Getting an angry cat into a carrier is a hard task. Most cat owners will confirm it. But what about your cat going in it on his free will?
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In general, a pattern for litter training a kitten and an adult outdoor cat is similar, except that for kittens it takes lesser effort, and some parts may even be skipped, compared to adult cats who have already developed elimination behavior, and do not have a single reason, why they would want to change it.
Training a kitten to use a litter box is an easy task. In most cases, special “training” is actually not necessary if you provide an appropriate litter box, because cats naturally love burying their feces and urine. If it still does not help, and your kitten does not get the idea of using a litter box, small encouraging from your side might be necessary. How? Read below.
Proper use of a litter box is one of the most important parts of indoor cat’s lives. Inadequate training may lead to house soiling, which is number one reason for cats being left at animal shelter. It’s a sad thing, if we know, litter training is actually very easy, but at what age should kitten start litter training?