Your cat enjoys taking trips with you. But trying to figure out how to load up their usual litter box into the car? That's not an easy task. You can't expect them to go without a bathroom facility, though. Good thing you have the alternative of disposable litter boxes! And even if you DON'T travel, these biodegradable options may find a way into your home.
Tag: Litter for Multiple Cats
Cats are notoriously clean creatures. It's one of the things that endears them to people. So when you find yourself with a cat peeing outside the box, you want tear out your hair. Why are they behaving that way? Especially when it happens out of the blue. It seems like a behavioral problem, but there are other reasons cats start to show this symptom. And we'll go over all of them - and what you need to do.
You made sure to include a litter box in your new kitten or cat supplies, of course. But did you think about the possibility that you'd need to walk through a litter training process? Don't worry - many first-time cat owners skip that step. And it's understandable. Cats are supposed to KNOW how to use the litter box on their own. But you need to do your part to litter train your cat. And we'll help you with this handy guide that works for every age and type of cat.
When you have more than one cat in a household, everything's a careful balancing act. Do you have enough toys for everyone? Have you spaced out the food and water bowls? Are there litter boxes set out? And then there's the litter. You want a litter that can handle the burden of multiple feline visits every day. We'll go through a list of the best litters for multiple cats to make life easier on everyone.
Who enjoys scooping out a smelly litter box? No one. But your cat depends on you to keep their box clean and smelling fresh. One of the easiest solutions is switching to an automatic litter box. These self-cleaning, robotic options do the work for you. However, they come with a few snags. If you're interested in making the change, read up on all of the information with us first.
You know SOMETHING is off with your cat, but what? Little warning bells keep going off in the back of your mind. Maybe you have changes going on in the house. It's out of the ordinary, sure, but is that enough to make your cat act differently? A stressed cat may fly under the radar - until you have a miserable feline. We'll go over the different kinds of stress and how to recognize the symptoms - not to mention what to do if you have a stressed cat.