Even though many cats will use the same litter box wherever it is, only because they can reach it, other cats will complain unless their box is in a specific place. If you choose a good place to put the litter box, you will be less likely to find wet spots on your carpets or… Continue reading Choosing A Spot For Your Cat Litter Box
The fact that some cats refuse to use their litter boxes is the primary reason why these animals wind up in cages at animal shelters. Cat urine emits a very pungent aroma and getting this out of fabrics and off of hard surfaces is no easy feat. Moreover, cats are known to defecate behind furnishings… Continue reading Tips To Keep The Litter Box Clean
A lot of cats and kittens are quite eager to use their litter boxes. Several years ago, we had a litter of Siamese kittens and we filled a shoebox with litter and put this down for them to use – the kittens started using this with no problem when they were approximately four weeks old.… Continue reading Encouraging Your Cat To Use His Litter Box
Cats are nervous animals who are always on the alert. Fearful felines may act inappropriately in awkward or unknown situations, however, in the past, such behavior may have helped them to survive under threat. In a hostile environment, a small cat makes a tasty meal for a larger animal. Being adopted as popular domestic pets… Continue reading A Frightened Cat May Refuse To Go Near The Litter Box
Cat urine has a pungent, ammonia smell that’s absolutely unmistakable. Whether you have a cat that urinates wherever he or she wants or one that’s simply spraying as a way to mark territory, the results are always the same. This strong odor can have an impact on a very large portion of your living environment,… Continue reading Simple Tips For Cat Urine Removal
Living with a cat can be such a wonderful experience. When you know exactly how to take care of a cat, he can be happy and healthy throughout his life, which will contribute to a long life. This post will provide you some basic insights regarding how to properly take care of a cat.