If my cat pees on the corner, instead of clumping into easily scoopable clumps, it sticks to the litter box into clay like substance and it's very hard to get it off, I have to pick at it multiple times to scrape it off.
It smells like toxic chemical I'm worried about my cat's health, though it's good that it prevents odor very well.
Should I start using the cheap Tractor Supply pine pellets instead? (Tractor Supply Pine Pellet Stall Bedding, 40 lb. at Tractor Supply Co.)
This is the direction to installing UV films.
It says to put the UV film on a table and then spray it with soapy water. It says dishwasher soap. Another video I watched said baby shampoo would work as well, I think. However I'm not sure if I can put that on the table, as I have a lot of things...
Could it make them vomit?
What about the smell of scented trash bags (I found the chemical scent to be too strong, so I thought it may induce vomit for a cat)?
What about the smell of smoke from burning fish (for example cooked in the oven)?
Can all these things make cat vomit?
I sprayed some Lysol, not knowing it's bad for the cat, and I'm trying to get rid of the Lysol. I rubbed wet tissue into the carpet but it didn't work, I rubbed wet towel with a little soap (Irish Spring) on it too. Is there a better way?
I was thinking buying a trash can with a lid so that the smell doesn't come out.
Currently, after scooping the doo and pee clumps into a bag, I immediately go out and put it in the dumpster, which isn't too far but far enough that I would save a trip if I can. (I live in an apartment complex)...