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CitiKitty Cat Toilet Training Kit

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  • No more messing with dirty litter or cleaning the litter box
  • Save thousands of dollars on kitty litter
  • Ideal for older cats, large cats, kittens over 3 months, and multiple-cat households
  • Works with all sizes and shapes of toilets
  • Includes training seat and insert, guide, tip card, and catnip
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.5 x 15 x 1.2 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000F1OS20
  • Item model number: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (793 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #394 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

CitiKitty Cat Toilet Training Kit - for cats age 3 months of age and older

The patented CitiKitty Cat Toilet Training Kit uses a proven, disappearing litter box technique that has successfully toilet trained cats for decades. CitiKitty's specially-designed training seat fits ALL toilets and transitions cats of all age, size, and breed from litter box to toilet. Any healthy cat, three months of age or older that is successfully using a litter box is a candidate for toilet training.

Cat toilet training device potty trains your cat or kitty
CitiKitty Cat Toilet Training Kit
CitiKitty takes your from litter box to toilet in just a few weeks
Go from Litter Box to Toilet in as little as 3 Weeks
CitiKitty Patented Cat Training Seat

The Patented CitiKitty Training Seat and Insert offer a five-step gradual transition from litter box to toilet. CitiKitty accommodates cats of all personalities and does not expect them to adapt in too few steps.

Training Time Length

In one-week intervals you will progress from Ring 1 to Ring 4 in the training and at the completion your cat(s) is toilet trained. At the completion of training no device is needed on your toilet.

Save over $2,000 on Cat Litter

The average American household will spend over $2,000 on kitty litter during a cats lifetime. With CitiKitty you no longer need to buy kitty litter saving you thousands of dollars.

Save Time and No More Litter Mess

Cat owners will clean and scoop their cats litter box over 1400x during their cats lifetime. With CitiKitty you never have to scoop or clean up kitty litter mess again.

Patented CitiKitty Cat Toilet Training Kit
Each CitiKitty Kit Includes: Patented Training Seat & Insert, Training Guide, Tips Guide and Cat Nip
CitiKitty works with:

Older cats, kittens 3-months of age and older, multiple cats simultaneously, large cats and all toilet shapes and sizes guaranteed!


Each CitiKitty Cat Toilet Training Kit Includes:
  • Patented CitiKitty Training Seat (Fits all Toilets Sizes)
  • Patented CitiKitty Training Insert
  • CitiKitty Training Guide
  • CitiKitty Tips Card
  • CitiNip Premium Grade Cat Nip
  • Unlimited Access to the online CitiKitty Training Forum


Important Information

Safety Warning
Safety Label on Packaging- Warning: Keep Away From Small Children. The Thin Film May Cling to Nose and Mouth and Prevent Breathing

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars
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4 star
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2 star
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I left it without any holes for three weeks just to get my cat used to going on the toilet.
J. Rothery
I have been cleaning cat poop and pee from all over the bathroom and have to close off other rooms in the house that they decided to use.
M. Peters
We used to have a cat before we moved, and the reason we didn't get another right away is because we simply didn't like the cat litter.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1,725 of 1,746 people found the following review helpful By Dennis Williams on November 17, 2009
I have been using CittiKitty for a week now and I will continue to update this review as I go through the process. All you have to do is read a few reviews and you should catch on to the fact that this product will not work on every cat. Some cats are stubborn, picky, stuck in their ways, or simply do not have the brain power to make the transition. So I will not be basing my rating on whether or not it works on my specific cat, but the actual product itself and how well it functions.

I skipped some of the opening steps because my cat was already used to having its litter box in the restroom. I simply moved the litter box onto the toilet for one day and then switched to CittiKitty. I have to give fairly high marks for the product construction. It fit my toilet perfectly and is pretty stable. I started using the same litter I have always used, basic Fresh Step clumping litter. My 1 year old cat had no problem using it and never missed a beat.

I recommend switching to flushable litter first and then switching to CittiKitty. I did it in reverse order and it isn't that big of a deal but it is definitely much easier to clean with the flushable litter.

