cat litter

Let Your Cats Enjoy The Air Conditioning

December 27, 2017

No matter what kind of pets you have – cats, dogs, horses, lizards or even hamsters – you need to take their comfort into consideration as summer barrels down upon us, bringing unbearable heat and humidity.

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The Death Of A Pet And Regrets

August 19, 2010

Yesterday evening I had to endure one of the most painful predicaments pet owners will ever encounter. It’s never easy to say goodbye to a loved cat, however it brought everything into perspective for me personally and my family.

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Arguments Of Why You Ought To Make Use Of Silica Gel Cat Litter For The Pet

June 26, 2010

With so many different options available when it comes to cat litter, choosing the right one can be difficult. However, the type you choose is rather important as you want something that has been proven to work on numerous occasions. If you are not already using flushable cat litter then the following are some of the reasons as to why you should.

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The Best Ways To Kitty Litter Train Your Cat

May 24, 2010

One of the most daunting tasks that you have being a cat owner is kitty litter training them. You would not want them to soil your bed sheets or even wet your favorite furniture. In kitty litter training your pet cat, it is important to start off whilst they are young kittens and they will definitely carry this habit as they grow.

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Pine Away Your Cat’s Litter

May 10, 2010

Pet cats are house-trained to use a litter box when they are unable to go outdoors to relieve themselves. The litter box is bedded with a material to catch the cat’s urine and feces. This is called cat litter in short. The cat litter in general use is very much like clay and is called clumping. Cats get used to this very easily and quickly because that’s their natural habit. There is one drawback in the use of litter boxes and traditional clumping – the odor from the litter box is nauseating! Till the owner doesn’t remove the cat litter, the odor just won’t go away. But help is at hand in the form of a brand new type of cat litter – pine cat litter. This litter is made up of pine pellets which absorb moisture and trap the cat’s solid waste. The natural odor of pine is very refreshing and it masks that of the cat’s droppings.

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