Deckbox to Litterbox
I picked this old deck box up at Habitat for humanity for $20., because I wanted to have a place to keep, my litter box, and contain the dust, the mess, and be able to clean it with ease
I cleaned it with Dawn dish, soap and the hose, then let it dry out.
I cut an entrance in one end with a small hand saw, with no difficulty at all.
Next step was to spray paint.
View from side
I added a concrete mixing pan, for the litter box, because it is very sturdy. When I need to clean, I open the top, sit on a stool, and clean. It saves my back, and keeps all the dust inside.
Because I live in Florida, and the box is on my enclosed lanai, (porch) I don't want anyone to know that it is a litter box. This has been the easiest project, and has made life with a litter box, so much easier to live with. It is quite a large box, but you could choose a smaller one, if space is a problem. The concrete mixing pan comes in 2 sizes, in Home Depot. I have 3 cats, so I chose the large.
- Deckbox (Habitat for humanity)
- Spray paint (Home depot)