Litterbox Room Access Problem SOLVED

Today’s #LifeHack

A little #DIY project

Do you have a cat – or Cat(S)?

If so, you likely have a litterbox to contend with, right?

It is likely located in a room not part of the main living area for odor control, right?

The door needs to be open to whichever room you have designated as a litterbox room, therefore, odors may traverse the threshold to invade adjacent living areas.

If you’re like us, your laundry room shares space with the litterbox.  Not only do odors permeate adjacent areas, but mechanical noise from the washer / dryer also invade your otherwise peaceful environment.

The other day I had one of those “Ah-Ha” moments in the shower.  I get my best ideas in the shower.  I thought “Hey!  I could put a kitty door in the laundry room door and we can keep the door closed when doing laundry.  Problem solved!”

So that’s exactly what I did.

Taking the door off, cutting the opening with a jigsaw and installing the trim took a total of maybe 30 minutes.

The result is perfect.

And cute too.

Take a look.

If you want the same effect, here’s where you get it.


This is what it looks like.

 

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