How To Keep Your House From Reeking Of Cat Piss With A Computer Fan And Some Ducting

You haven't cleaned the litterbox in what, two weeks now? It's all well and good that you've acclimated to the overwhelming stench of ammonia and kitty poop but what about when guests come over? With some minor mods and a little electrical engineering, you can keep your home from smelling of feline by-products without actually having to be a responsible pet owner and clean up!

The Odorless Cat Litter Box by Instructibles submitter, Projectwriter, is reportedly cheap and simple to construct using easily-scavengable items. "This project costs less than $US35 to make and can be prepared from affordable household's and recyclable objects. The design is perfect for apartment dwellers," said Projectwriter. Then again, a slotted spoon will run you what — three, four bucks? [Instructables via Hacked Gadgets]


    Actually I live in an apartment with a small dog, and I clean the litter tray daily / twice daily (yes, I taught my dog to poop in a box a la Jack Donaghey lol)

    This is a good idea because frankly, unless you clean the litter tray after *every single time* your pet uses it, then inevitably you will smell it.

    But really, the article begs the question - if you think it's such a bad idea, why did you feature it?

      And also, no, it is not possible to clean it after every single use - I work during the day like most people. And to be honest, trying to would be exhausting.

    My fucking kitten sprayed super-stench cat pheromone behind my TV, took 2 days of removing furniture and steam-mopping to get the stench away.

    Or don't have a cat at way to keep it from stinking up the place.

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