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LitterMaid Automatic Multi-Cat Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Box

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LitterMaid Mega Series Automatic Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Box is the ultimate in convenience, eliminating the need for scooping. It contains a motion sensor that determines when your cats enter and leave, automatically scooping any messes into a sealed, disposable receptacle with carbon filters that absorb and trap offensive odors. The strong, durable rake can be removed for simple cleaning, and the extra-high side walls and paw-cleaning ramp help keep more litter in the box and off the floor. It plugs into standard wall outlets and even features backup battery power (requires 8 AA batteries, not included). You’ll get everything you need to get started—4 waste receptacles and 4 carbon filters that last approximately 3+ days each, and a scoop and rake cleaner.

Key Benefits
  • Paw-cleaning ramp prevents tracking throughout the house.
  • Includes 4 waste receptacles & 4 carbon filters as well as a scoop & rake.
  • Compatible with an AC adapter with battery backup.
  • Carbon filters quickly absorb odors and moisture.
  • Features an extra-large basin which is ideal for a multi-cat household.
What's Included

(4) waste receptacles, (4) carbon filters, (1) scoop & rake cleaner.


Please read all directions in this manual carefully prior to operating this product. Clumping litter is not intended for use with kittens under six months. If your kitten is under six months, always use litter formulated for kittens and leave your LitterMaid litter box OFF until the kitten is the appropriate age. Not intended for use by handicapped, incapacitated or older cats that may experience difficulty in entering or leaving the litter box. Your LitterMaid Self-Cleaning Litter Box is a precision-operated appliance. Should the rake become jammed during cleaning, the unit contains a mechanism that will automatically stop, reverse and restart the cleaning operation. WARNING: This is not a toy. Never allow small children to play in or around this device. For cat use only and intended solely for the safe elimination of cat waste. Do not attempt to use this product for any other purpose.

Related Item

When it's time to replace waste receptacles and carbon filters, use the LitterMaid Waste Receptacles for Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Box and LitterMaid Carbon Filters for Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Box.

For use with hard clumping cat litter. Click here for compatible litter.

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  • Dimensions
    28.25 x 19.5 x 11 inches
  • Weight
    15.22 pounds
  • Litter Box Type
  • Material
  • Compatibility
    Plug-In Power, Battery Powered

Your LitterMaid Litter Box is designed to minimize daily maintenance, simply replace the waste receptacle and follow the instructions for weekly cleaning. More thorough cleaning is recommended once per month.

  • Press on the PUSH tabs on the waste receptacle lid to detach from the waste receptacle compartment cover (G).

  • Lift compartment cover; waste receptacle lid should already be detached and closed on the waste receptacle.

  • Press in on the four corners of waste receptacle lid to make sure it is secure.

  • Pull the disposable waste receptacle edge free from the tabs holding it in place (H).

  • Lift out and dispose.

  • Place a new receptacle, following the instructions in , PREPARING THE WASTE RECEPTACLE.


  • Grasp the ramp on either side near the attachment points and lift up gently.

  • Grasp the carpet by the nylon pull tab on one side and lift up to remove (J).

  • Shake the mat to remove loose litter particles.

  • Tip over and empty the carpet holder to ensure no litter remains trapped under the carpet.

  • Replace the carpet by sliding the four corners of the carpet under the four holder points on the corners of the ramp. Make sure the tab at the back of the ramp is over the carpet to hold it in place. Note: The carpet and ramp are both cut in on the back side near the attachment points. Always make sure you are putting the carpet into position correctly by matching the shape of the two pieces.


Why is my rake stuck in the middle of the litter tray?

A waste clump or blockage is preventing normal operation. Follow the instructions from the above question and clear any blockages.

Why does my litter box not start cleaning 10 minutes after cat has left?

This can be cause by dust accumulating on the sensors that activate the cleaning cycle. These sensors are located at the center of both of the side walls of your litter box and activate a cleaning cycle if they detect motion for more than five seconds.

Wipe each sensor with a soft, dry cloth to remove dust. Turn On/Off button to off. Turn On/Off button to on. Unit will run through a cleaning cycle.

Why does my rake not completely clean the litter box?

This can be caused by using the wrong type of litter (such as paper-based litter, pellets, or crystals) or by using a low-quality clumping litter. Check to make sure you are using only high-quality clumping litter. The rake will not work with other types of litter and may leave a tray unclean or only partially clean.

Why won’t my litter box operate after the On/Off button is pressed?

This is usually a power issue. Check to be sure that the outlet is working and/or that the batteries are charged and installed properly. If this is not the cause, your AC adapter may be faulty.

Why do waste clumps adhere to surface of the litter tray?

This may be a product of the type of litter you are using. Check to make sure your litter is a high-quality clumping litter. Also make sure litter is filled above the MIN Fill Line. This can also be caused by an unclean litter tray. Follow the instructions for cleaning the litter tray in your Use & Care manual.

If the problem still persists, it may be caused by too much saturation of the litter at one time. Cats may be going one after another in a multi-cat household or your cat may have a condition that causes excessive urination (often seen in cats with diabetes). Check to see how saturated the litter is getting after each cat in your house leaves. You may need to get an additional litter box or refill litter more often to avoid litter sticking to the tray.

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