LITTER BOX, LITTER SAND & SCOOP

This section shows the litter box, litter sand, and litter scoop that we previously and currently use for our cat.

 LITTER BOX

Catit Litter Box

 

There are 2 types of Catit litter box that we have. One is Catit Jumbo Hooded Cat Pan, another is Catit Smartsift No Scoop Litter System.

 

Jumbo Hooded Cat Pan require you to manually scoop the cat waste and refill the litter sand. The Smartsift allows you to use the handle beside the litter box to roll the inner tray without using scoop to sift the cat waste, but you still require to add the litter sand manually.

 

Space wise, we really like our Catit Jumbo Hooded Cat Pan because it is big enough for big adult cat (we are still using ours for many years since 2015). For the Catit Smartsift, it is quite squeezy for big cats, when we first use the Smartsift our kittens are still small and after 2 years our cats has grown in size and don’t feel comfy in it because our cats can’t fit in well to do their business.

Shown here are the Catit Jumbo Hooded Cat Pan Grey and White Tiger Design.

Shown here is the Catit Smartsift No Scoop Litter System.

Litter-Robot 3

 

This is Litter-Robot 3. There are 2 types: one is Litter-Robot 3 and another is Litter-Robot 3 Connect (Connect version provides connectivity via Wi-Fi to its App).

 

Litter-Robot 3 is an automated cat litterbox. This litterbox which can be quite costly in terms of its price tag, it works by emptying the litter box automatically each time after the cat finishes their business.

 

You need to use fine clumping litter sand for this litter box. Most of the hard stool and cat pee will be cleared properly once the waste is clumped, the challenge is wet stool where sometimes it can’t clump properly and needed to clean it manually.

Shown here is the Litter-Robot 3.

Shown here is the Litter-Robot 3 Connect.

Petkit Pura Max

 

This is Petkit Pura Max (our latest purchase at the time of writing). This litterbox which can be quite costly in terms of its price tag, but for what’s it worth, it delivers the result by emptying the litter box automatically each time after the cat finishes their business.

 

We like it because it is really quiet and fast, and we can use the Petkit app to monitor the status of my cats that use the litterbox. It is easier to clean compared with Litter Robot 3.

Shown here is the Petkit Pura Max.

 LITTER SAND

There are many variations of cat litter sand. There are many other good brands, below are the cat litter sand we use. Feel free to try out and find out what suits you.

Shown here are: (1) Amazon Brand Lifelong Corn Cat Litter, (2) Catsan Clumping and (3) Catsan Non-clumping.

 LITTER SCOOP

It’s best to get 2 types of Litter scoop: one is with holes and one without. There are plenty of scoops available in the market so cat owners can choose with all kinds of designs. Most of the scoops are made with plastic material, base on our experience sometimes plastic scoops do break so I suggest getting a metal scoop with holes which last forever (the ones we have is made with aluminium with non-stick coating).

 

For the scoop without holes, this is mainly to refill the litter sand. I still use my plastic scoop for this as I don’t use much force and it’s just for refilling litter sand.

Shown here are the scoops with holes.

Shown here are the scoops without holes.