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Cleaning the cat’s litter box is a dirty job, but somebody has to do it.
According to veterinarians and animal behaviorists, cats can be fussy about where they do their business and if their plastic potty is too full, messy or smelly, they may decide to go outside the box on flooring, in the bathtub or some other place you’d rather they didn’t.
And who can blame them? Don’t you prefer to use clean, fresh-smelling restrooms over dirty, foul-smelling ones? Of course there is more than one way to clean your cat’s litter box and everybody has their own system.
If you’ve just adopted a cat or kitten and are new to the cat box cleaning routine or if you think your method could use a little tweaking, here are some helpful tips on how you can safely and effectively clean and maintain your kitty’s litter box:
If your cat is eliminating outside her litter box, consult your vet to rule out any health issues.