Yay or Nay? Cat Genie Self-Cleaning Litter Box | Apartment Therapy

If you live in a studio apartment with a cat, you might as well say you live in a litter box.
For a litter Box that will work automatically in cleaning your cats litter tray without a hitch and will eradicate to odor in your small apartment living space then its
This is a great way to disguise your cat's litter box: it's an end table for your apartment bathroom, litter box, and storage all in one!
DIY STEP_BY_STEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR THIS BUILT IN CAT BOX THATS DESIGNED TO TRAP LITTER AND WITH A FAN!!!! Fred's DIY Self Venting Cat Litter Box Project | Apartment Therapy Et voila! No big ugly litter box taking up floor space, and way less litter scattered all over the apartment.Do you have a small house, condo, or apartment and don't have a good spot to put the cat litter boxCleverly Disguised Litter Boxes - Purr-fect For Apartment Dwelling Cats
Have more than one cat in your apartment? Get them a double-decker cat bed? Or you could put a litter box in the bottom and keep the top for cat naps. Q: There have been several House Tours that had a hidden litter box of sorts. How are you able to keep your cat box clean and smelling fresh in an apartment that may be only 600 square feet? 500? 400?? It boggles my mind. I mean, obviously, clean it out as soon as you can, but cat urine has such a strong odor. Even with a cool hidden compartment in a piece of furniture, it wouldn't suddenly eliminate the smell. Any tips would be great. I'd love to have a kitty, but I've avoided it because I'm afraid of the smell and how it may affect my guests! -Sent by EmilyI am planning on adopting a cat from a local shelter in the next few months. I am now living in a one bedroom apartment that has a very small bathroom. I was wondering what a good place would be for a litter box, for kitty and my comfort? Or if there is any type of litter box that would suit my small space situation? Thank you so much for reading this.If you have a cat, you probably love coming home to your furry friend after a day at work. However, chances are you don’t enjoy the smell of the litter box. When living in a small apartment, those fumes can work their way all around your home. And when you entertain guests, you don’t want the box to be in plain view.Cats are great apartment/condo pets. They require little space, they don't have to be walked, and they're not as prone to "accidents" as dogs. However, finding a location for a litterbox in a small space can be frustrating.We also live in an apartment. We like Dr. Elsey's Precious Cat Ultra for multiple cats. It clumps hard, controls odors very well, and is not too expensive. It runs about $16 for a big 40 pound bag at our local PetSmart. It is also low dust which is a concern for us as Mickey has asthma. Covered litter boxes can help, but some cats don't like them. Some cats are afraid of them and you will need to scoop frequently - as the smell is more confined to inside the litter box, some cats won't use them.As a wine lover I am especially fond of this wine case upcycle. It is a perfect way to add some personality to your apartment. This crate would look chic in any kitchen area or near a bar cart. The only change I would make would be to use a small litter box rather than line the inside with plastic as cats claws could easily do damage.2. : Ask any cat owner with an ounce of decor-savvy what is amongst their top “pet peeves” and litter boxes will likely be high up there (right next to surprise phantom hairballs). Most litter boxes aren’t much too easy on the eyes, and some are just crazy contraptions that forgo any apparent forethought about decor-friendliness (we did roundup our favorite cat litter boxes not that long ago, so all hope is not lost). But how fantastic is this recent addition to our Apartment Therapy LA Flickr Pool submitted by DIY-savvy aud-o-matic, that invisibly integrates their pet’s needs with the rest of their interior decor… (via )