A litter box is a necessity and you make the sacrifice because you love your feline. Have you thought about cat litter box furniture? If you live in a studio apartment, or just prefer to keep the litter box in the main part of the house, you’d probably prefer not to see it. You may think you just have to put up with how it looks but you don’t anymore. The Refined Feline has designed cat furniture that works around this problem.
Cat Litter Box Furniture Options
There’s more than one option for cat litter box furniture, depending on your space limitations and furniture needs. Not only is it functional but it meets what modern taste demands.
If you’re looking for something that’s medium-sized and multifunctional, there is one piece of cat litter box furniture for you. It’s made of pine wood and ply, is stained to match your decor, and will blend right in with your other furniture pieces. It offers side access to your cat, which can be changed to the right or left, and convenient front access for you when it’s time to clean or change out the tray. Two hinged doors and a sliding tray make it even easier. You’ll have a top drawer for extra storage and a flat top surface to set a lamp, photos of family (or your cat), or a vase. At first glance, no one will ever know there’s a litter tray inside.
If you’re a fan of automatic litter boxes, then a slightly larger version of this cat litter box furniture is for you. Except for the drawer, it features the same great luxury look and functional style. If you also have a dog, you may want the dog-proof model. Again, it’s the same terrific functional and chic cabinet but with a top entry for your cat.
Interested in something smaller? For apartment or studio dwellers, there is an attractive cover-up for your litter box. A small cabinet that resembles a nightstand holds a large litter tray. A hole in the front allows your cat to enter and exit with ease, and a hinged door allows easy access for you. The design allows for more airflow preventing odor buildup. There’s even a small shelf inside for the litter scoop. The sleek design and odor reduction makes this cat litter box furniture
If on Family Feud 100 cat owners were asked what are the problems with their litter box, the top 2 responses I bet would be “The Look” and “The Smell.”
Well with the Refined Cat Litter Box we did something about the look. Hiding the litter tray in a cat accessible cabinet. However, what about the smell? So we tested a variety of plug-in deodorizers and found one that really works!
It’s amazing how many products are out there, all with different technologies. UV, Ionizing, etc. We were specifically looking for a product that could be plugged in, safe for pets, small enough to fit in a bath room, and didn’t mask odor with fragrance and instead removed it from the air.
After tests on the smelly litter boxes, we finally found a winner. The manufacturer didn’t allow us to post the name of the product on our blog (some sort of liability issue), however they did allow us to sell their product. So, well, now we do.
Pros – It works. It really does. Not only near litter boxes but the air smells fresher bathrooms too – It’s small and offered in two colors – It doesn’t use a lot of electricity Cons – We wish the fan was quieter. It’s not that bad, a slight hum, but slightly louder than others we tested. But of course, the others didn’t work as well. – Need to place it near the litter box. But not too close. Urine crystals can form around the intake if placed right next to the litter box. Place it say about a yard away.
Overall we think it’s a very good product. If you are interested, visit our site to make a purchase and test it your self for 2 weeks.. Don’t like it? Return it for a full refund.
- It works. It really does. Not only near litter boxes but the air smells fresher bathrooms too
- It’s small and offered in two colors
- It doesn’t use a lot of electricity
- We wish the fan was quieter. It’s not that bad, a slight hum, but slightly louder than others we tested. But of course, the others didn’t work as well.
- Need to place it near the litter box. But not too close. Urine crystals can form around the intake if placed right next to the litter box. Place it say about 1 to 3 feet away.