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  • Zanne Johnston

    Have your dogs kennel or your cats litter box in the garage. Just add a doggy door!! Genius! Diy Um. NO. This is actually a code and safety violation. All openings from the house to an attached garage need to be sealed to keep carbon monoxide from entering the house and poisoning people. The structure itself is nice.

  • Kristy Orth

    Garage litter box enclosed area, good idea for the next house. Maybe instead of a littler box a dog kennel so the other animals stay out of it!

  • Patricia Boyd Fernald

    dog kennel or cat litter box in the garage, just add a pet door - DIY

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Great idea for outdoor dogs to be able to come inside out of the rain, heat, and cold

Litter box access to the garage via a small cat flap installed right in the wall... how clever!

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Cat litter box in garage with kitty door - great idea!

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

  • kirsee bit

    an exceptional idea! no odor, no tracking. Really excellent!

  • Sue Smith

    Better check with your home insurance people. Garages have or be sealed off from house to keep dangerous gas fumes out of the house. Just repeating what I have been told! I have a cat would love to do this but I will NOT!

Litter box access to the garage via a small cat flap installed right in the wall... how clever!

  • Peggy Hollenbach

    We did this to the basement :)

  • Denise Smith

    Linda Brown can't do this into the garage. That would get messy!! I would be scared doors would be open or something.

  • Hayley Walker

    wouldn't pass a home inspection with that! Not up to code.. :) but def. I cute idea to another room

  • InStyle-Decor Hollywood

    love it, thank from the girls in Hollywood

  • Sharon Michaud

    Great idea ....I would put it in the unused space under the stairs with an access panel to clear out litterbox

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Keeping The Litter Box Area Clean by buying rubber garage tiles at a home improvement store and placing them under the litter box. The litter gets trapped in the holes and not tracked all over the house! Works better than the litter-trapping mats that are sold in pet stores!

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DIY "litter box room" in the garage, with kitty door access from the house.

  • Amylynn Ambrosio

    No offense but this is awful. I wont be surprised if they have inappropriate urination and defication. In a cats mind this litter box room is ONE litter box, not three. Also since they are all in one area a cat could litter box guard, causing inappropriate urination and defication. The rule of thumb is 1 litter box per cat PLUS one box. Dont forget cats consider these three boxes as one box. Amylynn Ambrosio, Certified Veterinary Technician

  • Jennifer Young

    But when we have many fur babies that use boxes we can can get away with having few cat boxes. I have 5 and only have 3 cat boxes. I clean daily and don't have any problems

  • Missy

    Amylynn , that is the dumbest thing I've ever read. My mom used to Breed cats, and had set ups similar to this and NEVER had issues with inappropriate urination/deification! And you DO NOT need one box per cat!!!!

  • summer wierth

    Vets DO recommend 2 boxes per cat in different areas. 1 box per cat is the minimum. This is more about keeping a cats bathroom sanitary, limiting spread of infection/disease, and yes, if you have a cat that is territorial and prefers a particular box - having several boxes does minimize inappropriate urinating/spraying/defecating. If these 3 boxes had covers, it would segment them in a cats mind.

  • G Nosis

    Four cats, four covered boxes, no one has any issues.

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