Once your cat has started using the Automatic Litter-Robot, you will need to consider the waste drawer empty schedule.
With one cat, we remove the bag with deposits from the drawer on a weekly basis, coinciding with the weekly rubbish collection (Perth, Western Australia).
You can also check out the excellent infographic from the manufacturer Litter-Robot here:
For the Australia version of changing the waste bag featuring Shadows Litter-Robot, review here:
If you are happy with the Litter-Robot bags supplied, designed for biodegradability and economy, you can order them here.
If you prefer to use extra-large kitchen bags, I have utilised MULTIX extra-large kitchen tidy bags, 82cmx64cm/50 Ltr (the opening size rather than volume is needed to fit the tray), purchased at Woolworths or Coles, or similar.
I have also noticed that the Litter-Robot is a little left handed, in that the roll to open deposits more heavily in the left side of the tray. If you wish to extend use between changes, you can even it up a little and get some more time. The fill light will indicate need to change. Do note that if you get deposit on the fill sensor cover (usually by leaving emptying a little long), it’s easy to gently wipe off, being careful of the electronic panel behind the clear shield.
We trust this helps, and don’t forget if you are ready, we would love you to review your products to help other cat owners embracing a scoop free, easy living lifestyle!