When I first got Charlie and Trigg, I saw an episode of Shark Tank, where entrepreneur, Rebecca, introduced her kit, CitiKitty Cat Toilet Training Kit. I had heard of cat toilet training, but had never looked into it.
She talked about the money you could save on litter and not to mention the smell, etc.
I requested her CitiKitty Cat Toilet Training Kit to review as well as one from a UK company, Litter Kwitter , that is very similar. We got both and I was planning on doing one kit on each toilet. I did start the process, but ultimately decided not to move forward with it because:
- The process was stressing me out when I didn’t need additional stress
- I had been told or read somewhere that cat feces/urine is not common in our water, so they don’t have the tools to “clean it”.
- I had read or heard that older kitties really struggle to continue doing their business on a toilet as their bodies get older and when they haven’t used litter their entire lives, then it really becomes an issue.
I follow my gut. My gut said no. So I said no. That’s what it came down to for me – and I could have been wrong. But that’s what I decided.
Both kits were pretty understandable and came with great instructions. The Litter Kwitter was definitely one that you could re-use later on, whereas CitiKitty was more a one time training use type of thing.
Here are links to where you can buy these kits online:
What Do You Think About Toilet Training Your Cats?