WonderBox Disposable Litter Box and Liner – Reader Reports!

| August 26, 2015 | 4 Comments

WonderBox Disposable Litter Box and LinerA reader wrote to me asking me if I knew about the WonderBox Disposable Litter Box and Liner and that she buys them at Publix for $3/ea and just loves them. I did a quick Amazon search and found them on Amazon. A pack of 3 sells for about the same price – less than $9 for 3.

Here’s what Chris had to say:

WonderBox Disposable Litter Box and Liner“These are $3.00 and last for quite a while. They are made of old newspapers and baking soda for odor control. I was using a plastic liner in the litterbox in the first week when we first got Widgy but the smell was worse than it is with this box. I have only used two as we have had him for 5 weeks. I put it in the real litterbox and then just pick it up and throw it out. I saw some today at Petco that I believe were the same dimensions(approximately 9.5 inches x 14 inches). They are three for 13.95, which is more expensive. Since I have the box in the master bath and when I go, Widget goes, I can scoop it out very often. Just wondering if you know anyone else that uses these. These are sold at WonderBox Disposable Litter Box and Linerour grocery store, Publix and are sometimes on sale for $2.50. The only downside is obvious. Widget is over six pounds and is a little over 4 months. He will soon be hanging over the box. But you just throw it away. No washing. We will deal with this when he gets too big. Just thought you might know about these. thank you for all that you do and happy birthday to Murphy too!!! Chris Chocallo Sarasota FL ps these would be good for traveling.”

If you want to try them out and don’t have a Publix or don’t want to go to Publix you can order a 3-pack of the WonderBox Disposable Litter Box and Liner here.

Do you have experience with these disposable litter pans? How do you like them?

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Hi, I’m Jenny Dean, creator of Floppycats! Ever since my Aunt got the first Ragdoll cat in our family, I have loved the breed. Inspired by my childhood Ragdoll cat, Rags, I created Floppycats to connect, share and inspire other Ragdoll cat lovers around the world,

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  1. Patti Johnson says:

    Thanks, Jenny, for sharing Chris’ information with us about these awesome disposable litter pans. And a BIG CONGRATS to you, Chris, on your new Ragdoll, Widgy! I can totally understand the benefit of using these while Widgy is young. Perfect for a kitten.

    I wonder if anyone makes them in a larger size for bigger kittehs? Hmmmmm. These would be awesome for traveling, etc.. (and general use if they made them a bit larger with higher sides for larger cat breeds!

    But, again, a great idea while your kitten is smaller or if you have a smaller breed of cat while traveling or just using around the house to keep litter box maintenance a bit simpler.

    Thanks for the great info, Chris!!!!

    Big hugs!

    Patti & Miss Pink Sugarbelle 🙂 <3

  2. plmcat says:

    hmmm i like this idea. i have a covered litter box that you turn sideways and it dumps the clumps into a little tray and i’d say the inside dimensions of that one are about the same as these and my 14 pounder uses it. i was surprised. he does have his front paws out when he is going and then reaches in after and covers it. he has another box upstairs in the bathroom but he doesn’t go up there if he is downstairs. i’d like to see bigger but i think i’ll give these a try. i haven’t seen them anywhere but i haven’t really been looking for litter boxes. thanks for sharing.

  3. chris chocallo says:

    Just out of curiosity, I went to Amazon and there is a larger box made by Nature’s Miracle, which is 21×15, quite q bit larger. Will keep that in mind as Widget is growing lfike a weed. He has no trouble in there now but will need a larger one sooner or later. Chris

  4. Amy Drummond says:

    That’s awesome. I wonder if I can locate something like this in Australia.

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