Litter Box Solutions for Small Spaces

For those who have a sweet little kitty traveling with you, or in your small room/apartment, you may wonder what you can do to “disguise” the litter box. Some hooded ones are sort of decorative and might work in your situation, but if you’re looking for something that really makes it kind of blend in, we found something unique. With Sam, we had a “house” type. The litter box set inside the house looking cabinet. The top was flat, so we could put things on top of it. The only issue we found with it was that the “fake” wood it was made from was not very good quality. This meant over time, the litter that she scratched out would go behind the cracks in it and get into the carpet. This happened because the back just wouldn’t stay flush on it with the small “tacks” it was put together with. So, with Angel, we looked for another solution. This litter box is plastic, and quite roomy inside, so it doesn’t “leak” litter out anywhere. It looks like no other litter box we’ve ever seen. It’s still sort of new, so time will tell, but so far so good. It just looks like a planter. It houses a filter in the top under the “potting material” to keep down odors. We think it’s a nice way to camouflage your kitty’s potty. You could even use it for something other than a litter box, like a pet bed would fit in there for example. We took this photo up closely so you can see how it is a for real litter box. You could probably fashion a shower curtain in the doorway to cover it completely and still have kitty access. Check it out.20190601_151914

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We are a couple who live full time in our 2016 Passport Travel Trailer traveling the southeastern US. We blog about our adventures and what it's like living in our RV on a daily basis. We share our "home" with our RV kitty, Samantha "Sam".

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