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Kitty Litter Mats From Recycled Goods

You can recycle common household goods to be used as kitty litter mats.

| December 2013/January 2014

If you have cats, you probably know what it’s like to get kitty litter tramped all over your clean house. You could buy expensive kitty litter mats to prevent such a mess, but why bother when you can simply reuse old household goods?

My dish drainer, which I purchased secondhand, became too old and yucky for my clean dishes. However, it now works perfectly as a kitty litter catcher outside of the litter box. You could also use an old welcome mat or a floor mat from a car.

Jane M. Dunn
Homer, Alaska






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