Learn how to prevent tracking and keep your floors clean! Use a litter box with a built-in track pad: Some litter boxes, such as the Booda Clean Step, have built-in pads that trap litter as your cat exits. The award winning cat litter box that embraces form as well as function, works with your dcor and provide an unparalleled experience for your cat. Get a litter box with taller sides. If your cat keeps spreading litter outside the box, you can try providing a box with taller walls.
Even every other day sweeping isn’t sufficient to keep the litter at bay. Do you have a tip for how you keep all the litter in the kitty litter box? Isolate or contain the box. Some people have a spare bathroom and keep the litter box in the bathtub. If that’s not feasible, Catster recommends keeping the litter box inside a plastic baby pool, which would serve the same purpose as the bathtub; your cat can dig and fling with reckless abandon and the litter will stay contained. When your cat starts shunning their litter box in favor of other places throughout your home, it is definitely not something you want to become a habit. Address the issue quickly with these simple ways to help your cat stop peeing outside of the litter box.
You can get the best litter money can buy but if you put too much or too little in the box it can be a litter box aversion problem waiting to happen. Q: There have been several House Tours that had a hidden litter box of sorts. How are you able to keep your cat box clean and smelling fresh in an apartment that may be only 600 square feet? 500? 400?? It boggles my mind. RequestLPT Request: How to keep cat litter from getting all over your apartment. You will still have to sweap around the litter box, but it doesnt get dragged out all over the place.
Kitty Litter Is Driving Me Nuts!
Put on your cat detective hat and let’s think outside the box (and wish for inside)!. If your cat has suddenly stopped using the litter box ALWAYS rule out physical problems first. To start, consider your messy cat’s behavior and the type of litter box that suits her needs. There are many reasons to love the company of an indoor cat (the cuddles, the hijinks, the potential for posting silly pictures with even sillier captions on the Internet), but there’s no denying one serious downside: a stinky litter box. There’s little that’s more frustrating than having the neighbor’s cats using their yard as litter boxes. Here’s how to stop them without causing harm.