that are high in crude fiber and ash content will produce more solid waste, which can prematurely fill the waste trap. Consider changing your cat’s diet to a food with no byproducts or fillers.
Pregnant women, babies, small children and immune-deficient individuals should avoid contact with cat litter waste. Cat’s waste may contain toxoplasmosis bacteria that can be harmful to these individuals.