Tidy knows it’s important for cat owners to understand kitty’s litter box likes and dislikes. Read on for basic litter tips that will make your cat happy.
The style is up to kitty’s personality. A hooded version works well for cats who crave privacy, but it can leave others feeling boxed in. And take it from Tidy—you don’t want the litter (or its contents) to fly overboard, so go with a box with enough room for your cat to move around in. If you have a kitten, choose a box she can get into—and grow into—easily. Got a kitten? Tidy knows how to train her.
Simple math: one box per cat, plus one additional box. So, one cat, two boxes. Two cats, three boxes. You get the picture. Considering multiple cats? Check out Tidy’s Tips for introducing a new kitty to your current cat.
Potty time is a private affair for most cats (phew!), so pick a quiet place that’s free of chaos and obstacles. And make it easy on kitty—keep a box on every level of your home. Litter box placement is just the start; discover other ways to make your cat feel at home.
Tidy wants your cat to dig it. Definitely check the package for specifics, but about two to three inches for non-clumping and three to four inches of Tidy clumping litter will do the trick. Learn about Tidy’s LightWeight litter.
Tidy likes clean. Kitty likes clean. It’s a beautiful thing. So be sure to scoop waste daily and change the litter at least as often as the package suggests.
Change the litter at least as often as the package suggests. Bag the old litter and toss in the trash—don’t flush (even flushable types can wreak havoc on your plumbing), and don’t use as fertilizer (it’ll attract flies and other cats). Get the full story on the Dos and Don’ts of cat litter.