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Igloo Cat Litter Box

$79.90 Regular Price: $130.00
  • Color: White / Blue / Pink
  • Material: PP Resin
  • Weight: 4 kg
  • Entrance: 20 x 20 cm
  • Dimension: 52(D) x 49(H) cm
Pidan Studio Igloo

Extra Large Igloo Cat Litter Box Furniture

  • Wide entrance, fits for most of cats;
  • Capacious room, 15 lb cat can walk through easily;
  • Reddot awarded design;
  • IONPURE® antibacterial material, safe and tasteless;
  • Solid and durable;
  • Best cat litter box ever.

Inspired by the Eskimo snow house, the designer tried to solve some problems in the process of raising cat in an elegant way which offers a much more pleasant living experience for both cats and cat lovers.

Best Hooded Igloo Cat Litter Box

Jumbo Litter Box Room.

The round shape of Igloo Litter Box makes it large enough for average cats to comfortably turn around and dig. The wide entrance allows cats within 7kg to walk through easily. It is one of the largest product of its kind.

Hidden Igloo Cat Litter Box

Covered Enclosed Space.

Allows cats to do their business in a quiet, safe and private space. Keeps the bad smell off the interior space. Prevents small dogs and children from enjoying the "treats" inside.

Enclosed Igloo Cat Litter Box

Long clean grid.

The long clean grid at the entrance can help cats clean the litter in their paws everytime they walk out, nearly eliminates litter tracking and provides a clean space for cat owners.

Self Cleaning Igloo Cat Litter Box

Easy to Clean.

Just lift the lid, grab the scoop, the arced front edge matches Igloo's contours for thorough scooping. You can also easily attach the scoop at the edge of base after cleaning.

Jumbo Cat Litter Dome

Looks great, works better.

The modern design style complements any room, which can eliminate the awkward moments when your guests see you putting in a cat toilet in your room. Igloo is much more than an elegant piece of cat furniture.

Litter Box Training for Your Kitten

Most cats learn from their mothers at a very young age to use a litter box, but recently-adopted stray or feral cats may not know how to use a litter box. Sometimes even a well-trained cat may seem to "forget" and start relieving himself around the house. The reasons for this lapse in litter box training may vary from medical issues to simple tastes and preferences. Whether you're training a recently-adopted cat who has never used a litter box, or are retraining your long-time cat to use the litter box, following some simple tips will help get your cat on the right path.

Choosing the Right Litter Box
  1. Choose a large litter box. A common cause of cats engaging in inappropriate elimination is that the litter box is too small for the cat. This is particularly important if your cat is still growing; a litter box that's on the snug side now may be far too small for his liking in a few months. When choosing a size for your cat's litter box, it's generally best to err on the side of caution and get a bigger litter box. Your cat will feel like he has more room, and he will be less likely to think it's too full too quickly.
  2. Decide on covered or uncovered. Covered and uncovered litter boxes both have their advantages and disadvantages. Some cats have a preference, while others don't. You may want to try both and see type of box your cat prefers.
    • The biggest advantage to a covered litter box is privacy, which some cats value. Having a cover may also help deter a dog from eating out of the litter box, if that is a risk in your home.
    • Covered litter boxes do tend to trap odors inside the chamber, which can make a dirty litter box more even more unappealing to your cat.
  3. Get more than one box. If you have enough room in your home for more than one litter box, it may be worth getting a second or even a third litter box. This may even be a necessity if you have more than one cat, or if your cat is young and still learning to use the litter box, but some experts recommend that you have at least one litter box per cat in the house, plus one extra.
    • Make it accessible and convenient. Your cat won't want to go searching on a long trek when he needs to relieve himself, so make it easy for him to get to the litter box from most places within your home.
    • Do not set up a litter box near where you give your cat his food and water. Cats view their feeding area as a sort of home within the home, and their natural instinct is to urinate and defecate away from that space. Setting up a litter box near your cat's food and water bowls can make him anxious and increase the likelihood that he will have out of box eliminations.
    • Give your cat some peace and quiet. Most cats want a quiet, undisturbed place to eliminate wastes. If you place your cat's litter box in a noisy, high-traffic area (like a laundry room or in the family room), there's a good chance your cat won't want to relieve himself in the litter box due to its location. Give him a quiet, low-traffic area that's still accessible and easy to find.
Keep a clean litter box

Cats are extremely clean creatures, a dirty litter box is one of the most common causes of cats eliminating outside the box.

  • Scoop out solid and clumped-liquid wastes on a daily basis.
  • Do a full wash of the litter box once every week. Use warm water and a gentle soap; never use harsh chemicals, as these may leave residual chemicals or smells that might harm your cat or deter him from using the box.
  • After washing the litter box and thoroughly drying it, refill the box with clean litter to your cat's desired depth (again, generally between two to four inches, or 5.08 to 10.16 cm).
Teaching Your Cat to Use the Litter Box
  1. Play with your cat near the box. Since many cats need to eliminate after playing and running around, you can facilitate the process by playing with your cat near his litter box. The activity will most likely leave him needing to eliminate, at which point you can direct him to (or even place him in) the litter box.
  2. Teach him what to do. If your cat never learned to use a litter box from his mother, you may need to show him how it's done. That doesn't mean actually using the litter box yourself; rather, you'll have to carry him to the litter box when he's about to eliminate, and teach him how to dig in the litter.
Addressing Inappropriate Elimination
  1. Never yell at your cat. It's important to remember that your cat is not trying to cause problems. He may be experiencing medical problems, or you may have gotten him a litter box or litter that he is uncomfortable using. Yelling at or scolding your cat will only make him fearful of you, and will do nothing to solve his elimination problems.
  2. Put waste where it belongs. If your cat eliminates outside the litter box, rather than simply tossing his feces in the garbage, it may be helpful to pick it up with a paper towel and place it in the litter box. This can serve as a reminder for him, as he'll smell it and associate relieving himself with going in the litter box.
  3. Clean out-of-box waste thoroughly. If your cat has urinated or defecated outside the litter box, either on the floor, rug, or a piece of furniture, it's imperative that you thoroughly clean the spot to prevent future accidents. Once a cat smells his waste on a certain spot, he'll associate that spot with excreting waste.
  4. Move food and water to the problem area. If your cat continues to relieve himself outside the litter box and seems to have one spot he really enjoys, try moving his food and water to the area where he keeps eliminating. Cats have a hardwired impulse to avoid excreting waste around food and water, and this may be the push a stubborn cat needs to stop eliminating outside the box.

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