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Catit Jumbo Hooded Cat Litter Pan - Warm Gray
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- Provides your cat with privacy while retaining their litter inside the pan
- Large hood lifts up for easy access for cleaning
- Perfect for multi-cat households
- Dimension: 22.4” x 18.3” x 17” (L x H x W), Door opening: 10.4″ x 9.6″ (H x W)
- Made of BPA-Free Materials
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|Item Dimensions||17 x 22 x 18.3 in||21.25 x 23.5 x 10.5 in||15.25 x 19.5 x 17.5 in||15 x 19 x 11.75 in||15.25 x 19.5 x 17.5 in||15 x 19 x 17 in|
|Item Weight||5.05 lbs||7.6 lbs||5.18 lbs||1.96 lbs||5.18 lbs||1.62 lbs|
The Catit Jumbo Hooded Cat Pan provides privacy while retaining the litter inside the pan. The large hood lifts up for easy access for cleaning, while the built-in bag anchor helps keep the bag open and frees hands for scooping. The carbon-impregnated filter effectively traps and removes litter box odors. The door opening measures 10.4 inches by 9.6 inches. The Catit Jumbo Hooded Cat Pan is ideal for multi-cat households. Replacement carbon filters sold separately.
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In any case, without the flap, the cats had no problems or fear of the new box. It was more than big enough for even my largest cat, who bounces between 16-18lbs and is basically a domesticated panther. The back was high enough that none of them could pee such that the liquid would run out the seam. Another reviewer complained about the plastic lip making up the floor of the doorway making it difficult to scoop, but there's no issue there; just come at it from a different angle (back going towards front) and it's fine. Additionally, unless you plan on moving this box a lot, there's no real reason to lock the top down, so you can lift the top off completely to scoop your poop, too. I noticed that the plastic seems to be coated with something non-stick, none of the waste sticks to the box, which was nice; everything slid off slicker than sh_t (ha!). I suspect that will change over time in spots where they pee most often, though, the urine will likely etch the plastic and ruin the non-stick effect.
I will update this once the cats have had time to use the shaved door flap. For now, I've uploaded a number of pictures with a ruler, a soda can and cats for size reference. The orange cat is a little dude of around 8lbs, the black one is my house panther and is twice the size of the orange one.
"[This thing] is big. Really big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is."
When it first arrived, my wife messaged me asking why I had bought a Hummer instead of a catbox. She then sent me a picture of our 3-year old laying INSIDE the (brand-new, not pooped-in) catbox. This thing is so big, you won't even be able to find any liners to fit it. We told the pet store owner we needed JUMBO liners, he gave us JUMBO liners. We now have a cat trampoline.
In our quest to find the right liners for this HUGE catbox, we stumbled upon Catit's own line of liners. I can't imagine how big things must be over at the Catit factory, but the liners that fit this specific catbox are called REGULAR (http://www.amazon.com/Catit-Litter-Liner-Pack-Size/dp/B00RVXEADM/). They also have a JUMBO size liner for body disposal.
Arrived in great condition, no parts deformed or warped to report. After assembly, swinging door works well and clears its opening. Hood fits well and stays put, enough so that I don't use the four side locks.
Added a few photos that may assist in showing the size of this litter box. It is quite large. Photo's show the Catit Jumbo Hooded box next to a very common storage tub and that is in a size that many use. It is 18 gallons. Also, looking at the labels off both (see 3rd pic) pretty close in dimensions.
Prior to purchasing the Catit, made a make shift litter box out of the tub to mainly see if the two cats would take to a hooded style. The total project cost of my homemade unit was $6 dollars. Honestly, it works very well. Both cat like to climb on top of it, made for a nice feeding station.
Both cats are using their new Catit. First concern was how high in the front it is but they don't seem to mind climbing in. As far as the swinging door, have simply left it folded over the top so far.
Like the size for two cats. Holds a lot of litter, guessing I put about 25 lbs of a 40 lb box in it.
While the construction is good and materials are at least that of the storage tub shown in the pictures, not sure I would trust the handle or locks when moving it with 25 lbs of litter.
Working out well. Factor the price paid along with features, clean look and ease of maintenance, find it a good value and can easily recommend.
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1: The door does not really function well if you have larger cats and I...Read more