Hooded cat litter tray with a Simon's Cat design, including fun cat images that you and your cat will love, with an active carbon filter to combat odours and a large swing door entry.
When nature calls, your cat appreciates having somewhere clean and private to get down to business. The Simon's Cat Hooded Filter Litter Tray offers your cat exactly that, as well as featuring fun designs and offering a safe place. This Simon's Cat Hooded Filter Litter Tray is particularly decorative and completes the Simon's Cat collection.
The Simon's Cat Hooded Filter Litter Tray offers increased hygiene thanks to its hood, helping to stop litter from spilling out
. The entrance features a large swing door that is decorated with the same fun Simon's Cat motif
as the side walls. It also includes a practical litter scoop
that fits in a compartment in the lid for storage, ensuring it is always to hand.
Simon's Cat Hooded Filter Litter Tray at a glance:
- Fun hooded cat litter tray
- Perfect for Simon's Cat fans
- Iconic Simon's Cat design: with a cute comic motif on the sides and door, in a pleasing colour combination
- Active carbon filter in lid: helps to combat unpleasant odours
- Removable lid: allows for easy cleaning, fastening with side clips
- Closed design: place to scrape without litter all flying out, making the area round the litter tray more hygienic
- Large swing door: comfortable to enter and removable if needed
- Includes litter scoop: can be stored in the lid compartment so that it is always to hand
- 4 feet: for stability
- Carry handle makes it easy to transport
- Stable construction, made from high-quality plastic
- Type of litter tray: hooded
- Total: 50 x 37 x 39 cm (L x W x H)
- Inner: approx. 45 x 34 x 33 cm (L x W x H)
- Entrance: approx. 20 x 20 cm (W x H)
- Height of base tray: approx. 11cm
- Entry height: approx. 14cm
- Swing door: removable
- Filter: active carbon
- Carry handle: folds down
Simon Tofield, an English animator, created the charming and mischievous cartoon character Simon's Cat, inspired by the antics of his own four cats.