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☆☆1☆☆No-mess cat litter box -- sooo looking forward to not having litter all over the floor !

No-mess cat litter box -- sooo looking forward to not having litter all over the floor ! Aerate with holes in lid.

All in one cat box or blanket chest made out of reclaimed pallet wood.

All in one cat box or blanket chest made out of reclaimed pallet wood. Need to figure out how to hide the litter box on the bus

Make a grass lounge for your indoor cat with a cement mixing pan and a sheet of sod from your local hardware store. (Only $10 for the tray and sod, new sod costs about $2.50 in our area and lasts up to 5 days indoors.)

Make a grass lounge for your indoor cat with a cement mixing pan and a sheet of sod from your local hardware store. Maybe grow grass seeds and keep it watered like a plant then it would last a while?

(With lids on of course) So litter won't get tracked around. Great Idea!!

homemade litter cat box - To prevent tracking litter all over the house

Clever cat litter box station

DIY "Stealth" Litter Box

Pretty nice, right? The cat gets some privacy, and the humans don't have to deal with a big, clunky litter box killing their decor vibe. get some yourself some pawtastic adorable cat apparel!

Thank you, this is the best cat scratching post ever!

Magnificat !! - 25th November 2015

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17+ Homemade Cat Toys

If your cat likes to hide in boxes or bags she'll love her very own Cat Tent. With a couple coat hangers, cardboard, tape and an old t-shirt, your cat will be a happy camper!

Envie de stimuler votre chat ? Faites d'une pierre 2 coups avec ce super DIY qui vous montre comment créer une gamelle pour chats "interactive" !

Cat puzzle box: glue toilet paper rolls into the box, then drop treats into some tubes

Homemade cat litter box! Do your cats pee off the side or the back of your litter box? Well here is the solution! Just cut a hole on the side but leave enough room for the litter to stay in on the bottom. Then use the lid as an extra litter catcher as they walk out. We change it every 3 months. : )  Works great!!

Just cut a hole on the side but leave enough room for the litter to stay in on the bottom. Then use the lid as an extra litter catcher as they walk out.

After finding some ideas and a trip to Home Depot here is what my awesome husband created as our new litter box to help decrease the litter from being tracked everywhere in our house!

After finding some ideas and a trip to Home Depot here is what my awesome husband created as our new litter box to help decrease the litter from being tracked everywhere in our house!

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