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Cats aren't jerks - sometimes their owners are though. My cat loves to kick litter. Turns out, he wanted deeper litter. I got a high sided box, deeper litter and a mat to collect it. We are good.
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Your kitty sounds like a jerk. I'm willing to bet that this box would help with the kicking litter everywhere. That's pretty much a guarantee.

Only issue may be your cat revolting and not wanting to use the box if it traps the smell and it's too unpleasant for the cat.
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Yes....for almost a month it has been THE LOWEST PRICE IT HAS EVER BEEN ON AMAZON. It historically averages around $30. Unsure why someone would say something isn't a deal just because it has been a great deal for a few weeks.
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Not sure if this is a deal...it's been this price for about a month now.
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Great box. Been using it with 2 cats for a couple of years.
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Not sure if this is a deal...it's been this price for about a month now.
Yes....for almost a month it has been THE LOWEST PRICE IT HAS EVER BEEN ON AMAZON. It historically averages around $30. Unsure why someone would say something isn't a deal just because it has been a great deal for a few weeks.
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So my kitty doesn't cover her litter and then bolts out of the box kicking a bunch of litter out on the floor. You think this would fix that or at least minimize it?
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I bought this at PetSmart a few months ago probably right around $20. It cracked when all I was doing was scooping kitty litter out. Needless to say, I was not pleased.
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So my kitty doesn't cover her litter and then bolts out of the box kicking a bunch of litter out on the floor. You think this would fix that or at least minimize it?
Your kitty sounds like a jerk. I'm willing to bet that this box would help with the kicking litter everywhere. That's pretty much a guarantee.

Only issue may be your cat revolting and not wanting to use the box if it traps the smell and it's too unpleasant for the cat.
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I bought this one a year ago and it is ok but it is HUGE. I was shocked how big it was and usually have my kitty box in the bathroom and it would not fit, would not fit in the hall either. Finally had to just leave it out in the front room and hide it when people came over. I am not kidding, it is huge.
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So my kitty doesn't cover her litter and then bolts out of the box kicking a bunch of litter out on the floor. You think this would fix that or at least minimize it?
If you talk to any veterinarian they say that cats don't like covered boxes. They don't like having to poop in a enclosed space having to smell their own poop. I don't know if that will solve your problem but I had one with a cover and ended up taking it off because I felt bad lol. I ended up buying those totes that people use to store stuff. they cost about $7.00 and they're high enough to where the litter doesn't fly out. Of course when they would jump out of it they would always have some leftover on their paws but meh.
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I'm also seeing a 15% coupon for it, so potentially $16.53 shipped
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So my kitty doesn't cover her litter and then bolts out of the box kicking a bunch of litter out on the floor. You think this would fix that or at least minimize it?
Go to dollar tree and get a gray floormat - kind of like felt, it collects the litter. Or, put down the grippy mat you use under a rug to keep from slipping
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Your kitty sounds like a jerk. I'm willing to bet that this box would help with the kicking litter everywhere. That's pretty much a guarantee.

Only issue may be your cat revolting and not wanting to use the box if it traps the smell and it's too unpleasant for the cat.
Cats aren't jerks - sometimes their owners are though. My cat loves to kick litter. Turns out, he wanted deeper litter. I got a high sided box, deeper litter and a mat to collect it. We are good.
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So my kitty doesn't cover her litter and then bolts out of the box kicking a bunch of litter out on the floor. You think this would fix that or at least minimize it?
The best solution for you might be to just get a Rubbermaid storage container, if she can jump into it (and if not, you can always cut out a notch). The container helps to keep the litter contained; there's no way she could kick it out over the sides of the box, so the only thing she'd track would be whatever clung to her paws.

I second the warning about closed litter pans -- most cats really don't like them, and it may make them look elsewhere to do their business, especially if you don't clean them as often as you should.
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If you talk to any veterinarian they say that cats don't like covered boxes. They don't like having to poop in a enclosed space having to smell their poop. I don't know if that will solve your problem but I had one with a cover and ended up taking it off because I felt bad lol
None of our four cats have had issues with covered boxes. We started using them as one of the cats wasn't too careful with his aim! These boxes makes sure everything stays within - although there is always a bit of litter that escapes through the front.
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