Product Review by Ericka (meet Ericka, here)
Traditional cat litter boxes are not very accessible for wheelchair users. Most people have to put them on the floor, and it's hard to bend over and reach when your core is not very stable. This cat box seems like a great solution! Instead of putting it on the floor like usual, I was able to place it on a table with enough distance for the cat to jump up and in while having it high enough I can see and reach in the front of the box to scoop litter.
The box itself requires a bit of pressure to press the pieces together in construction, but there are only a few pieces so it's not overly complicated. Thank goodness for that. I did have to ask someone else to attach the swing door (which my cats didn't like or use so I just ended up taking it off) and attach the pieces together because I did not have the strength. It's very cute though with a cat head shaped door in the front and very convenient/easy to use. No longer do I have to worry about tipping over while trying to change the litter or worse... getting poop all over my floor!
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Video Review Highlights:
0:10 - Why Ericka, as a wheelchair user, is excited about this covered litter box for her cats
1:22 - Useful features and how Ericka adapted the box
1:58 - Note on the pull-out litter tray
2:18 - Scooping and tips!
4:15 - Thoughts on putting it together
5:35 - Thoughts on independently cleaning this litter box
7:09 - Note on the grates on top of the box & cats getting in and out
7:57 - Preparing for cleaning
9:00 - Happy with the product, final reflections, and recommendation