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The Catolet is an ultra fancy litter box without the litter

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We all know that fancy pet tech is more for the people than the pets. That principle certainly holds true with the Catolet—an automatic litter box that’s directly connected to a home’s water supply and sewage line, eliminating the need for poop-scooping. That’s right. It’s a literal flushing toilet. For pets.

Made of sanitary acrylic, the Catolet automatically senses when your pet has finished with its business, and activates a self-cleaning conveyor belt system that flushes away the waste. The timing of the cleaning system can also be adjusted using a connected smartphone.

If your pet is the shy type, the Catolet comes with an optional shelter making it resemble a typical covered litter box. The device comes in four colors including pink, yellow, and blue.

The Catolet is currently being crowdfunded over on Kickstarter with an early bird price of $159.

Via: Designboom