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Where do you put the litter tray?

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siobhann86 Thu 09-Aug-18 17:25:45

Im thinking of getting a cat, but not sure where to put the cat litter tray. Where does everyone keeps theres?

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TerfsUp Thu 09-Aug-18 17:27:42


yaffingale Thu 09-Aug-18 17:28:44

One behind the front door and another in the bathroom

ch0c0milkrox Thu 09-Aug-18 17:29:33

Conservatory and one in spare bedroom

Oldraver Thu 09-Aug-18 17:41:34

We have one in the bathroom and one in a tray that slides under the utility sink.

He doesn't really use them though

HuggedtheRedwoods Thu 09-Aug-18 19:21:56

Only one of mine uses a litter tray. When she was a kitten she had one in the hallway under an open staircase and one in the corner of the main living room where she spent most of her time. Now she's older she just has two under the staircase (she wont use one tray for both jobs!) but often uses the garden as well, like our older cat.

CatchingBabies Thu 09-Aug-18 20:22:31

We have one in the utility room and one in the bathroom upstairs. Both hooded ones that you don’t really notice.

dementedpixie Thu 09-Aug-18 20:25:34

We have a large kitchen diner and the tray is in a little corner of it. They dont use it much now though

hendricksy Thu 09-Aug-18 20:27:33

One in a bathroom and one in downstairs toilet .

mostimproved Thu 09-Aug-18 20:28:19

Bathroom - have two cats but they share one tray.

Judydreamsofhorses Thu 09-Aug-18 23:16:51

Ours is in the kitchen, but after we started letting her out she only uses it once in a blue moon if she’s desperate - at night, if we’re at work, or in terrible weather. She did a wee in the bath a couple of times shortly after arriving, so we got a second tray for the bathroom, but it was never, ever used and we eventually ditched it. At Christmas time she had a really upset stomach/was sick in the night, and weirdly went into the bath for that. (Too many Dreamies.)

fluffypudcats Sun 12-Aug-18 23:29:04

Upstairs bathroom, utility room and kitchen. The one in the kitchen is not there long term - she became a tripod so I needed a tray that was near her and easy for her to access. 2 cats, 3 trays

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