Best Hooded Cat Litter Pans

Updated January 2019
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    A hooded cover on a cat litter pan keeps odors from spreading through a whole room or area. A filter absorbs trapped odors and helps keep your home from smelling like a litter box. Hooded litter pans also help prevent your cat from making too much of a mess. Despite the enclosed construction, hooded models usually open up completely to help make cleanup easy. A hooded pan is best suited for cats who enjoy digging and scattering litter, and since they are typically larger than standard litter boxes, they’re a good choice for homes with multiple cats. Certain kitties may prefer hooded boxes because of the added privacy they provide.

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