Dome, Cleanstep Cat Box, Titanium
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Product Description

It's the world's greatest litter box. Booda Dome Clean Step combines all the best features into one stylish litter box. 99% odor free. 50% bigger than your average litter box. Accommodates cats of every size. Clean-step ramp keeps the litter in the box, not on your floor. Covered for privacy and cleanliness. Your cat can dig to his heart's content without scattering the litter from the box. Built-in handle. Made of easy-to-clean plastic. Makes clean-up even easier with Booda Liners. Sold separately. Complete the set with a color coordinating Scoop & Hide. This 2-piece unit features a sifting scoop that works on all types of litter and a stylish hideaway. Sold separately. Made in the USA.

Features:
  • Covered litter box with paw-cleaning steps and air filter
  • Built in litter mat stairs dislodges litter from paws for cleaner floors
  • Large box for accommodating 2 cats with ease
  • Covered for privacy and cleanliness
  • Measures 21 by 21 inches (height by diameter)

Customer Reviews:

  • no oder!
    Cats love the Bodda! Make sure you get the liners that are for the specfic model. Any others don't fit. It is also larger than I thought It would be. I have room but you might reconsider if you have a small apt....more info
  • My favorite litter box
    This is the best litter box I've owned, and have been happy with it for over 5 years. Yes the "stairs" accumulate litter, and that is how less litter is tracked into the house. Less litter, not 'no' litter. I enjoy the attractive design, and the cats enjoy the privacy. The curved design of the litter area makes for in my opinion easier scooping and more places the cat is willing to go to the bathroom (rather than in just four corners of a square bin)....more info
  • A nice solution to traveling cat litter.
    I bought this box for my two cats who have been tracking cat litter all over my kitchen floor. My first attempt to solve this problem was a litter mat, but my cats just jumped over it. This was my second attempt and it works wonderfully. The stairs keep the litter contained and the "tunnel" out prevents them from avoiding the stairs. I still have the litter mat outside the box, but it hasn't had to catch much yet. My only issue with this box is that it is difficult to close the two halves. ...more info
  • My favorite litter box
    This is the best litter box I've owned, and have been happy with it for over 5 years. Yes the "stairs" accumulate litter, and that is how less litter is tracked into the house. Less litter, not 'no' litter. I enjoy the attractive design, and the cats enjoy the privacy. The curved design of the litter area makes for in my opinion easier scooping and more places the cat is willing to go to the bathroom (rather than in just four corners of a square bin)....more info
  • Nice at first, disappointing in the long haul
    As an owner of three cats, my wife and I were not pleased with our open-air shallow litter box. We are sure to scoop at least once daily to remove the odor from our laundry room and to keep the kitties happy with a clean box. Unfortunately, one of our cats, in particular, seems to enjoy kicking litter as hard as he can, the result of which was piles of litter on the floor that would then get kicked and tracked around the tile floor. None of the various rugs or mats we bought was capable of containing the mess.

    Frustrated, we went to the local pet store to look for a closed litter box to reduce the potential for kicked litter mess and to lessen the inevitable smell. I put no price on products that ease litter box maintenance, so we didn't hesitate to spend three times as much as the typical shallow litter pan on this 'specialty' box.

    The design, at first, seemed flawless. The litter stayed in the box, very few granules found their way onto the floor, and the mat in front of the stair case was able to keep up with those that did. I noticed very little odor control improvement, even with the supplied filter, but we were happy with the litter control. Five months later, however, it wasn't "working" as described; Buddy, the messy cat, had begun to kick litter down onto the stairs, which would then inevitably spill out and make a mess. It became part of the daily routine to completely clean out the stairs due to all the litter accumulation.

    Last week was when we started finding pee in the stair case. Trust me, we keep the thing as clean as possible - I even completely washed out the box thinking that if I removed the odor from the stairs with cleaner they'd quit doing it. Nope. Then they began peeing in the stairs first, then scooping litter out to soak it up. Talk about a mess. I'm fine with scooping daily - but not with that nasty chore.

    Another terrible design flaw is the two corners of the litter area are impossible to scoop - and of course, our kitties loved using the corners. Even our narrow scoop didn't fit the contours of the corner, resulting in broken clumps and more frustration.

