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Where are your litter trays???

Discussion in 'Cat Chat' started by catz4m8z, Mar 26, 2011.


  1. catz4m8z

    catz4m8z PetForums VIP

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    Hoping that one day (in the dim and distance future!) I will get my spare bedroom back off the cats and would love to put their litter trays elsewhere.
    So Im wondering, where are your kitty cat facilities located???:confused:
     
  2. gloworm*mushroom

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    Both of mine are in my bathroom. Easy to flush the litter and they seem to not mind them both being in the same place
     
  3. Shrap

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    We have two in the hall (one that floats between then front and back end of the house) and one in the kitchen. They have the bed in the spare room as their den. They particularly like the fur coats to lounge on :rolleyes:
     
  4. Cloudygirl

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    1 on the upstairs landing that rarely gets used but it's a please don't get caught short upstairs one lol

    one in the back hall next to the kitchen. They tend to do their wees in there so changed that one to crystal litter so they don't stink out the kitchen and their big covered one in the back utility.
     
  5. honeysmummy

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    i have two hooded trays one...in playroom where Indy sleeps at the moment and one in my utility room off my kitchen....they both use each others :)
     
  6. lymorelynn

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    In my inner front porch, disguised as a plant pot :D
     
  7. Jenny1966

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    It's where I dont want it to be, but will the little madam let me move it!!! Not a chance in hell :nono:
     
  8. sharon_gurney

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    lol never seen a turd plant send some pics when its grown! My old cat killed my Yucca plant by using the plant pot....maybe over ferlitized:eek:
     
  9. KirstyLouise

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    In the spare bedroom where they sleep. I have two and they both use whatever one.

    Would love to move mine but i know my kitties will have an acident
     
  10. Cazzer

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    they are all in the hall. Used to have a couple under the stairs as was always led to believe that cats liked peace and quiet to do their business. They never got used it was only the ones in the busy hall that did so moved them all into the hall. They all get used equally now!
     
  11. GreyHare

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    Mine are in the kitchen in the far corner, they have two but they are right next to each other.
     
  12. Shrap

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    Cats don't always like privacy :p

    Indy for example, used to take great pleasure in using the kitchen tray for a jobby whilst we eat dinner. Always that tray. No matter what time we were having dinner, he'd save it for us :rolleyes:
    Now he chooses the tray right outside the living room door and then walks into the room after to carry the smell. Why does poo have to smell so bad!?
     
  13. Ren

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    In the kitchen because of the mess factor. Even with a hooded tray Kazuki is a messy boy.
     
  14. sportmonday

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    Ours started off in the kitchen but has now migrated outside to the backyard - under the garden table! Keeps it dry when it rains!
    Hopefully I'll get rid of it altogether as she learns to go to the toilet elsewhere! :D
     
  15. evie71

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    In the kitchen under the breakfast bar, we dont eat there tho :blush2:
     
  16. Vampyria

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    Haha, Locke does the same! The litter tray is underneath the computer desk in OH's bedroom, and Locke usually waits until we are eating to go. Every, single, time :p
     
  17. lymorelynn

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    My dining room ..the only room my cat will go in!!!
     
  19. momentofmadness

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    In the bathroom.. :)
    I recall one of our cats.. Used to like to get it outside of the tray.. and up the wall a couple of times.. :eek:
     
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  20. KathrynH

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    mine is in the laundry room and it still stinks through the house!! AARRGGHH :mad::mad:
     
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