So it's basically a big box, constructed from plywood, painted with Rustoleum brand super scrubbable kid's paint (non toxic).
Every 6 months or so, I repaint it. The top is hinged for cleaning. Because the litter pan itself is a bit tall, little ones can
struggle to get in there, and I put alternative pans down when there's a baby (babies WANT to use the latrine, because they
can smell that it's the place the other raccoons are going potty, this is all the 'litter training' they will usually need). The con
is I didn't put little soft 'feet' on it, and it scratched up the wood floor from being shifted around. They would absolutely be
fine with a few stairs, you could elevate it in all sorts of different ways, cinder blocks and ladders are the easiest I can think
of. We did it because having a litter pan in your living room is gross enough, without having to SEE it, and see what awful
things go on in there.
The boys seem to appreciate the privacy. Also the cats use it, and there's never been any
disagreements. The cats have a couple of other pan options, but everybody seems to prefer this, I presume because it's so
big, you can walk around and get comfortable. You'll want to choose your own dimensions based on the largest litter pan you
Also, in the back there's a little hinged piece of wood, we hide the scoopy in there, which speaking of, we've
gone through a LOT of scoops over the years, and this one - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01BF ... UTF8&psc=1
is the winner.
When you go to replace your scoop, consider this one, cause it's strong and awesome and easy to clean. <3