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  • Flip
    Front-Entry Litter Box

  • Modkat XL
    Front/Top-Entry Litter Box

  • Modkat Top-entry Litter Box

    Modkat
    Top-Entry Litter Box

  • Tray
    Open Litter Box

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  • Litter Keeper
    Two colors

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    Scratchers & toys

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    Multiple styles, colors & sizes

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    For a tidy litter area

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  • Liners
  • Modkat Liners - Type A (3-Pack) - Modkat

    Modkat
    Type A

  • Flip Liners - Type F (3-Pack) - Modkat

    Flip
    Type F

  • XL Top Entry Liners - Type C (3-pack) - Modkat

    Modkat XL
    Type C (Top-Entry)

  • XL Front Entry Liners - Type D (3-pack) - Modkat

    Modkat XL
    Type D (Front-Entry)

  • Tray Liners - Type G (3-pack) - Modkat

    Tray
    Type G

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  • RIT Metaproject's ‘purr-fect’ pairing with alumnus’ Modkat.

    RIT Metaproject's ‘purr-fect’ pairing with alumnus’ Modkat. - Modkat

    Josh Owen, right, RIT’s Vignelli Distinguished Professor of Design and director of the Vignelli Center for Design Studies, and Modkat co-founders Brett Teper ’94 (industrial design), center in the blue mask, and Rich Williams, in the red mask, at Thursday’s reveal of Metaproject 12 partner inside industrial design program studios at Booth Hall. The annual project pairing RIT industrial design students with an industry partner has become a seminal project for the university’s nationally ranked industrial design program since 2010.

    Metaproject 12 promises to be the cat’s meow this academic year.

    Students in Rochester Institute of Technology’s industrial design program will spend the semester designing products for Modkat, the award-winning maker of cat litter boxes “where modern cats do their business,” the Brooklyn, N.Y.-based company proclaims on its website.

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    “It looks nicer than any other hooded or open option we considered.”