This handsome cover conceals your cat's litter box, hiding unsightly mess. The Rhino Wicker™ body won't absorb fluids or odors and can be cleaned with soap and water; a drop-down front panel has built-in rails that make it easy to slide the pan out for sifting or refilling. An internal catch tray minimizes scattered litter; non-skid feet won't mark floors. Litter pan not included.
Available Finishes Natural Dark Brown
Sizes Large 16" x 20" x 19" Accommodates a 15" x 18" litter pan
Jumbo 18" x 23" x 20" Accommodates a 17" x 22" litter pan
Shipping Allow 2-4 weeks for delivery.
Large Litter Box Cover
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Comments about Product: A decorative piece of furniture. Very functional and sturdy. Great way to disguise large litter box. Our cat loves it. It sits in our mudroom just off of the kitchen. We clean in and around the box regularly and find this item to be so useful. So glad we got it.
Glad I bought it
Comments about Product: Keep it in the corner of our sunroom, piano on one wall computer desk on the other and it blends right in. I keep an attractive deodorizer on top as well. We have 4 indoor cats using it and with a giant box inside only have to clean it once per day.
By Supreme mother cat!
Great product check the catch!
Comments about Product: I just ordered my fourth cover. They are terrific, BUT make sure the catch closes properly. One of ours didn't an exiting cat was hit and wouldn't go near the litter box for several days.
This litter box cover is great.
Comments about Product: This litter box cover looks like a piece of furniture. I love it.
Good cover but..
Comments about Product: We have two cats and this cover is large enough to accommodate a very large litter pan. The only thing about the cover is the woven design allows litter to get out of the cover when the cats scratch to vigorously.
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