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ScoopFree Ultra Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Box

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Description

The ScoopFree Ultra Self-Cleaning Cat Litter Box is the self-cleaning box that you can leave alone for weeks at a time. Simply plug in the box and watch it work. The automatic rake system sweeps waste into the covered compartment 5, 10 or 20 minutes after your cat uses the litter box, with a timer that will reset if the safety sensors detect your cat has re-entered the box. The health counter lets you track how many times your cat has used the litter box to quickly identify possible health problems. A privacy hood keeps the litter in the box, and it comes with one tray of special crystal litter to get you started—and it’s five times more effective at reducing odor than clay or clumping litters! It’s literally a breath of fresh air at all times.

Key Benefits
  • Self-cleaning automatic rake system cleans entire box 20 minutes after your cat goes to the bathroom. The rakes moves waste into a separated closed waste compartment for superior order control.
  • Crystal litter is formulated to eliminate odors 5 times more efficiently than clay or clumping litter. It is also designed to absorb urine on contact and dries solid waste to reduce odor.
  • Plastic litter tray liners prevent leaking that can stink up your home. Disposable litter trays are ideal for easy clean-up and this box includes 1 litter-filled tray to get you started.
  • This product has been rigorously tested at manufacture's labs for more than 100,000 cycles without failure or jamming.
  • Extremely efficient as this system uses 5 to 10 times less litter than clay and clumping litter.
What's Included

Litter box UL-rated 120V 60Hz adaptor with 10-foot power cord, litter tray filled with premium blue crystals, privacy hood.

Precautions

Adult supervision is recommended during your cat’s initial introduction. If your kitten is under 6 months of age, leave the unit UNPLUGGED and scoop waste until kitten is 6 months old. Not intended for use by handicapped, incapacitated or very old cats that might experience difficulty in entering or leaving the litter box.

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  • Item Number
    70729
  • Brand

    Premier, PetSafe

  • Litter Box Type

    Self-Cleaning

  • Material

    Plastic

  • Compatibility

    Plug-In Power

Instructions
  • Place the new ScoopFree litter box next to your cat’s current litter box, allowing them to have access to both boxes for at least a week.
  • Stop cleaning your cat’s old litter box, allowing it to remain dirty. Since cats prefer a clean litter box, so this will help make the new ScoopFree litter box more appealing.
  • Once your cat has transitioned to the ScoopFree box, remove their old box.

Only use PetSafe ScoopFree Disposable Crystal Litter Trays. The crystal litter is specially designed and pre-measured to work with ScoopFree Self-Cleaning Litter Boxes. The crystal litter absorbs urine and dries solid waste to remove odors. The crystal litter DOES NOT CLUMP. DO NOT use any type of clay litter, natural litters, or any other crystal litter. DO NOT use any other tray; only use PetSafe ScoopFree products.

Number of Cats Each Tray Lasts (Days) Trays per Month
1 20 - 30 1+
2 10 - 15 2+
3+ 7 - 10 3+

Troubleshooting

Indicator light is flashing rapidly, and rake is at home position.

  • Check if waste trap is full. If so, replace litter tray.
  • Check for obstructions and remove if necessary.
  • Make sure magnets on waste cover are properly attached to litter tray. If not, lift waste cover and lower it back down; you should hear a “click” when correctly attached to the tray.
  • Make sure waste trap cover is properly installed.
  • Ensure litter box is level and seated properly on litter tray.
  • Ensure litter is evenly distributed. Never add extra litter.
  • Unplug the litter box and wait a few seconds. Plug the litter box in again. When the rake returns to the home position, the indicator light will glow solid green.

Indicator light is flashing rapidly (8 times per second), and rake is stopped several inches away from the home position.

  • Check for any obstructions behind the rake. If so, unplug the litter box and remove obstruction. Wait a few seconds.
  • Plug the litter box in again. The rake should return to the home position and the indicator light will turn on solid green.

Indicator light is flashing medium (4 times per second), and system will not rake after the countdown time elapses.

  • Check to see if the detection sensors are obstructed.
  • Unplug box and clear any litter or waste that may have collected on the sensors. After cleaning, plug it back in.
  • When the rake returns to the home position, the indicator light should turn on solid green.

Magnets on waste trap cover do not attach to litter tray.

  • Waste trap cover may not be properly installed. See “Care and Cleaning” page 13 to remove and reinstall waste trap Cover.
  • Then press down on waste trap cover or lift waste trap on litter tray until you hear a click, indicating magnets have attached to the tray.

Litter box frame is not level on litter tray. The litter box should rest on the litter tray when installed, not on the floor. Make sure the litter box is completely level on the litter tray (see “Litter Tray Installation ” page 8).

FAQ

Can ScoopFree Self-Cleaning Litter Box be used with multiple cats? ScoopFree was designed for use with one or two cats. If you have more than two cats, it is recommended to have at least one litter box for every two cats.

