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Would You Use a LitterLocker to Discard the Poops?

Those with picky kitties will confirm: it's extra important to keep the litterbox clean and also key to tell what you're scooping so you don't miss a spot. But let's just say it's better seen and not smelled. Yuck.

Now dumping the clumps in the trash works just fine for out-of-sight, out-of-mind but maybe not out-of-nose. If you'd rather keep that mess out of your kitchen altogether, check out the LitterLocker ($30). To use, empty the scoop and turn the handle to seal stinky poo away inside a 3-layer plastic bag for extra protection. Refill bag rolls are $9 for a two-month supply, is this too pricey for you?

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amybdk amybdk 7 years
I have it and love it. I live in an apartment so it works perfectly as the dumpsters aren't conveniently located for daily multiple trips!
Noelle7176 Noelle7176 7 years
I had one of these and ended up tossing it too. It didn't work nearly as well as I thought it would and setting it up was a big PITA. I just scoop the clumps into a bag, tie it off, and toss it. I found scented bags at Target too so that helps a tiny bit.
runningesq runningesq 7 years
Our litterboxes are in the (unfinished) basement, so we just through the scooped litter in the trash can down there.
redwoodforest redwoodforest 7 years
The $30 doesn't seem too bad, but the cost of refill bags could get expensive, especially if you have a multi-cat household. I am fortunate that I can toss my scooped litter outside in the trash. This would be great if you live in an apartment, though.
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