What is the best cat litter to use? Which fights odor the best? Which one prevents litter tracking? Which is preferred by most cats? With so many options on the market it is easy to get confused and even worse, there isn’t a single answer to this, because each cat litter type has its own advantages and disadvantages. So, in this article you are going to find what the best cat litter is for you and your cat.
Although pine pellet litter is relatively new in the commercial cat litter market, sawdust has long been used as a bedding in horse stables. Pine absorbs moisture very well and may be easily scooped out and replaced with fresh bedding/litter.
In this article in our series of cat litter reviews, we want to take a closer look at advantages and disadvantages of silica cat litter—one of the newest types of cat litter on the market.
Clumping cat litter is still one of the most popular litter types in the world, even though its popularity has decreased in recent decades. We have tried clumping clay litter (as well as pine cat litter, silica, and clay litter) extensively, and we can agree that it is OK.
Is it possible to get rid of the smell from a cat litter box without tucking it away in the basement? Cat litter box odor appears to be one of most common reasons that people choose not to have a cat. We have three cats ourselves, and their litter box rarely smells. How do we do it? Here’s how:
Caring for cat litter box is one of the most crucial parts of human – cat relationship. While, usually it does not cause problems at all, even a small bump on a road can cause things going terribly wrong, and the cat habituating eliminating outside the box.
In this article you will learn:
- How to choose the best litter box;
- Where to place the litter box;
- What litter type to choose;
- How to train your cat to use the litter box;
- How to clean the litter box.
When talking about cats, the question: ‘which is the best cat litter?’, is among the most common asked ones. In this article, we are going to answer it.
We have tested the most popular cat litter types, clumping, pine, silica and absorbing cat litter, and are going to share our experience from those tests, as well as things we know and understand from eliminative behavior of cat.
Have you ever thought if your litter box is desirable enough for your cat? If your cat had problems with house soiling, then it’s likely you did. But it’s not always necessary to have litter box issues to consider how can you improve and make this location more desirable in the eyes of your cat.
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?
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.