by Karen Bates
(last updated July 4, 2016)
Cats are pets that are well known for their cleanliness. Even though they are good at taking care of themselves, however, sometimes their owners need to clean up after them.
If you are a cat owner or are thinking about getting a cat, you have to know how to properly clean a litter box. It is fortunate that cats can be trained to use the bathroom in only one spot, but you still need to clean the litter often to ensure your cat stays healthy and to prevent unpleasant odors. Plus, if the litter box is left uncleaned for too long, there is a good chance that your cat will get disgusted as well and stop using it. If this occurs, you might be unhappy to find that your cat chooses to do its business in other parts of the house instead. This situation would only mean more cleaning for you in the end, so it's important that you stay on top of the task and keep the litter clean.
Cleaning cat litter is a fairly easy task that can be completed in just a few minutes or less. When considering cleaning a litter box, keep these ideas in mind:
Remember that if you have more than one cat, you will need to clean the box more often. It can also help to have more than one litter box in your home.
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