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Mook

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Serious question, ever try the low-tracking litter? We switched to the clumping low-tracking and it reduced the amount of litter that escapes the box by a good 75%.
I use all sorts depending on what store I end up at. Its not bad downstairs for the most part. It mostly gets bad when I let the pad that picks up the loose litter gets too full. Also, tons of fun is a big boy, so sometimes litter gets flung out of the box more than usual.
 

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I use all sorts depending on what store I end up at. Its not bad downstairs for the most part. It mostly gets bad when I let the pad that picks up the loose litter gets too full. Also, tons of fun is a big boy, so sometimes litter gets flung out of the box more than usual.
This is what I normally get. Meijer sometimes has it on sale for $13 or $14. Covered boxes keep most of the litter in. Zeus is a big boy too, and Morgan will act like he's digging the Panama Canal when he goes to bury his turds.


I think Arm & Hammer have a similar one.
 

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I ain't gonna lie. Dyson has been the best vacuums i've ever owned. Else i was buying the $150 vacs once a year before it broke and had to get another. At least the Dyson's tend to last
100%. I have 7+ year old dysons. I take them apart about once every few years to give them a deep cleaning and clean out the filters probably a couple times a year. Basic tools are only needed.

Bought one new and one used, it was actually Emersons old one. The best part about Dyson is you can buy parts directly from them. I would of had to trash a $300 vacuum but instead it only cost $30 in parts to fix it.