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Enclosed litter box with a clever top-entry cat litter box design that cats loveEliminates tracking for a more tidy litter box areaVirtually dog-proof, design helps to discourage pooches from playing in your kitty litterReduces cat litter box odor
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will a larger cat be able to use the clever cat top entry litter box?

my cat is 15 pounds, will the top hold him while he climbs in & out? He is a big (not fat) kitty - will he be too tall to stand comfortably inside the box?
asked 2 years, 6 months ago
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My cat is somewhat large, but far from being overweight, and she does not care for the box. The one we used to have was a front entry, and she was able to completely stand up in it, but it was made out of flimsy plastic and the base kept buckling whenever I would try to move it with cat litter in it. The top ended up breaking when something heavy was dropped on it, and we have been having issues with my puppy going hunting for "kitty treats" if she gained entry to the room the box was kept in. I got this hoping we wouldn't have to keep blocking off that half of the house, but since my cat doesn't have enough room to stand in the new box, I may have to take it back. She has to crouch pretty low to move around in it, which makes it hard for her to dig then squat.
answered 11 months ago
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He should be fine as long as he is not obese and would have trouble with a too-big tummy. My 14 pound Maine Coon loves it.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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Richmond, VA
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Large cats can definitely use this litter box. We have a 13lb Ragdoll and she easily gets in and out of the box. The only thing larger cats may experience problems with is the liner and it falling down the walls of the litterbox.
answered 2 years ago
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Southern California
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I have a male MaineCoonand he loves it...without the lid.
answered 2 years ago
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Rancho Mirage CA
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yes my cat is larger tall and just big has no problems
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
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Ultimately you'll only know if you try. Clevercat is a great product. I'd purchase it and return it within the 30-day return period if it does not work. The whole is quite large - 6" in diameter - it will probably work. Good luck. This is an excellent product.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
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Oakland, CA
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No problem-my 23 pound Maine Coon gets in an out
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answered 2 years, 5 months ago
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I have this litter box and yes, your cat will be able to stand in it. It's quite big actually!
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
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New York
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Could you put this one in a room with carpet?

asked 1 year, 6 months ago
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definiitly! It's a great product!
answered 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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IL
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Yes, you could! The grated lid catches all of the stray litter that falls from the cat's feet upon exit.
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answered 10 months ago
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Kansas City, MO
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I think this litter box would work better at controlling litter around the box than a side entry flap litter box.
answered 11 months ago
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Houston, TX
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Yes!!!I have mine on carpet and the litter doesn't track except on the lid. No matter how messy of a cat you have the can spray the walls, fling the litter and it stays put in the box!
answered 1 year ago
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Roseburg, Or
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Yes! Does best in a corner. My son's cats love this box. (They jumped in it--with the lid on-- before we even put the litter in it!) And no seepage of urine around the seam. A lot less tracking now, too.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
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don't see why not. would probably work best on carpet compared to any other litter box:)
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
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I do not recommend this product unless you want to encourage your cat to urinate on your carpet or elsewhere-avoid hooded enclosed boxes especially this one that does not have easy or friendly access.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
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i NEED SOMETHING THAT MY RAT TERRIER CAAN NOT GET INTO AND A 8 WEEK OLD KITTEN CAN GET INTO

LITTER BOXC\
asked 2 years, 3 months ago
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My youngest was 6 months old when I bought this product, and she used it just fine. But - my Bichon Frise loved to visit the litter boxes, and I've had zero incidents with this new box! He really physically just can't reach the opening.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
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Poughkeepsie, NY.
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An 8 week old kitten is probably not big enough to use this yet. And I doubt anything less than a baby gate will discourage a rat terrier :)
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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Richmond, VA
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Box is going to be too high for an 8 week old kitten to climb into
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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I have a Miniature Pinscher. He doesn't try to get into this litterbox. He knows it's there and smells it but has never even tried to jump on it. I'm sure if he REALLY wanted to he could get in it but he would have to go through the hole on top since it closes. As far as your 8 week old kitten. If she can jump about a foot/foot and a half, then she will be able to use it. I kept the lid off for a day to make sure my cat would use it and then put the lid on the next day and it's been great.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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Nashville, TN
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I would highly recommend this litterbox to keep your dog out, and the kitten should have no problems getting in & out. I have a Labrador & he doesn't get into the Clevercat litterbox.
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answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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Hooper, UT
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Then get this. My chihuahua used to get in the pan...but not this one
answered 2 years ago
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Rancho Mirage CA
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This will be a perfect litter box also for that reason.You just have to show the kitten how to get in the box at first
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
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How difficult is it to scoop the box since it is so deep?

