Your options for cat litter furniture are increasing as more and more cat owners look for ways to reduce cat litter odor, and hide that ugly box. I expect this trend to continue as more people discover the joys of living with cats.
There are usually several reasons why cat owners are interested in furniture for the litter box. There's the odor issue, the litter tracking, space issues, and of course, the unsightly box itself.
There are a number of creative options on the market that address some of the above problems. Some are actual furniture pieces, others involve more creative and stylish box designs, and others are something altogether different. Some options for hidden cat litter boxes, including the innovative Litter Garage, are discussed here.
Below are some more options.
Here are some higher quality and/or higher priced cat litter furniture offerings.
Here are some of the more high tech solutions available.
The Kitty Cottage looks like a 3-D work of art, but it's actually a sturdy, high-tech litter box cover. The manufacturer guarantees that all litter box odors and airborne pollutants will be eliminated with an air freshening system that includes a carbon filter that was originally designed for the space program.
It has both entry and exit portals so your cat can easily escape, a built-in space for tools, and no assembly is required. The included filter will last 3 - 6 months before replacement is necessary.
The Refined Litter Box II is an oversized litter box cabinet that is specifically designed to handle a number of high-tech automatic litter boxes. It will fit the following self-cleaning models: LitterMaid Elite, LitterMaid Mega, ScoopFree, and Petmate Purrforma.
The below models are designed specifically to work with LitterMaid self-cleaning models and reduce your maintenance time. Instead of having to empty the waste receptacle every day or two, you'll be able to let the box run for 2 to 3 weeks.
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