Recent Questions Tagged Cat-Litter-Reviews

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Cat litter boxes do not attract cockroaches as such. It is the dirty cat litter and some types of litter itself that attracts roaches to the litter box. The type of litter that you are using is a factor for roaches being attracted....
asked by Oberyn (150 points)
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If you have an outdoor-access cat that disappeared from a familiar location, then it makes no sense to put out dirty cat litter. If they are close enough to smell the litter, they are probably close enough that they already know their way home....
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Cat litter does attract predators like foxes and coyotes. It alerts them to your cat’s presence through the smell produced in their urine and droppings. This situation allows them to track your cat and makes them easy prey....
asked by Porschia (200 points)
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Recently I went to the store to buy another bag of Precious Cat Ultra, the litter I use in all 6 of our litter boxes. Unfortunately, they were out of the Ultra so I opted for the Cat Attract instead.......
asked by Jutte (540 points)
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The Type of Litter Most People Prefer So, your cat is most likely to prefer an unscented, fine particle, clumping clay litter. Fortunately, there is no shortage of those to choose from. And now that you’ve got an idea for what’s most likely to make your cat happy, you can consider the qualities in a litter that will keep you happy, too....
asked by Eleanor (200 points)
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asked by Enydd (300 points)
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Another alternative is to use potting soil as an emergency cat litter. It’s no secret that most outdoor cats use nature as their bathroom facilities. Using it indoors, however, is another matter. Soil is by far the messiest option....
asked by Chiron (680 points)
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However, cat litter is full of dust that is dangerous for humans and cats to breathe. In the wild, cats go to the bathroom in dirt and soil. You can replace your normal cat litter with potting soil and sand if you don't mind the mess the soil will track around your house....
asked by Tielar (420 points)
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For centuries, outdoor cats have already been using sand as the fortress for their hidden “treasures. ” When the situation calls for it, or if you simply prefer to be more economical, you can have your indoor cat use sand as litter....
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asked by Samia (350 points)
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Switching litters constantly could result in your cat not using the litter box. If your cat has previously been an outdoor cat and prefers dirt, you can keep them out of your houseplants by placing medium-sized rocks on top of the soil in the pots....
asked by Lorenco (460 points)
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The ammonia smell from cat urine can lead to respiratory problems in humans, such asthma and allergies. However, under normal conditions, when you are only dealing with a small area of spilled urine, the likelihood of it harming your respiratory system is minimal to non-existent....
asked by Jacketta (410 points)
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What Is a Healthy Cat Litter to Use? Dust. When you're choosing a healthy cat litter, consider the dust factor. As your cat digs and paws around in the box,. Clumping vs Non-clumping. Clumping litter makes cleaning up your kitty's messes a whole lot easier....
asked by Yvonne (310 points)
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Benefits Of Using A Non Clumping Cat Litter It's cheap. Non clumping cat litter products can be cheaper by at least 50 percent compared to their clumping. Dust control? . Non clumping litter is less dusty compared to clumping cat litter....
asked by Hawthorne (530 points)