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My rabbit uses this and is more than happy. Her waste falls through the grate into the sawdust and litter, and if she ever tries to knock it or throw it, the best she can do is pull the grate out but even that is by fluke. It's good quality plastic and she hasn't wanted to chew it yet, so it seems to be one of the few non tempting things I can spend money on without it being destroyed!
Have used these successfully for years with my rats. Strategically placed to match their habitual routine and initially populated with their poo for encouragement, they were very easy to litter train and the design prevents them from scattering the absorbent paper pellets everywhere. It’s also fun watching them desperately trying to retrieve a piece of food they’ve accidentally dropped through the grill, despite having a bowl full of food they could revert to.
I use this (rather, my bunnies do) and have bought this three times for a reason! The grate is useful for my rabbit to avoid the dreaded hutch burn -- by sitting on it, his paws don't touch his poop/etc and it's more sanitary for his use. The distance between the wires of the grate is small enough that his poops fall through, but not so big that the wires put pressure on his paws, which is perfect. The grate is easily removable for when I want to scrub down this litter tray and sanitize it. The white lip comes off as well for easy cleaning. The plastic container part of this litter try is durable and stands up to weekly scrubbing - I use the scrubby side of a dollar store sponge, and it cleans the plastic well. The product comes with two hooks that you can screw into the side of your pet's cage to secure it, very easy to install. The ruler in the photo is 30cm long, so it's a good size for a small/medium sized bunny. Great product overall, especially considering its accessible price!
Brilliant....although pricey it was well worth the money. Had so much trouble with our indoor rabbit kicking the entire contents of his litter tray out and then weeing wherever it landed. ordered this new litter tray and we now have no problems with him. Also most of his poo falls through the grate so the cage doesn't get too messy......10/10
FOUR RATS use this (medium size) and it works great. I didn't think it would work but they fill it up lol. I put a few of their droppings in with a small bit of brown paper bedding/litter under the grate and they use it as a bathroom. We did figure out where they were going in the cage before placing this in their chosen spot. (We also give them a different tray with river rocks and smooth large glass pebbles so they will pee there. Rats like to pee on smooth rocks.) It was working so well we got a second one for another floor in their DCN. Determined rats might be able to squeeze behind it and coax it loose from the cage, that happened to us but we kept putting it back and they lost interest. If they kept doing that I would have found a way to zip-tie it in place, but we didn't have to. At the time we ordered this, we paid extra to ship it (to canada) because we had to have the grate. (At the time of this writing, it's now available via Prime.) The grate keeps them out of their poop and leaves the litter in place. Cleans pretty easily. We have these litter boxes about 7 months. Tip: It may take two people to place them in the back of a CN cage, or one person might do it if they remove the cage door.
Attaches to the case, good size, no litter needed. My little guy has been doing all his pooping g in there. All I did is put his poop in anytime he pooped. It took a couple weeks but now hes fully pooping in it on his own. I also made his ramp go directly into his litterbox, so he has to go over it to go up the ramp. Really great product. Feels durable. No eating or laying in litter.