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You want reasons to not buy an automatic litter box? To not avoid the nuisance of scooping your cat’s poop, and wasting precious minutes of your day that could go towards more important tasks? Here we provide you with a list of the 5 reasons you should not buy an automatic litter box.
No matter how frustrated, appalled or rejected we may be by our cats, there’s no such thing as not finding them absolutely the most adorable little buggers around. Here, just to confirm that you don’t have some kind of possessed demon cat, are a few examples of other peoples’ cats acting in a not very nice way.
Your cat may be an adored and respected member of your family, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that your cat’s litter box is one of your favorite home furnishings. We’ve gone ahead and compiled a few great ways to minimize the presence of your cat’s litter box through some really creative DIY and store-bought solutions.
We know that you’d prefer if your little adorable kitten never grew out of kittenhood and into full-fledged cathood. Although when a kitten stops being a kitten may seem like a discussion in semantics, there are some very real consequences to your little kitty growing up, and we thought we’d share a bit about a kitten’s development with you.
There are so many options out there when it comes to picking the right litter box for your cat. How can you be sure that you’re making the best decision for both you and your kitty? Well, here’s a brief overview of the various options and what makes each a contender to consider.
We’ve said it once and we’ll say it a thousand times, your cat’s litter box can be an expression of your most distinctive personal identity. Whether you have a conventional or a more technologically advanced litter box, the possibilities are endless when it comes to personalization.
Although you might think it’s inevitable, your cat’s litter box doesn’t have to be absolutely rancid. And while you may not even notice it, the company you keep can certainly tell the difference between the smell of you making an effort and the smell of you not. So, why not try out these easy tips, courtesy of Petfinder, for your own litter box malodors.
With so many different kinds of cat litter on the market, and each claiming to be the best, it can be difficult to know what’s what and who to trust. That’s why we thought that this simple, educational breakdown of the different cat litters out there might be of some use to you.
Whether it’s a matter of life or death, or you simply want to have a closer relationship with your cat, training is a great way to spend some productive quality time together. Here are some ways to create the strongest bond and the most trust between you and your cat.
Sure, your cat loves you plenty, but sometimes it just wants to go play on stuff. You and your cat will love each other all the more if you get it some awesome play structures, especially if the alternative is your cat bouncing around and tearing up your furniture. Here is some of the best cat furniture on the market.
Bringing home a new cat can be a difficult period of adjustment. Small children are often less attuned to this acclimation process, and therefore are sometimes less patient with your new cat’s need for space, privacy and time to familiarize itself. Here are a few ways to acclimate your new cat to your kids.
You only need solutions when there’s a problem, and if you’ve got a problem with your cat using its litter box, then you’re going to need some good solutions and you’re going to need them fast. Here are some common tips on how to make both you and your kitty happy when it comes to where business is done.
If you’re expecting, then you’ve probably got quite a few things on your mind. If there’s one thing that you shouldn’t have to stress over, it’s making sure that your cat will be acclimated to the presence of a new member of the family. Here are a few easy ways to make sure that your cat and your baby get off on the right paw.
Your cat should be able to maintain its own hygiene with its own grooming. Cats are capable of using their tongues and teeth to clean and groom their coats as needed. Occasionally, however, your cat may find its way into something exceptionally dirty and you may need to give it a bath. Here are some tips for how to bathe your cat.