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Is there a non ugly litter tray??

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KosherBacon Wed 08-Jan-14 07:52:30

We have three cats but due to behavioural issues have four litter trays. I can't stand the sight of the bloody things and want to replace them all. Is there such thing as a non-hideous litter tray?

kittykarate Wed 08-Jan-14 09:42:24

In the US you can get loads of concealed litter trays, probably because their cats are usually indoors only.

Things like..

I haven't noticed anything like this over here though.

LyndaCartersBigPants Wed 08-Jan-14 09:45:16

My cat got one for Xmas! It looks like a cat carrier, just a big plastic box, with a flap door and a filter on top to keep the smell in! It was from Amazon

Honsandrevels Wed 08-Jan-14 09:48:12

My friends have a lovely one, it looks like a little igloo. Not sure of the brand name but they found it on-line. It is like a snail shape with a tunnel.

elvisola Wed 08-Jan-14 09:50:06

Can't link but google the Curver Covered Cat Litter tray, it's available from Asda.

We have it and it blends in really well.

kittykarate Wed 08-Jan-14 10:05:18

This might be ok

KosherBacon Wed 08-Jan-14 11:13:33

Lynda- thanks but those are the ones we already have!

KittyKarate- the American ones look good. The other one you shared is cute but big. I don't think I have room for them.

Elvisola- that cat tray looks good.

TheOneWithTheNicestSmile Sat 11-Jan-14 22:03:26

I've got the Curver one elvisola mentioned, it's really nice but was sold out at Asda last time I looked

will try to find a link

TheOneWithTheNicestSmile Sat 11-Jan-14 22:05:51

Pets at Home have it

there is a cream version too. looks like it's delivery only though. Asda was cheaper but it's still out of stock

DameFanny Sat 11-Jan-14 22:08:43

Have a look around here - - and see if anything fits?

akachan Wed 15-Jan-14 11:51:25

Mine lives in an alcove behind a nice Cath Kidston oilcloth curtain I made (I know, I'm so twee). I suppose might not be possible with four trays.

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