    A typical box-design enclosed litter box works far better and provides more litter space as well. I'd have to refrain from recommending this product.
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  • Booda Dome Cat Litter Box
    This cat box works great! It has plenty of room on the interior for your cat to move around & gives your cat the privacy he/she likes. My 2 cats didn't know what to make of the steps at first, but quickly adapted to this new style of box. It holds plenty of litter & is easy to keep tidy. Only one thing that you may want to keep in mind when thinking about purchasing this box is its size. It does take up more room than most other boxes out there on the market. I bought it to use with an extra large cat litter mat & together, they make a great team. I used to have litter being tracked through my apartment all the time & now I don't have any. Whatever the steps on the way in & out of the dome don't catch, the extra large mat does. No more litter being carried into the rest of home! I would certainly recommend this product....more info
  • Great Litter Box
    Great litter box. Clean-up is easy & my cats love it. The design also seems to keep the younger one from bothering the older one while she's using the litter box (which used to be a big problem). It does take up a lot of space but it's worth it. Color is kind of hideous in person but we hide ours in a closet so it's not a big deal. ...more info
  • Very bulky, still need a mat to catch litter
    My hope for this litter box was that it would eliminate all of the little litter particles I step on with my bare feet every time I walk by the box. While it did eliminate the large piles that would come out of the sides from time to time, I find that a lot of litter still gets tracked out on to the floor. Do not buy this expecting to not need a mat right outside the entrance....more info
  • Horrible!! Broken! Mishapen!
    It took the seller more than 2 weeks to deliver the product to me and when I got it the item was broken and the lid did not fit properly whatsoever. I was very disappointed that it took longer than they had promised and was damaged upon arrival! And on top of that the damage was not damage that could have been caused from shipment. It had to be damaged prior to them packing it.
    I will never order from this seller again!...more info
  • smelly litter on stairs
    This is no were like the Boda max that was truly order free. Cats use it littler gets on the steps and floor box smells .No matter what kind of litter you use. Even if you scoop each day like I do. Not worth the money. Please bring the boda max back....more info
  • Good at first, a pain once your cats get used to it...
    I bought one of these a few months ago with the hope that my two cats would stop flinging litter all over the kitchen. One of them has a tendency to leap out of the box when he's finished his business, while the other digs as if she's on her way to China. We had a normal square covered box at first, but I figured this would solve the problem.

    It did, for a while.

    Like the other reviewers, however, I do notice that the box needs another wall at the entrance. The box itself is also far too small for two cats and needs to be scooped on a daily basis; even with the odor control panel, it stinks up my apartment (sometimes even when it's scooped daily!). The top of the box does not latch on to the bottom, meaning that with enthusiastic diggers, it gets nudged off the bottom...leading to cat waste outside the box thanks to them backing up against the walls. Even with the litter liners, this thing is a pain.

    I'm on my way to get a new box today to replace this one. It's a shame, I had such hope for it!...more info
  • best catbox available!
    This is the best box for attractiveness and discreteness. It catches a lot of loose litter on it's steps which makes cleaning easy. It's the 2nd booda dome I have bought and I am really pleased with it....more info
  • the best box
    This is the best cat litter box I have ever seen. I live in an apartment and so I need to keep the box in the living/dining room - and guests never even notice it's there! I like this product so much that I purchased another one for my father who has multiple cats. The day he set it up, the cats STOOD IN LINE waiting for their turn to use the new, fancy box (even though their old one was in the same room). ...more info
  • Great, but a couple things to watch for
    This is a great box and I second all praise in the other reviews. The bullets points of my personal experience are:

    * Our 14 pound, taller than average, cat fits fine.

    * However, the lid doesn't lock well and our cat used to knock the lid off.

    * I now slip a 2.5 pound weight under the lid handle and it stays on fine.

    * My cat can fling litter around like crazy without making a big mess.

    * However, he still manages to track some of his Feline Pine out of the box. Booda's fancy stairs catch some but not all.

    * The box keeps the stink in pretty well, which is good and bad. We have to remind ourselves to change the box. It won't stink on the outside but can be totally rank on the inside. If we forget to change it, our cat won't brave the stink inside and will use something else.

    * Most liners won't fit this box. We buy the Booda brand made for this box.

    * We only change the carbon filter around twice per year. The filter does do something, but not so much that it's worth changing all the time.

    Overall, I join in with those who've said I would definitely buy this box again.
    ...more info
  • Great for older cats and those with hip/joint problems
    I've got a geriatric cat with litter box issues and so far this has been the best box I've used with him. Here's what I like about it:

    - Low profile entry way with ramp
    My cat Steve's back legs and hips have been getting progressively weaker (he's over 18) which makes it difficult for him to get up and over the lip of traditional litter boxes. The low entry way and ramp on the Booda are great for him to get in and out of the box easily.

    - Big deep litter area
    Steve also has kidney problems which necessitates subcutaneous fluid treatments to help flush his kidneys. This means he urinates frequently so the litter box fills up quickly. The Booda's litter pan is big and deep so it can handle all the little stops he makes without getting too dirty.

    - Hooded for cleanliness
    We always kept our litter boxes in the basement, but once Steve was no longer able to navigate stairs easily he started to have accidents on the 1st & 2nd floors of our house. We decided to put a litter box in the dining room but it was always a big ugly mess. Litter would get everywhere and he would sometimes pee just outside the box even tho' he was standing right in it (lots of fun). The Booda solves all this with its hooded design. Steve is fully "contained" in there and the dining room smells way, way better.

