Marek Medveď
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DIY top loading cat litter boxes!  I bought two 18-gallon plastic storage containers with lids (about $7.50 each). I decided I liked the idea of using the lid to trap the spare litter crumbs, so I bought 2 feet of grey stair-tread carpet($4) to adhere to the lid with some carpet adhesive double stick tape. My total material cost for TWO boxes was less than $25 — a fraction of any of my store bought options.

DIY top loading cat litter boxes plastic storage containers with lids feet of grey stair-tread carpet -carpet adhesive double stick tape. I like this idea, but i don't think my older cat would be able to jump out

Cat door in the wall to your garage - litter box on the garage side #tips and #tricks by chumes

Cat door in the wall to your garage - litter box on the garage side. No more stinky litter box in the house! * not so sure it would work smell wise as afterall the entrance is in the house. Pretty neat though so the tray isn't an eyesore in the house.

Garage litter box enclosed area, good idea for the next house. Maybe instead of a littler box a dog kennel so that they can go in and out as they please

Litter box in garage such a good idea! One commenter noted a potential problem with the car exhaust in the garage and the cat door--whether it would be sufficient to keep it out. But we had a cat door in our old house to the garage and never had an issue.

Pračka Perobot z Kovosmaltu Trnava.

Pračka Perobot z Kovosmaltu Trnava.