The PetsMaster Rolls Out the Buyer’s Guide for the Best Litter Boxes

The PetsMaster presents cat owners with the list of the top 10 best litter boxes of 2017 for their pets.

Cat make adorable and playful pets. Yet their bold and independent nature sometimes make owning them a tiresome task. As much as they love getting tons of attention and care, cats also require a nice litter box to do their business.

But given the variety of litter boxes present in the market, it is not easy for pet owners to choose the best for their kitten. To solve this problem, top-rated pet product reviewer, The PetsMaster has compiled a list of top 10 litter boxes in their perfectly constructed buyer's guide for cat owners -

Created by David Harris, The PetsMaster gives pet owners the precise insights on pet products to help pet parents buy the apt product for their fur babies. The review website specifically centers on accessories made for dogs and cats. Examining every product exclusively, David personally makes sure that his readers get the complete in and out of the merchandise before making a purchase.

Their new publication, The Best Litter Boxes 2017 is an informative buyer’s guide that list down 10 of the best litter boxes available in the market including PetSafe ScoopFree Ultra, CatGenie Self Washing, Good Pet Stuff Company, Petsfit Espresso, Designer Catbox, Modkat Litter Box, Modkat Flip Litter Box , Merry Products Nightstand, Tidy Cats Breeze, and Petmate Clean Step.

The detailed pros and cons of each litter box are enlisted along with a video review. This article also explains the unique features of the different types of litter boxes ― open top litter box, covered top litter box, hidden litter box, self-cleaning litter box, and sifting litter box ― available nowadays.

Few important tips from buyer’s guide can help readers choose what’s best for them ― 1) While buying a litter box, choose one according to your space rather than giving preference to the design. 2) Clean the litter box DAILY. Cats like to mess up everything except their litter boxes and failing to do so will give your cat the freedom of doing it anywhere. 3) The owner should place the litter box somewhere the cat habitually sits. Don’t switch places if replacing an old box with a new one.

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