Replacing a cat’s current litter with a new litter can go awry if it’s done in one fail swoop. Slow and gradual is usually the best approach to switching to a new type of litter because cats are creatures of habit and routine. This is true even when simply swapping one brand to another brand . . . → Read More: Switch It. Switch It Good. (Switching To A New Litter)
Choosing the best litter for your cats – and for your human family – is really important. However, what’s “best” is subjective. It depends on what the cats prefer to stand and dig in, and on what features of litter are most important to you.
If your cats show a clear preference for a certain . . . → Read More: Mo’ Better Choose (Types Of Litter)
I love most of the non-clay litters on the market these days. So many people who think that cat litter boxes are stinky base that on the smell of the perfumed, clay litter. My favorites are S’wheat Scoop (wheat) and World’s Best (corn). They clump really well and I think both of them smell like . . . → Read More: I Have A Litter Secret To Share (Cleaning Tips For Wood Pellet Cat Litter)
I admit it might sound strange to give a litter scoop as a gift… But hear me out.
I just bought something that would make a fabulous gift for cat lovers: the Litter Lifter scooper (www.litter-lifter.com). People on litter box duty will appreciate its features but they might not splurge on it – at around . . . → Read More: Santa’s Litter Helper: Litter Lifter Scooper (product review)
A lot of frustrations that people experience with their cats can be solved simply by moving the kitty supplies from one spot to another. Below are some of the location-related details I mention to people most often.
Most of us humans like to put dog and cat water dishes right next to food dishes, . . . → Read More: Location, Location, Location: A Critical Factor For Many Feline Functions