Cats prefer clean, large, uncovered litter boxes. Ideally, they are at least one-and-a-half times the length of the cat — big enough for the kitty to comfortably fit and turn around in. Having no covers helps these little ones feel safe while they go the bathroom. They can see possible threats and easily exit the box.May 2, 2014
How Much Does Kitty Poo Club Cost? A standard Kitty Poo Club subscription, which includes a bag of litter and a box, costs $21.49 each month.Aug 29, 2022
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- This litter box is also generously sized, so it's ideal for big cats and families with multiple fur babies. It's also a good pick for cats that don't like enclosed boxes. If you can swing the steep price tag, the Litter-Robot 3 can make your cat more comfortable and your life easier.
- To clean the litter box, you simply lift the top sifting liner to separate clumps and solid waste, dispose of the waste, then rotate the liner 180° and place it under the bottom sifting tray. While the longevity of the box will depend on your cat’s litter box habits, the Kitty Sift system should last for up to 4 weeks for one cat.
- Your cat can track litter around via their paws or when they’re kicking it inside the box. If litter scatter is a chronic issue for you, consider enclosed box designs or ones with high walls. In terms of maintenance, evaluate the waste removal system. Does it require scooping or sifting? How often do you need to change the litter?