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Litter

When it comes to toileting, cats need somewhere to go! If you’ve got a cat that can access outside, they’ll usually do their business there, but if you have an inside cat or a new kitten that’s not allowed outside yet, then you’ll need a cat litter tray and cat litter.

A cat litter tray filled with cat litter satisfies your cat’s instinctive desire to hide their scent by allowing them to bury their waste. The most common cat litter is made from clay, with silica-based crystal cat litter also available. Crystal cat litter is a great option as it locks in any odour and absorbs moisture on contact – avoiding that cat pee smell. Crystal cat litter also lasts longer, and you can use a cat litter scooper to remove your kitty’s business. Litter tray liners make it easier to change the cat litter.

When it comes to choosing a cat litter tray it’s a good idea to get one with high sides, to prevent the cat litter from flying everywhere during digging and burying. If you have little children or dogs, then an enclosed cat litter tray is a good idea. It’ll stop the kitty litter and its contents from becoming rather unhygienic playthings! If your cat is always going to be an indoor pet, then go for an enclosed cat litter tray – it’ll give them privacy and will help manage the smell.

Finally, if you have more than one cat in the house, then you’ll need more than one cat litter tray. Having one each helps prevent any territorial issues that could lead to your cats toileting somewhere they shouldn’t!