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How to Train Your Cat to Use Cat Litter

When you bring a new little kitten home, one of the first things you want to be able to do is train it to use a cat litter tray. Though for some this can be a frustrating process, there really is a right way to do it that will get results.

By understanding one of the better methods of cat litter tray training, you can get the results you want quickly so that you can enjoy your new kitten indoors for years to come.

When you first bring your kitten home and are ready to cat litter tray train him or her, go ahead and confine the kitten to a small area in your house. Usually a laundry or utility room works best. By nature, cats are clean animals and will want to bury their waste. That means that if you provide a litter tray, in most cases the kitten will use it right away.

After each time your new kitten eats, put him or her in the litter tray. Take the paw of your cat and gently scratch the litter in the tray with it. This will signal to your kitten what it is you want in the cat litter tray. Otherwise, he or she may not “get it.”

If, by chance, at some point you see the kitten sniffing or digging somewhere else in the room, pick him up. Place the cat in the cat litter tray to encourage him to finish his business in the tray. Go ahead and repeat the scratching exercise that you used right after eating.

As you can see, litter tray training does not have to be difficult. It does, though, require some vigilance on your part as well as some patience. If you follow the procedure, though, you can have your little kitten using the cat litter tray in no time.


 

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