Large Cat Pan/Litter Box Liner Bags, 10-ct. Boxes
Worth buying and trying!
I used to buy the name brand liners at the big box store & I gave this brand a try. They are thinner and do get clawed through at times(both cats are front declawed). I learned to place two liners in the box and I have a huge rubber band to keep them in place. If the cats do happen to make a hole, I have the bottom liner to catch any litter; mostly, I am concerned with urine odor being absorbed into the plastic litter box from soiled litter. Usually, I don't need to change the lower liner because the box gets changed before the top liner can get damaged, so I am not going through more of the dollar store liners than I would with the name brand. I have completely switch now to this brand. Try for yourself!
October 16, 2012
Well worth using!
These litter liners are a nice size to fit into the litter box. Although they are thinner than some on the market, using two does the trick. I highly recommend them!
January 20, 2014
Best cat pan liners I have tried
I am always looking for solutions to the pervasive cat litter box issues. My cat usually can scratch through liners, but with these I have not seen that problem. They stay intact and provide a neat way of disposing of litter without having to clean the pan. Saves me time and is way more sanitary.
January 11, 2014
While these are very basic, they do the job of protecting the cat box from messes. A package of cat box liners from Target are around $8, and while those are heavier, larger and might have a draw string, I prefer the savings I get at Dollar Tree!
July 26, 2013