Whisker City® Cat Jumbo Two Compartment Litter Pan
Love this and so do my cats!!
With 5 inside cats I need large litter boxes. One of my cats was always deficating just over the edge of the other boxes. I tried the big totes and they were ok but this litter box is perfect!! My scoopers fit nicely in the slots. The cats can get in and out easily and kick litter allover and it does't fly outside the box! No over the side accidents and it is easy to clean. Highly recommend!!
September 16, 2014
Finally - litter boxes for BIG cats
We love the big cats like Weegies, Maine Coons, and Ragdolls. In the past, we used dog litter boxes until they were discontinued.
Finally, someone understands that big cats (20+ lbs) aren't fat cats; they're big cats! This litter box is an uber jumbo size. Our latest rescues, Weegies (20+ lbs each) have plenty of room in this litter box.
This box is super big, super sturdy and deep. The sides are high enough to keep 90% of the litter in the box as our Weegies dig to China and pile that litter as high as possible on, ahem, their 'stuff'. We use The World's Best Cat Litter in the gigunda bags and this litter box holds almost 30 lbs of litter. The two scoop holders on one end are really handy even though we use a litter genie.
Because we've suffered so long with litter boxes that couldn't accommodate cats larger than 10 lbs, we have zero complaints. Instead, we have a wish list. Please make the sides even higher, provide a lid that is at least 30" high so that the cats feel safe, and oh, as long as we're asking, please send us a cabana boy to scoop 3-4 times daily (yes, we're those kind of cat parents).
September 15, 2014
I have a soft-spot for animals & have adopted 3 abandoned cats. One is enormous with a pea-sized brain who just cannot seem to get his huge backside into any of the other pans I've used. At one point I even resorted to using under-bed storage boxes but they're hard to keep clean and since they had low sides he still would somehow manage to miss! This box takes care of that, his whole body fits inside the box and even if he goes against the side it's a lot easier to clean (I have learned to spray the pans with a light layer of Pam before filling them with litter to make cleaning easier). If I had to make any changes to this box it would be to the "storage" on the end, the compartments aren't big enough to hold a curved scoop or anything else; they need to be wider to be any use at all, they also need to be detachable so that if any litter makes it into them they can be emptied easily without having to empty the whole pan. Since I can't use them for the scoop, this isn't really an issue, I'd be just as happy if they were left off. I bought a litter ramp to go with this because one of the other adoptees is very tiny, old, and arthritic and cannot even begin to get into this tall of a pan otherwise.
July 27, 2014