It’s probably my best cat-related purchase, and I’m endlessly happy I’ve spared no expense on this litter tray.
When choosing a cat litter tray, the most important for me were its dimensions. I wanted it to be compact yet spacious and comfortable for my cat. I think these are perfect:
- Total: 56 x 40 x 42.5 cm (L x W x
- Inner: 49 x 36 x 36.5 cm (L x W x
- Entry: approx. 24.5 x 23.5 cm (W x
- Litter scoop: approx. 55 x 37 x 11 cm (L x W x
- Entry height: 13.5cm
- Storage drawer: approx. 13 x 17 x 5 cm (L x W x
I also wanted a drawer to remove the tray.
There is a special liner for litter bags, but I don’t use any.
The upper part of the litter contains all the necessary stuff: there is a removable carbon filter which helps to avoid unpleasant odours (it came with the litter tray) and a scoop; a carry handle and the litter bags compartment.
The little scoop is a bit unhandy, and this is probably the only minus. I just use my old one.
My cat doesn’t kick as much litter out of the litter box as he did before. Problem solved. Now only the litter that gets stuck to his paws comes out, because it is finely ground and cheap.
And there is much less odour now!
In the first hours, my cat couldn’t figure out that it’s his litter tray now. He slept there stubbornly
But by the evening, he knew what to do and he still uses the tray properly.
We’ve been using the litter tray for 6 months now, and it still looks brand new, without any cracks whatsoever.
The litter tray fits into our design and our guests sometimes don’t realize this is a cat’s toilet.
If you are worried that your cat may refuse to use the hooded litter tray for the first time, I can recommend you to remove the transparent swing door or pull out the tray.