A Litter Box For Sellers Who are Selling a Home Where Cats Live

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A litter box for sellers who are selling a home where cats live is an important topic. I read a post the other day by an agent on Active Rain who said her sellers kept their cat’s litterbox in the master bedroom closet, and while that may work on some level for people, I can’t imagine it myself.

Other people stick a litterbox in the bathroom and don’t seem to mind litter granules stuck between their wet toes after a shower. I suppose there are some pet owners who also like to poop with their cats and call the critters into the bathroom when the urge hits, but a line needs to be drawn when your home goes on the market. At that point, positioning an odor-free litterbox in the right place can be the difference between selling that home or watching a buyer run out your front door with a napkin over her nose.

Read more in my personal blog today about Here is an Odor Free Litterbox Cats Actually Use this is a litterbox for sellers who are selling a home where cats live. If you have cats, dogs, horses, cattle, chickens, goats, sheep, iguanas, birds or? Call us we have sold homes with all of these and more. We can be reached at 916-233-6759. JaCi Wallace is with RE/MAX Gold DRE# 00773532. Elizabeth Weintraub DRE# 00697006 is an independent broker, combined we are Weintraub & Wallace Realtors. Call us or email us at elizabeth@elizabethweintraub.com

JaCi Wallace
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A Litter Box For Sellers Who are Selling a Home Where Cats Live

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