Dog Walk Essentials: What You Need For Your Dog’s Next Adventure
Heading out the door to take your furry friend on…
There is an unbelievable number of people who look at cleaning the litter box as the most disgusting chore. Well, we can’t really blame them, it isn’t exactly anyone’s favorite task to do.
Before we dive into this article, we must disclose toilet training is not for every cat. There could be behavioral or medical issues which prevent your cat from being able to safely perform this task.
If your cat has problems using the litter box or is under six months old, for example, this is not recommended. If your cat is skittish, it’s not exactly the best activity either. Cats who are anxious prefer to ‘hide’ their scents themselves and ‘cover up the evidence.’
If your cat is healthy, full-grown, uses the litter box well, and has an outgoing personality, you may be able to teach her how to use the litter box step-by-step.
It’s important to remember your cat may backtrack or move forward faster than you expect. Some cats adjust well and others don’t. Some cats are also more stubborn than others and simply want things to stay the way they are.
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