Compelling title right?
I know you are eager to read more about the bowel/bladder movements of my cats.
Neither am I.
What really happened is that we polished off another container of hot chocolate the other day, and these containers are just too great to waste. My friend told me to check out a cat genie review since she has one of these and she loves it. I like my litter bag container though, and it’s really cheap to make! For some more hot cat and litter related topics, head to Kneadcat.com to join the discussion on matters concerning you and your pet.
All they hold is cocoa powder, so it’s just a quick rinse to clean them out, and they are really deep – great for storing and organizing.
I could have sat the container out as-is, but then I wouldn’t have a blog post to show you, so I decided to take it up a notch and create a cat litter bag container for “Doodie Duty”. Someplace we can leave grocery bags, near the cat litter, that the cats can’t get into and pee. (Some cats like to pee on plastic).
Leftover spray paint right over the paper label;
Then some letters cut on the Silhouette cameo, but could easily have been cut from black construction paper.
I was trying to put a cat silhouette on it as well, but my program kept shutting down. For the best though – I like how this turned out.
Fill your cat litter bag container with your folded grocery bags:
And put next to the litter box.
These are cute enough to leave by the door for dog walks as well.
I think my cat litter bag container looks a little Grandin Road-ish don’t you? At first glance you wouldn’t know this was an easy upcycle.
If I can drink 152 more cups of hot chocolate between now and Easter, I might just dress a couple of these up with rabbit faces and ears and fill with Easter goodies for the girls.
Don’t laugh, I almost drink that much now! lol
Have a great one!