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Litter Kwitter Cat Toilet Training System

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  • Trains your cat to use a human toilet in 8 weeks or less
  • Works for all cats
  • Fits all standard toilets
  • Saves hundreds of pounds in litter
  • More hygienic than the litter tray
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Product Information

Technical Details
Pet TypeCat
Item Weight907 g
Product Dimensions7 x 40.6 x 39.4 cm
Item model numberLK1
Weight905 Grams
Number of Items1
Care InstructionsClean after Use
Compatible DevicesFits all standard toilets
Special FeaturesEasy to Use, Easy to Clean, Environmentally Friendly, Hygienic, Veterinary Approved
Specific UsesToilet Training, Behavioural Training, Indoor, Suitable for Young pets, Suitable for Adult pets
Batteries IncludedNo
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 2,107 in Pet Supplies (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 Kg
Date First Available5 Jan. 2010
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Product Description

Product Description

Train your cat to use a human toilet in 8 weeks or less

The Litter Kwitter is the award-winning 3-Step Training System designed to train cats to use a human toilet and thereby rid the house of an unhygienic litter tray. Sound weird? Well, not if you're the one dealing with the litter tray twice per day - picking out the poo and rinsing the drenched litter into the basin. In fact, Litter Kwitter users claim their homes have never been so clean! No more mess, no more germs, no more smells, no more hassle!

Litter Kwitter training kit

Professional training product

The Litter Kwitter and the training protocol were developed with animal behaviourists, vets and cat breeders to make sure they work with the cat's natural instincts. A happy cat is a successful cat and a great companion.

So, it is a professional training product developed with the following three key objectives:

  1. The training is kind to cats
  2. The training is based on an understanding of cats' natural habits
  3. The training is easy (for cat owners) to understand and use
Toilet trained cat
Is a toilet trained cat hygienic?

With a regular litterbox your cat soils the litter then steps in it with their paws & tracks through your home on kitchen tops, beds and carpets. Meanwhile, the litterbox is an open sewer on the floor in your utility room. You know how that smells when you walk in! A toilet-trained cat hops on the toilet with clean paws – the same clean paws they use to sit on your lap. Then they go directly into the water in the toilet pan. They do not touch the waste at all. The water in the pan covers the waste and hides the smell. Your cat walks through your home with clean paws.

Features & Benefits:
  • Strong & sturdy to support the weight of any size cat
  • Reusable training discs for cats that don't learn in an orderly fashion (i.e. all of them!). You can redo each stage as many times as it takes & retrain cats that move houses etc.
  • Can be fitted & removed in 5 seconds (if you need to share the toilet)
  • No tools required to fit the Litter Kwitter
  • Fits most standard toilets
  • Training developed with cats in mind – with animal psychology & behavior experts, vets and cat breeders
  • Work for all breeds of cat
  • Works for fat cats and slinky felines

How long will it take to train my cat?

This will depend on a number of factors like your cat’s age, temperament, sense of adventure and intelligence. Most cats figure it out in about 8 weeks or so, as long as you are patient and understanding. If your cat is older (above 5 years) or not litter trained, though, it will probably take a bit longer. They have more bad habits to un-learn. Cats as old as 15-years have been trained to our knowledge. And that's not to mention Lucky the 3-legged cat who overcame some obvious issues to become a Litter Kwitter graduate!

Directions for Use:

The training is organised into 3 stages to correspond with the 3 colour-coded training discs supplied with your Litter Kwitter:

Red Stage - Ready!
red stage

The Red Stage trains your cat to go into the bathroom whenever they need to ‘go’, and to hop up onto the toilet to do it. The special white seat starts on the floor next to the toilet with the red training disc full of litter just like their regular litter tray. This trains your cat to go into the bathroom when they need to go. Later, the whole device is placed on the toilet rim so your cat learns to hop up to go. They remain at the stage until it becomes second nature to them. This takes around 2-3 weeks on average.

Amber Stage - Steady!
amber stage

The Amber Stage uses the amber training disc which has a small hole in the centre surrounded by a reservoir of litter. Your cat treads on the litter while learning to balance over the hole. The location of the hole means your cat will move their front paws onto the seat whilst positioning their rear over the opening. Your cat will experience going into the water for the first time. This stage takes 2-3 weeks on average.

Green Stage - Go!
green stage

The Green Stage uses the disc with the large hole. Your cat learns to go directly into the toilet while balancing all four paws on the seat with their rear over the hole. The quantity of litter you use is reduced until finally there is none at all. Your cat won’t need litter any longer and you can enjoy the benefits of a litter-free home. This stage takes 2-3 weeks on average. Later, remove the Litter Kwitter completely, put the regular seat down and enjoy a cleaner, more hygienic and more fragrant home. Hooray!

Do I need any special equipment?

The Litter Kwitter is a complete kit that contains everything you will need to train your cat to use the toilet:

  • A universal base plate (a special kind of toilet seat that fits all standard toilets)
  • Three training discs (red, amber and green)
  • A comprehensive instruction booklet and DVD

Will it fit my toilet?

