Ways to Hide Your Cat Litter Box
Being it’s almost the start of the New Year, I have several resolutions that I plan on sticking to. Now that I’ve moved into my new apartment, with kitty of course, and am starting to have my furniture and décor in place, I’m on the search for a way to hide the infamous litter box.
I’m all about reasonable, budget-friendly ideas, but I’m also for spending money where it needs to be spent. My bedroom is one of my places to relax, get away, and I’m not going to lie, I really wouldn’t mind a less-visible litter box. So, as usual, with some research, I found several creative ways to do so. Now all I have to do is make a decision!
If you’re into DIY projects, BUZZFEED has numerous ways on how to create a more hidden litter box. Whether you admire the idea of attaching a curtain to a side piece of furniture such as a night stand, or console, or you want to build a spot within the stair case, the ideas are there. There are instructions on how to b build a cat house with a “bathroom” for your furry loved one-it’s all here! Very creative ideas here, and if you’re looking for an inexpensive and creative way to do so, they’ve got you covered!
If you’re the type of person that likes things to blend in, then Wag.com offers the Good Pet Stuff Hidden Litter Box.
Not only will it blend in as a plant, but it’s perfect for multi-cats. All you have to do? Just add the litter and maintain normally. It was created not only for décor, but built to last and help with odor. You can place a plant anywhere, so you can’t lose with this idea.
If plants aren’t your thing, Petsmart has actual furniture already built in to accent your home. From modern, to comfy, to very discreet, pieces range from $100-$849. It all depends what your preference is, and realistically how much you can and want to spend.
Don’t mind the actual appearance of the box, but come home to an enormous amount of litter kicked out? There are various amounts and types of litter boxes found at Petco. These range from the CleverCat Entry Top Litter box, The Booda Clean Step Litter Box, and The PetMate Deluxe Enclosed LitterPan. These all aid in litter-kicking issues, which I’m very familiar with thanks to Sadie. If you would like a little more assistance, with self-cleaning, they also offer The Littermaid Elite Mega Automatic Self-Cleaning Box, Nature’s Miracle Self-Cleaning Box, and several more.
Now that numerous ideas have been exposed, it’s completely up to your home, your preference, and what you need. For me, because this specific need is important to me, I wouldn’t mind spending a little extra cash than I normally would. It’s about picking, choosing, and feeling right about your decision.
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