Pet Litter Scoop
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Rating: 4.9

Average rating from 47 reviews.

(4.9 out of 5, based on 47 reviews)

Tough plastic scoop with sifting grid makes quick work of cleaning your cat's litter box. Clean litter falls through, leaving waste in the scoop for disposal. Easy to clean scoop features tines on the bottom to help attack sticking litter.
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Katie M.
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Rating: 5

Great Scooper

posted 4 years ago

I use one of these at Big Sid's. It works A LOT better than the plastic ones and is a lot easier to use with that many litter boxes.

Pros: works great

Cons: none

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daryl b.
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Rating: 5

Great

posted 4 years ago

this is a great tool. no rust tines for scraping , plastic for durability and wide enough to let clean litter drop through while keeping the waste on it to be disposed of. very practicle

Pros: ease of use

Cons: none

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