Booda Cat Litter Box

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Booda Cat Litter Box

Booda Dome Instructions One Minute Setup Instructions No tools needed. Booda Dome Filters As part of your purchase, Booda has enclosed a Booda Dome Charcoal Filter. For maximum odor control, be sure to use the Booda Dome replacement filters only (#50310). Lift the Booda Dome cover and place upside down. Open the louvered filter cover and insert one filter. Snap the cover closed. Booda Dome Liners To keep your litter box sanitary for your pet and to make sure it is easy to maintain, use Booda Dome Liners only (#50414). Place litter box unit in the desired location. Place the liner in the pan, folding the top edges of the liner over the outside rim of the pan. Secure the liner by adding three inches of litter to the pan. Place the top securely onto the litter pan. Made in the USA.
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Booda Cat Litter Box

Directions Booda Dome Instructions One Minute Setup Instructions No tools needed. Booda Dome Filters As part of your purchase, Booda has enclosed a Booda Dome Charcoal Filter. For maximum odor control, be sure to use the Booda Dome replacement filters only (#50310). Lift the Booda Dome cover and place upside down. Open the louvered filter cover and insert one filter. Snap the cover closed. Booda Dome Liners To keep your litter box sanitary for your pet and to make sure it is easy to maintain, use Booda Dome Liners only (#50414). Place litter box unit in the desired location. Place the liner in the pan, folding the top edges of the liner over the outside rim of the pan. Secure the liner by adding three inches of litter to the pan. Place the top securely onto the litter pan. Made in the USA.
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Booda Cat Litter Box

JGMC September 30th, 2009 at 7:52 am I didn’t choose the Booda, my 1 feral cat did. I took in a stray, now house cat. He was a little thing so I had a regular litter box, no problem, just the typical tracking. Well started to notice litter outside the box against the wall. I thought humm, I just cleaned it up. Then I saw my 1 feral jump into my window. I followed him without him knowing. He went downstairs to the cat litter bathroom. Without going downstairs I heard the digging, scrapping, then the pause, then the covering, then at 100 miles an hour comes running the cat up and out the window. I thought, you stunker I just cleaned the litter box and there you have it, the Booda entered into my life. I slowly did the change with 2 litter boxes until the stray go use to it. The feral didn’t care, it went in any box or large house plant. My feral uses the step part, my stray just kind of pops his head in and by passes the steps and going into the tanks. So if you have the SPACE it is a investment. I have no other experience with covered boxes except the booda.
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Booda Cat Litter Box

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Booda Cat Litter Box

Cynecstasy August 22nd, 2008 at 2:06 pm I have a geriatric cat who has problems hitting the litter box when she’s urinating. She stands in the box and urinates outside of it. High sided boxes are not an option because of the arthritis in her back legs. Before the Booda dome, we placed training pads around the box, which worked, but we were changing them several times a day. She has responded well to the Booda dome, mostly getting the urine inside. We do still have to clean urine occasionally at the base of the ramp. The lip is large enough that the urine pools there. Yeah, it’s gross, but it sure beats finding it on the floor. We have not had problems with scent, but we use the pine litter which seems to have much better odor control than other litters. Also, the filter needs to be changed about every three months. I gave up using the plastic bag inserts after the first use because they are so hard to use. The pine litter dust is easily swiped away when you change out the box. The Booda Dome is definitely a matter of preference. Our geriatric cat uses it exclusively, preferring it to all other boxes. Two of our other cats use it when they feel like it. Our fourth cat won’t even walk in front of it. He prefers the regular, nothing fancy box located in a more discrete part of the house.
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Booda Cat Litter Box

I’m still working on my natural litter comparison test, but in order to carryout my experiment, I needed to get another litter box, so I finally sprang for the Booda Dome Cleanstep covered cat litter box. If you’ve shopped for covered litter boxes anytime in the past several years, you have no doubt seen the Booda Dome line. I’ve had other covered litter boxes and I’ve always looked right past this one, thinking, “Oh, it’s just another covered litter box.” I had no idea how popular it would be! EVERYONE loves it (all the cats, and me, too.)
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Booda Cat Litter Box

Description Petmate’s Cleanstep litter box offers a sleek, step design to catch litter from your cat’s paws and a hooded top to ensure privacy for private moments. Features an enclosed design to contain litter scatter and large filter to minimize unwanted odors. Available in a variety of pearlescent colors. Key Benefits Some cats prefer a to take care of “business” in a private environment, and Petmate’s Dome Cleanstep litter box solves this in a sanitary way. A hooded top gives your furry family member the privacy they like in an attractive form. A built-in handle makes moving and cleaning a breeze. It’s 50% larger than an average box and its unique and sleek design with ramp contains litter scatter, minimizing tracking and overflow. Say goodbye to a smelly litter box! The domed design and carbon filter significantly cut down on unpleasant odors. Made in the USA! For Refill Filters: Click here See all items by Booda Item Number 68668 Brand Petmate Litter Box Type Enclosed Made in United States Material Plastic
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Booda Cat Litter Box

I like and dislike this litter box. I wasn’t sure if my cats would go in it but they did and still do. It could be bigger, the steps take up almost half of the size of the box so it is a bit deceiving. It is hard to clean since 3/4 of the box is round, you end up doing a lot of scraping if you use a scoopable cat litter. The steps trap a lot of litter so it is sort of hard to keep them clean. Since the steps do trap some of litter, there isn’t as much litter tracking away from the litter box. I have this box in an open closet right by the kitchen door so it actually doesn’t look like there is a litter box there due to the shape of the box.
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Roxy May 23rd, 2008 at 8:03 am I used to have the booda dome when I had 2 cats. I agree there was still plenty of odor. My main issue was the size. I live in a small apartment and it was like having another piece of furniture. I have the smaller booda for my new cat. I think rather than a litter box that keeps litter in, I need to find a litter rug that somehow magnetically removes all the litter from my cat’s paws when he steps out.
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I have a geriatric cat who has problems hitting the litter box when she’s urinating. She stands in the box and urinates outside of it. High sided boxes are not an option because of the arthritis in her back legs. Before the Booda dome, we placed training pads around the box, which worked, but we were changing them several times a day. She has responded well to the Booda dome, mostly getting the urine inside. We do still have to clean urine occasionally at the base of the ramp. The lip is large enough that the urine pools there. Yeah, it’s gross, but it sure beats finding it on the floor. We have not had problems with scent, but we use the pine litter which seems to have much better odor control than other litters. Also, the filter needs to be changed about every three months. I gave up using the plastic bag inserts after the first use because they are so hard to use. The pine litter dust is easily swiped away when you change out the box.

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