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10 Best Cat Litter Box Furniture Enclosures That Your Pet Will Most Likely Enjoy

We adore our felines! This is demonstrated by our willingness to deal with their pretty unsightly litter box on a daily basis.

Did you know that up until about 70 years ago, people used sand, ashes, paper, or soil in cat boxes? Perhaps you live in a tiny space and have had difficulty finding a location for your cat's litter box.

What are you going to do with the box and its quite unpleasant mess? Fortunately, finding an enclosure for the litter box not only hides it from sight but also provides your cat with more solitude.

BestForPets (bestforpets.org) has reviewed the top ten best cat litter box furniture enclosures to help you select the finest one for you and your cat.


Sweet Barks Wooden Washroom Bench – Overall Winner

The Sweet Barks Wooden Washroom Bench is the best overall cat litter containment.

It is available in black or white and may serve as a coffee table, end table, nightstand, and other functions in addition to hiding your cat’s litter box.

It’s built of solid wood and is an appealing piece of furniture that might be quite useful in homes and condos when space is limited.

The enclosure includes an entrance (measuring 9″ x 9″) on both sides for convenient access for your cat, and it’s spacious enough to store more than just the litter box.

The main disadvantages of this enclosure are its high cost.


Modest Cat Litter Box Privacy Screen by PetFusion – Best Value

The PetFusion Modest Cat Litter Box Privacy Screen is the greatest cat litter enclosure for the money. It’s an excellent value and a unique option to the other enclosures on this list.

In actuality, it’s a privacy screen rather than an enclosure! It has a bamboo frame and semi-transparent plastic panels that are scratch resistant and easy to clean. It can also help to reduce litter spread.

It’s 3 feet tall and 4 feet wide, and it can cover your cat’s litter box without trapping her if she has a problem with that. Furthermore, the hinges can bend both ways for a variety of arrangement choices.

On the downside, it’s pretty durable, but it can be knocked over and becomes less stable as you stretch it out further.


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The Merry Products Cat Washroom Bench Cat Litter Box is also a little costly, but it does an excellent job of covering your cat’s litter box while also offering extra storage and an accent table.

It is available in white and walnut and can accommodate both standard-sized litter boxes and large automated pans. It features elegant wood grain, wainscoting, and magnetically locked doors for simple cleaning access.

It even has a divider that can be added or removed for additional storage, as well as drilled holes for electric cords.

While it calls itself a bench, it can only support 80 pounds before collapsing. Furthermore, as previously stated, it is on the pricey side. We also discovered that the doors did not line up correctly in many cases, giving it a crooked aspect.


Trixie Cat Litter Box with 2-Story Wooden Enclosure

The Trixie 2-Story Wooden Enclosure Cat Litter Box is two stories tall! It has magnetic-close doors for easy cleaning and air openings on both sides (for your cat’s comfort rather than yours).

The litter box is located on the bottom level, with the entrance a short hop up to the second level. This second-floor platform also has the added benefit of preventing litter spread.

It’s another fashionable piece of furniture available in dark brown and white. The Trixie’s downside is that the rear of the cabinet is not made of the same robust material as the rest.

It is also only appropriate for smaller and younger cats. It is intended for cats weighing up to 12 pounds, and the second-floor entranceway will not accommodate any cats with mobility concerns.


Cat Litter Box Pet Gear Pro Pawty Space Saver

The Pet Gear Pro Pawty Space Saver Cat Litter Box enclosure is the only one on our list that is built of a softer material, which gives it a distinct appearance.

It features a two-story layout, similar to the Trixie at number four, with the entrance on the second level.

The second level has a mesh bottom that effectively captures and traps litter attached to your cat’s paws and can be rolled up for storage.

It has a front zipper for easy access to the litter box, is available in gray and brown, and is fairly priced.

In the event of an accident, the fabric is not as easy to clean as the wooden enclosures, however it is recommended to hose it down.

The material on the outside, on the other hand, is not water repellent and may absorb liquid. And, like the Trixie, it is not suitable for heavier or less mobile cats.

Choosing the Best Cat Litter Box Furniture Enclosure Buyer's Guide

Before you make your first purchase, you should investigate specific elements of each enclosure, especially since the majority of them are relatively pricey.

We’ll consider the size, design, and needs of your cat to help you make a more informed purchase.


This is most likely one of the most crucial considerations while buying for litter box enclosures.

It must be large enough to accommodate your cat’s litter pan and allow your cat to turn around comfortably while using the litter.

Always double-check your dimensions and ensure that the measurements on the product page are for the inside of the enclosure.


Not every cat will prefer having their litter box placed within a small, gloomy container. You know your cat best, so use your best judgment to determine whether or not your cat will accept the new furniture.

If your cat is huge and heavy, or if it is a senior, you may wish to forego an enclosure. You don’t want to risk your cat being stuck or being unable to use her litter box. Consider the screen option, which is ranked second in certain situations.

Finally, keep it clean! It’s critical to maintain your cat’s litter box clean by scooping it every day using a conventional box, but the smell will be much more concentrated for your sensitive cat inside an enclosure.

If you hide the litter box, you must commit to keeping it clean.


Always check the enclosure’s weight capacity. If you wish to use it as a bench, make sure it can support your weight.

You should also ensure that it can support your cat’s weight, as the last thing you want is for it to collapse when your cat decides to examine (and most likely sleep on) the top.


This section is all about your own preferences. These enclosures are available in a variety of shapes, colors, and materials, so choose one that you believe is appealing and will complement your décor.

Keep in mind that the colors on your laptop/computer/notebook/smartphone screen will most likely differ from how they seem in person.


Consider where you want to put the new furniture in your home. Although it gives your cat more privacy, the same restrictions apply for where you place your cat’s litter box.

It should not be placed in a heavy traffic location or near any loud equipment. Unless your cat is completely uninterested in any of this.

If you paid for a new enclosure and it didn’t work out (cats aren’t known to be adaptable), you may use it as a play or sleeping space.


Because it was the only one constructed of natural wood and with a double entranceway, the Sweet Barks Wooden Washroom Bench was the best overall litter box enclosure.

The PetFusion Modest Cat Litter Box Privacy Screen was our pick for best value due to its low pricing and simple but appealing screen design.

The Refined Feline Deluxe was chosen as the premium option because, aside from the price, it comes in two sizes and four colors and is one of the only enclosures that allows you to utilize carbon filters for odor control.

That’s all there is to it!

BestForPets (bestforpets.org) hope our reviews of the top ten best cat litter box furniture enclosures have been useful, and that you’ll find one that makes your space look great while also making your cat happy.

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Dr. Deborah Fletcher

Deborah R. Fletcher, DVM, is a skilled veterinarian with more than 15 years of experience dealing with companion and exotic animals. She has experience caring for a variety of animals, including household cats and dogs, reptiles, birds of prey, and even primates. Dr. Fletcher is a valuable part of the BestForPets team, where she contributes to their aim of providing pets and their owners with the finest possible treatment and services.

Veterinarian (DVM) Dr. Deborah Fletcher


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