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Hooded Cat Litter Tray from 16.99 to 3.75 instore @ Tesco Instore!
Hooded Cat Litter Tray from 16.99 to 3.75 instore @ Tesco Instore!

Hooded Cat Litter Tray from 16.99 to 3.75 instore @ Tesco Instore!

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Hooded cat litter tray- This plastic hooded cat litter tray provides your cat with a safe & secure place to use as a toilet. Minimises mess & odours. Indoor use. Self-assembly.

Marked at nearly half price on the shelf as 8.75 or sommat, but when I took it to the till, it scanned at 3.75! A bargain considering just a normal litter tray would cost nearly the same. At least with this one an overzealous furball wont be kicking its litter out (albeit accidently...ahem).. Plenty of stock left after I bought one.

Priced at 14.99 on-line.

Also bought a cat collar with i.d tag down to 87p, and feeding mat for 15p! They had quite a few reductions across the pet stuff

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Original Poster

t'was in the monster sized Slough store

Any ideas if this is nationwide?

Bloody hoodies are everywhere now...

sparx1981;8465905

Any ideas if this is nationwide?


Hope so...this kind of covered tray is the only type my moggy will use (she's a high pee'r) ...lol :-D

The Whitstable Tesco doesn't even sell these

Original Poster

Slough had about 7 left (on shelves- unsure if any in stock room etc)- although it's a big 'Metro' store

How is this still getting heat? Any one else found it anywhere apart from Slough?

my little b*gger poo's just outside of the litter tray, and then scrapes his a*rse along the rug! nice find though, have some heat...

southwell65;8465927

Bloody hoodies are everywhere now...


http://www.catsinclothes.com/hoodie-red-cat.jpg :-D

Don't forget to invest in some led lights with motion sensor, so when the cat goes in it will light up so they can see what they are doing :thumbsup:

twe;8469844

Don't forget to invest in some led lights with motion sensor, so when the … Don't forget to invest in some led lights with motion sensor, so when the cat goes in it will light up so they can see what they are doing :thumbsup:



Why when they can see in the dark? providing it isnt pitch black.

My cats would absolutely hate this. I think its more for the woners who can pretend they dont poo rather than the poor cat which has to crawl into that small space. They are generally very clean animals. Think its a rubbish product even if its cut price.

could do with a new poop box as the doors fall off and cant be brought to replace, im not going to even bother to ring out tesco as we live down south and i could win money on them not being stocked/ available.

great if you live in Slough.

LOL just realised, this is a sh......box.

quality. Heat.

Is this for the shy ones who don't like other people seeing them poo??

Stick a bit of wire on the front of this and you got a cat box as well! Worth clearing the business out first mind...

FTCom;8469434

my little b*gger poo's just outside of the litter tray, and then scrapes … my little b*gger poo's just outside of the litter tray, and then scrapes his a*rse along the rug! nice find though, have some heat...



That did make me chuckle! Our cat often half misses the tray, but hasn't perfected the rug bit yet! :-D And I bet if I could get one (which I doubt, in our store, even though it's huuuuge) she'd probably go to sleep in it.

Reminds me of this pic taken during London trip

http://i40.tinypic.com/15ewhmf.jpg

louhutch;8472315

That did make me chuckle! Our cat often half misses the tray, but hasn't … That did make me chuckle! Our cat often half misses the tray, but hasn't perfected the rug bit yet! :-D And I bet if I could get one (which I doubt, in our store, even though it's huuuuge) she'd probably go to sleep in it.



Count yourself lucky that it's only misses part of the tray, my one regularly goes through episodes of cr*pping everywhere but the cat tray, and also honks up the grass he's eaten in a fit of boredom! I wouldn't have minded yesterday, but I was just about to eat my dinner!

He's also the first cat I've ever come across suffering from constipation, and growling trying to bang it out! lol...
:thumbsup:

I saw these in stock in the Bromborough home store yesterday.
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