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  • Outer Dimensions: 20.50"L x 14.75"W x 14.38"H
  • Inside Dimensions:
    • widest point 19.12"L x 13.75"W x 14.25"H
    • narrowest point 17.0"L x 11.5"W x 14.25"H
  • Top opening: 9.25" Diameter
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I have three cats. And I have one that sits on top of the litter box waits for another one to go in and then just pops them on the head like whack-a-mole every time they try to come out again
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better to DIY. get any 27gal container from costco or homedepot

cut a 10" hole in the center of yellow lid - instant top load litter box.

you can also do a front load for older cats, just make sure to cut

the 10" hole nearer to the top long SIDE of the container.

i would use 3" deep of tidy cats clumping litter target has on sale.
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good for young cats.
My old arthritic boys would just go next to it instead of bothering with the jumps
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Thought this was IRIS by Lowe's 😂
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I have one of these upstairs and it works great. Getting this for downstairs. Thanks, OP!
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good for young cats.
My old arthritic boys would just go next to it instead of bothering with the jumps
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Not familiar with this specific model or brand, but I'll vouch for these top load boxes. The box helps keep the litter in the box ( no kicking it out). Thx
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better to DIY. get any 27gal container from costco or homedepot

cut a 10" hole in the center of yellow lid - instant top load litter box.

you can also do a front load for older cats, just make sure to cut

the 10" hole nearer to the top long SIDE of the container.

i would use 3" deep of tidy cats clumping litter target has on sale.
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better to DIY. get any 27gal container from costco or homedepot

cut a 10" hole in the center of yellow lid - instant top load litter box.

you can also do a front load for older cats, just make sure to cut

the 10" hole nearer to the top of the container.

i would use 3" deep of tidy cats clumping litter target has on sale.
Good input. Thank you. Now i realize how lazy im lol
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better to DIY. get any 27gal container from costco or homedepot

cut a 10" hole in the center of yellow lid - instant top load litter box.

you can also do a front load for older cats, just make sure to cut

the 10" hole nearer to the top long SIDE of the container.

i would use 3" deep of tidy cats clumping litter target has on sale.
Any tips for making it so it isn't sharp around the cut?
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Good input. Thank you. Now i realize how lazy im lol
most who depend on store bought don't realize they are way too small
so you'll have to rack litter every day or two before your cat is stepping
on his own leaving inside the box. but if you give cat a big 27gal of space
not only will they have more room to maneuver inside, but it will buy you
many more days between needing to rake the leavings out of the litter.
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Any tips for making it so it isn't sharp around the cut?
Get some sand paper or a file if you're working about that.
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Any tips for making it so it isn't sharp around the cut?
Run a flame around the cut to slightly melt the plastic.
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Any tips for making it so it isn't sharp around the cut?
cats are covered with fur/hair and paw pads
so they are not as concerned with
abrasive or sharp surfaces as humans are.

that said, if you want to soften a plastic cut
use a wood burner or soldering iron around
the edge, or use any sort of wood sanding.
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We have a similar model. Top entry boxes are the way to go. Minimizes a lot of the litter on the floor.
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