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Old 10-10-2017, 02:45 PM   #15
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In the shower. Had to get an 18 inch high plastic tote for a litter box because he gets a little carried away digging! We throw the shower matt in first, then the litter box goes on top. It catches most of the excess flying litter! Also keeps the shower from getting scratched up. Huey Lewis is a big cat, and can easily hop in and out. I also made a little wire bracket to hold the door open about 5 inches, so he can get in any time it suits him.
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No class C here but in our 5er, one goes in the closet (door remains open) and the other is next to the dresser at the escape window. Both are top entry to contain litter. We use our shower every day, I can't see not doing that and wet litter on a shower floor becomes concrete.
Wow, thanks for the heads up!
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We travel with two indoor only cats. They travel in large crates for their safety. Litter box goes in the shower. The crates store on top of the litter box. Easy to set aside when we want to use the shower.

In a previous coach I cut a hole in the floor above a storage compartment. Litter box in compartment. Ramp for them to get up/down. Easy to clean from outside.
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I always tell them I have an indoor cat. Never a problem.
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Our cat's litter box goes in the closet on the floor under the hanging coats etc.
We only say we have a cat if they ask upon registration. Have never paid extra.
Ours is leash trained so we walk him if doggie conditions permit.
He's a Himalayan, so usually is unafraid of most dogs.
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Ms. Spooky's outdoor cage, goes out and back at will, she loves it. She rides in the bus under the bed in a cozy spot I built for her. Her toilet is In the shower.
She's leash trained and I've never mentioned her at CG check in.



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Do you have pictures of Cat condo on outside of RV ?

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We Travel with one old indoor cat. I came up with this creation so she could sit outside and watch the birds etc. It just lifts off the clips and folds up flat. The three clips kept it steady so it has to be lifted up to remove. The clips are screwed to the aluminum window frame.
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