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Semi-enclosed Anti-splash Cat Litter Box

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Original price $102.00
Original price $87.00 - Original price $102.00
Original price $102.00
Current price $51.00
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Current price $51.00
Color: Grey

Semi Enclosed Kitty Litter Box for Those Who Likes Open Space

Does your cat prefer a litter box that is covered or uncovered? Cats who enjoy the open area should use a semi-enclosed kitten litter box. Our kitten litter box includes a scoop with a special card slot. As a result, it does not obstruct the cat's potty space while also preventing cat litter scoop from getting spread everywhere. This box-style provides plenty of area for your cat to explore. There are two sizes to choose from. The small one measures 40 x 33.5 x 12 cm, while the large one measures 48 x 40 x 14 cm.

How to Choose Better Cat Litter Trays for Your Cat

Cat litter trays are required for all indoor-only cats as well as felines with limited outdoor access. Even if your cat is free to wander, litter trays are strongly suggested. It will aid in the prevention of inconvenient mishaps!

The recommended litter tray size, according to most veterinarians, is "one and a half times the length of your cat, from their snout to the base of their tail." This allows your cat to walk about, dig, and hide without feeling limited.

The minimum size recommended is approximately 49cm by 38cm, which is commonly referred to as "Jumbo" or "Extra Large" size by tray manufacturers.

According to research, cats like a litter depth of about 3cm in their tray.

If you are giving a litter box for a kitten, you should start with a much smaller one and gradually enlarge it as they develop.

Open or Close - Which Cat Litter Trays are Better?


There is no conclusive answer here. Some cats prefer a semi-enclosed kitty litter box, while others do not. Of course, it's impossible to predict which "camp" your cat will belong to.

So you can go either way here, or you can try it out by providing your cat with a variety of boxes to pick from. Just be prepared to adapt if your cat begins to express a definite preference one way or the other.

If you adopt the "covered" approach, make sure the opening isn't too small or difficult to access, and be prepared to switch to uncovered boxes if your cat develops asthma or arthritis.