Living with cats is easier than with dogs. You don't need to take a walk, and discipline is not so difficult. As long as the toilet is clean, both the owner and the cat can live happily in most cases.
The cat litter box "Luuup Litter Box" was developed by Luup, based in Toronto, Canada. It is a product that makes cleaning the toilet easier with a simple mechanism.
The "Luuup Litter Box" is a toilet made up of three trays of the same shape. There is a hole of the same shape on the bottom. When using it as a toilet, stack 3 sheets and put cat sand in it.
When cleaning, lift the top tray. Then, the sand solidified by the cat's pee remains on the top tray, and the clean sand falls on the bottom tray.
Throw the dirty sand in the trash and move the tray to the bottom to finish the cleaning. Add the discarded cat sand to smooth the surface.
The holes in the tray are closed by turning it so that the sand does not fall to the floor.
The "Luuup Litter Box" has a structure in which three trays are simply stacked, so there is almost no risk of it breaking. The shape of each tray is simple, so cleaning is easy. Since it does not use consumables such as seats, it also has the advantage of low maintenance costs.
Luup is currently conducting a campaign to recruit investors on the crowdfunding site kickstarter for the commercialization of "Luuup Litter Box". We were aiming to raise $ 50,000, but at the time of this writing we have already raised nearly $ 600,000 from more than 7,000 investors and decided to commercialize it. Apparently, there are people all over the world who find it troublesome to clean the cat litter box.
If you invest $ 49 Canadian dollars on kickstarter, you will get one "Luuup Litter Box". However, the retail price after the end of the campaign is almost the same as $ 49.95, so it may be safer in many ways to wait for commercialization before purchasing. When asked about sales in Japan, it is undecided at this time. But he said he would like to sell it in Japan and listen to the voices of Japanese customers.
Also, do cats like this toilet? is not it. Even if you buy a system toilet, cats often don't use it. This is all up to the cat (?).