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I purchased this litter box to prevent urine leaking on the floor as one of my cats prefers not to sit down and sticks his behind slightly up in the air. Although it won't go over the edge when he goes it will still leak outside where the lid attaches to the bottom. It is also relatively small. My one year old kitten weighs 10 pounds and it is almost too tight to accommodate him.
This litter box must have been designed by someone who has never scooped a litter box before. It has a trough like design around the edges which makes it hard to scoop especially along the front two corners that have a narrow design, this makes it hard to scoop if the cat has urinated in that specific area. It's also rather small for larger cats. I do however like the high sides and open top which makes it easier to reach in to scoop and somewhat keeps the litter in the box.
The box would be great if they Left the bottom FLAT instead of having a gutter. Don’t understand that logic? It’s very difficult to clean because most cats pee in the corners. The seam between the cover, and the bottom can allow for some urine leakage. I keep a pee pad under the box and I shouldn’t have to, they are expensive. Back to the drawing board.
When attempting to place the lid on the bottom of the litter box, it would not connect appropriately. It was very loose, and when I lifted the cat box off the floor, it fell off.
A cat owner did not design this box! #1 It's small... kittens may use it with ease. Others will not fit completely in the box. #2 Yes, the shield does prevent spray on the walls, however if they pee into the crack where the two pieces snap together it will collect between the two pieces and sometimes drip down the outside of the box. #3 Worst of all, the bottom of the box has a trench around the sides. If you use clumping litter and your cat pees along the edges, you have to dig it out of the trench with a scoop that is larger than the trench width. I would not recommend this box in any way.
I have 2 female cats and for whatever reason Asia stands when she urinates. Their litter box is in the spare bathtub, otherwise urine gets all over the floor. Long story short, box would be perfect if the sides were an inch taller and the box itself was larger in length and width. Though the urine does get between the top and bottom were they connect, but hasn't come out of the box itself. All in all, it's a much better situation and there is much less to clean up.
My kitty goes in and out comfortably, however, the kitty litter brand that I bought is for breeze, clay litter, and it gets on my bathroom floor. I ordered a mat that traps the litter, but it’s too small. If it was a large sized mat or an enclosed /. covered fox, I think it would be five stars
had trouble getting the sheild off in fact its still like it was when delivered. got frustrated using it with sheild still stuck to bottom of it
My three four month old kittens think the box is a playpen leaving mounds of litter everywhere. I don’t think closed top boxes are healthy and this design solved the problem!
Right size for apartment sized bathroom and deep enough the shield keeps litter from scattering I like it better than the hooded boxes