1. It started with a wicker chest. He didn’t know what to do with it, but when he looked at the cat box, he had an idea. Why not convert the chest into a litter box?
2. Aside from the chest, he gathered up some plywood for the base and door, the door itself, adhesive, velcro strips, and some crafting turf.
3. First, he cut the plywood to fit into the base of the chest.
4. He did the same for the door panel, and then cut another square out of that piece to accommodate the actual kitty door.
5. He noticed that the frame was too wide for the plywood.
6. No problem! All he had to do was add a few more blocks of plywood to make up for the missing space.
7. Once the door panel was ready to go, he started working on the chest. First up was the door opening.
8. He placed the wood panel and door inside the chest and fitted them to the opening.
9. For a little kitty comfort, he added some turf on the inside. He made sure to fasten it with velcro so that he could remove the turf and keep it clean.
10. After finishing the floor, he cut another strip of plywood that was the width of the lid to make a shelf. That way he could store everything he’d need when cleanup time rolled around.
Pretty nice, right? The cat gets some privacy, and the humans don’t have to deal with a big, clunky litter box killing their decor vibe.