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Cabinet Style Cat Washroom With Door

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Cabinet Style Cat Washroom With Door

Cabinet Style Cat Washroom With Door

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Use this convenient Cabinet Style Cat Washroom With Door to conceal your cat's litter box. It's an attractive way to contain messy cat litter and it will fit right in with any décor. Attractive wood construction with a neutral pine finish. Door opens fully for easy cleaning access. Holds a standard litter box, not included. A great way to disguise and contain your cat's litter box. Assembly required.

• Furniture style enclosure for cat litter box
• Convenient, easy and attractive
• Contains messy cat litter and blends in beautifully with your home décor
• Door opens for easy cleaning and access
• Holds a standard litter box

19-1/4"L x 20"W x 21"H
3.6 (based on 8 customer reviews)

By Nicole
Nice Way to Hide the Box
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This is a nice way to hide the litter box. It is a little small for a standard litter box, but we have managed to squeeze a box in. The cat still kicks some litter out, but not nearly as much as if the box were open to the room. I did coat the inside of this with several coats of poly in hopes that it will make for easier clean up. So far, so good.

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By Shell in Maine
cabinet style litterbox house
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We love this! It looks great and we are thinking of getting another one for a different room. It requires some very basic and easy to do assembly.

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By Steve
FromNew Jersey
Unfinished Box!
Comments about Product:
This is a beautiful piece but its not the polished item you see in the picture. Its biggest problem is its unfinished. The wood isn't sanded down and hasn't been coated with polyurethane. If you have any experience with wood of this texture you know that dust (like from clay cat litter) settles in the unfinished wood and becomes impossible to clean out. Lets also pray the cat never misses and the urine soaks into the wood. Unless you plan on spending three days sanding and finishing this box I wouldn't bother. Oh and one other thing that's a concern to me. Most little boxes have added ventilation and a carbon filter. This one does not. You would need to drill holes and add rig your own filter. Last but not least. The instructions had the quality of photocopied pictures that were a little hard to read.

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By Ad
FromSwarthmore, PA
Nicely made.
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By catlady24
Fromcoastal NC
cat box cover
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I ordered this for a litter box cover. The instructions for assembly were lacking. To use as a litter box cover you will need to line the inide with some moisture resistant material for wiping. I plan to do this. It is attractive; I only wish I didn't have to put so much effort in it to make it litter box compatible. It would be great for a cat or small dog bed hideaway.

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By Charlie T.
FromKansas City
Nice, but no cigar
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Nice for my decor but it must have made my cats uneasy as they dropped bombs on the tble top instead of the litter box :(

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By Lynnewithane
FromMilwaukee, WI
Awesome hidden litter
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Its great to hide litter. It contains smells and looks great!

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By c
love it
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Really need option to fit door on either side.

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