The Litter-Robot Open Air Fence is an accessory that fastens onto the bottom of the Globe entrance. It promotes your cats full entry into the Globe and acts as a barrier to contain kicked-up litter. It can also provide additional protection to the entry area.

  • Prevents messes
  • Easy to clean
  • Simple to install - no tools required

Installation instruction.

A little insight from experience

The fence does a few things:

 

  • helps keep litter in the globe if you have diggers and scratchers
  • helps secure the front entry if your cats pull the liner edge loose from the entry lip
  • helps protect the front entry if you have heavy footed or long clawed cats (ie BSH)
  • encourages long tailed cats to enter fully and turn around, rather than leaving the tails out, as it makes the position less comfortable
  • can help protect the entry area if your cats 'phantom' scratch, damaging the liner (depends on where they scratch)
  • stops nibblers from chewing the front entry lip
  • may help cats who deposit too close to the front entry, to move further into the globe
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Litter-Robot III Open Air Fence

$42.50
Ex Tax: $38.64
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The Litter-Robot Open Air Fence promotes your cats full entry into the Globe and acts as a barrier to contain kicked-up litter. Find out more at Cat Evolution today.
Description

The Litter-Robot Open Air Fence is an accessory that fastens onto the bottom of the Globe entrance. It promotes your cats full entry into the Globe and acts as a barrier to contain kicked-up litter. It can also provide additional protection to the entry area.

  • Prevents messes
  • Easy to clean
  • Simple to install - no tools required

Installation instruction.

A little insight from experience

The fence does a few things:

 

  • helps keep litter in the globe if you have diggers and scratchers
  • helps secure the front entry if your cats pull the liner edge loose from the entry lip
  • helps protect the front entry if you have heavy footed or long clawed cats (ie BSH)
  • encourages long tailed cats to enter fully and turn around, rather than leaving the tails out, as it makes the position less comfortable
  • can help protect the entry area if your cats 'phantom' scratch, damaging the liner (depends on where they scratch)
  • stops nibblers from chewing the front entry lip
  • may help cats who deposit too close to the front entry, to move further into the globe
Q&A

I'm considering buying the gate to help with spillage, as my cat is spreading litter everywhere when he jumps out :( If I buy just one item, do you guys have expensive shipping?)

( Adam, 31/12/2019 )

For the litter scatter, I have tried the fence and the ramp. I found the
ramp really effective as my boy used to leap out (in joy Im sure) and trail
litter like a comet tail. The ramp encourages a stately waltz down the steps
which are angled to catch litter from paws, before getting to ground. A mat at
the end of the ramp completes capture in most cases, and certainly improves
tracking hugely. 


Shadow is a digger, not a flicker. If your kitties are flickers, then a
fence is helpful. 


PS accessory price includes shipping with Australia Post Australia wide ;o)

Do you know when the Open Air Fence will be back in stock? ( Mirella Parry, 25/05/2019 )
We will have more fences in the next order, due to arrive  August.

A temporary measure is to put tape across the entry, to see if it helps with your issue.

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Reviews
Sammii 04/10/2020
I have had my litter robot almost a year now and originally purchased the gate to assist the litter staying in if they chose to dig a tunnel, also to help catch anything if they sat a little close to the opening. But I’ve actually realised how amazing it is to protect the globe from wear and tear. My cats climb cautiously in, but launch out like a torpedo, so claw marks are clearly starting to show on the fence but the globe is fully protected. It also helps in the same way when they dig at the opening instead of the actual litter to cover their deposits. So now I realise how valuable it is to protect the globe.
Shara C. 04/02/2020
The gate is working great, we have a cat that ‘sometimes uses the box otherwise the floor’ but when he does use the box he sprays litter everywhere this has seem to stop him now ????
Shara C. 24/01/2019
The fence is working great, we have a cat that ‘sometimes uses the box otherwise the floor’ but when he does use the box he sprays litter everywhere this has seem to stop him now
Belle and Bronte 25/06/2017
We are two Birman cats and we LOVE our Litter Robot (affectionately known as "poo bot"). We also love vigorously covering our waste so as a result we sometimes either kick the litter so high that it comes flying out of the Litter Robot or we try and use the rubber surround at the opening to cover it up. We started damaging the rubber surround with our claws so our humans intervened and bought us this Open Air Fence. It is really awesome. It stops the flying litter problem and also encourages us to use the litter for waste cover up, rather than the rubber part around the opening.
We are all very happy, and we love our Litter Robot more than ever!
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