Win a Peek a Boo Door Latch to Keep Dogs Out of the Litterbox!

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Our litterboxes are in our laundry room, access by a cat flap in the door. Our dogs are both large so they’re way too big to fit through the cat flap…but that doesn’t mean they wouldn’t like to try. On the rare occasion when we’ve accidentally left the laundry door open, Tiki and Irie have swept into the room and cleaned out the litterbox, snacking on everything that could find. No more doggie kisses that day!

The cat flap works great for keeping the dogs out of the litterbox, but we know that not everyone’s able to install a cat flap! It involved taking down the door and cutting a hole into the door. Fortunately, John’s a carpenter so I’m spoiled to being able to ask him to do projects like cat doors (and catios) but not everyone has the tools or the skills to install a cat door. And, if you’re renting or you think you might want to put your home on the market anytime soon, you very well might not be in the position to cut a hole in an interior door!

If you need an easy, inexpensive way to keep dogs or larger pets out of one room of your house but still provide access for your cats, check out the Peek a Boo latch from Woof Woof Castle. This latch attaches to your door in one of three ways: (1) with screws and a plastic mount, (2) with adhesive stickers and a plastic mount or (3) a combination of both methods. The latch comes with a CD with instructions (although installation is very simple.) Much like a longer version of a screen door hook and eye, the latch is easy to install and opens the door just enough for your cat to access the room–but not your dog!

One lucky CatTipper reader will win a Peek a Boo latch!

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Win a Peek a Boo Latch

We’ve got several ways to enter in the widget below; you can enter with as many or as few entry methods as you like. Feel free to return to the widget for more entries any time during the giveaway, too. Good luck!

We received Peek a Boo latches for review and giveaway.

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  • Shelley Joy P

    I’d love this for our spare bathroom where we keep Shadow’s litterbox. I’ve caught one of my dogs eating out of the there more than once – yuck!

  • Brenda Witherspoon-Bedard

    our sons room

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  • Ashley Feit

    We would use this for our basement door. We keep our litter boxes in the laundry are downstairs and this would be perfect so we don’t have to leave the basement door all the way open . . . would also help prevent our dog from helping herself to the “kitty buffet”

  • Karen DeGraaf

    ID USE IT IN OUR BREEZEWAY.

  • Deanna

    I need it for the laundry room.

  • Phoenixtl

    Laundry room.

  • Linda Pannell

    I would us the Peek a Boo Door Latch on the door between my kitchen and laundry room, where I keep my cat box.

  • Helga

    I would use it on the bedroom doorway.

  • Rachel T

    Bedroom! I need the kitties and the Chi in and the Lab out.

  • sandy weinstein

    i dont have cats, but i could figure out some room to keep my little girls out, one likes to go into the bathroom and knows how to open the door.

  • Rachael Henzman

    I would install it on our bedroom door. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Danielle Murgia

    The Bathroom.

  • Jdace

    I would put this on our door to the bathroom or the laundry room. We have a litterbox in both places.

  • Linda Szymoniak

    We have a two-story house and there’s a door at the top of the stairs going from the first to the second floor. We’ve been keeping it open to let the cats have access to the bedrooms upstairs, plus since my daughter just adopted a kitten, she has a litter box for him in the bathroom there as well as food and water for him. The idea is to give him and our other two cats a “safe” place from our dogs, who are friendly, but are much bigger than the cats and like to play too rough. I’d like to be able to secure the door in such a way that only the cats could get through, and this is just what I need for that.

  • Holly E

    I would put it in the bathroom

  • Evelyn Chuter

    I would put up in the back den where the cat boxes are.

  • Carl L Smith, Jr

    I would install this on our laundry room door. We keep the cat litter box in there and yes, our dog thinks the litter box is his dinner plate. It’s so disgusting, and we have tried everything to get him to stop, but this would definitely work!

  • Ruckus the Eskie

    Trying to win for a cat friend! Will let them decide which room will work best

  • Leeanne Berntson

    The front door./

  • Chrystal D

    I’d use this on the front door so it would be easier for the cats to go in & out.

  • Cynthia Amber Downer

    The door to the unfinished part of the basement.

  • http://www.twitter.com/MadyyWardd Mady Ward

    I’d like to install the door latch on my laundry room, as this is where I keep the litter boxes!

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  • Joanne Gregory

    I would install it at the bedroom door.

  • Lisa F.

    It would be the spare bedroom where my cat spends some of his time.

  • Holly Wright

    The cat litter room!

  • Marilyn Nawara

    Door between the family room and the mud room

  • Pat Weldon

    In the mud room.

  • pmilner

    I would install it in the main floor laundry room. Thank you for another super giveaway opportunity and please keep up the terrific blogging.

  • http://giveawayhunt.com/ Giveaway Hunt

    In my bedroom because I just wedge a slipper so my cats can peep

  • http://asahmlookingforadeal.blogspot.com/ Cori Westphal

    I’d put it on my basement door, so the cats can go down, but the colder air doesn’t sneak up as much!

    Cori Westphal
    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  • Anita J White

    In my laundry room where i have mt litter box

  • Carey Runzel-Oberly

    My bedroom to keep my dogs out

  • gkran

    The basement. (Gianna)

  • Priscilla P.

    Bathroom

  • Crystal M

    Small utility closet where we stash our litter box

  • Jessibeth Vicenty

    My craft studio, is where my cat is always and where the littler box is.

  • Debbie

    I’ve been planning to turn our 4th bedroom into a cat room/retreat, and I’ve been looking for something just like this! Of course I’d love to win, but I’d like contact information for the company too “just in case I don’t” :-). Thank you for sharing this and giving us this opportunity!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Laurie-Gentry-Murley/1073773012 Laurie Gentry Murley

    I don’t know here i’ll put it

  • Jennifer Vix

    Very neat idea. I have a friend who is going to be moving in with her boyfriend. He has a cat, she has a dog. Since they rent this would be a perfect solution to the cat box problem. It’s for a hall closet door where he keeps the litter box. Thanks for introducing me to a new product, and for the giveaway.

  • Jennifer Vix

    Pinterest name = Vicki Vix.