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Tips for Cat Litters

21. June 2017

Cleaning our pet cat’s mess is part of our responsibility as owners. Good thing that Cat Litters are invented, helping and making it easier for us to clean their mess.

If you don’t have a Litter Box yet, you better have one. I will teach you what to look for in buying a Litter Box and more importantly, how to litter train your kittens.

Considerations on buying a Litter Box

            The size of Litter Box – Size of Litter Box does matter. Make sure that the size of your litter box is appropriate for the size of your cats. If your cats have small strides, also buy a Litter box that has small sides, so they won’t have difficulty in getting into it.

            Litter Type – Generally, cats like litter that has a fine texture like garden soil or beach sand. But there are others who prefer a coarser litter (non-clumping), so just apply trial and error and see what your cats prefer.

Litter Training   

            If you are a new pet owner and you just recently bought your cat, chances are your Cat are not yet trained to do her work in the Litter Box. Fortunately, it is very easy to do Litter training, and I will teach you how.

            First, you have to observe particularly when doing your go to the bathroom. Usually, cats do their thing in the morning, after meals, or when they wake up from a nap. If you see any patterns, place the cat into the box at this identified time of the day. Cats will make this association and will be conditioned to go to the litter box to mess.

            Another important thing to consider is the place where you put your litter box. Cats like privacy when they do their thing, so make sure that you place your litter box in a quiet place at home where they won’t be disturbed.

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