dealscitikitty cat toilet training kit for $29.99

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Please note that even though this is in the Kitchen and Dining area, I do not recommend using it in either place!

We're trying this right now, you have to go slow moved us ahead to fast and now am going to have to start over.

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my cats like to drink from the toilets and i have to keep the lids down all the time. :-( i wish i could train this though, it would be fun

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Once your cat is trained like mine, you NEED to get the automatic flusher. It's only $60 and works great if you have to go out of town for a weekend.
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we don't have this one, but we have the Litter Kwitter. Almost fully trained, but I think I like the idea of the multiple stages that the LK has more.

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We tried this with our cats a while ago. It was working for most of them, but the dumb one kept eating the flushable litter, which was made of corn meal. So we had to stop. But it does work.

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Didn't work for my cats, but that is the problem with having five. The younger four took to it no problem, but the eldest has some hip problems so he wasn't having any of it. Since he never used it I had to keep a cat box and eventually the other cats decided to heck with the toilet. Oh well, we used that World's Best Litter now which makes cleaning catboxes a breeze.

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I have a puppy, can I use this?
sorry someone had to ask!

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I really like the idea of this, but my cat is not graceful at all. The idea of him tracking toilet water all over the house after he falls in (and he would) makes me cringe.

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I seriously thought about this, but decided that I really didn't want to have to wait on a cat to finish in the bathroom when I really need to go. Besides, what would they read while in there anyway?

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This works great, I never have to scoop poop again! It is so much cheaper than Litter Kwitter and does the same exact thing.

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We used the litter kwitter, and though it worked it took quite a while. I'd be hesitant to go with any toilet training tool that didn't have a way to go back a step. We needed to restart from scratch once, and we've gone back a step a couple times. As other posters said, there's no real way to tell when your cat is ready to go to the next step, so there's a lot of trial and error involved.

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I just used a rolled up news paper and beat the cat til it took a dump in the toilet. Now it does it there all the time. Save yourselves some $$$.