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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.
The clear top piece, which is supposed to be a splash guard, doesn't fit tightly to the bottom, so urine leaks out onto the floor. The bottom piece has a raised middle and a lower part around the edges, which makes it very hard to scoop. Really just a terrible product and not designed with any knowledge of cats.
I've tried every cat box out there. My male cat never learned how to squat when he has to pee. I was using pee pads around a regular litter box. I even bought one of those half egg litter boxes. This one is the one that works! The sides and back are too high for him to "go" over. I still put the pee pad in where he has to crawl into the box, but he hasn't wet on it since I bought this box. Why didn't I see this three years ago? Best litter box EVER Chewy! Thanks!
When I first i ordered this i was like dang no pink ones and when I got it i was like this is huge but it works perfect my kitten got room to move around and she doesnt kick litter out the box anymore. I do still have a little litter on the floor but it much better than her kitten size box
My cats range in size from 10 lbs to 25 lbs. It took a bit of practice, but even big Corky can fit in the box and get his tasks accomplished. Although some reviews cite the difficulty in scooping the box to clean, I have not had a problem. I just have to be a bit more careful getting into the corners. The high sides were the best feature for me, and they do not disappoint!
Bought 3 boxes thinking this may help the litter all over the floor. Boy was I wrong! The boxes are too narrow and the cats can barely turn around. The biggest cat is a Russian Forest cat and weighs 20 lbs, so he goes in one way. Think the high sides, which don't sit properly, intimidate and they all feel closed in. They consistently have more accidents. In addition, it's a design problem in the front and make it hard to clean and scoop!
The ON:T thing wrong with this and is common to litter boxes apparently is that in every corner, they have little areas where the wet litter clumps can hardly be scraped out. I need a screw driver to do it and it gets pretty gross. I can't find one without this "feature"
It is exactly what we needed to solve our issues with our regular uncovered litter box. When our cat would dig he would kick litter out all over the place and the walls of this box completely eliminated that problem. It works with a liner as well. The wall stays attached and there are no crevaces for litter and urine to get stuck in like I've read in other reviews.
We ordered this litter box with a scatter shield because one of our cats has a habit of scattering the litter out of the box on the floor, and also of peeing over the edge. Since we received it, the shield has worked like a charm, with no scattering of litter. And the only time we found pee outside of the box is when the shield wasn't fastened securely. So we highly recommend this product!!