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Cat Litter Box Basics

One of the most important purchases you will make if you own feline pets is a cat litter box. With that said, there are a lot of options out there to consider when it comes time to buy your cat litter box.

By understanding what is available, what you need, and what to look for, though, you will be able to make an informed decision.

One important thing to consider when buying a cat litter box is how much attention you, the owner, will be able to give to it.

The bigger the litter box you get, the less often you will have to change it out completely. That is, the less you will have to totally clean out the litter and put in new as opposed to simply scooping out what is in there and going on.

Secondly, you should consider whether or not you want your cat litter box to have a cover on it. Hoods are generally optional and do keep the mess contained more efficiently.

On the other hand, your particular cat may decide that he or she does not like having a hood. So not only should you consider what you want, but also think about what the cat will and will not do.

Finally, if you are concerned about your own ability to keep up with litter box cleaning duties, make sure you look into the self-cleaning models. These cat litter boxes are activated by your cat’s motion and will “scoop” the box after every use. You simply have to empty a plastic bin once a week.

No matter what kind of cat litter box you choose, you will likely dislike and like various parts of it. You can always start cheap and basic and move your way up later. Just make sure that you have a litter box that will benefit you and your feline companion.


 

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