Litter Kwitter is the original world famous cat toilet training system. You can teach your cat to use the toilet in 3-easy steps. No more messing around with cat litter, a litter maid, scoop free litter boxes or other automatic cleaning litter boxes – say goodbye to the mess, germs, smell & hassle of the litter tray… forever!
Litter Kwitter starts next to the toilet with a seat device and a red plastic disk full of litter so your cat knows what it is & where to go to use it. Then you put it on the porcelain rim of the toilet, so your cat learns to hop up. Once your cat gets the idea that the toilet is where the action is, you can move to the amber disk.
It has a hole in the middle and room for some litter around the edges so that your cat can use it but also starts to learn how to perch on the edge of the seat itself. It doesnt usually take too long to get the hang of this so then its time to use the green disk. It has a bigger hole so that your cat can balance on the seat and, know that everything will end up in the toilet.
Most cats figure it out in about 8 weeks or so, as long as you are patient and understanding. If your cat is older (above 8 years) or not litter trained, it will probably take a bit longer. They have more bad habits to un-learn.
The Litter kwitter is made from the same material as a Firefighter’s Hard Hat – it’s about as hard and stiff as plastic can get. It wont bend, flex, crack, split or move no matter how large your cat is. Its so strong that it can cope with a cat weighing up to whopping 30kg (65 lb).
Cats look different but their bodies work the same way as humans in the ‘Yum to Yuk’ process: they eat (Yum!), they get energy from digesting the food (to be able to claw the furniture & chase the balls of paper), and they deposit the waste (Yuk!). Toilets are designed to deal with the waste better than any other device in the house (and definitely better than plastic trays on the floor in the laundry room).
Still not convinced? Think about this: cats use the litter tray, bury the waste (by treading in it) then tread around your home on bench tops, beds, laps and rugs. Yuk! A toilet trained cat treads on a clean toilet seat (it is clean, I hope!), deposits their waste in the water, then treads around your home with clean paws: no more mess, no more germs, no more smells, no more hassle. Enough said.