Moonshuttle Blackhole Cat Litter Mats

These look really cool – does anyone have them? Moonshuttle sells two cat litter mats on Chewy – one is a super sized rectangle and the other is a cat head shape.

Moonshuttle Blackhole Cat Litter Mat - Super Size Rectangular 30" X 23"

Blackhole Cat Litter Mat – Super Size Rectangular 30″ X 23″ on Chewy

Blackhole Cat Litter Mat

Blackhole Cat Litter Mat – Headshape 23″ X 21″ $36.99

Blackhole Cat Litter Mat - Super Size Rectangular2

Blackhole Cat Litter Mat2

Blackhole Cat Litter Mat3

Blackhole Cat Litter Mat - Super Size Rectangular3You can grab these on Chewy:

Do you have a cat litter mat that you like?  What’s the brand and model of it?


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  1. Patti Johnson says:

    Looks very cool, indeed! I have the same litter mat (as Teresa Reid) from Petco (based on her previous recommendation to me in another comment section months ago) and it’s the best one I’ve used so far. Like, Teresa, I’ve added this litter mat to my wishlist as well! 🙂

    Big hugs!

    Patti & Pink Sugar 🙂 <3

  2. Teresa Reid says:

    This really looks wonderful. I love the fact that the top looks soft for their little feeties! Hate it when they have to walk on hard stuff. I love my litter mat that I got from Petco – in fact, I have two of them and they are made of really soft rubber and have little indented dots that catch the litter. When it falls in the dots, I just vacuum it up or dump it right back in and it really really keeps them from tracking it on the carpet. Am putting this one on their “wishlist” for the future.

  3. Dexter Ragdoll says:

    im curious and interested in any suggestions, be it a product or DIY, on keeping litter to a minimum outside the box. carpet seems to work for me but am open to new ideas.

    jenny, 3 days now with no accidents from dex. i think its arthritis 🙁

    but im glad he’s not sick!

  4. The idea of the mat seems nice however I am not sure it would work for me. Luna uses pine litter and I could see it getting stuck. I have two small weaved mats that i got for one dollar each. Yes cat littler tracks on it and some on the floor near by, but i just toss them away every night. Fast, simple and the littler is never out side of the bathroom area.

  5. Sure is well-reviewed on Amazon. I see there’s a link to email Moonshuttle’s customer service on Amazon- maybe you can reach them that way? Would love to hear your thoughts on this. I currently use the ribbed mats from PetSmart. They catch some litter, but definitely could do better.

    1. lynn, where do you see that link? i looked and couldn’t locate it.

    2. never mind – I found it through another method – thank you!

    3. Lynn, they replied! I am being sent 4 to product test! WOOT WOOT!! Thank you for pointing that out!

      1. So glad that worked! Will look forward to hearing what you, Charlie and Trigg think of them.

        Our drama here is that Emily caught a mouse in the garage! She paraded around with it in her mouth for awhile and then made the mistake of putting it down. It played dead for a second and took off under the dryer. She’s still out there waiting for it to come out. Iccccckkkky!

  6. Dexter Ragdoll says:

    honestly, a piece of carpet works better. it looks like the litter can be trapped in there, especially if its wet. then you have caked holes full of dried litter that you have to dig out.

    1. thanks for the tip – i haven’t had much success with rugs or carpet.

      1. Dexter Ragdoll says:

        well, i see the design on it, it separates.

        that would make it easier to clean, but still a ton of trapped litter in there that could become all caked up… idk. i just vacuum the carpet i have daily and pressure wash it once a month when i wash my car.

  7. Patricia McDermott says:

    omg these look fantastic! i need one so bad. even though i have the high sided litter boxes, one of mine goes lu lu when he buries and litter goes flying out of the box. i put a bath mat outside of the box and have to shake it out several times a day. this would be great!

    1. yes, i would love to review them, but can’t seem to locate the manufacturer’s website to request one.

    2. I have the large, rectangular one. Expensive, but it works like a charm…hardly any litter at all escapes it. I used to have to sweep around the litter box every day and now it’s no problem to just take care of things when I’m doing my regular vacuuming. Very easy to slide the trapped litter back into the box. It’s also very easy to clean, which I do once a month or so. I’ve had mine for four months.

      Now, all that said, it works great for a cat who *walks* over it…it traps any litter that was stuck to their paws. But if litter is flying around willy-nilly, it’s only going to catch what happens to land on it…if the “Black Hole” is a similar size to the bath mat you’re already using and the flying litter isn’t going past the bath mat, I think it would work great for you.

      1. Cool – I haven’t done our review yet, but this has been my experience too – what kind of litter do you have?

        How do you go about cleaning it?

        1. I use Precious Cat clumping litter, as both cats like it versus some other types I’ve tried. 🙂

          To clean the litter mat, I put some hot, soapy water in a spray bottle and spray the all over–inside the pocket, plus the top and bottom surfaces. Then I spray it down with the garden hose and stand it up against something in the sun for a couple of hours to dry. I’ll have to modify that procedure once winter comes…probably use the bath tub and then sanitize it (the tub) afterwards.

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