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Problem With Clumping Litter Sticking To Litter Pan

Discussion in 'Grooming & General Cat Care' started by Mocharuns, Jan 11, 2019.

  1. Mocharuns

    Mocharuns Thread Starter TCS Member Kitten

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    We use a clumping Liter called simply fresh, it is unscented. The problem is that our female cat pees at and down edges of her liter box so it is a struggle to get her pee out. I tried arm and hammer slide but did not like it and it did not work. I also tried oiling the sides of the liter pan. That worked great but only for a few days. I am not sure if I should get a new liter box so the sides of it are more smooth or if I ,need a thin metal scooper? Maybe different liter? Did anyone have this problem with their cats pee sticking to the box?
     

  2. Furballsmom

    Furballsmom TCS Member Top Cat

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    Hi!
    I had the sticky situation a little, and I'm like you, arm n hamner doesn't get the job done.

    You could try Dr elseys. I'm adding some of littermaid's walnut to it, oddly enough that seems to absorb the dust :)
     
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  3. abyeb

    abyeb Charlie's Purrson Staff Member Forum Helper

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  4. rubysmama

    rubysmama Forum Helper Staff Member Forum Helper

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    My Ruby's a pee-against-the-sides of the litter box pee-er too. And it doesn't matter how deep the litter is, it always sticks to the sides. :sigh:

    At first I tried smacking the side of the litter box to loosen the clump, but that just made the clump break up. So now I tip the litter box so the litter moves away from the side with the clump, then I use a paper towel to remove the clump. Sometimes it still crumbles a little, so I use another paper towel to scoop up the smaller pieces. Not a great solution, but it works.

    I also use litter box wipes to wipe down the sides of the litter box where the pee clumps stuck. I find the Petkin wipes the best.

    Litter Box Wipes (40ct) - Petkin
     

  5. FeebysOwner

    FeebysOwner TCS Member Top Cat

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    Feeby pees on the walls of the litter box, most often in the rounded corner closest to the front. It does not matter what litter I use, how high I pile it, whether or not the box corners are rounded or not, it sticks to the side - every time without fail. The best approach for me is exactly the same as what @rubysmama described above.
     
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