Recently, a Floppycats’ reader asked on our Facebook, “How often do cat owners clean their cat’s litter box (that is, the box itself, not the litter)?” What say you?
The LitterPal is a box with bags that expands to make a convenient litter collection container. Or, in other words, a garbage bin for cat litter.
I originally saw the NVR Miss on The Conscious Cat’s blog. NVR Miss reached out to us to see if we would be interested in reviewing their boxes and of course, I was interested because my mom has two vertical peers, Caymus and Murphy.
I am from Missouri, the “SHOW ME” state. So hence the title of this post – SHOW ME Your Litter Box Set Up. I want to gather a list of postings from all members about how your kitty’s litter box area is set up. I will then compile all of them and put them in one post to share with everyone.
In 2003, a designer/former clothing buyer and medical design engineer created Kitty A GoGo™. Later in 2010 Kitty A GoGo™ was acquired by Automated Pet Care Products, Inc. (the makers of the Litter-Robot™).
Cats can be trained to use the toilet, rather than their stinky litter box, with just a few easy steps. However, the cat toilet training process does take several weeks, or even several months, so patience is required.
Ever catch your cat going to the bathroom in one of your indoor potted plants? If your cat is new to the home, and you’re looking to train him, there is a simple way how to litter train cats.
Guidelines for Cleaning and Maintaining Healthy Litter Box Habits