Okay. Final stretch. Repeat the process as many times as you need. I needed three boxes. They should look pretty much like this:
Clean out the inside of the box (cats tend to like to eat strange things like plastic boogers for some reason that no one has figured out…which puts them up there with babies/toddlers as they like to eat weird stuff they find laying around as well). Since my boxes have wheels at the back end on the bottom, you’ll see in the inside shot where the ‘wheel wells’ are. This is ok. Notice the rest of the bottom though, there are no reinforced corners.
You’ll also notice that the bottom is not perfectly flat. This is sometimes annoying, especially if you only use 1″ or a low amount of clay/silicate clumping litter, but for the most part, it isn’t. I do HIGHLY recommend though that your litter scoop is not made of plastic. I’ve broken about 9 of them over the years, and finally got really pissed and spent the $12 or so for a really heavy-duty litter scoop made of metal. I’ve had that thing for about six years now.
Right. So. Side-by-side:
And here’s a picture of the wheels (and Junior, who is typical of people/animals named “Junior” or “Tiny” because he is kind of fat/big). Junior does not look big in this picture. Trust me. He’s about twenty pounds.