- Feb 24, 2021
I was worried if she is picky about it being clean as I heard it can affect some cats, hence why I just checked it every time I visited her. And it helps me figure out when she's pooping and peeing and keep a journal in case my vet needs more info.With only one Cat you shouldn't really need to clean the boxes more than once a day, but twice doesn't hurt.
Yeah, putting a box on an "oops" spot can help prevent them from going in the same spot again because it's covered over, but ideally you'd want to figure out what caused it so you can deal with it.
I figured she went in the tub due to the litter being pine pellets. After giving her both pellet and soft wood options, she has only used the soft wood litter and had no more accidents.
Oh no... I only bought it because I heard it's soft which cats who are picky about texture might like. I bought it online so not sure if I can return it. It's still unopened though. I can't know how she reacts to the litter until I actually see her use the box but twice now I've seen her on cam doing that rim balancing act with no poop or pee anywhere. I don't want to use clay litter anymore. My home cat has never cared about which litter I give him in 10 years so I'm being extra careful with new cat as I know most cats are not like my resident cat.I just want to say that sustainably yours litter is the devil. I swear it amplifies cat poop smell, sticks to cats fur, travels all over the house, and doesn’t stick to the poo or clump properly. I seriously had a break down while using it and my cameras showed my cats fretting in the box as they couldn’t cover any of their smell. It was the most awful litter experience I’ve ever had.