Just stick a small litter box in every corner, that's about as "trained" as most of them get . Naughty weezels.Thanks. I will add more activated charcoals to the litter. Now can anyone help me litter train my ferret
What brands of clumping litter have you used? Some of them stink bad. I use Arm&Hammer slide unscented. Does exactly what it says! Boxes are not covered. You cannot tell that I have 3 catsI’ve tried just about every products to keep the odor down a notch without any success. Bought horse pine pellets, baking soda, activated charcoal, horse stall refresher( zeolite granules) , extra strengh carpet odor eliminator for the litter box. Nothing worked except for the carpet odor eliminator but that only masked the smell.
I feed my cat dry food and Friskies cans. Do you think the food is the culprit? If so, please recommend food to keep the foul odor away thanks
It really is a commitment, even if you use a premixed supplement powder. The big reason I make food is because our cats like it so much and it also agrees with their odd guts. And, as cheesycats mentioned, it's not necessarily cheaper than canned foods.I didn't find raw or homecooked to be cheaper or easier than canned food. It's a real commitment.
Fresh step doesn’t work like that. If you are feeding something that’s doesn’t agree with your cats. Their poop stinks really bad. My cats have severe food allergies. Good litter doesn’t fix a diet that doesn’t agree with a cats stomach.I feed mine Fancy Feast, Friskies, and Iams. My litter boxes don't stink because I use Fresh Step litter. I'm using the lightweight now because I get twice as much as a single regular box. NOTHING stinks, and one of the litter pans is in the kitchen. Fresh Step is dusty and it tracks, but that's easier to put up with than the odor.