Post-cleaning view of the cat litter box. Light sea-foam green container with cat-shaped opening, white litter drawer/tray, and blue shovel tool beside the litter box.
Another post-cleaning view of the cat litter box. Light sea-foam green container with cat-shaped opening, white tray, and blue shovel tool beside the litter box.
Manufacturer's image of an orange and white cat is laying on top of the covered litter box, beside the opening on the top where it could enter. Hanging on the side is a white scooper. On the side of the box is an entrance with a clear door, where the cat could also enter. The shape of the door slightly resembles a cat face with ears. A white tray is pulled part way out, with litter inside out of, showing that the tray can be pulled out fully for cleaning. The color of the box is a very light sea-foam green.
A covered litter box in very slight sea-foam green. The top of the box has slats/grates across the entire thing, except where there is a square opening for a cat to enter or exit. There are three closed walls around the box, and then on one side there is a large opening in the slight shape of a cat head. Inside there is cat poop and litter. The bottom of the box is also a tray that can be pulled out for cleaning. The side of the tray is more of an off-white color.
The covered litter box is sitting on a shelf. The side entrance and the top entrance of the litter box are visible, as are the slats that cover the top of the box. The plastic door is completely open (the clear plastic door is not being used).
The side of the covered litter box with a white scooper hanging off the side. Imprinted on the outside wall are two large paw prints.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Post-cleaning view of the cat litter box. Light sea-foam green container with cat-shaped opening, white litter drawer/tray, and blue shovel tool beside the litter box.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Another post-cleaning view of the cat litter box. Light sea-foam green container with cat-shaped opening, white tray, and blue shovel tool beside the litter box.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, Manufacturer's image of an orange and white cat is laying on top of the covered litter box, beside the opening on the top where it could enter. Hanging on the side is a white scooper. On the side of the box is an entrance with a clear door, where the cat could also enter. The shape of the door slightly resembles a cat face with ears. A white tray is pulled part way out, with litter inside out of, showing that the tray can be pulled out fully for cleaning. The color of the box is a very light sea-foam green.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, A covered litter box in very slight sea-foam green. The top of the box has slats/grates across the entire thing, except where there is a square opening for a cat to enter or exit. There are three closed walls around the box, and then on one side there is a large opening in the slight shape of a cat head. Inside there is cat poop and litter. The bottom of the box is also a tray that can be pulled out for cleaning. The side of the tray is more of an off-white color.
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, The covered litter box is sitting on a shelf. The side entrance and the top entrance of the litter box are visible, as are the slats that cover the top of the box. The plastic door is completely open (the clear plastic door is not being used).
  • Load image into Gallery viewer, The side of the covered litter box with a white scooper hanging off the side. Imprinted on the outside wall are two large paw prints.

Covered Cat Litter Box

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Moerun
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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!

Video Review:

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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