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But believe me, the litter box need not be a problem. Think of it this way: a litter box is merely a necessity that--if you just spend a few minutes learning how to keep properly clean--is there to provide your cat an acceptable place to do her business. It's no big deal. You have a cat. You have a litter box. And staying in regular, but brief, touch with what is going on in those litter boxes can be worth its weight in gold in terms of staying on top of your cat's health. To my mind, it's a very big mistake not to have a regular look at the size of "peeballs" and the consistency of a cat's stools. Noticing things there is a nice "early warning" sign if something is amiss with your cat. A litter box you that you plug in, forget about, and that sweeps everything, figuratively, under the rug won't let you do that.

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Cleaning the litter box. It's one of the most dreaded jobs of kitty lovers everywhere. If you're saying Urgh! over the smell of your cat's box, rest assured, he is too. Seriously, though. It's important to regularly clean your cat's litter box for two reasons: one no one wants a stinky house, and two - more importantly, no one wants a sick pet. Since the job has to get done, and you haven't been able to teach Tiki how to clean his own mess, we're here to tell you how to safely clean your cat's litter box.

Learn how to keep your cat's litter box smelling fresh and clean.

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My husband and I have been living with Siamese for 25 years now, and just love the photos of closed kitty litter boxes. They mostly show Siamese using them. I could never get mine to use a closed box, they mainly wanted to sleep inside, not poop. My Siamese have the need to bury not only their poop, but the wall and anything else that's within reach. It sometimes takes them 10 minutes to complete their duty. And don't get caught watching, that's a no no! We presently have 3 kitties, two females, and one male, and only two litter boxes. One at each end of the house. This works well for us. Once everyone determined their own territory, and stopped chasing each other out of the "box". and much screaming on my husband and my part. They all adjusted to just two. So, it all depends on the household and the animals. I do clean their boxes every day and wash it out once a month, and replace once a year. If you have a huge cat, try using a storage box instead of a littler box, put the lid under it to catch the dropped litter, you can get them in really big sizes and the cats can't throw the litter out so easily. And a small throw rug in front that catches what falls off their feet. ALL litter sticks to cat's feet no matter what the a litter company says. And if you have tile floors, it's yukkie to step on.

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