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Taking care of pets can often be a challenge, especially when it comes to keeping your home clean. A new interesting solution from the Petgugu Global startup has been presented, which will make life easier for cat owners and help them keep their home perfectly clean and tidy.

Startup Petgugu Global has unveiled a unique cat toilet that can automatically flush feces, keeping your home clean and fresh. This innovative device is equipped with various smart sensors that monitor your pet's toilet activity and activate to automatically clean after use.

The device connects to the sewer system and ensures efficient waste removal without the need for intervention from the owner. Additionally, the toilet has a large flushable storage capacity, making it ideal for multi-cat households.

The Petgugu cat litter box is designed for use with water-soluble litters and offers a number of additional options, including an HD night vision camera, remote control and a disinfection function. These features make the toilet even more convenient and allow owners to monitor the health and behavior of their pets.

The Petgugu Global cat litter box is a revolutionary solution for cat owners, providing cleanliness and convenience for both them and their pets. This device represents a new level of technological advancement in pet care and can greatly simplify the daily lives of cat owners.

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