The Best Litter Scooper – Hands Down

I’ve tried dozens of litter scoopers over the years. Ones with long handles, short handles.  Plastic ones.  Metal ones.  Big ones.  Small ones.  Pink ones, blue ones…litter-lifter-cat-litter-scoopBig slots, small slots.  You name it.  I’ve tried it.  I feel compelled to tell you guys about the best litter scooper I’ve ever used – it’s called the “Litter Lifter“.

The Litter Lifter is made of heavy duty plastic that doesn’t bend.  It has vertical slats that are spaced at just the right distance to capture the stuff you want to, and let loose the clean litter that you don’t need to trap.   The sturdy design is also really light-weight which makes scooping litter effortless.  I no longer dread cleaning the litter box because this scooper is just that good.  I highly recommend it.  Check it out.

 

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  1. Boomdeeadda

    Hey, there’s Alys! Hi Alys (waving). I have two litter box’s and I keep thinking the slots on my scooper are too far apart. I need one that can get all of it in the bag. Hey how’s your little kitty visitor doing? Is he/she still coming by?

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    • Wesley

      I’m sorry – I just saw your comment. Unfortunately I had a raccoon move in. 🙁 So I stopped the food for now but I may go to a strictly daytime feeding schedule and just remove the food at night once we have daylight savings time this weekend. I actually have pictures of Mr. Raccoon. I should post them.

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      • Boomdeeadda

        O no worries. I’ve been worried about missing some myself since WP has been really weird and frustrating for me lately.

        We don’t have racoons here in Alberta but I’ve seen many in Vancouver and Victoria. I’ve always thought they were so adorable but I imagine can be a nuisance too. I saw a really interesting National Geo about Urban Racoons. They really live in a very small radius so you’ll probably see lots of him/her. Please, yes do post if you can. Thanks for the update!

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