Owning a cat is astonishing. You have a purring little animal sitting tight for you when you return home and there will never be a dark moment with a cat around. Dealing with them is really simple, as well; you feed them, ensure they have crisp water and that is it! Gracious, pause… the litter box!
A few people scoop the messy bits out of the litter box every day, while others do it less frequently. However, it doesn’t make a difference how frequently you do it; it usually smells! Nobody loves drifting over their pet’s litter box, and car pee had an extremely strong smell you won’t easily get rid of. If you tarry the scooping, it’ll just be more awful the following day. Fortunately, we have the solution for you! With this trick, you’ll never need to clean the litter box again.
It’s easier than what you may think; teaching your cat how to go to the latrine. Actually, you can even train it to flush! We can almost hear you thinking “yeah, right!”, but we’re serious! You can get your cat to go to the toilet during one or two weeks if you follow this preparation plan.
The first step is to put your cat’s litter box directly by the toilet for a couple of days.
Next, increment the stature of the litter box with several centimeters consistently by using books or boxes, for instance. Do this until the litter box is at similar tallness as the can.
When the litter box is at a similar stature as the can, the following step is to move it 2.5 cm to the side each day, moving it onto the can situate. Rehash this progression until the crate totally covers the latrine. Additionally, lessen the measure of litter you use each day until the layer is just 2.5 cm thick.
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