The global cat litter box market size was valued at USD 9.85 billion in 2020 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.2% from 2021 to 2027. Some of the key payers fueling the market growth include substantial increase in the cat-owning households, compliance to own pets are increasing, increasing consumer demand for diversity in these products, rise in the number of multi-cat households and introduction of new ones. However, high price of the cat litter box market is hampering the market growth. The growing number of cat owners around the world is likely to boost market growth. Most cat owners prefer not to let their cats out of the house for a variety of reasons, including human animosity and inclement weather. Over the projected period, these variables are expected to drive product demand. Product sales are being boosted by the expanding trend of pet humanization, as well as the growing pet population in the United States. Enterprises are currently taking longer to deliver orders, especially in states where stay-at-home advisories and enforced closures of non-essential businesses are in effect. Furthermore, the industry is experiencing supply chain disruptions all across the world. Pet food and kitty litter, on the other hand, are regarded important items that drive the market. Non-discretionary pet products, such as pet food and cat litter, are more likely to be chosen by consumers. Companies are suffering negative consequences; for example, despite fulfilling rising consumer demand, they are experiencing distribution and inventory challenges further down the supply chain.