LARGE SIZE HAS CHANGED TO FIT NEW LARGE SIZE LITTERBOX.
The screen is actually slightly smaller than the original
screen size It is now 14 1/2 x 10 3/4. If you are wanting to
replace your original litter box screen 15 x 11, then be sure to
put that in the comments. It will take us a a few days to fill your
order as we will make it when we make our next batch of litter box
sits directly on litter. It is not a raised type of screen ---
please see the video to see how it works. Check out our Product Feature
video about the Litter Screen on YouTube
this for our own bunnies many years ago, and it's still in great
shape. It saved us money on litter and kept our bunnies feet clean,
so now we've decided to share what's worked for us, with
As we all know
rabbits like to get into their box not only to do their "business"
but to also hang out and eat hay. They will get in and out many
times throughout one 24 hour period. By doing this, the unused
litter gets mixed with the urine soaked litter, poos and hay
pieces, making it difficult to scoop the bad without wasting alot
of the good. With the screen, it allows the urine to soak
through into a nice neat confined area which is easy to scoop up,
and the poos sit on top of the screen, making them easy to
throwout, while preserving the litter below.
NOTE: If you use sheets of paper or shredded paper for
litter, this screen will not work well with it. -- Needs
to be an absorbent litter like compressed pellets of paper or
Plus, the fact
it is so easy to just lift the screen and dump the poos daily makes
it a cleaner place for your bunnies to hang out in. And if your
bunny is a "digger" and loves to make a mess of his habitat, then
this is the perfect solution.
When you put
hay in the box like we do, the screen makes it even that much
easier to separate it all and then just scoop out the soaked litter
metal handles acidic aspect of urine very well, and the tightly
woven mesh screen makes it easier on bunnies sensitive hocks.
We've had the
same litter box screen for over five years now and it's going
strong--and with no less than two bunnies at one time it gets alot
of action! Plus, it has held up very well against our scrub
brushes and soaking when needed.
Medium 3 oz
Large 5 oz
From J Martin of Port Orange, Florida on 4/2/2013.
Excellent product, makes cleaning the litter boxes very easy.We use it on top of carefresh, and as an added bonus, it prevents the bunnies from digging the carefresh out of the box.
Must Have for Rabbit Owners!
From Jacqueline King of Dunstable, Massachusetts on 3/30/2013.
keeps the litter area much more clean and easier to clean. Makes much happier rabbits and happier rabbit owners!
Makes Clean Up Easier
From kimberlypdx of Portland, Oregon on 3/28/2013.
I started using this over a month ago and have really appreciated it. Although it can be tricky to pick it up without some of the poop rolling off into the litter box, it does help collect it well so that I can throw away/use less of the bedding.
Corner litter screen
From Anonymous of pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on 3/27/2013.
Do you have a corner litter screen?
Screen all the litter boxes!
From Courtney of Coastal, California on 3/20/2013.
The screen is great! We had one custom made due to having a very large litter box, and it fit perfectly! Nobunny seems to be interested in chewing on the edges, it keeps our little girl from digging a big mess, and it's a breeze to clean up! Mostly we got it to stop the digging, but it has made litter . . .
From Dana of Goleta, California on 3/1/2013.
I ordered two of the largest size to help with saving hay and helping to stop one of my buns from digging like crazy. They work really well with stall pellet/feline pine type litter, as well as care fresh. They really do seem to pay for themselves, because you end up wasting a lot less hay and bedding. . . .
Keeps bun's fur dry!
From Carol of Singapore, Singapore on 2/5/2013.
sorry for the late review. my bunny had issue with one of her hind limbs and toileting became a challenge. thanks to these screens, i was finally able to keep her fur dry. she's a tiny bun though, with tiny size poop which manages to fall through the screen and get mixed up with the bedding pellets. . . .
Keeps litter in it's place!
From ELEANOR DORIO of Whitefield, Maine on 2/3/2013.
Love the idea. For my litter box it could be a little bigger. Bunnies accepted it without a though.I use Feline Pine litter and now no longer waste it because of feces. Great idea and great product!!!
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