Neater Scooper: A Cat Litter Sifter Scooper Filter System
By Ryan on 10/01/2018 10:38 AM
Although I don't have a cat, I can only imagine that cleaning out the kitty litter is just as bad as picking up dog poop out in your yard. So whatever inventions and gadgets are available to make your life easier, is great in my book. For dog poop we have a dog poop vacuum, and a pooper-scooper with a bag attached, and now with cats, there's the Neater Scooper. It's a unique new cat littler cleaning scoop that lets you easily filter out just the poop, leaving all the kitty litter behind.
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To use it, just start scooping the cat poop from the kitty litter. Once you get a clump, just filter out the kitty litter through the filter, and tilt it back which pushes the poop back into the collector bin in the back. A door closes behind the poop which allows you to continue scooping through the litter until all the poop is gone.
Inside the collection bin is a custom fit baggie, so that once all the cat poop is gone from the kitty litter, you can then just remove the bin, pull out the baggie, and toss it into the garbage. It'll not only make cleaning out the cat litter a whole lot easier, but it'll also make the whole process a whole lot cleaner. Plus, it'll make it so that you hardly even have to look at the cat poop!
When the Neater Scooper is not in use, the bin acts as a caddy for the scooper. This way the dirty scooper filter won't be open to be touched or smelled. Once you're ready to use it, just take out the scooper, and attach the bin to the back of it.
One of the coolest features of the Neater Scooper is that the bottom of the bin actually contains a bag holder. This way you can instantly pull out a new bag, and insert it into the bin whenever you need to use it.
The Neater Scooper comes with 180 refill bags, comes in a few different colors to choose from, and is probably the easiest, fastest, and most sanitary way you can clean out your cat's litter box.
Check out the Neater Scooper kitty litter sifting scoop filter system in action via the video below.