The Litter Kwitter is compatible with standard toilet bowls measuring 250mm (9.75 inches) to 380mm (15 inches) wide. The Litter Kwitter will fit any length of toilet seat however elongated seats will have a slight gap at the back that will not affect training. The Litter Kwitter is constructed from the same material as a fire fighter's hard hat so it can support even the heaviest cats. Works for multi-cat households with the Litter Kwitter Multi Kat Kit (sold separately).

Is it easy to do?

The Litter Kwitter includes a 30-minute multilingual* DVD with step-by-step training directions so you can see how to do it at each stage. Also included is a manual for quick reference.

*DVD audio in English and French with subtitles in English, Spanish, Italian, Chinese, French, Japanese, German, Dutch, Portuguese, Russian, Hungarian, Thai and Slovenian.


Follow the instruction on the indluded DVD

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

67 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Juiced Up on 17 Nov. 2010
We've been using the LK for around 18 months with our 3 cats - 2 Burmese boys and a Bengal girl who are indoor-only cats after previous cats fell casualty to the road. That's a lot of wee and poo to deal with, and we looked to the LK for a solution to the endless litter tray incidents, smells and the expense (Princess fussy paws Bengal only liked expensive litter - of course).

We're lucky to have a downstairs toilet which could be given over to the cats while training. The instructions are easy to follow, we moved their litter tray to toilet and put the LK next to it to get them used to its presence, then transferred some of their litter (& their doings) into the LK for a few days, and they gradually started to use the LK instead of/as well as their tray.

We then removed the litter tray and all 3 used the LK which was next to the toilet. We then moved it up onto a block next to the toilet to get them used to using it at height, then put it on the toilet itself. We kept it there with the red tray for about a week. It is true that with 3 cats, you do need to monitor it, it gets full quickly (one of our boys can pee pints at a time...) and you need to keep it as fresh as you can to encourage them to use it. We also found that as soon as we heard one of them jump up and start to dig (well, scratch at the seat) we could be there on hand when they were finished to reward good behaviour with a treat. They learned quickly and were very eager to collect treats.

We moved onto the orange tray with no problems - our Bengal fishes through the hole a bit as she loves water, but hey ho, and we gradually reduced the amount of flushable litter they had in it until it was just a few grains around the outside. Continued with treats - all went well.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Sandra S on 21 Nov. 2014
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The Litter Kwitter does work - as long as you know your cat really well. I think this is paramount. I did know that my cat was clever enough to learn to use this, as she is open to new habits. My cat is 5 years old. We started mid September by putting the litter close to the wc. After a few days, this was put to the level of the wc. Then we got rid of the litter and started using the litter kwitter. I won't say it was easy: my cat was really upset about it. You could really say she was extremely stressed out (for about a couple of weeks). The very first day, she was refusing to use the litter kwitter and held her wee for hours - she was looking for the old litter in the place it used to be. She was calling me out, meowing - I could se she was really uncomfortable. The key here was me being there, I think. I encouraged her to climb up and with soft, sweet voice I helped her/showed the new litter. I did so for 2 weeks: helping her every time (I'm lucky enough to work from home, so I could monitor her). We had a couple of incidents - but I didn't tell her anything, just encouraged her. After 4 weeks, we moved to the next stage, the amber tray. My cat was curious about it, a bit worried again, but much less traumatic than the first stage - for sure. The amber tray is already a great thing, as my cat wees and poos in the hole 4 times out of 5, so this is excellent. Last week, I tried to use the green tray: again, she got stressed out, really upset. She held her wee for hours: I couldn't stand to see her in pain, so I quickly swap the trays, put back the amber one and she finally managed to wee. I think it was not time for the green tray yet. We need to be patient, but I'm sure she eventually will get there. I'm absolutely certain about it.
Thank you Litter Kwitter!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By DJ Valentine on 3 Mar. 2015
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I'm going to change this to a 5* review when my cat finally graduates toilet school. If you have a particularly difficult cat who loves to dig/spray litter everywhere, here's my extended step program for cats with learning difficulties, and tips at the end:

1. Put the red potty in the cat's litter tray and get them used to it as a toilet-approved object
2. Put the litter tray into the bathroom of choice after a couple poops, have kitty get used to this new toilet environment
3. If you are using a hooded tray, uncover the hood. Kitty now needs to get used to reduced privacy, kitty may look you right in the eyes whilst weeing. Nod to kitty to give him your approval.
4. After some good poops in the tray, hopefully some landed in the red potty. With some used litter (so kitty gets the hint), and some new litter, put the red potty on the toilet into the white toilet adapter thing.
5. Let kitty get super used to this, it may take some protesting. My cat whined and whined until he just super needed to go and got over the situation. Well done kitty.
6. When you both feel ready, put the orange potty on top of the red potty. I tried to go right to orange, but my cat was so entranced by the water in the bowl, he forgot it was his toilet too and therefore imagined I had taken away his entire toilet and was whining and sad. Use some used litter to trick your cat into believing the orange potty is really the red potty.
7. This shouldn't take long, once he poops and pees in the Orange-Red potty for about a day, you can take away and store the red one. Congratulations! You have reached stage 2!
8. When you are happy with kitty's confidence with orange, get the green one and put it on top of the orange one.
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