My laundry room is at the end of the hall going out into the garage, we cut a cat sized hole in the door going into the laundry, then put a pet door between the laundry room and the garage. My husband built a two story enclosure and covered it with regular door screen. There is a hole in the floor of the second story, for easy entrance to the up stairs. This enclosure has room for three litter boxes, and has a door on the front, facing into the garage. I can go into the garage, open the door, clean the litter, remove the boxes when it is "complete" cleaning time. My cats have no trouble using their box, and when I introduce a new cat, which I ocassionally do, I have never had one refuse to use it. My neighbor was so impressed that he sent a carpenter to my home to see how this was constructed, as he was having litter box issues, and now he too enjoys a home free from any cat smell. I use tidy cat multiple cat litter.
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1/1/07 at 6:37am