To reduce shipping costs, the litter box chest cat furniture is delivered unassembled, with 16 screws and instructions. You'll need a screwdriver and, to tap the wooden screw covers in, a mallet or light weight hammer. It comes with two dividers, which you can re-position or remove any time you wish. Chest has been updated since the photos were taken; now the dividers are attached using metal brackets (included). This cat furniture is large enough to hold a litter pan (18 x 15) with space left over for storing kitty litter, or it holds a LitterMaid (except for the Mega Elite model).
Crazy Cats Privacy Screen for a litter box pet bed or pet - Etsy
Whatever you use to scrub your cat litter box with (please, for the love of Pete, do not use your kitchen sponge), make sure to launder it immediately afterwards, and use it for nothing else until you do.
Cat Box Privacy Screens and Fireplace Screens - Pinterest
My cat loves Swheat Scoop (when I switched to it I was hoping she would be ok with the change and she actually climbed into the litter box before I was done pouring in the litter). At one point I looked into making DIY litter out of old newspapers, but I don’t think I will ever get there.
I also use these 100% recycled, biodegradable litter boxes called Wonder Box. I really cannot recommend them enough. I get them at Petsmart, 3 for $12, and they each last 2-3 weeks (the description says up to a month). I know a plastic box is a cheaper one-time investment, but I hate the idea of plastic and cleaning, mostly cleaning. These are really durable, non-smelly, non-toxic, etc. I also use the lemon with sea salt, baking soda, and a pomander ball to fight the odor that happens if I’ve been a little lazy. AND, my last thing, I promise! is that I just bought biodegradable bags for the transfer from litter box to dumpster (I live in an apt.). I currently live in the desert and grew up in a city that had frequent droughts, so I just can’t bring myself to the extra flushes made necessary by flushing the Swheat Scoop.
Cat Box Privacy Screens - Karens Kottage
DIY cat litter box screen made from square dowels. Fits well with a modern or minimalist decor scheme. While it doesn't completely hide the box, it does give your cat some privacy, which can be helpful if you don't have an especially private place to put the box. Cats dislike "going" out in the open, so a screen like this can help with inappropriate urination problems.DIY cat litter box screen made from square dowels. Fits well with a modern or minimalist decor scheme. While it doesn't completely hide the box, it does give your cat some privacy, which can be helpful if you don't have an especially private place to put the box. Cats dislike "going" out in the open, so a screen like this can help with inappropriate urination problems.