Cat Litter Box Medium Tray. Framed Sifting Litter Pan provided added height and reduced litter spills, easy to clean and strong
I love you! My cat was peeing EVERYWHERE. I tried a million different cat litters assuming this was the reason. She hated them. I didn’t think her preference for spoiling my sons rice play box (sand box with rice) would help me train her to potty in the litter pan. I filled the pan with an inch of rice and she hopped in an peed immediately. We will be switching to crystals tomorrow. I had forgotten about crystals which are similAr to the rice texture. Brilliant!
Last, you can up the ante for any litter box issues by being ready with treats when the cat successfully uses the box. Eva’s litter box was located in the bathroom, so I kept some high value treats in the bathroom ready to go. If I heard her using the box, I would sit and wait quietly with the treats ready in my hand. After she used the box successfully and stepped out of the box, I would immediately give her a treat. I think this sealed the deal for the princess. Eva has now gone over a year with absolutely no inappropriate elimination of any kind!
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Does your cat prefer a covered or uncovered litter box? That is the question veterinary researchers from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine examined in a study published in the April 2013 issue of the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery. The answers they found may surprise you.If your cat begins to go to the bathroom outside the litter box, your first call should always be to your veterinarian. Many medical conditions can cause a change in a cat's litter box habits. If your veterinarian examines your cat and gives them a clean bill of health, your cat may have a behavior problem that needs to be solved. At least 10% of all cats develop elimination problems. Some stop using the box altogether. Some only use their boxes for urination or defecation but not for both. Still others eliminate both in and out of their boxes. Elimination problems can develop as a result of conflict between multiple cats in a home, as a result of a dislike for the litter-box type or the litter itself, as a result of a past medical condition, or as a result of the cat deciding she doesn’t like the location or placement of the litter box.
Once a cat avoids her litter box for whatever reason, her avoidance can become a chronic problem because the cat can develop a surface or location preference for elimination—and this preference might be to your living room rug or your favorite easy chair. The best approach to dealing with these problems is to prevent them before they happen by making your cat’s litter boxes as cat-friendly as possible. See our common litter-box management issues below, and our ways to make litter boxes cat-friendly. It is also important that you pay close attention to your cat’s elimination habits so that you can identify problems in the making. If your cat does eliminate outside her box, you must act quickly to resolve the problem before she develops a strong preference for eliminating on an unacceptable surface or in an unacceptable area.If your cat frequently enters her litter box and seems to produce only small amounts of urine, she may have a urinary tract infection. See a veterinarian to rule out this possible medical problem.