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Old 06-04-2010, 12:46 PM   #1
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Hello: As a new member, I'm looking forward to larning from all of you

If you have a 5th wheel and travel with a cat, I'm interested in knowing where you put your cat box so it is out of sight and not in the living area.
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Hi, MMT. Welcome to iRV2.com.

We keep our cat's litter pan in the bathtub. It gives the cat privacy and helps keep litter contained for easy clean-up should kitty throw a little out of the pan while digging/covering. Just be sure the tub is dry before putting the litter box inside. The only real inconvenience is that you may occasionally have to share the bathroom with your feline.
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MMT---Welcome to the FORUM.
We're glad you joined up. I'm truly sorry to say I don't have pets. Someone will surely have an answer for you soon here on the forum.
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