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Cat Cave toilet; litter tray; cat toilet; stairs

Ever wondered what's under the stairs. Other than left over builder's rubble and discarded cement bags there could be quite a considerable usable space - space for a secret cave!
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FitAir Oxy Air Purifier works very well in the Cat Cave. Battery operated; no masking fragrance that is overpowering to your cat's senses; silent.

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08. Used plywood for the ceiling as it's so much lighter than MDF. It was fixed so that a small horizontal 'lip' was created at the top of the doorway to stop the door falling through

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15. Cat Cave servants entrance. Door in MDF and by putting the skirting on the wrong way round (deepest width closest to the opening) it created the thickest and flattest surface for the hinges to mount on

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16. Left over carpet tiles were perfect and so easy to lay. By fluke the colour made the Cat Cave more of a green grassy glade under a clear blue sky

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18. Looking from within. The tunnel was cut very carefully and the skirting saved and reused on the sides. The surrounds are cut out of MDF and gloss painted for durability. Added a spare cut-off piece of the hall carpet to the vertical post (left in the picture) to make it a huge scratching post

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20. The tunnel was again a cast off; from a vinyl floor tile. Very flexible and fitted showing the reverse side for a plain black look

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05. As a horizontal noggin was taken out across the 'cave' entrance, vertical supports were added on each side from floor to underside of stairs. We used an old tree stake we didn't need

06. To reduce the noise of someone going up/down the stairs, we reused some foam we'd had for years from an old outdoor swing seat