    Still, there was one modification I needed to make:

    - The ramp has undulating ridges with little plastic nodules on it to (theoretically) de-litter-ify cat feet. In practice however, Steve runs down the ramp as fast as possible (uncomfortable on his pads I imagine) and usually ends up slipping a bit. To fix this, I cut out a section of an old bath mat and covered the ramp with it. This gives him soft traction and also rubs the excess litter from his feet. Bath mats are perfect since they have rubber backing on them that grips the ramp and doesn't slip down the incline. Also, when the mat gets dirty I can just throw it in the washer.

    Altogether the Booda Dome has been a great find for Steve and I. He hasn't thanked me outright, but I can sense he's happier......more info
  • Horrible!! Broken! Mishapen!
    It took the seller more than 2 weeks to deliver the product to me and when I got it the item was broken and the lid did not fit properly whatsoever. I was very disappointed that it took longer than they had promised and was damaged upon arrival! And on top of that the damage was not damage that could have been caused from shipment. It had to be damaged prior to them packing it.
    I will never order from this seller again!...more info
  • Great Concept, Poorly Executed...
    We have three full grown cats and have had this box for a couple months now. I don't want to mess with two litter boxes so it has to be cleaned daily. I purchased it because of the unusual design and mainly because the dog kept getting into our other litter box.

    Main concerns:
    1) Round shape too small/awkward for our cats (Nope... the one male is a pretty stocky boy, and although he likes getting into it when it's being cleaned - as they all do, he has no problem with space when the lid is on.)
    2) Cleaning corners (It's not any more of a pain than a regular litterbox. My literal 15 years of professional litterbox cleaning experience have taught me that the key is pushing more litter into the corners after scooping... with this shape there are only two "corners" to worry about.)
    3) Lid getting bumped off while cat is moving around (Hasn't proven to be too much of a problem. I wouldn't park it on the oriental rug if you know what I mean, but as another reviewer mentioned, the key is to put the lid on starting on the front on either side of the steps and make sure it's completely connected.) I really wish they would have just put clamps on it.

    My biggest problem was the charcoal filter... I don't know if it was jacked up when I got it or something, but it was the stupidest looking contraption I had ever seen. It was two circular "holders" joined by a strip of plastic. One end fit under the handle on the inside of the top of the lid, and the other I guess was supposed to hold the filter and clip onto the inside side of the lid? If that's truly how it was supposed to work, it didn't. I ended up intentionally snapping off one end and gorilla gluing the other circular piece under the handle so there wouldn't be a gaping hole. I don't even use the filters, which I personally think don't actually work anyway. Mainly the incredibly crappy plastic construction irritated me. I didn't even bother with the plastic liner because common sense dictates that an animal with claws scratching will make quick work of a so-called "convenient" plastic liner. If only it were that simple. But I won't complain - whoever invented clumping litter was a genius.

    If you're purchasing this to keep litter on the floor to a minimum it does work... honestly, just forego the cute little cat-head shaped ten dollar mat at Petsmart - go to Walmart and buy a 2 dollar outdoor mat to put in front of the box. I've always done this and it keeps them from tracking. The stairs do catch most of the litter (surprising amounts at times) so it needs vaccumed weekly or so, but I have never had problems with them peeing on the steps.

    All in all, I would recommend this product if you don't mind all the bugs. You've got to admit it looks a heck of a lot nicer than a standard litter box if it's in an obvious place - just make sure you have plenty of room since it is large. The practical design just could have been done so much better. I hope they address these issues and come out with a 2.0....more info
  • worst cat box ever!
    -The liners are not big enough for the box.
    -the odor filters are no help
    -the ad states there is a handle..but it does not firmly attach to the sides so you cant pick the bottom and top up with the handle..just the lid only...
    -the traditional cat box with handle and side attachements are much easier to empty.
    -stairs were a bonus, but not for all the yucky mess that goes with cleaning this huge unhelpful box.
    ...more info
  • A nice solution to traveling cat litter.
    I bought this box for my two cats who have been tracking cat litter all over my kitchen floor. My first attempt to solve this problem was a litter mat, but my cats just jumped over it. This was my second attempt and it works wonderfully. The stairs keep the litter contained and the "tunnel" out prevents them from avoiding the stairs. I still have the litter mat outside the box, but it hasn't had to catch much yet. My only issue with this box is that it is difficult to close the two halves. ...more info
  • Very bulky, still need a mat to catch litter
    My hope for this litter box was that it would eliminate all of the little litter particles I step on with my bare feet every time I walk by the box. While it did eliminate the large piles that would come out of the sides from time to time, I find that a lot of litter still gets tracked out on to the floor. Do not buy this expecting to not need a mat right outside the entrance....more info