#3854 Ultimate Litterbox-Not Available on Pioneerpet.com

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Sleek and sturdy plastic litter box

Your cat will love this roomy litter box. Measuring 25″ x 18.5″ x 10.5″, the high sides help prevent litter kick-out. Easy to pick-up and clean, this sturdy and attractive litter box will suit your cat’s instinctual behaviors and that will make you both happy.



Features and Benefits

  • New modern shape compliments any decor
  • Large, over-sized rim for easy handling
  • New ramped sides for handy litter removal


Litter box Solutions:

Fortunately, cats don’t need much training when it comes to the litter box. It is instinctual for them to seek out an easily raked substrate in which to eliminate. A roomy litter box with high sides (to keep the litter from flying out) and a good litter scoop is all you need to keep your tiger coming back. Keep in mind the following feline preferences regarding litter box maintenance:


  1. Cats do not like scented litter.
  2. Cats like a clean litter box.
  3. There should be one litter box per cat in the family, plus one.

For more information about cat behavior see www.catsinternational.org.


SmartCat™ Tips:

  • Provide litter that appeals to your cat. After all, your cat must want to use its litterbox.
  • To each it’s own… litterbox, that is. One box per cat in the household. Also, supply an extra box for those unforeseen emergency instances that may arise – they always do.
  • Place each litterbox in a quiet, private place easily accessible to your cat.
  • Keep in mind that litterbox liners may be irritating to some cats.
  • Confine kittens and new cats to one room until they have used their litterbox consistently for several days. Give them proper time to learn and adapt.
  • Clean them daily… the litterboxes, not your cats. We do that on our own.
  • Have your cat spayed or neutered at or before six months of age to prevent it from marking its territory.
  • If you’d like to learn more about litterbox training and other aspects of feline behavior, visit www.catsinternational.org.