May 1, 2007 - Next, train your cat to acclimate to a toilet seat
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Do you wish there was a way to own a cat without the mess and hassle of the litter box? With the Doogies Litter Kwitter 3-Step Cat Toilet Training System, your wish can become reality!
The cat Litter Kwitter toilet training starts with the use of the red litter pan/disc placed on top of the white seat base. The Litter Kwitter training seat is constructed of tough plastic material-much like that of a hard hat worn by firemen. No matter how much Fluffy weighs, the seat will not crack, bend or move in any way. This ensures the seat is nice and stable and doesn't spook your cat while in training.
The white training seat and red starter disc start out on the floor next to whatever toilet you want your cat to use. The starter seat helps your cat to get used to jumping up onto a seat when he goes to do his business (the red disc is filled with litter). Once your cat has adjusted to the Litter Kwitter seat, you move the entire ensemble to the top of the rim of the toilet. This will then help get your cat used to jumping up onto the actual toilet. Each time your cat has comfortably adjusted to a training level, you move on to the next phase, changing out the colored discs and slowly eliminating the use of the kitty litter. Through the Litter Kwitter's three-step training system, your kitty will eventually learn to use nothing but the regular toilet to do its business!
The Litter Kwitter Cat Toilet System comes complete with three colored training discs-red, amber and green-that are designed to fit all standard sized toilet rims. The cat toilet training kit also includes a comprehensive guide with complete training instructions, along with a convenient cat toilet training DVD so you can "see" just how it's done.
With a little patience and allowing your cat time to adjust, you can have your feline toilet trained in as little as 8 weeks!
Cats with physical disabilities and/or injuries may not find jumping up and balancing on a toilet seat a comfortable thing to do. Elderly cats may simply find this activity beyond their ability, and young kittens may need to develop more coordination before any training attempts are made.
A cat toilet training seat that trains your cat to use the toilet
Place a cat trainer liner under the toilet seat.
As with most things, reactions vary. Some cats just stop digging and don't seem to miss it; some will scrape at the toilet seat a bit before or after, almost as if for form's sake. Misha feels compelled to try to dig a hole in the toilet water before he uses it but otherwise adjusted very well. And there are some cats who are so stuck on litter that they don't ever take to toilet-training at all.Training consists of placing a training seat on your toilet filled with a small amount of litter. After your cat has adapted you will cut a small hole in the center of the training seat and gradually make the hole larger and larger until it's completely open to the toilet. When this is complete your cat will have completely adapted to using the toilet and you will no longer need the training seat.