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Clevercat Top Entry Litterbox

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  • Clever top entry design that cats love
  • Eliminates tracking and is virtually dog-proof
  • Reduces litterbox odor
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Clevercat Top Entry Litterbox + Clevercat Jumbo Liners for Clevercat Top Entry Litter Box, 10-Pack + Precious Cat Ultra Premium Clumping Cat Litter, 40 pound bag
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 15 x 15 inches ; 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0002ZS20I
  • Item model number: 77000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (901 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #879 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

The award-winning clevercat top entry litter box nearly eliminates tracking, prevents over-the-edge spills and reduces odor. Excellent for cats that love to dig and kick litter. Clevercat is dog-proof from most dogs. Cats and kittens adapt quickly and love the privacy. Use with or without liners. Using clevercat custom heavy-duty liners allows for quick, easy and sanitary litter box changes. Not recommended for disabled, elderly or very large cats. Litter box measures 20-inch x 15-inch x 15-inch with a 9-inch diameter entry.


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Customer Reviews

Our cat took to it right away and has had no problems using it.
R. Moreno
I love this litter box for keeping the litter tracking and odors to a minimum.
Tammy Diefenderfer
No more peeing over the side of the box or scattered litter everywhere.
Johnathon Molloy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

786 of 799 people found the following review helpful By Doc Dave on June 17, 2007
Length: 0:38 Mins
I've tried several types of litterboxes and this one has been the best by far. Nothing else seemed to keep litter off the floor, but this design has really cut down on the number of times we have to sweep around and underneath the box. We have 2 average-sized cats (9-12 lbs; names Stinky and Number 2), living with us in very small apartment. I know that at least 2 litterboxes are recommended, but this is just not realistic in a place like ours. Anyway, one cat (Stinky) apparently has NO scratch instinct and consistently drops his loads in the box and runs off without covering them up. The other cat (#2) is fastidious. After doing her business she will tidily cover the offender within seconds, then continues to paw at the litter for about 5 minutes, or until someone chases her out. She is also not content to just scratch the litter, but scratches the floor and walls around the box too. With other boxes (including covered ones) we had to live with cleaning up litter around the box everyday, and often she'd eject poop onto the floor (a real problem, and especially nasty when the projectile happened to be a non-litter-encrusted log from the non-scratching cat. After trying all kinds of covers and mats, I finally decided to try the Clevercat. I cringed at spending $30 for what looked like a $5 rubbermaid tub whose lid was corrugated and had a hole in it, and I doubted whether my idiosyncratic cats would accept this contraption as a toilet. They took right to it though, and I have been thoroughly impressed with the results. It is sort of infuriating that it costs so much for such a simple design, but personally I'd rather pay for it than simply cutting a hole in the lid of a bargain tub as another reviewer has suggested.Read more ›
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409 of 423 people found the following review helpful By Fuji VINE VOICE on September 16, 2007
I have 2 large (17 lb) cats who tend to tip over the front door style boxes. For one of my cats, this was the perfect box. He could scratch and fling and there was no tracking. Perfect. Our other cat was a different story. She did not like going down into the box and at first she was clever and sat on the top and did her business into the hole, just like using a toilet. Good kitty!!! But then, she got sloppy and would just go anywhere on the top of the box. Ick. Bad Kitty!!! That was the end of that. Since it's just a glorified rubbermaid box, it now holds kindling wood in our garage. So, if it hadn't been for our stupid cat,this would have been the perfect litter box. Oh well, I'm still looking.
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232 of 243 people found the following review helpful By Kate Tornay on March 20, 2008
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Living in a studio with two cats has not made me a Zen-like child of the Earth. Not only does my black tom nip me awake at 6AM just to stare at me, my tabby unloads some of the most unholy waste in this hemisphere. Why?

He doesn't bury his crap.

Whatever feline instinct is supposed to trigger that dig-and-cover behavior was apparently eradicated from his simian-faced gene pool. Which means that every time he hops in the box, he kicks about a pound of sand onto the floor, drops his load, and then sprints around the apartment like a PCP-fueled dervish.

While Clevercat hasn't improved his manners in the slightest, it is the ONLY litter box I've found that will contain his sand-flinging episodes effectively. Even better-- the little grooves on the top of the box mean that most of the excess litter gets trapped up top. Which means less bacteria-laden grit clinging to my toes.

Five stars for ZERO learning curve, sand that stays in the box, and depth enough to provide a satisfying amount of grit for my kitties to befoul.
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189 of 211 people found the following review helpful By A. Cain on March 10, 2005
I've been through MANY litter boxes, and this one is just great. My cats got used to it very quickly and it has really reduced the amount of litter I have to sweep up. I also no longer have to clean up after one cat who doesn't have great aim (she always aims high, so there would be urine between the box and the lid of my old litter boxes). I've never really done the liner thing because they are so expensive, but I read on another site that you can use 30 gallon trash bags instead of buying the liners. I tried it out, and they fit and work perfectly (I've been using outdoor bags since they are thicker than kitchen bags). I highly recommend this box!
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316 of 360 people found the following review helpful By M. Brooks on September 19, 2008
Length: 0:21 Mins
I couldn't bring myself to pay $30 for a glorified plastic bin, so I made my own for about 1/3 of the price using a plastic tub (~$7) and a small towel (~$5). I used an Exacto knife (you could also use a small saw) to cut the hole in the lid, sanded down the edges of the hole and covered them with electric tape, and hot glued down the towel (to help pick up stray litter, you could also use a doormat or litter mat). This litter box is the best that I have tried so far. I had a traditional covered litter box before, and I had to sweep out my bathroom floor every day or two. I also tried an automatic scooping litter box, but my cat was afraid of it and refused to use it.

To help my 7 year-old cat adjust, I left his old traditional covered litter box out after I made this one but did not scoop it out, and after about a week, he switched to this new one and seems to love it. And I love it too because I only sweep up litter about once a week now!
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