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  1. Tonya said:

    You should never have the food and fresh water that close to a litter box, let alone on top of it!

    June 3, 2016
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    • Bribri and Polo said:

      Hello Tonya! Thanks for your comment and you are right, I should have given more details about this aspect of the project. It is very important indeed to make sure that food/water and litter are very well separated. In our case the upper part of the box was insulated with a double wooden reinforcement which made this very functional for our beast who was not bothered at all. Not to mention that the litter we used at the time was a very natural, biodegradable and unscented litter that we cleaned daily. Yoda has been using it for more than a year now and has never encountered any problems. If you do not feel comfortable with this project, feel free to do it differently and do not put the bowls on top. Thanks for enabling me to clear this important matter. Hope to see you again on Fluffy Kitty!

      June 3, 2016
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  2. Bobby Saint said:

    I am grateful to you for sharing some simple instructions on how to make a cat litter box. The steps you’ve provided seem very simple indeed. I also have three pet cats who can be a little out of control at times. I wish I was as creative as you when it comes to creating these litter boxes. Perhaps, I’ll just look around for one that is readily available for purchase online. Thanks for sharing this, though.

    March 12, 2018
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    • Hey there Bobby! Thanks very much for your comment 🙂 The box Paul made for Yoda wasn’t anything too grand, but he sure did put a lot of hard work into drawing it out and cutting all the right-sized wooden planks for it. We’ve had to move several times so we couldn’t take it with us everywhere, but once we settle we’re no doubt gonna try to make more! 🙂 Thanks for dropping by and sharing with us.

      March 23, 2018
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