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How To Get Kittens To Use The Litter Box (Step by Step)

How To Get Kittens To Use The Litter Box (Step by Step)

Adopting and training a new kitty can be hard work. You've gone through all the necessary paperwork, have your kitty acquainted to their new home... the next logical question is: how do I get my kitten to use the litter box? Apart from cats getting lost or allergies...

My Does My Cat Lay in the Litter Box?

My Does My Cat Lay in the Litter Box?

When it comes to potty time, most cats will get in, do their business and get out. If your cat has suddenly started laying in the litter box, there may be some medical or stress-related issues that need to be addressed. Odds are against an underlying medical problem...

Kittens Playing in the Litter Box? Try These 3 Steps

Kittens Playing in the Litter Box? Try These 3 Steps

Sometimes kittens will get reach a few months of age and decide playing in the litter box is the best thing in the world. Naturally, being the uncoordinated ball of fur they are, litter gets everywhere. Which means more mess for you to clean up. So, is this behavior...

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The 9 Best Self Cleaning Litter Box 2020 | Automatic Litter Boxes

The 9 Best Self Cleaning Litter Box 2020 | Automatic Litter Boxes

Most cat parents can agree on one thing- litter duty is a drag. I'm sure sifting through your cat's stinky leavings isn't exactly topping the list of things you want to do today. If you want to make your life a little easier, than an automatic litter box may be just...

The 4 Best Cat Carriers for Difficult Cats

The 4 Best Cat Carriers for Difficult Cats

Most cats hate car rides and get very nervous when they see you pulling that cat carrier out of the closet. Cat's don't like change, so traveling is very stressful for them. Having a durable and comfortable carrier is absolutely essential for anyone traveling with...

The Best Crystal Cat Litters of 2020

The Best Crystal Cat Litters of 2020

Buying cat litter should be easy. Most people want litter with good absorption that's easy to scoop and doesn't bother their cat. Simple enough, right? Unfortunately, it's a bit more complicated than it sounds. There are a ton of different types and brands of cat...