Cat lovers rejoice! The new Litterfish cat litter box is now available and ready to make that ugly litter box a thing of the past.
Introducing the Litterfish, a beautiful litter box that is shaped like a fish. Why a fish? Why not? Cats love fish, so it makes since to decorate their bathroom in this style. Besides, how amusing would it be to watch your cat willingly walk into a fish’s mouth?
The Litterfish is a litter box straight out of Hollywood. It was created by acclaimed cinematographer Robert Brinkmann (Rules of Attraction, The Truth About Cats and Dogs, and many more), who decided to take his interest in design and use it to solve a problem. He was embarrassed by his cat’s litter box. If you have a cat, you can understand this issue.
With the help of designer and comic book artist Dan Panosian (Marvel Comics, Kung Fu Panda, and more), the Litterfish was born. The original casting of the product was even done by a Hollywood sculptor, Gene Cooper (Thor, Iron Man, and more).
Brinkmann and Panosian have brought a product to the market that could revolutionize the litter box industry. While the basic concept of having a pan filled with litter and a cover for privacy and odor control were kept the same, the goal of the Litterfish was to bring attractive design and a sense of humor to the product.
At the end of the day, a cheap plastic litter box from the grocery store will still get the job done, but the Litterfish brings it to you in style. Cat owners no longer have to hide the litter box in a guest bedroom or in the basement. Instead, this box can be put just about anywhere. In fact, it will probably be a key conversation starter.
Currently, the Litterfish is available in four finishes:
For a truly modern look and feel, the White Glossy Premium Finish is the way to go. The designers took advantage of the ABS plastic’s ability to hold paint. The white and black (see below) finish options utilize premium automotive paint to give it that extra style.
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