Van Ness Framed Sifting Cat Pan

Framed Sifting Cat Pan

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Simplify litter pan maitenance with The Van Ness Framed Sifting Enclosed Cat Litter Pan. The Van Ness Framed Sifting Litter Pan eliminates the need for a litter scoop - reducing clean up time and extending the life of your clumping litter.  The Van Ness Framed Sifting Litter Pan is ideal for multiple cat households with large cats that like to dig and make a mess in the litter pan.

  • Made in USA
  • Assembled: 48.26 cm x 38.41 cm x 20.32 cm
  • Made from odor and stain reisitant plastic with a high polish finish that is easy to clean and maintain.
  • Odor and Stain Resistant
  • Safe for your pet and your home
  • Elegant Style


Assembled product dimensions: L 48.26 cm x W 38.42 cm x H 13.34 cm x W 6329.00 grams


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48.26 cm x 38.41 cm x 20.32 cm
French Blue
Shipping Product Length
5.50 IN
Shipping Product Width
15.50 IN
Shipping Product Height
19.00 IN
Shipping Product Weight
2.80 LB
Van Ness
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31166738, 801081
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Van Ness Framed Sifting Cat Pan is rated 2.875 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Waste of money Looks like a good idea, but it isn't. Followed instructions. When the cat urinates, the clumping cat litter becomes like cement and fills the grooves/opening in the top tray. Probably would work if the cat would just poop, but add urine and the grooved tray becomes clogged. I just spent an hour poking cement like litter out of the holes. Do not recommend at all.
Date published: 2014-12-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best litter box I usually replace the litter box every year due to smell in the plastic, but have not had to do that with this one. I find it easier to clean than using a scoop to clean the clumps. I have 2 cats and they both use it. To clean the box and grit, just hose it outside.
Date published: 2016-07-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not as good as i thought It sounded really good but after using it for a couple of weeks I find it's more work than using the sifter. First you take off the splash guard and set it aside then you remove the grate shake it dump the clumps and poop in to a bag, find something to scrape the clumped sand off of the grate then set it aside. Now you take out the first solid container with the cleaned sand and set it aside. replace the grate in the empty container. pour the clean sand into the container with the grate. place the container with the grate and sand into the empty container. It works but it's more trouble than using the scooper so I got rid of the grate (it was thick and she didn't like it much)and I use it as a regular cat box. It is well made and I like the splash guard but I think you could find a cat box with the splash guard for a lot less
Date published: 2016-06-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works ok... But mine came pink. :/ Works great for me, with good litter that agglomerates well, you won't have problems with it clogging (like others did). Though, I often scoup because it makes a lot of dust when using that technique... :/ I mostly do it when I know there will be a lot of stuff after being gone for a long time! x) Be careful if you don't like pink, though... I wanted the blue but got this one... -_-'
Date published: 2016-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this I love this but I can see why some give it a bad review. I have a product that can be found in the store but is a little different they this one on line and it is made by the same company. I have one with three trays and a separate sides that snaps on. The thing on top is the sides, then you have the sifting tray with a tray under it that looks like a normal litter box and under it all is a tray that is to be used the next time you change the litter. When changing the litter you just lift the sides off then lift the sifting tray and the litter will just fall through and you want it to fall into the same pan the sifter was lifted from. The litter has now been sifted out. The sifter now has the litter clumps (must use clumping litter). Now is where I tell you about what everybody is complaining about. Some of litter clumps will be stuck in the sifter holes. I push it though the holes with a kind of brush that commonly comes with a dust pan. You just need that brush, use it on both sides of the sifter pan and it does a good job of removing the litter from the holes and no messy fingers. I dispose of all the litter clumps and the stuff that gets stuck in the holes into a plastic Wal mart grocery sack. Then I take the now clean sifter tray and put it into that empty third tray that was under it all at the bottom and pour the litter from the first tray on top of the sifter tray and take the newly empty tray and put it on the bottom. Yes it sounds hard but it is not and it takes one to two minutes altogether. I bought this tray after the automatic cleaning one stopped working. I had replaced three of those automatic pans and was tired of the expense. The cat likes it better and does not do business outside of the box like kitty use to. I clean it once a day. Remember to look for the three pan system with detachable sides. It can be found in the store.
Date published: 2012-09-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Sifting pan creates a mess I have used the sifting liners in the past with a little bit of success so I decided to give this a try. The holes in the sifting pan get clogged with the clumping litter when the cat urinates. It is a hassle to clean as you have to poke each hole to get the mess out. The fact that you have to lift and sift and then pour again into the bottom pan is a lot of trouble and it causes litter to get on the floor. When you are cleaning out the sifting pan that creates even more of a mess. I am returning this and going back to scooping.
Date published: 2012-09-04
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