Trust me when I tell you they are not over exaggerating when they talk about how big of a mess will be made using this product. You need to clean it pretty much after every use and litter gets everywhere. My cat is average I suppose when it comes to digging but if you have a cat that likes to throw litter around you better keep a broom and dustpan handy. You would also do well to invest in one of those cans of pressurized air which you can get at best buy.
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496 of 532 people found the following review helpful By Andrea Marcus on April 3, 2006
I got a CitiKitty kit last fall as a bit of a skeptic... now I brag about my toilet-trained cat to strangers in the grocery line. The kit is very straight-forward and simple to use. It sits on the rim of your toilet underneath the seat. You fill it with about a quarter-inch of litter and gradually punch out the holes in the middle so your cat will start going in the water and weaning off of litter. (You do have to get flushable litter to use with it.) I took things super slow with my cat and it was only a couple months before we had eliminated litter completely! She sits on the toilet seat and goes right in the water without any problems whatsoever, all I ever have to do is flush. Everyone compares her to the cat in Meet The Parents. I can't even imagine how I used to live with smelly messy litter in my apartment!
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90 of 93 people found the following review helpful By J. Kelly on July 20, 2013
I wanted to write this review after my cat had 100% finished his CittiKitty training. I read through almost every 400+ review on Amazon when I began this venture, and most of the reviews seemed to get to the third hole without issues and go radio silent. Other reviews seemed too good to be true (OMG! I toilet trained my cat in 12 minutes!). My cat is a 7 year old male, and certainly while I adore him, he's no brainiac. So, I wanted to give my entire experience below.

The subject: A 13-lb, 7 year old male tabby. Healthy. Extremely well litter-trained, never had an accident. Not persinickey about his litter (I buy whatever is on sale.)
Time span: A total of 7 months. Guys, if you have only one toilet in the house, this might be a too long of a haul.
Total accidents: 3, and I was horrified and ready to give up every time
Sacrifices made along the way: one of my favorite rugs, a basket of pillows and linens, a wicker trashcan left too close to the toilet bowl
Things I wish I knew before I started: That would be giving up a toilet in the house for 7 months. That I think for an average cat, the instructions move way, way, WAY too fast. That things might end up covered in pee and poop. That you will become OBSESSIVE over your cat's bowel and bladder function on a daily basis.

I started when we moved to a new place - I wanted him to associate going to the bathroom in ONE NEW PLACE. I didn't set up his litter box (which he has used basically from 6 weeks of age on) at all; I went straight for the CittiKitty setup on a spare toilet, with his leftover litter from the old place. I placed him on top of this setup a few times, just so he knew where he could find litter. Well, apparently my cat can hold his bladder and bowel for three whole days, but on Day 4, success.
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381 of 421 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Andriano on September 19, 2007
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I read several reviews and had some mixed feelings before I purchased the CitiKitty trainer, but I decided to go ahead and give it a shot.

I started off by moving my litter box near the toilet and then elevating it slowly to toilet seat level. After they were well adjusted to jumping on the toilet and entering the litter box, I made the switch to the CitiKitty and removed the litter box from the house. I brought both cats in, set them on it, and gave them so much attention I thought they were going to pur themselves to death. They now love being on the toilet. I put them in the bathroom overnight for the first night only just to help them figure it out. I used the same litter I used to use (flushable) so they would know the smell. I woke up to find several presents buried in the CityKitty and again told them how good of a job they did and gave them more praise and affection. Since then I've been letting them prowl the house and we haven't had a single accident, which is amazing considering how hard it was to train them to go in the litter box at first. I popped out half of the first ring and no one seemed to mind, so after a week I popped out the other half of the first ring and that is my current progress. There still haven't been any accidents, so I plan on working on ring 2 by the middle of next week.

Strength of the Plastic:

I was somewhat skeptical of the people who said it seemed flimsy, and it turns out I was right. I tested the shear strength of the CitiKitty at several different points with multiple types of loading, and it never popped a perforation. I set 20 pound dumbbells across it, olympic style 10, 15, and 20 pound weights, and I put point loads on each of the perforated rings.
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