Nature's Miracle Disposable Litter Box Regular, 3-pack
My cat loves this.
My cat and I love this. I originally used this while traveling. My cat liked it so much I continued to use this at home too. It saves a lot of time and effort. Now, litter box duty is not so bad. I scoop everyday and switch out the box and litter once a week or so. My cat thinks she gets new litter every day and is totally spoiled.
August 31, 2015
Ordered this to use in the truck after picking up a new kitten from the airport. I knew she was going to have a long travel day and wanted to provide her with relief before another 45 minute drive home. Between the materials in the truck and the litter box it was perfect to prevent sliding. I filled it enough to keep it from tipping. Worked very well. Transferred it to her temporary kennel while she adjusted to the new house to allow her the permanent litter box and this one. She used both for two weeks and is now down to just the permanent. Will use again for traveling.
August 14, 2015
I have used these boxes for my cat for years. I use one as a liner in the plastic litter pan and dispose of it every week, since I have several cats now. It is easy to get rid of and the cats seem to like it. I have been using the regular size, but I have one "kitten" who is going to be a huge cat and have started putting the giant size in his plastic litter box. Highly recommend these disposable litter boxes.
August 4, 2015
Great litter box!
I have had a variety of (mostly rescued) cats for most of my long life, and I used to provide them with regular plastic litter boxes. Every so often I had to empty and scrub them, or they would get too dirty. One day I found these sturdy disposable boxes, and I quickly became a fan. They last for months (even with my senior cat who likes to do his business near or over the side), but when one gets too dirty, I just haul out a new one and throw the old one in the trash. Good for the environment, good for the cats, and good for an old person like me who no longer wants to scrub litter boxes.
My senior cat Nacho (twice a throw-away cat before he found us), shy Smokey (who came to the back door and volunteered to live with us, and is named after the mascot of the Tennessee Volunteers football team) and our black brother and sister act Ninja and Pandora (rescued and placed by UC Davis Vet School) add their personal endorsement.
June 27, 2015