Collapsible, covered design with a wax-coated litter tray. Entrance is elevated to help keep litter contained. Box comes with crystal litter that controls odor, plus 8 disposable scoops.
Litter box is a bit flimsy and doesn't always stay together once assembled. Securing it with tape helps. Leaks are possible.
Crafted of recycled paper that's reasonably durable and biodegradable. Each box may last as long as 4 weeks. Can be used alone or to line reusable litter boxes. Come in a pack of 3.
Customers who have used these for years say they are smaller, less absorbent, and not as effective at controlling odor as previous boxes.
Made of biodegradable recycled paper that's free of harsh chemicals. Pack of 5 boxes includes litter that's made of environmentally friendly paper pellets. Each box lasts for up to a week.
Boxes are fairly small and shallow. Litter isn't very absorbent and doesn't control odor very well.
Easy-to-use trays that stack together nicely so there's always a clean one available when needed. Made of recycled plastic that resists odor. Pack of 50 is a good deal.
Plastic isn't very thick or durable. Trays are shallow, which can result in urine on floors or walls.
Foldable and transportable covered litter boxes that are ideal for travel. Lightweight and easy to set up. They also have wide, cat-friendly openings. Come in a pack of 10.
Although coated, the bottoms are prone to leaking. Not very sturdy or effective at controlling odor.
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