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Litter Kwitter Toilet Training System
- Train your cat to use a human toilet in 8 weeks or less
- No more mess, no more germs, no more smells, no more hassle
- The training is easy for cat owners to understand and use
- Comes with a standard white seat that fits most standard toilet seats
- Developed with animal behaviorists, vets and cat breeders to make sure they work with the cat's natural instincts
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Cats bury their waste in a litter tray to hide the odor from predators. This is a survival instinct. When they use the toilet instead of the litter tray the water in the pan hides the odor more effectively and the cat is satisfied. The Litter Kwitter leads the cat through three stages of behavior modification to teach the cat how to balance on the toilet, how to aim correctly into the pan and finally how to go without the need for litter.
It fits all standard toilets and ships with a step-by-step training DVD plus a full color instruction book so anyone can do it. The special white seat starts on the floor next to the toilet with the red training disc full of litter just like their regular litter tray. Later, the whole thing is placed on the toilet rim so your cat learns to hop up to go. This take around 2-3 weeks on average.
This award-winning product is sold in over 40 countries and has appeared on TV hundreds of times including BBC 1, BBC2, HGTV, Fox News, CNN and NBC.
Color: Red, Green Amber and white
Top Customer Reviews
For one thing, unless you're at home all day, it is simply not possible to train your cats to use this thing. But even if you are home all day, like me, be aware that the price tag on the Litter Kwitter is nonsense. You're going to go through more cleaning supplies than you ever have in your life as your cats fight using this thing every step of the way. I tried this out in the hopes my cats wouldn't track litter all over the apartment anymore; I've swept up more litter and mopped more times in the last three months than the prior two years of cat ownership.
Then, unless you want to set up a base camp in the bathroom like David Attenborough and live there while your cats are learning for months - and it will take months, if it works at all - you're going to need to invest in a baby camera to monitor the situation. Cats don't want to feel plastic or porcelain under their paws as they dump; they want to feel sand, and that's how they'll sit, with their front paws in the litter and their ass hanging over the edge, going directly onto the floor. So every time you notice them squaring up, you'll need to run in there and spin them around. Every time. For months.
They might understand, they might not. They'll pee in it, but they won't poop. They'll poop in it, but they'll pee in the bathtub. If one cat uses it, the other will go somewhere else. If one cat pees in it and it goes uncleaned for fifteen minutes because you went to the store, that same cat will poop somewhere else. They'll hold all their waste in for two days, wait until you're asleep, and then go wherever they want.
If your cats seem comfortable and have been hitting the mark for a couple weeks while you pump them full of treats for every success, don't worry, you can ruin all that just by switching to the next tray. And if you just switched from the solid red tray to the orange one they can see the water through, God help you, because they lose all association with the toilet as a place they should evacuate waste. This is something I think is disingenuous of Litter Kwitter: they sell intermediary trays, found under "Doogie's Litter Kwitter Toilet Training MultiKatKit" which are absolutely necessary. The hole in the standard orange tray is large enough for a cat to fit their head through, and completely puts them off using the system. Many other users have said as much.
So, as a final tally: buy Litter Kwitter, quit your job, buy a baby camera, buy the absolutely necessary "optional" kit, buy a palette of cleaning supplies, never sleep, monitor the toilet cam, explain to suspicious friends why you have a camera pointed at your toilet, alienate your cats by shutting them in the bathroom at night, feel sad that they aren't sleeping on your bed anymore, leave the door open again, wake up to pee in your bed, wash your sheets, clean caked-on pee out of the tray, sweep up litter, glance at the toilet cam and see a dark blob on the floor next to the toilet that you missed because you had to do something else for five God-damned minutes, pick up poop, mop, regress to the previous tray for three weeks, try switching in the next tray again, get lulled into a false sense of security when there are no accidents for a few days, then walk out into the living room and sit down on a pee-saturated couch.
Then write an Amazon review while you order a litter box.
Update 12/2016: Adopted another feral kitten and he is now toilet trained too! Have faith in your cat, they can do it!
If I could go back 13 years I would tell my past self (full time student who also worked) to just ***invest the extra $ into this kit.*** Time and sanity are priceless.
To spend $40-$50 still makes me shudder a tiny bit, but it's so worth it. Between the materials and time I'm sure I invested a lot more than $50 back then. I bought different baking tin sizes to transition them from a large litter pan to a small litter pan. Then I cut up multiple tins (they got so gross) and used lots of duct tape to shape it to fit in the toilet without the cats falling in if they stepped in the tin. Eventually I only needed the tin rim (no litter) to cue the kitty which toilet was his. My Bengal was successful with the toilet training. His Persian brother... Mmmmm.... Not so much. He was much too refined for such things I suppose. Haha
I had also purchased the CitiKitty toilet training kit. What a waste. It was flimsy & there was no going back when I advanced a cat too fast. That's what turned me off the kits and why I made all of mine... Until now.
Once again I have two cats and I'm starting the toilet training process again. The white portion that goes over the toilet is stable (the clips easily fall off but you can glue those back on). For the early stages of the litter box on the floor, the white portion w/red disc are stable on the floor too.
This kit saves you time in ways that I hope you never have to know (unless you like cutting and duct taping...). I'll try to update this review later as kitties progress & w/some pictures.
-Purchase 'Doogie's multikat kit' extra discs. It allows a cat to progress more smoothly with the holes. I purchased mine from Petsmart w/free shipping because on Amazon it was almost the same price as the kit