Tidy Cats Jumbo Cat Box Liners for Multiple Cats (Box of 7)
strong but don't fit
These bags are somewhat durable but unfortunately do not fit my hooded litter box (size 20"x15"). We have to pull the plastic to stretch it, sometimes ripping it, then that weakens the plastic and the cats end up clawing holes in it anyway. They are stronger than most I have tried (been through a lot of different brands lately). If you have a smaller box I might recommend them...
December 16, 2013
nice large bags
These are nice large bags to fit your litter pan in. Nice and easy....when litter needs changing just remove bag and litter with no mess.
December 4, 2014
Sized for several sized boxes
I thought I ordered "Jumbo" liners, but the boxes I received refer to "Large" liners. Thankfully they appear to be the same size as the ones I've ordered before but are substantially thinner. I remain hopeful these liners will stand up to my 6 cats and their hind claws!
November 18, 2014
These are so thick compared to anything else out there. I buy the jumbo as they fit my hooded box. They just fit inside and then the excess sits over the side. I scoop every day and dump the entire box about once a week. But they are getting harder to find. I like to buy them by the case as that lasts me a year. Used to be able to buy them on Amazon with free shipping. Still searching. Here I have to buy 8 boxes to save on shipping.
September 25, 2014
These bags are a bit thin and I like the Johnny Cat liners so much better. Though they are not easy to find anymore. I would recommend these for a one cat family.
July 2, 2014
Still the best
To the person who wrote the other review, I wish I could have replied to your post. Tidy Cat makes a jumbo sized liner that would probably fit your big box. I bought them by mistake one day and had to cut half of it off!
I've been using these for years for one reason only - the catbox slides INSIDE this liner - it does not fit on top of the box. After tamping it down inside the box, I use blue painter's tape (not perm) to tape the ends and corners flat, because the box is smaller than the liner, but this is not necessary. I do use two, one on top of the other. They are quite thick, and if you are diligent about clipping your cat's claws, one might be fine. When you are ready to change the box, you just slide it off, turning it "inside out" as it comes off - twist tie off the top and dispose of! I've not been happy lately with the "new" version's heavy scent, but I've found no liner in years that is better. The drawstring ones and others that just sit on top are always WAY too long for my box and just too big. They end up making a messy, smelly box because of not lying flat in the box, causing unreachable clumps that form in folds in the corners and sides. Ugh! Give them a try. They are unique!
February 15, 2014