5 Fashionable Ways to Hide a Cat Litter Box

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Cat litter boxes usually smell bad and look unpleasant. Moreover, if you have a brand-new home, you probably want your cat litter box to be invisible. To hide a cat’s toilet is not an easy task. Leaving it insight is also not the best way to go.

So, the question is: How to hide a litter box in the most successful way? Today, I will give you five cool methods for doing this. For more life hacks, check out the Catademy blog.

Ideas for a Hidden Litter Box

Behind the curtains

This idea can be a cool way to hide a cat’s toilet. Choose a bright fabric to enliven a small table and make it a comfortable place for your pet. Attach the fabrics to the bottom of the cabinet and make an entrance for the cat. You can always close the entry so that your guests won’t even know that you’re hiding something.

DIY option

Build or buy an empty wooden box. You can adjust it to your interior by using any color of paint. If you want to do it yourself, choose fiberboards (LDF) or wooden boards. Build a simple box and place the litter box inside. You can also put cat litter filler and other stuff you need into the box. Don’t forget to make a hole so that your cat can enter its new place for potty time.

Trendy bench in the foyer

You can make this using the previous method, though the cover should be upholstered with a soft material (for example, foam rubber or synthetic filler) and furniture fabric. This bench will definitely attract the attention of your guests and friends and become a comfortable addition to your home.

hidden foyer cat litter bench box

Bathroom cabinet

Again, buy an empty box or build it yourself. Place it in your bathroom. You can use it as a hidden cat litter box, or divide it into two sections. You can use the first section for cat needs and the second section for your bathroom stuff. By the way, I use this method myself.

Extra-cheap option

Get a large, tall plastic container from a nearby store. With this method, you don’t even need a cat tray. You can just put the filler inside the container. Don’t forget to make a cat entry. This box can be placed in the bathroom or outside the house.

The Bottom Line

Where else to hide a cat’s bathroom if not in a human one? It sounds like a good idea, doesn’t it? Not really. You’d have to keep the door open constantly. A foyer is a good option, as no one stays there for a long time. In addition, there are many other options for hiding a cat’s toilet: benches, cabinets, stools, etc. Choose the option that suits your needs…and shares your thoughts in the comments section!

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Carmen Scott
Carmen Scott
I’m the “Mom” behind The Cat Mom. I adopted my two kitties back in 2014 and since they’re the heart and soul of our home so we decided to share our experiences and tips with everyone who share the same love for their furry friends as us.

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