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  1. Sarah Gill said:

    Hi. Where did you find the garage mat?

    June 21, 2017
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    • Brittany said:

      Hi Sarah! You can find any of the mats via our links on the article, or if you want to do the DIY mat with garage tiles you can find them at Home Depot! 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!

      June 21, 2017
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  2. Beth said:

    In the diy. Did you add a liter box to the end opposite of hole. If the cat jumps straight up out of liter I would see that being a problem as well. I would probably put a small run in there

    August 28, 2017
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    • Brittany said:

      Hi Beth! Yes, our first DIY cat litter box that Paul made for Yoda had a little entrance space and then we slid the litter box at the back. It was our first trial run, but it worked pretty well! At the time we were using popular litter brands that clump, and Yoda would step out and shake his feet which resulted in litter everywhere. We ended up changing to a natural litter (wood pellets, for example) and this doesn’t happen anymore so it’s perfect. The great thing with DIY is you can create it how you like it so adding a little run in the box would be totally cool! 🙂 If you’re interested, you can find Paul’s DIY guide to Yoda’s first litter box here. Thanks for reaching out!

      August 28, 2017
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  3. Pamela Webster Fee said:

    Ok all helpful but at 27#s Charlie has litter stuck to the back paws and he no longer covers, litter is wet and stuck like glue to back paws I have the worlds largest litter box lol just to accommodate his size. Any suggestions? I do have a litter mat that helps but not for the wet stuff stuck on the paws

    May 2, 2018
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    • Whoa, that’s one big putty-tat! Charlie sounds like a fun kitty 🙂 But we totally know that wet cat litter goo and we hate it too! We think you should try to get wood pellet litter. The pee will soak into the wood pellets, and create like a fluffy sawdust once it’s wet. It doesn’t stick to paws like clay litter because it’s not sticky. Since Charlie, like our Yoda, doesn’t cover his litter neither, the poop will stay on top and it’s super easy to take out (& so is the pee). We try to use wood pellets every time. It lasts longer and stays fresh longer, is cheaper on the long run, and is eco-friendly. Try it and let us know what you think! Thanks Pamela and good luck!

      May 3, 2018
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