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Enclosed Pearl Litter box with exclusive contour design prevents litter spills and controls odours whilst providing privacy for your cat. With anti-slip feet that help prevent sliding. Dimension: 49(L) x41(W) x44(H) cm.
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    • L says... I've had enclosed trays in the past and they all were much better than this one. This one, the plastic lid absorbs all the smells and no matter how much or how often you scrub and clean, it constantly stinks. There's nowhere to put a filter, no liners fit - I'm tempted to get rid of this one and either get a new one or change back to the plain old supermarket basic tray
    • Grace says... My kitten started using this the night we got it for him. It stops about %90 of the litter escaping, traps mostly
    • Jo says... The best litter box and definitely worth the money. The lid is easier to remove and strong enough to carry by the handle when it's full of litter. Sturdy and easy to clean, we love that the cats can't spill litter over the sides and they love that they have some privacy. It's also not as noticeable for guests, tucked away in a corner with the lid on; it's not as obvious that it's a litter tray immediately. We first used it without the lid to get them used to it as kittens, but they were fine and had no hesitation once we started putting the lid on. We use it without the flap however if you want to keep the flap on it does help contain odours.
    • Jessica says... Fantastic litter box for my adopted 4yo male. No accidents and you can take the flap on and off as needed for privacy. Also cannot find a litter liner that fits this product. PLEASE MAKE ONE!!!!
    • Jemma says... Have had this litter box since my girl was about 14 weeks old. I originally had a regular open litter box which my girl refused to use and kept pooping and peeing everywhere but the litter box. I did a bit research and it was suggested I use an enclosed litter box. Ever since I introduced the enclosed litter box she has been accident free since, I put it down to the fact she likes privacy. It even keeps the smell and litter in the box which is a great bonus. Only issue is that I can't find liners to fit, perhaps the makers should bring out there own liners to suit :)
    • Emma says... Great, however I can't find a litter tray liner to suit and the garbage bags get caught in the door stopping it from opening.
    • Isabelle says... Took me a day to encourage and train my cat to use the door flap. So happy when he first used it. Keeps so much of the litter in the box.

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