… No More of Those Surprises
Any cat owner will tell you that their cat expects to be treated like royalty and only wants the best.
With everything your cat gives you, it only makes sense that you would provide them with the best of the best of everything – and if that helps you too – perfect!
You might have guessed it already – we’re talking cat toilet training kits here, a list of the best, that is.
(We took buyer reviews, durability, the different levels of household budgets, and the overall quality of each product into account before selecting it).
Read on to find the best cat toilet training kit for your furry friend!
5. Kitty’s Loo – Cat Toilet Training Kit (& Seat)
Ideal for: Kittens
With this kit, you’ll have a cat that uses the bathroom from early age on. The materials are very durable, the hole unit is thoughtfully designed, and potty training your kitten is as “natural” as it can be.
The system is easy to clean and remove and the kit comes with a cat litter attractor to make the training sessions less nerve-wrecking for both you and your beloved pet. What’s more the instructions are crystal clear, but you’ll have to arm yourself with patience.
After your kitten has been trained, the kit can double as a cat toilet seat until it grows older or too fat for it.
- Sturdy seat cover
- Great potty training system
- Crystal clear instructions (just read them before starting)
- Excellent customer service
- Some cats might fail to get all their business down the hole
- Not for adult cats
4. Litter Kwitter CatToilet Training MultiKatKit
Ideal for: Multiple-cat households
The Litter Kwitter CatToilet kit is an option for anyone who has several cats of various sizes that need the transition discs in this set to smooth out the transition from the litter box to toilet bowl as they grow.
The discs are made of durable plastic, and the smallest one has a very small hole, so a kitten won’t be intimidated to use it.
This kit is perfect for small, medium, or large cats.
Its holes are small, so even the most skittish cat can use it.
- Durable, bright plastic
- Ideal for households with more than one cat
- Only fits on certain toilets
- The Litter Kwitter potty training kit is sold separately
3. Litter Kwitter Toilet Training System
Ideal for: Small, medium, and large cats
Another product from Litter Kwitter, this one was developed by animal behaviorists to be as easy to train as possible.
If you hate cleaning your cat’s litter box, this one is for you.
This kit comes with tips and instructions cards, as well as three training seats with a DVD to follow.
There are also three plastic inserts of varying sizes that claim to fit any toilet seat, for easy use.
This training kit is ideal for any small, medium, or large cat that isn’t afraid of learning new things, and won’t have a problem getting up onto the toilet seat.
Older cats may take longer to train, and be skittish about jumping up.
- Easy to follow instructions
- Multiple inserts for easy training
- Tricky to transition from one ring to the next
2. KOBWA Cat Toilet Training Kit
Ideal for: All cats
This one is a straightforward but highly effective potty training system for cats: You place the blue tray over the toilet bowl with litter in it and cut out the first (smallest) circle.
As you remove the circles your cat learns to adapt to the gaping hole and do its business directly in the toilet bowl.
The only real downside of the system is that you need to remove the blue circles yourself after your kitty has already used it several times. Plus, the blue inserts are quite hard to remove as the system is designed to hold the full adult weight of even fat cats.
There’s also the risk of litter landing on your bath’s floor, depending on how well-behaved your cat is.
What’s more, some cats might refuse to poop and loo in the toilet bowl despite training. If training fails, there’s a second tray for you to start over.
- Easy to set up
- Works with all cats, including fat ones
- Backup tray, included
- The system is gentle on your cat’s psyche
- Blue inserts must be cut out by hand
- Kit is not reusable
1. CitiKitty “As Seen on Shark Tank” Cat Toilet Training Kit
Ideal for: Older cats and kittens
The CitiKitty toilet training kit is designed to remove the messy cat litter problem from any home.
The revolutionary training kit comes with a guide and tips to get your kitty to use it, along with a training seat and catnip insert to get your cat more excited.
This training kit is ideal for older cats, medium cats, or kittens over three months old, and a multi-cat household.
- Easy setup
- Extremely budget friendly
- Works with all types and sizes of toilets
- Ideal for houses with more than one cat
- Too big for small kittens
- Tricky for some cats to use
Related Product Worth Considering
NABIUGI Cat Kit Kitty Pet Toilet Seat
Ideal for: Potty trained adult cats and kittens
This cat-friendly toilet seat cover is not a potty training kit but it can be handy once you and your cat start to share the toilet tank.
It is a handy prop for a potty trained cat as it will dramatically improve your pet’s balance while doing its business like us humans do.
It is designed with a hard plastic insert that fits inside the toilet seat. The product is a relatively pricey but it is marketed to small, medium, and large cats and kittens alike.
It features a smaller hole, so your cat won’t feel as anxious using it the first few times.
- Durable, but flexible
- Easy to use
- You can use it as a permanent fixture
- Hard to install properly
- Doesn’t come with a litter pan for training
We wish you good luck and that you’ve found the products on this list of best cat toilet training kit options useful.
If you arm yourself with a little patience and follow the steps provided by each kit, then you should be able to wave goodbye to unpleasant surprises relatively fast.
Your cat, regardless of size or age, will be toilet-trained in no time!
If we’ve missed any cat toilet training kit you feel should be included here, leave us a comment down below.
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Olivia is at her happiest when she is cuddling (with their acceptance, of course) her two cats: Max and Moxie (totally intended). When she is not spending time with her beloved felines, Olivia is busy writing about the toys they play with and the things they use. Proud Cat Lady in the making!