“Kitty Closets”: A Unique Way To Conceal Your Cat’s Litter Box

Dated: March 2 2020

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Real estate agents see pet doors all the time. But more often than not they’re put into doors that go outside, or maybe to the basement. So, Tampa agent Kristen Brown and her buyer clients were pretty surprised when they saw one that looked like it went into a closet in the middle of a house they were touring… 

Where in the world did this lead to? The basement? Only one way to find out…

When they opened up the bottom part of the door they found a purrfectly private place for a litter box. Not only does it give the cat a little privacy, but it hides the litter box from sight. And the vinyl tiles on the floor and wall help make keeping it clean a cinch.

But the real brilliance is the exhaust fan installed on the back wall. What a great way to help keep the smell down in the house!

So, whether you’re selling or not, you might want to treat your kitty to its own closet.

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Graham Green

I have been in Real Estate coming up on 20 years now. In that 20 years I have sold over 1300 homes in VA, MD, and DC. In addition to selling homes I have also consulted with Realtors and Real Estate....

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