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The mat works much better than my former woven mat that the cats would jump over. The cat outline was messed up, just a scribble. No biggy, but it was a cute outline in the picture.
The fibers easily come out of the pat which poses a risk if your cat likes to chew on that kind of thing. the mat also traps litter similar to a high-pile rug which keeps it in but also makes it difficult to clean out. If your cat doesn't track a lot of litter or likes to chew string, this works, but not for my situation.
THIS RUG IS A MUST ESPECIALLY FOR BIG CATS. WE HAVE 6 MAINE COONS WITH HUGE PAWS AND THIS RUG DOES A DANDY JOB OF CLEAING THEIR PAWS AFTER THEIR VISIT TO THE BOXES. NO MORE LITTER AROUND THE HOUSE.
These type of litter mats are my favorite, they look nice and work better than the usual ones. And they are very easy to clean! Plus cats seem to prefer these ones on their paws, too.
Kitty loves it, holds alot more litter than expected. Doesn't annoy his feet and its cute.
It does what it’s supposed to do.
I've tried many litter mats. Most recently was the one that is two layers, with all the holes. (That one was not good). I've had this a few days, and it is an improvement. I think a key feature is the cats LIKE to step on it when they exit the box. Mats that are plastic, have spikey or rough surfaces will not catch enough litter from the paws if the cat rushes off of them! This is a soft, pleasing rug, so they take their time when they jump out, leaving the majority of the litter paw prints on the rug! Prior, I dealt with litter trails all over!! Especially all around the previous mat. Super ineffective. Now, the excess beyond the mat is way down. It's only been a few days, but normally I would see trails within a few days, and so far, this has been much better.
This microfiber rug is a hit. Both my kitties are completely fine walking in it, and it grabs their litter (pretty litter) amazingly well. My only complaint is a very small one, the white tuffs that make the cute cat outline are pulling out. I haven't seen this in action, but I think the cats love the rug enough to kneed on it, pulling that out. At least I hope that is the case, cause it would suck if the white sting was just falling out through regular use. Final point, since it is so good at catching litter make sure to shake it outside!!!! Simply vacuuming the rug is not enough as I recently discovered. Spent a solid minute vacuuming the rug each and every direction, but when I picked it up to move it, an entire dust pan of litter fell out. (This is a good thing, I was just dumb, haha!)
When I got this I was happy because my cat had chewed up the more rubbery kinds. This was high quality nice fabric and it vacuumed well and looked cute. But I started noticing a lingering pee smell. And then I Caught my cat just peeing right on the mat just a half foot from her fresh litter box. I assume it’s the long carpet that moved her to do so. Though I am unsure. Seems my search for a litter mat continues as this one will be a no for me.
I have searched far and wide for litter mats the kittens wouldn't jump over or eat. Now they sleep on these, and they keep all the World's Best Litter crumbs in check. Win win.