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Skylight Litter Box


Living room, meet litter box. Designed to suit your cat’s needs and your home’s aesthetic, this modern litter box features a ventilated wooden lid and accessible corner entry. Hideaway Scoop sold separately.

Pay in full or 4 interest-free installments of $37.25 with
  • Streamlined design. No unnecessary grooves or small pieces. We made our box from two simple parts for painless assembly and maintenance.
  • Keeps mess contained. High sides and a wooden lid not only look great — they also control sprayers, diggers, and over-the-box-poopers.
  • Easy cleanup. Rounded corners match the shape of most scoops, so litter has nowhere to hide.
  • Ventilated for air and light flow. No one likes a dark, smelly bathroom. We worked with our Veterinary Advisor to ensure our ventilated design supports healthy air and light flow.
  • All cats welcome. Maximized space and accessible corner entry allow cats to do their business comfortably, making it especially great for large cats.
Skylight Litter Box

Overall Dimensions

19.675” L x 17” W x 18.15” H

Base Dimensions

18.75” L x 16.15” W

Entry Height From Floor


Entry Width



Approx. 9.38 lbs with lid.

Lid Weight Capacity

Up to 25lbs.



Safe and recyclable Polypropylene


Pine wood with a whitewash finish

Care Instructions


  1. Scoop out any clumps to make the box lighter. Then, carefully dump the litter into a trash bag or trash can. If the box is still too heavy to lift, scoop out some litter until the box reaches a manageable weight.
  2. Clean with gentle soap and hot water or with a gentle household cleaner. Opt for unscented products, as strong scents could deter your cat.
  3. Avoid using products with ammonia, bleach, or any type of caustic ingredient that could harm your cat.
  4. If scrubbing is needed, only use cleaning cloths, wipes, or natural and synthetic sponges. Avoid cleaning pads made of plastic or steel wool as these can permanently damage the surface.
  5. Clean the interior of the base every one-to-two weeks, or as needed.


  1. As needed, dust off with a warm, damp cloth.
  2. For deeper cleaning, use a non-abrasive wood surface cleaner. Cats don't like strong scents, so opt for unscented if possible.
Assembly Instructions

Step 1

Scout a location for your cat’s new litter box. Place it in a quiet location away from their food and water. If you’re replacing an old box, see our tips for transitioning your cat to a new litter box after you set it up.

Step 2

Fill the litter box with about 2-3 inches of kitty litter. Any more and your cat will likely kick the litter out onto your floor with gusto. Any less and they won’t have room to bury their business.

Step 3

Place the lid on top of the base, flush with each of the sides. Please note: the lid is designed to withstand a maximum of 25 pounds, so although it looks like a nice piece of furniture, please do not use it as a chair for bongo practice.