asked 8 months ago
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so easy!! I do not use liners either. I just keep about 4 inches of litter in it
answered 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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IL
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It is no more difficult that emptying a tall sided litter box.
answered 6 months ago
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Versailles, KY
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Not a problem, it is wide enough so your arms will not be touching the walls. But either way the walls do not get dirty since the cat does its business on the litter.
answered 7 months ago
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It is very easy to scoop. This litter box is only deep, because there is a lid on it. I made the mistake of putting too much litter into the box and it became too high (inside) for the cats to stand in there to use the litter. Remember, this is a covered litter box … in reverse. Just pretend that it is a shallow box and only put the same amount of litter in it, as you would a shallow box.
I hope this explanation helps, as this litter box is nothing short of Brilliant !!
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answered 7 months ago
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Not difficult at all. The hole in the top is large enough to reach through or the top comes off easily.
answered 7 months ago
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Not difficult at all. The lid comes off, it's pretty much the same as scooping any other box.
answered 8 months ago
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Easy to scoop. You just open up the door. It's not very deep, no deeper than an actual litter box.
answered 8 months ago
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Portland, OR
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can an older cat use the covered litter container? a small older cat?

can older cats get in and out okay?
asked 2 years, 11 months ago
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That depends on how agile the cat is, and if it has bad arthritis I wouldn't force it to use this litter box. As for small, the hole is actually easier for a small cat than a huge fat cat!
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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Richmond, VA
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Our 16 yr. old small kitty has no issues. We're even purchasing a second letterbox of this kind to help out since she is getting older and moving around the house less than she use to.
answered 2 years ago
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Plano, TX
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No problem Just make sure you show them how to get in at first
answered 2 years, 1 month ago
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kenosha wisc
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Absolutely! Our cat was 12 when we first bought it, & it only took her 3 days to get used to it. The directions told us how to wean her to it. She's also very tiny - less than 7 pounds.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
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Tucson, AZ
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My older cat (5 yrs) took to the new box right away, and she is a small cat. Because the top of the box is reinforced, they can jump up on it before jumping down into the box
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
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Adrian, MI
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Absolutely!! I did put a small step stool next to the box for my 11 year old fat cat who just wasn't sure of jumping up. She's doing fine and definitely loves this box. (and yes she can fit through the opening in the lid!) Bubbles weighs in at 20 pounds & has no difficulty at all.
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would this be good for my 5 month old kittens their big though?

one is fat and the other one is normal and can jump pretty high
asked 2 years ago
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the box is really not that high for a kitten to jump into. most felines can make easy work of the top entry
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
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Honolulu,Hawaii
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My big 14lb. cat, as well as my 12lb, and 7lb. cats can all easily use this box. I can't really see my friend's 19lb. cat being able to use it - but most small to husky cats should fit. ^_^
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
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I think so, yes
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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My 4 month old kittens are fine as long as I put enough litter in it.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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Richmond, VA
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I would think so! Kittens are very active so I'm sure you probably get a lot of litter on the floor. This litterbox, Clevercat, will really help prevent that! :)
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
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Yes, my kitties get in & out of the litterboxes very easily
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Does the litter box require the liners or can it be used without?

asked 9 months ago
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I do not use the liners and it is simple to clean. I keep about 4 inches of litter in it.
answered 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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IL
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They are not required but if you have ever used any litter box from the very cheapest to the most expensive automatic types you will know that sooner or later you will have to clean the bottom out with a hose pipe or something...accept for the litter genie but I have never had a litter genie so I do not know, but I would assume you would have to clean the arm off or something every now and then of the litter genie. But at any rate concerning the clevercat: the liner will definitely make it a lot easier on you when the litter becomes so old and ineffective that it must be changed out with new litter, you just pull the liner off, tie it up, and throw it away. So no you don't have to have a liner but it certainly would make any litter box easier and faster to clean and the they make them to fit this one perfectly.
answered 7 months ago
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I am using this without the liner. Will just need to scrub it out as needed.
answered 7 months ago
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It can definitely be used without the liners. I actually am not able to use the liners because my cats shred them. I ended up with the plastic laying across the litter instead of up the side of the box. But it's fine without the liners, I just occasionally empty and wash the boxes.
answered 8 months ago
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I am not using the liners...I prefer to just dump all my litter rather than scoop. I am using recycled paper litter.
answered 8 months ago
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You don't have to use liners, in fact sometimes the cats like to scratch after using the litter pan and shred the liners. Just use some bleach and water when you empty the litter pan.
answered 8 months ago
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will a 8 week old kitten be alble to use this box?

