To be safe, ask your spouse, friend, or family member to clean your cat box during your pregnancy. Mike McFarland/The HSUS
Unfortunately, flushable or clumping cat litter and litter mats just won’t do the trick for you anymore and you just want something new, something automatic, something that will take care of the nasty business for you. And here’s where automatic and self-cleaning litter boxes come in handy.
Many cats have problems with adjusting to new litter boxes or trays and it may take a while for them to stop peeing or dumping . If your own kitty happens to be one of those cats, don’t deprive yourself from the convenience of getting a self-cleaning appliance just because you think your pet won’t start using the new item.
Cat with PetSafe Simply Clean Continuous-Clean Litter Box
A happy cat has a clean litter box.
Here at DoodyCalls, we believe every pet deserves a clean, fresh and healthy environment. That’s why we created the Complete Kitty Litter Box Service – a simple, convenient and affordable service for cat owners that keeps your furry loved one’s litter box clean, sanitized and fresh.What is the most daunting task in caring for your cat? For many cat owners, the answer is cleaning the litter box. It has to be done regularly because, if it isn’t, it can or . And don’t forget that litter box cleaning can also be hard. But does it have to be?If your cat uses one litter box to do his or her business, we will provide you with three. This way your cat will always have access to a litter box, even on the days we come to clean the dirty one – just rotate the fresh box in and the soiled box out. The third box is provided as backup for any emergency need that may arise.You don’t have to choose all of the above, and you probably won’t, but the more you are able to take into consideration for your cat’s litter box, the less daunting the task of scooping and cleaning will become.Litter box cleaning is the dirtiest job in cat care—no competition. Try these helpful tips to take the dread out of cleaning the litter box, so you can enjoy life—and your cat—more! If you've had cats for a long time and have been exposed to them for a long time, you've probably already been exposed to toxoplasmosis and will have built up an immunity to it. You're just as likely to get it from them stepping on you or the couch with their doodoo paws after being in the box as you are from cleaning it out. So basically you should be fine. When I want my DH to feel bad about not cleaning it often enough, I put on my gloves and such and go scoop it out. He gets upset that I did it and gripes at me for doing it. Then I guilt trip him for not doing it first :)