- Jun 8, 2009
No they stay in place quite well! They don't catch all the pieces, but i've definately noticed less around the house since I started doing this.Thanks Mo! The boxes don't move when you step in them? I'm not sure that will work with my house/furniture, but I just might try it. Our floors are a mess!
I so love this idea!!! but don't have a extra closet to give upWe gave up our broomcloset, and put a cat flap access door in it, they have two large litter pans in there (we used large rectangle storage containers from the dollar store) Their food is in there too, but on an elevated platform. I have to sweep in there a couple of times a week, but there is no litter anywhere else in the house.
That's just the worst! My beagle thinks it's doggy candy too.I so love this idea!!! but don't have a extra closet to give up
We have a sunroom that we are redoing for the cats (if admin ever finishes it) and that is where the litter box is supposed to be but now it is outside our bedroom door in the hallway so if one of the cats poop in the middle of the night we get the smell.
The other box we keep in the spare room that is Athenas baby room so we just call it the cat room. We have a baby gate up so the dogs can not eat the poop
Could you line the boxes with astroturff like carpet? The plastic stuff that has "blades" of "grass" that would be soft underfoot but rub the bits off and let it fall inbetween the pile.No they stay in place quite well! They don't catch all the pieces, but i've definately noticed less around the house since I started doing this.