asked 3 years, 1 month ago
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At eight weeks I doubt it. They have to be able to climb or jump to the top.
answered 6 months ago
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Versailles, KY
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The kitten probably needs to get a little older and bigger to use this.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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Richmond, VA
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My 7 week old helped himself into it...and I had a smaller box next to it. He wants to be a bug boy!
answered 2 years ago
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Rancho Mirage CA
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Mty baby kitty is 1 year old but very small. She loves this box so much she'll either just lay in it or lay outside of it to guard it from my older cats!
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
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If your kitten can jump up on a sofa then they will be able to use this litter box. My kittens are a couple months older but they knew instantly how to get on top and use it. They couldn't wait for me to get it ready. I love it.
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answered 2 years, 11 months ago
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Absolutely, with no problem! :-)
answered 3 years ago
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Cary,NC
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Where do you find the liners for this Cleavercat top entry litterbox?

asked 2 years, 6 months ago
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I get them through the petco website
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I found them at Petco. though expensive. The right size of garbage bags from a grocery store may be cheaper and just as effective. However, while the liners fit the box really well, my cat manages to pull them down easily, even with the lid on securely. He also easily scratches throw the plastic in attempts to cover the litter making big holes in the plastic liner. There I find the liners useless but your cat may be more 'liner compatible', :-)
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they sell liners on petco.com. I personally have found that they are not necessary. since the mess is contained within the container a few quick tilts forward and back and the mess dislodges and is easily scoopable.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
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I don't use them as they don't stay secure.
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petco
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I used tall kitchen garbage bags but not anymore
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
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Is this product sold in stores?

asked 3 years, 1 month ago
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Yes. I actually went to the local Petco to take a good look at it before purchasing.
answered 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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3kittyfam
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yes, I bought mine in the store. same price, could talk with staff.
answered 11 months ago
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petco
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Yup! I got mine at petco a while ago, and whenever I go past the litter boxes while I'm in petco getting food I see them there
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
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New York
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Yes, they carry these boxes in my local store.
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What makes this any different from a $5 storage bin with a hole cut in the lid?

asked 6 months ago
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I don't think you could cut a hole that would be smooth. It is a thicker lid than a storage box too with deep grooves that trap litter like a mat would so there is virtually no tracking.
answered 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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It is a good quality bin, and the lid is very sturdy. You should take a good look at one at your local Petco or other pet supplies place. The opening is smooth -- if you cut the hole yourself, you could probably address any rough or sharp edge with duct tape, I suppose. The textured lid is really effective at catching any stray litter as the cat exits.
answered 4 months, 3 weeks ago
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The top/lid has a grooved surface which traps litter tracked out of the box. It can easily be dumped back into the box when scooping by tipping the lid over the box.
answered 5 months ago
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California
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Obviously, it looks nicer. The muted color blends in with any room. The ribbed top catches most loose litter from their feet and you can just dump it back in.
answered 6 months ago
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What are the dimensions of the top entry cat litter box?

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20x15x15
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dimensions are given in the website description. They are accurate. 20" L X 15" W
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The one I purchased was: 20" L X 15" W X 15" H
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Could I get the dimensions on this litter box?

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20inchesx15inchesx15inches deep
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20 inches long, 15 inches wide, 14-1/2 inches tall, and the circular opening is 9 inches in diameter
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what are the dimensions of the Clevercat Top Entry Litter Box?

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14-1/2" wide, 20" long, 14-1/2" tall, and the entry is 9" in diameter
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I don't have the measurements in front of me but whatever they have posted for measurement's is for the top area of the box. the base is about 16"x10" . I find my elderly cat doesn't spend time in the box to cover anything because she feels a little confined. However, the problem of having urine get between the top and bottom of a litter box is solved and no leaks onto the floor. I wouldn't not suggest this for a large cat.
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Hello,do you also sent/ship to Germany ?

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Yes, we do! Just click the yellow International Checkout button after you add the product to your cart.
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will one cat really allow other cats to use this one litter box? Isn't it a territorial thing, or is it a sanitary thing to have one box per cat?

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hello,
it depends on the cat. some will share, some will not. one litterbox per cat is best, but if it's more than 2 cats, an additional litterbox is suggested. thank you.
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