How big are the litter trays? Litter trays are 22” x 14-1/2” x 2-1/2”. ScoopFree Sensitive White Crystal Litter Trays do not include lids and can be nested, allowing them to be stored in a smaller space.

How big is ScoopFree Self-Cleaning Litter Box? The ScoopFree litter bed measures 14” W x 15-1/2” L, and the exterior litter box dimensions are 19-1/8” W x 27-5/8” L x 6-3/8” H. The height is 16” with the optional hood installed (the Ultra comes with the privacy hood).

How will I know when to change the litter tray?

You should change the litter tray when either of the following occurs:

  • The crystal litter is saturated. As the crystals absorb urine, the litter will start to turn yellow. Once the majority of the litter turns yellow, the crystals are nearing their saturation point. When the crystals can no longer absorb any more moisture, you may start to notice an odor from the urine.
  • The waste trap is full. When the waste trap is full, the waste trap cover will not close completely. You may see small pieces of solid waste sticking out from underneath the lid. You may also start to notice an odor from the solid waste.

See “Maximizing Litter Tray Life” page 13 to help get the most life from the Disposable Crystal Litter Trays.

What if my cat goes back into the box soon after it’s been used? The rake will not clean if a cat is in the litter box because it will be obstructing the detection sensors. The countdown timer will reset itself and the rake will begin to clean 20 minutes (or 5, 10, or 20 if you have ScoopFree Ultra) after your cat leaves the litter box again.

What is the difference between ScoopFree Original and Ultra?

ScoopFree Ultra functions like the ScoopFree Original with three added features:

  • Privacy hood gives your cat a private bathroom while helping keep the crystal litter properly contained. (The privacy hood can be purchased separately for use with the ScoopFree Original. See “Replacement Parts and Accessories” page 16.)
  • Adjustable rake timer allows you to choose if the automatic rake sweeps waste 5, 10, or 20 minutes after your cat uses the litter box. (The ScoopFree Original waits 20 minutes.)
  • Health counter tracks the frequency of your cat’s litter box usage to help alert to possible health issues.

What are the differences among the Original Scent Blue Crystal Litter Tray, Lavender Scent Crystal Litter Tray, and the Sensitive White Crystal Litter Tray?

  • The Original Scent Blue Crystal Litter Tray comes pre-filled with crystal litter with a light Fresh Clean scent. The Lavender Scent Crystal Litter Tray is pre-filled with crystal litter with a light, soothing lavender scent. Both litter trays include a lid. When the tray is ready to be replaced, simply cover it and toss it in the trash.
  • The Sensitive White Crystal Litter Tray is made from recycled materials (paper with no bleach added) and comes pre-filled with crystal litter free of perfumes and dyes which is perfect for sensitive cats or owners. Sensitive White Crystal Litter Trays do not come with a lid so the trays nest, making them easier to stack and store in small spaces. A drawstring bag is included for easy disposal.
  • The crystal litter for all litter trays have been tested independently and performs the same. The crystal litter absorbs urine and dries solid waste quickly to remove odors.
Warranty

1-Year Limited Warranty

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Take a Break From Litter Duty

PetSafe's ScoopFree Automatic Litter Box lets you take a break from scooping—for good. This self-cleaning system rakes through the litter, pushing waste into a covered trap at one end of the tray. Odors and liquid waste are absorbed by the quick-drying crystal litter. And you can rest easy, because your days of endless scooping are over.

Take a Break From Litter Duty
Fresh and Clean Every Time

Fresh and Clean Every Time

Every time kitty needs to go, she'll step into a dry, freshly cleaned litter box—the kind cats prefer. The motorized rake sweeps new waste into the covered compartment, waiting 20 minutes after your cat uses the box so she won't be startled. Because it's automatic, the ScoopFree box stays clean for weeks at a time. One tray lasts 20-30 days before needing to be replaced, for single-cat homes.

3 Simple Steps

Load It

1. Load It

Lift the box and slide a disposable litter tray underneath. It only takes a minute!

Leave It

2. Leave It

ScoopFree automatically rakes the waste into a covered trap, so you can relax.

Toss It

3. Toss It

Replace the soiled tray every few weeks with a fresh one.

Fast-Drying Crystals for Odor Control

The blue silica crystals in each disposable tray are five times more effective at odor reduction than clay or clumping litters. Liquids are trapped by the leakproof liner, and the crystals work fast to absorb them on contact. A dry litter box is less prone to bacterial growth—and the smell that comes with it.

Fast-Drying Crystals for Odor Control

About PetSafe

Since 1991, PetSafe has been keeping pets safe and making pet owners happy with quality, reliable products. PetSafe is devoted to innovation with a range of products to help you and your pet share the best moments. They make it a point to consult with top trainers, veterinarians and behaviorists and listen to feedback from pet parents so they can continually improve their designs and processes.

