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7 Places to Hide a Cat Box in an RV

RV living with cats requires some planning, and one thing to figure out is where to put the litter box so that it’s out of the way.

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With some ingenuity, you can hide a litter box in just about any empty space in an RV.  Here are a few ideas for litter box storage.

1. In a closet

A cat hole like this one, which can be stained or painted, can to allow a cat to access a litter box behind a closed door.

2. Under a dinette booth

RV owner Ted, creator of the public campground database ultimatecampgrounds.com, installed a cat door to allow access to the storage space under the bench seating.

3. Inside a storage bay

If you can find a place to cut a hole for access, the advantage of this location is that the litter box can be cleaned from outside.  A cat door with weather stripping can help minimize drafts.

4. Under the sink

A cat flap could be installed on the side of a cabinet or through a door on the front.

5. In a storage trunk

A wicker storage trunk becomes an attractive disguise with handy storage for cleaning supplies with this DIY project.

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