Impress your guests with a lack of litter mess by placing disposable Cat's Pride Jumbo Litter Box Liners at the bottom of your cat’s litter box. These thick, tear-resistant liners prevent any cat litter or waste from sticking to the sides and bottom of the box and your cat won’t claw them into pieces either. Your kitty’s litter box is now easier than ever to clean up—simply pull the drawstrings on both sides of the bag to close then dispose of with your regular trash. Containing 15 liners per box and measuring 36 x 18 inches, these super-hygienic jumbo liners fit most litter boxes. Cat’s Pride is proudly endorsed by the American Humane Society, so you can feel good about using them as a go-to cat box litter liner.
Make cleanup super-fast with 15 jumbo litter liners measuring 36 x 18 inches—big enough to fit most kitty litter boxes.
Made from a thick and tear-resistant material, so your cat won’t claw through them and tear them into pieces.
The drawstring closure makes cleaning super quick and easy—simply grab the drawstrings, pull them and toss the bag into your regular trash.
Prevents cat litter or waste from sticking to the sides and bottom of the box for a remarkable hassle-free cleanup.
A product the American Humane Society stands by, so you’re getting a great value and will feel good about giving your kitty the best.
Take one liner from package and fit into bottom of litter box, folding edges of liner over the sides.
Fill clean litter box liner with approximately 3 inches of Cat's Pride cat litter.
For easy clean-up, pull drawstrings on both sides of bag to close.
Dispose of liner and contents with your regular garbage.
How often should I change my cat’s litter box?
We recommend changing the litter box (starting with fresh litter) every 7 days if you are using non-clumping clay litter. If you are using scoopable or clumping litter, we recommend changing the entire litter box once a month – be sure to remove the clumps daily and add a little fresh litter every day to maintain a three-inch level.
I bought these to use with my homemade pine litter sifter (the commercial ones are useless for pine pellets) and they fit the bill. They're basically odd-shaped garbage bags; I wouldn't use them in the litter box if your cat likes to root around and cover their business or they'll probably rip. I also don't know how they're supposed to stay in place in the pan. I have to use a couple pieces of packing tape to keep them from falling down and in the pan. Even with those drawbacks, they fit the high-sided pan I'm using, they're cheap, and the drawstrings are very convenient for disposal. Recommended.
Good idea, however caused more trouble
on Dec 27, 2018
I bought these hoping to cut down on daily scrubbing with the litter box while our kitten is sick. Tried these on various sized litter boxes and they don't lay flat or fit properly. My kitten was able to make several holes in the plastic despite having trimmed and filed nails. You also have to constantly readjust the liner once the cat is done using the the pan. The only thing I really liked was the drawstring feature. I feel like I not only wasted money, but this wasted more time too. I still had the same amount of mess in the box from the holes.
on Dec 26, 2018
This is one of the best liners I've used. You'd think it'd be easy to get a good quality liner, but I've used ones that are super thin (think hotel shower cap), which is totally useless.
This is exactly what you'd expect - a sturdy garbage bag with drawstrings on both sides. I use these in all 3 of my XL litter boxes and they fit decently.
I always double-line regardless, but these don't seep urine through and would do fine with just one layer. Some fine-grained dry litter will come through, but it's like a few tbsp at most.
Nice, thick liners
on Jan 11, 2019
The material is great, and I would give these a five-star rating except for the size. I have three cats and three litter boxes set up. Since I’m gone through the day often, I bought large boxes which vary in size. Although these are for jumbo, they don’t completely fit any one of the boxes - not even the smallest. I have this problem with the sifting liners as well. I hope the companies will take note and make something just a little larger.
More like a thin plastic bag
on Nov 12, 2018Top 500 Contributor
I bought these liners to try my cats on something new. Right away I noticed they're extremely thin, youd have to put double of this liner in the box since they're so thin. My cats also tend to tear at the liner. In which I cleaned out their litter box and ended up spilling poo, pee and litter all over the floor. There was a huge hole on the bottom from where my cats dug into while doing their business! I'm never making the purchase of these liners again. Sticking with my original liners since those hold up a lot better.
on Jan 3, 2019
This is a good strong liner. I like them. My daughter is upset bc the cats will put wholes in it. I change mine daily and she waits a day or two. so there is the difference. It fits good on our big cat litter box.
Drawstrings on bags are Handy
on Jan 6, 2019
These cat liner bags are great, especially the drawstrings which makes it much easier to put the used litter in the trash. I do wish the bags were just a little larger for my four larger litter pans.
Litter Box Liners
on Dec 29, 2018
These are the best liners I have found that actually fit the larger size covered litter boxes. Bags are nice and thick and I have not had any rip when changing box. Cheaper buying from Chewy too!!
Great, but ...
on Nov 20, 2018
These are great however, where ever I buy them, there always seems to be a few with cuts in them. The exterior box is never cut, so I don't understand but I usually end up wasting a couple.
flimsy so requires two liners
on Jan 1, 2019
My cats destroy these liners quickly. It holds up if I put in two but by the end of the month there will be holes in the second liner so I have to use a third liner to take it out to the trash.