The best kitty litter box depends upon how many cats you have and the layout of your home. These factors will guide your decision-making process when purchasing a kitty litter box for your home. More »

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Declawed cats prefer soft litter, which is less harsh on their sensitive paws and easier for them to walk through. Although declawed cats may initially be trained to use a litter box, they might start using other soft su... More »

To litter train a kitten, place its litter box in an appropriate area, fill it with an unscented, soft litter, and take the kitten to the box several times a day. Keep the box thoroughly clean, and never punish the kitte... More »

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Some causes of a cat not using a litter box include behavioral problems, medical problems, a dirty litter box, changes in the type of litter used and too much litter in the litter box, according to WebMD. Cats who are no... More »

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Some highly-rated designer litter boxes include Omega Paw self-cleaning litter box, IRIS open-top litter box and Petmate Kitty Complete jumbo hooded litter pan. The Omega Paw self-cleaning box includes a patented grill t... More »

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A cat may defecate outside its litter box because the cat is stressed, the box is not clean enough or because the cat has an aversion to the box itself. Cats can be finicky about the size, location and form of the box, a... More »

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Automatic litter boxes are self-cleaning, allowing pet owners the freedom to leave the box untended for a few weeks at a time. Models such as the ScoopFree Automatic Self-Cleaning Litter Box use disposable litter trays s... More »

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