The Nature’s Miracle High-Sided Litter Box is a big step up over your standard litter box. For an open-top litter box, the high walls do a decent job of trapping litter. The low entrance makes this litter box easy to access for elderly or disabled cats.
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Catit Jumbo cat litter box offers a good option if you are looking for an enclosed litter box with high walls and it’s the best seller in hooded litter pans.
Litter Boxes for High Spraying Cats - Floppycats
Catit Jumbo Hooded litter box gives cats privacy and enough room inside to feel comfortable to turn around when doing their business. The box provides high walls to keep urine and litter better contained.
NVR Miss: the perfect litter box - The Conscious Cat
The NVR Miss Litterbox™ features high walls with an opening configured so that the cat steps into the center. During the step in motion, cats will naturally turn left or right and align lengthwise, which results in a high wall surrounding the area where defecation is about to occur. There is also a greatly reduced amount of litter ejected during the burying activity.
Generously radiused corners blend the surfaces together without sharp changes of direction. Smooth surfaces and a flat floor ease the scooping and cleaning chores. Efficiently removing the waste, and keeping the remaining litter clean, contributes to a healthy litter box environment.
The 45 degree angled corners allow it's placement close to an inward opening door, expanding location options. This is an ideal litter box for small apartments, and other situations where space is limited.
These design elements result in a litter box that cats like to use, and is easy to maintain.
In my experience, the more privacy you can afford your cat for its litter time, the better. For this reason, I always leaned toward the litter boxes that offered some kind of enclosure for your cat, either by way of high walls or by creating a tiny little room for them to enter. This is especially important if your place is small enough to necessitate that you keep your litter box in a more public area.For relatively rare situations, less than one percent of cats need a litterbox quite a bit higher than what ours is. For customers that need higher walls, a wall extension, whereby the walls can be raised from a couple of inches to almost double the height of the litterbox, is provided.
If you need these, you know who you are, so please for more information.
The other issue is, also rare, the cat not turning enough and peeing out of the opening. Many cats are coming from a litterbox with either no defined opening or one with an end opening, so they have been habituated to whatever served as their previous litterbox, and some time may be needed to adapt to this one.
There are several ways to correct this. A solution by a creative customer works so well, it should be the first one to do. What she did was temporarily place an 18 ounce water bottle horizontally just inside the litterbox opening to get her cat to step further into the litterbox. This was enough to do the job. Other methods are to place an object along the back wall offset slightly to one side from the opening, changing the orientation or temporarily blocking off the bottom area of the opening with an insert or a combination of these methods. Cats can be funny, and sometimes we just don't know what they will do. A customer with this issue, and it was vexing because behavior would switch back and forth from normal to peeing through the opening then back, found that by putting a square porcelain tray in front of the opening to catch the pee was the motivation for her cat to start using the litterbox properly all the time. It seems she didn't like stepping over her pee in the tray on the way out.
The point is, there are several solutions to these issues so please if your cat is not doing what we expect.
Thank you Quick and easy cat litter box. Looks like nice high walls for the kitty that loves to stand or one that loves to dig. Could be used with or without top.