|Price Per Unit|
|Litter Box Type||Top Entry, Covered||Top Entry, Covered||Top Entry, Covered||Top Entry, Covered||Top Entry, Covered|
|Breed Size||—||—||Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds||All Breeds||—|
My 2 year old cats are pretty flexible as far as changing their litter box goes. They took to this right away and had a very short adjustment period. I used to use a front load box with a litter box liner, but they would always tear up the liner and scatter litter everywhere. They still get some litter on the top of this one, but it's easy to turn the lid over and empty it back in. This might not be good for kitties who are older with arthritis or if you have a stubborn kitty that gets cranky at any little change in their litter situation
lol I like this cat box, and so go the cats. My main issue with cat boxes is sticking on the bottom. I don't use liners, messier than not. So I have to be easily able to get lumps off the bottom. Easy peasy tilt and pick up....
I recently adopted 2 of my foster kittens and had a similar litter box for our other cat. They were super excited to get their own and it really cuts down on the amount of litter they spread