|Price Per Unit|
|Litter Box Type||Covered||Covered||Covered||Sifting, Covered||Covered|
|Breed Size||—||All Breeds||—||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds|
|Cleaner Type||—||Litter Box||—||—||Litter Box|
Roomy and spacious for my 16 lb chonker and my 9 lb angel. They were transitioning back to being fully indoor cats, so it gave them a sense of jungle life, giving them space to do their business, and was discreet enough to keep in my NYC one bedroom apartment. Most people sat next to it on the couch and only realized it was a litter box if a cat went into it to do their business. I kept the planter in a corner, and turned the opening towards the back corner, so cats also had a bit of an alley way to walk thru to get to it. Greatly helped with tracking. If you put the lid on the track properly, it's very sturdy. You can knock it and it won't fall over. If you have mobility issues, I can see how this might be an issue, but my sitters and myself have never had an issue with it. If I'm feeling lazy, I swivel the box around and just scoop through the opening. I bought a horse feeder tray insert to make cleaning the box easier, and used a liner for that. Somehow, my cats would often pee against the side of the box, and it would collect under the pan. That's the only time I ever had smell issues. I started using the litter box liners (XXL) directly in the box, and that combated the smell issues. I would need to tape the edges down, and it ruined the aesthetic look of it being a planter in the corner of my room, however, it made cleaning a lot easier. I prefer using litter box liners in general, but I've seen people use these boxes without it. I just worry about the smell and how hygienic it is without the liner.
This litter box may work for some, but for my fur baby, a resounding NO. The litter box (planter) itself is big and bulky, and the "plant" is super annoying when my fur baby wont leave it alone. There also isn't anything to keep the cat from swooshing litter out the opening. I scoop once every day, and totally clean on Fridays. Unless taken apart, its difficult to bend down, or get on the floor to scoop. I only bought a few weeks ago, but, we're already on to a new conventional litter box. It's a learning curve. Thanks anyway. JD
Space efficient and works well. No one will ever think it's a real plant, but planter/litter box does look much better than my old covered box. It also takes up less floor space in my small apartment while still having about the same about of litter area. As mentioned in other reviews, the top is a little fussy to get back on, but you eventually get the hang of it.
While this litter box is aesthetically pleasing, it is not practical. To clean the box, you have to take off the top. The top comes off easily, but you must ensure the tracks are lined up properly when putting it back on. I wouldn't purchase this if you don't have the time, focus, or physical abilities for it. Additionally, the round litter pan can be challenging to scoop because it is round. Especially, if your cat pees against the sides of their boxes, which mine do. From a safety perspective, my cats wanted to and were able to chew on the fake plant. Obviously, you don't want them to ingest anything that isn't their food. So if your cats like to chew on plants, they will likely want to chew on this too. While I wouldn't say it's easy for them to get on top of it, it is possible. Especially if they like a challenge. So, overall this litter box has been more of a pretty pain and time waster.
I think the leaves that go thru the hole (the poke part). sticks down too far and the cat bumps into it..Otherwise is ok but I think the cat likes the regular square box better !
Great for multiple cats and a lovely design. The included plant is a little lame but it's simple to find a new plant at a different store. 4 big stars!
I see several reviews about it being flimsy and that is not at all true. You do have to pay attention when you put the top on that it’s on correctly, but it literally takes three seconds. I’m not sure why the other reviewer‘s are having an issue. It’s harder to get on a Tupperware lid, then it is the lid to this litter box: what I like about it is that it’s round and when I had a rectangular one, the cat always backed up to the corner. She doesn’t do that anymore. I have one inside and one outside on the lanai and love them!!
The litter box actually looks a lot nicer than I thought it would! And the fake plant also looks good. However - the Spanish moss that is supposed to go in the top is SO tempting for mischievous cats. Mine have already pulled it out twice in one day, so looks like I’ll have to get rocks or something else to put in there. Additionally, the lid is a bit wobbly and hard to align when you go to snap it onto the base. All in all though very pleased with how it looks. Great way to hide a litter box in my apartment.
This planter litter box hides the litter box nicely and prevents litter being kicked out everywhere. I really like it.
This thing is great in theory, but is poorly made. It’s separated in two pieces.. top and bottom. The top sits on a very thin ridge along the bottom. super annoying to get to stay. If my kitten touches it, the top falls inside the bottom. It fell right on top of her. The base of the plant is also just covered in shredded brown paper, which looks like a fun toy to a kitten/cat. I dk what to do with this thing now. we’ve just taken the top off and now it’s a 60 plain litter pan.