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  • This SAVED my life!

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    I have two cats, and got tired of carrying heavy garbage bags of clumped urine and feces all the time...plus...the smell. And carrying 40-lb. bags of litter was not easy for this older gal. This product is incredible...no more scooping, no more smells! You put the lid underneath the tray (for when you dispose), pour the “litter” and you’re done. The sole issue I had was with my 1 1/2 year old Maine Coon who was scared of crawling in (although he’s always used a hooded box). Plus, having the tray in the front is awkward for stepping in (dear Scoop Free...put the poo catcher box in the back, and the “rake” up front). He started to urinate in his water bowl, so I took the hood off, and sat him in I have two cats, and got tired of carrying heavy garbage bags of clumped urine and feces all the time...plus...the smell. And carrying 40-lb. bags of litter was not easy for this older gal. This product is incredible...no more scooping, no more smells! You put the lid underneath the tray (for when you dispose), pour the “litter” and you’re done. The sole issue I had was with my 1 1/2 year old Maine Coon who was scared of crawling in (although he’s always used a hooded box). Plus, having the tray in the front is awkward for stepping in (dear Scoop Free...put the poo catcher box in the back, and the “rake” up front). He started to urinate in his water bowl, so I took the hood off, and sat him in the “potty” 3 times a day, and voila...a few treats and praise, and no more urinating outside the box. Now he runs to watch the rake when he hears the motor. Two cats make it necessary for me to change it about every 11 days - if you have one cat, you’ll be able to go much longer, but the extra cost is worth it to my back and sanity! … more

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  • Works for me!!!

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    I read several reviews that said you could not use with a kitten but my almost 5 month old has been using now for several weeks. In fact, after surgery a couple of weeks ago the vet requested that we use a special paper litter for a week or so until he was healed up. So, I bought a large bag, because that was the only size available, and placed it in the standard litter box and blocked off the scoop free box. The next morning he was sitting in front of the scoop free box meowing for me to remove the towel so he could go in use the litter box. We just changed the litter tray for the first time last week. It was so easy; there was no smell really, even after my husband wanted to see inside I read several reviews that said you could not use with a kitten but my almost 5 month old has been using now for several weeks. In fact, after surgery a couple of weeks ago the vet requested that we use a special paper litter for a week or so until he was healed up. So, I bought a large bag, because that was the only size available, and placed it in the standard litter box and blocked off the scoop free box. The next morning he was sitting in front of the scoop free box meowing for me to remove the towel so he could go in use the litter box. We just changed the litter tray for the first time last week. It was so easy; there was no smell really, even after my husband wanted to see inside the poop chamber! LOL BTW, it should be logical but I didn't see it in print, so when we put the lid on used tray, we then placed it in a trash bag. Do not just drop the tray in the dumpster or trash can. I bet someone has. Now, I do have an issue with the tracking of the pellets because when you step on them, they crunch and turn into smaller particles on the floor. This is now the only litter box he is using and it has been placed under a table with a small rug in front of it, which I am hoping will minimize the tracking. Other than that, I love it. My husband thought the replacement pellets were a bit expensive. I reminded him of our arrangement regarding the litter box when we got Elvis and suggested if we wanted to pick the litter then he could to take care of the litter box completely. He decided that I had found a good price on Chewy. … more

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  • Good Quality Box, Litter Not My Favorite

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    I got this for my elderly cat who was struggling to keep herself clean while using the litter box. The box is awesome, the litter is not my favorite. My kitty has a habit of peeing in the exact same spot, which does become a problem with any type of litter unless you stir it up once a day. This litter (the large crystal) in particular does not absorb as well as others I have used in the past. That said, I was able to put in a different type of crystal litter with finer crystals that I have found to work and the litter box self-scoops just fine.

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  • Cats didn't like it

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    Before I launch into all the pros and cons of this product, let me say that I was very excited about giving this litter box a try. I really hoped that this would be a winner with our fussy felines. The product has some very nice features, including that the timer can be set from 5 to 20 minutes, the rake is quite dependable and rarely gets stuck, and the hood keeps the litter from flying out. But unfortunately, this was not a winner with our cats. Here's some issues we experienced while using this product: The litter doesn't work-all the rake really does is run right through it, stringing it all throughout the box and turning the tray into a stinky, sloshy mess, the box REALLY stinks, even after Before I launch into all the pros and cons of this product, let me say that I was very excited about giving this litter box a try. I really hoped that this would be a winner with our fussy felines. The product has some very nice features, including that the timer can be set from 5 to 20 minutes, the rake is quite dependable and rarely gets stuck, and the hood keeps the litter from flying out. But unfortunately, this was not a winner with our cats. Here's some issues we experienced while using this product: The litter doesn't work-all the rake really does is run right through it, stringing it all throughout the box and turning the tray into a stinky, sloshy mess, the box REALLY stinks, even after it's been cleaned, and the replacement trays are VERY expensive, and they don't last very long. Because of all the issues mentioned above, our cats refused to use it. Overall, if you only have one cat, change the litter quite frequently, and your cat doesn't mind stinky smells, give it a try. Otherwise, forget it. It's a waste of money. … more

