Susan Dennis (susandennis) wrote,
Susan Dennis
susandennis

No big deal, actually

I bit the bullet and did the deed and while it was stinky and disgusting, I managed to get the old chest up on a dolly and down to the dump pile without incident!! Among other things in the dump pile were two very very very old, shredded cat trees. Both of them looked like they should have been tossed out years ago. Yikes.

Happily I have a backup litter box chest. Back when I had a very old cat, I needed one in the living room and one in the sewing room. PetCo had a plastic (easy to clean) collapsible one at the time and it was perfect. When I didn't need it any longer for litter, I used it in the closet to store blankets.

Since I cleaned out that same closet not long ago, I had places for all the blankets and could just recommission the chest for litter! I also remembered to grab an old shower curtain liner to line it so that it will be easier to make ready for blankets again. I found a picture of what I'm talking about - cat not mine :)

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It will be replaced by the new one from Etsy soon. This is what is coming - mine will be painted white.

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Anyway, now the deed is done. So yeah!
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