The Top Five Selling Cat Litter Boxes of 2017

If you own a feline, of any breed, there is one thing they all have in common, they need a litter box. Most cat owners will tell you that dealing with the cat box is one of the chores you have, when you own a cat, that is the least liked. It can even be down right frustrating for some cat owners due to either having a messy cat who never seems to keep the litter in the box, misses the box altogether, or if they own multiple cats. Pet product companies have tried to come up with ways to help cat owners get a handle on the litter box situation, and there are some pretty cool cat boxes on the market today, that cat owners are liking much better than traditional litter pans. Here are the top five selling cat litter boxes on the market today.

5.  Meow Town Windsor Cat Litter Bench Litter Box Cabinet, in Mahogany – $201.52

Super stylish, you won’t believe it’s a litter box. It may cost a bit more than a typical litter box, but if you have a stylish, not-so-typical cat, he will probably love going to the bathroom in style. The unique looking litter box is a great alternative to plastic litter pans with its large box and built-in bench, finished in a beautiful Mahogany finish. It’s elegant, decorative, and beautiful, and will look great in a hallway or anywhere you prefer your cat to go. It helps eliminate odors due to the enclosure, and the top is equipped with hinges to lift the lid and get to the pan easily. If you want to have this super stylish litter box, you will have to pay $201.52, but it doubles as a piece of furniture, so you really get to functions in one.

4. Van Ness CP5 Sifting Cat Pan/Litter Box with Frame, Assorted Colors – $20.33

You can say goodbye to scoops and messy clean-up sessions with the litter box when you have a Van Ness CP5 Sifting Cat Pan. This box is designed to help eliminate messy litter spills with the addition of the litter sifter. The pan also holds the pan liners securely in place so they don’t shift and allow unwanted litter to get under it. The box comes with two nesting pans and a sifting screen. You stack the pans on top of each other, with the sifting pan on the top. Then fill with a clumping litter so that when you sift, the clumps stay in the sifter for easy dumping. Simply replace the sifting screen in the empty pan, then move the litter from the full pan into the empty one. Restack, and the job is done.

 

3. Catit Jumbo Hooded Cat Litter Pan – Warm Gray – $27.49

Another cat box that gives your cat privacy for doing its business, is the Catit Jumbo Hooded Cat Litter Pan. You won’t have messes to clean up, or odors to smell, when your cat has this litter box to use. The hood is large, and gives your cat lots of space to move around inside. The hood also stays in place while your cat moves around inside, yet it removes easily so you can clean out the box. A couple of unique features include, a built-in bag anchor that keeps the bag open so that it leaves your hands free for scooping, as well as a carbon-impregnated filter that traps and removes odors associated with litter boxes. This is one of the top five selling litter boxes for homes with multiple cats, and large cats.

2. Petsfit Espresso Double-Decker Pet House Litter Box Enclosure Night Stand – $179.99

Yea, this is one of the coolest litter boxes you’ll see on the market, and it is one of the top five selling cat boxes on the market. The box is a double decker with a door. It was designed to work as either a pet house or litter enclosure and cats are loving it. Your cat can climb into the box, use the litter, then climb up through a hole to the second level. It has a door to help hide the litter box and keep odors out of the room. You’ll find it’s easier to clean up than having scattered litter all over your floor, and your cat will appreciate all the privacy he gets with it. The box does not come with the litter pan. That is something you’ll have to add and it must be smaller than 19x22x17.

 

1. Favorite, 25-Inch, Jumbo Covered and Enclosed Cat Litter Box – $83

For privacy, to contain odors, and prevent accidents outside the box, this is the perfect cat litter box for all cats. The Favorite, Jumbo covered litter box gives your small, medium, or large sized cat plenty of room to move around and get comfortable. The entire box, from base to lid, is sturdy and durable. The lid stays locked in position with side clip clamps, and won’t come loose, yet it removes easily for easy cleaning. This is a great litter box for messy kitties, or multi-cat households. You can see more details on this box, which happens to be one of the top selling cat litter boxes at just, by following the link below. If you choose to order one, it will only set you back about $83 for a new one.




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