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Curver Cat Litter Box £30.00 online, C&C & instore at Wilko (Black & White)

£30.00 @ Wilko (Wilkinson)
This cat litter box has rave reviews, stops any unpleasant smells coming from the litter tray and doesn't look too bad in the process. £35-£40 on Amazon at the moment, so a bit cheaper and you're … Read More
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10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
This cat litter box has rave reviews, stops any unpleasant smells coming from the litter tray and doesn't look too bad in the process.

£35-£40 on Amazon at the moment, so a bit cheaper and you're able to see how they look in store
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10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
I've got one looks very similar to this if not the same and I paid £50 for it, so heat added
#2
Photographed with tray in the wrong way round!
Though this was good a while ago but they were out of stock until recently.
#3
Nice! Got two kittehs on the way, this'll do the job. Quidco have 10% off £50 purchases making two of these £54, very cheap.

For those buying a single litter tray, 7% for a £31 purchase or 4% for a £30 purchase.... I'll let you lot do the maths on that one...

Edited By: gbmcginty on Sep 06, 2016 13:19
#4
There are some comments about cat pee leaking out the back as the tray does not fit flush but otherwise such a good idea!
#5
Ta, ordered.
#6
Just say no. It's not for the cat benefit, pooping in an enclosed plastic box, it's for the person's. I doubt it would even be big enough for a male cat to turn around in comfortably.
#7
moneysavingkitten
Just say no. It's not for the cat benefit, pooping in an enclosed plastic box, it's for the person's. I doubt it would even be big enough for a male cat to turn around in comfortably.

And you would be wrong. I've seen an adult maine **** use one without any issues.
#8
doboworth
moneysavingkitten
Just say no. It's not for the cat benefit, pooping in an enclosed plastic box, it's for the person's. I doubt it would even be big enough for a male cat to turn around in comfortably.
And you would be wrong. I've seen an adult maine **** use one without any issues.

No need to swear at me, but I couldn't agree with you less. It's width is barely bigger than a sheet of A4 paper. Just because your cat can pull it off, doesn't mean it's comfortable.

Even with the best intentions these stink inside very quickly. They just don't smell outside to their owners. Who wants to be stuck inside a plastic hot box with their own poop?

Most cats I've seen using a tray like to lean their head over the edge plus when they are moving around their tails etc are over the edge of the tray giving them more space, which is impossible in these.
#9
moneysavingkitten
doboworth
moneysavingkitten
Just say no. It's not for the cat benefit, pooping in an enclosed plastic box, it's for the person's. I doubt it would even be big enough for a male cat to turn around in comfortably.
And you would be wrong. I've seen an adult maine **** use one without any issues.
No need to swear at me, but I couldn't agree with you less. It's width is barely bigger than a sheet of A4 paper. Just because your cat can pull it off, doesn't mean it's comfortable.
Even with the best intentions these stink inside very quickly. They just don't smell outside to their owners. Who wants to be stuck inside a plastic hot box with their own poop?
Most cats I've seen using a tray like to lean their head over the edge plus when they are moving around their tails etc are over the edge of the tray giving them more space, which is impossible in these.

I didn't swear, I said maine c00n but it censors the second part. Nor is it my cat, I've bought this because I've seen how easily the largest house cat breed uses them without any discomfort. My kitten hasn't shown any signs of disliking it either. Cats let you know if there's an issue with something one way or another.

It's a lot bigger than what you make out, to the point there isn't bad review about it's size. It's vented so the smell escapes but filters out so it doesn't bother the owners. The vent also allows for it to be cool. Couple that with good cat litter, regular care and it'll hardly smell in there if at all.

You don't own one nor have seen one being used, so why give out ignorant advice?
#10
moneysavingkitten
It's width is barely bigger than a sheet of A4 paper.

510 x 385mm is much larger than an A3 sheet of paper, let alone A4, so attempt to do some fact checking before slating a product. You can be sanctimonious all you like but we're actually well aware you can't speak to cats, despite what your posts seem to infer. I think cats are less concerned about the smell of their own **** than you are.

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