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I bought these to donate to a local wildlife rehab. The corner boxes are what was requested by them. I’m sure the raccoons and skunks love them.
Purchased this to replace an old litter box (same style and brand). This box is a great size for a Holland lop. It's easy to clean and refill. My one complaint is that it is made of plastic. My friend's rabbit chewed his into Swiss cheese over time, which is not safe. I would like to see a plant-based composite that is safe if ingested.
Ordered this for my rats and its huge. Its so hard to tell online when theres no picture of the product in a cage or next to something for scale. Otherwise the product itself is fine and attaches tightly to the cage.
this works well in my critter nation cage, my 3 males rats figured it out quickly and the locks are fabulous.
Ferrets are too long to use this comfortably and it's too small. If you want a litter box for your ferrets it's best to just get a regular cat litter box that's low enough for them to enter.
The only thing I don't like is the clips. My ferret learned pretty quickly how to pop it off the side of the cage. I just took off the clips and secured it using binder clips instead and she can't pop it off anymore.
One of my ferrets has a tendency to move her regular litter pan out of the way but since this one locks in I don’t have to worry about that anymore. No more mess! Locks in very sturdy so she can’t move it!
We have 2 for our 2 ratties. Our 2 level critter nation cage holds 2 of these litter boxes and mounts fit perfectly.
First off, this thing is HUGE. Don’t buy this if you have a hamster or gerbil, it’s way too big. The locks on the sides sometimes slip off the box and I find it tipped over in their cage which defeats their purpose.
I got this when I first got bunnies to litter train them. It's not the best quality and scratches very easily. It attaches to cages but not very securely, so my bunnies always manage to spill the litter everywhere.