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  • So easy and no smell

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    So I'm new at being a cat parent. I adopted 2 kittens back in March. I purchased a regular litter box with clumping litter. It is a lot of work. That chore was split between my 2 kids. I cleaned it every so often also, but mainly the kids chore every other day. And boy was it a lot of work. One huge little box for 2 cats equal a lot of clumps and poop. Well we decided to invest in the self cleaning litter and to be honest I was a bit worried it would smell more then the clumping litter. But I was wrong. There is no smell, until it needs to be changed. There is no scooping out the box as the box does it itself. My kids dont have to suffer the smell, the dust or the digging for treasure as I call So I'm new at being a cat parent. I adopted 2 kittens back in March. I purchased a regular litter box with clumping litter. It is a lot of work. That chore was split between my 2 kids. I cleaned it every so often also, but mainly the kids chore every other day. And boy was it a lot of work. One huge little box for 2 cats equal a lot of clumps and poop. Well we decided to invest in the self cleaning litter and to be honest I was a bit worried it would smell more then the clumping litter. But I was wrong. There is no smell, until it needs to be changed. There is no scooping out the box as the box does it itself. My kids dont have to suffer the smell, the dust or the digging for treasure as I call it. The machine scoops the waste to a covered area to contain the smell and the urine stays in the crystals with no smell. I love it. It is more expensive then the clumping litter but it's just so easy to use and it t looks so much nicer to look at. The only thing that isnt as advertised is that with 2 cats 15 it needs to be changed. It was 13 days days and I kinda new it was time to change the crystals but didnt and when I woke up in the morning my 1 cats pooped in my plant bed in the living room and 1 pooped on a towel in my bathroom. I changed the crystals and everything is back to normal. So 15 days is to long. 12 to 13 would be max for my 2 kittens. Overall we are all happy and I dont ever want to go back to the clumping litter. … more

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  • The worst litter box ever

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    The crystals do not last as long as they estimated. I had to change every 2 -3 days. What a awful mess. It didn’t absorb the urine hardly at all-even with trying all of the suggestions , stirring up the crystals to get them to dry. Don’t waste your money.

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  • Good investment

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    Honestly best investment I've made in a while. I'm an extravagantly lazy person (probably why I have a cat over a dog) and I hated cleaning the litter box every day. I found it hard to believe that this litter box would actually clean itself for a month,I figured it would break or be noisy or malfunction, but its freaking awesome. I dont even notice it when its cleaning.

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  • I was hoping... but this is a bust

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    Luckily I have a cat that easily transitions from litter box to litter box when I try something new every few years. She does not like this one however. She is a very young 15 year old cat and about 12 lbs. She urinates at the edge of this 2 out of 5 times and it drips down the outside onto my floor. It's like she's too big for it. It scoops the poop fine, but the urine just stays where it's laid. I use a spoon to scoop it into the retainer, and then mix up the remaining crystals as they suggest. I have not been able to make it more than 2 weeks. I just threw away the other after 1 week, so I highly disagree with their tray-changing timeline. I wanted to like this because the idea of Luckily I have a cat that easily transitions from litter box to litter box when I try something new every few years. She does not like this one however. She is a very young 15 year old cat and about 12 lbs. She urinates at the edge of this 2 out of 5 times and it drips down the outside onto my floor. It's like she's too big for it. It scoops the poop fine, but the urine just stays where it's laid. I use a spoon to scoop it into the retainer, and then mix up the remaining crystals as they suggest. I have not been able to make it more than 2 weeks. I just threw away the other after 1 week, so I highly disagree with their tray-changing timeline. I wanted to like this because the idea of just putting the lid on and throwing it all away is a great one. But this is a bust for me. I am going back to the previous one she had. … more

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  • My Cats Did Not Like This At All

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    My cats refused to use it, if there was a way to set the timer to where it would scoop litter right after cats used it that might work better. As it is, my cats were freaked out because it would scoop while they were using it. Once that happened they refused to use it. The only way I could get them to use it was to turn it off and only run it when they weren't in the room. Also, the paper bottom is gross. The smell of ammonia almost knocked me over when I emptied it after only a few days. I really wanted it to work but it was not meant to be for me and my kitties. Oh well...

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  • Cats & Humans love it!

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    The cats transitioned very well from clay to the crystals. They even sat and waited for their business to be raked, it peaked their curiosity. We loved it because it controlled the smell and kept it clean for our cats. Thumbs UP!

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