Looks nice and discreet in my living room. My cats often sit on it and look out the window, and it’s even sturdy enough for me to sit on it too. It’s big enough inside to have room for a large hooded litter box, with room to spare. It’s been 4 months and haven’t had any issues.
It took literally 1 minute to assemble. She loves it. It’s her own personal space where she has privacy.
We were getting really tired of cat litter all over the bathroom floor.. this is a great option!!
I absolutely love the size and how my chunky 12lbs and 15lbs cats have space to move inside as they please, i love the top part where they can chill and look out the window.
My cat LOVES this. He hangs out in his cubby! It's in my spare bathroom....Nobody uses it to shower so it's perfect for this setup.He always had an enclosed litter box. He is a big digger and kickerBut he is a big boy and he needed a bigger box but nobody made one big enough.I am so glad I found this. It had made a huge difference in containing the cat litter.More importantly He Loves It!Set up is easy.
The litter box privacy screen was simple to assemble and more sturdy than I expected. The corner clips are tough to get into place completely but once attached they stay put. I used the two pack to create the privacy shield for the large litter box plus litter genie with a narrow opening for entrance/exit and hope it will help keep stray litter from being tracked out of the area as much.
This mat combined with this wall is PERFECT! I actually have a smaller "doormat" type mat in the front as well, but the litter hits the wall and comes back down into the litter box or on the mat. Then when cleaning I can roll the sides of the mat up and dump back into the litter box. The mat also helps get that litter out from between his toes. I do wipe down the inside of the walls because there was a gray line from the litter, but I would definitely buy this for someone else and buy again if I ever need to!
I have 4 cats and 5 litter boxes… I use these on two of the boxes. My orange cat is a real “slinger” and throws the kitty litter a good distance… until now. These have really helped and the kitty litter is now much easier of a job to clean/control
Jessica L. Presutto
My chihuahua has been litterbox trained since she was a puppy. When it's nice out she goes outside but still uses the "box" at night or when we are not home. She always has access to it. She is now 14 and has taken to eating the litter as well as dirt! We do not have cats so there isn't any cat poop to eat. This problem arises just like licking their paws. It could be allergies(haven't changed her food), boredom or senility.
I really like the idea as we are potty training and live on an upper floor. Overall, it works out well! It doesn’t smell (unless you are cleaning it) and it is taking a lot of work but my puppy is almost 100% potty trained on it!
The grass is high quality, the tray not as high but serviceable. Our pup likes using the grass over the pee pads but we had to scent it to get him to start using it. The second piece of grass is the same size as the crate and he loves sleeping and relaxing on it.
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I like that it’s easy to clean you just rinse off and replace the pee pad, it’s perfect size for training a small puppy. The second piece of grass is useful if you want to have a spare when you’re cleaning the other that was a nice touch what I don’t like it is that it’s a bit small and also the P pad that came with it is somewhat of an irregular size, so I will probably have to buy bigger sizes and cut smaller.