Keeping Your Cat’s Litter Box Odor FreePosted on January 19th, 2012
If you can smell your cat’s litter box, it is very overdue for a cleaning and has already been noticeable to your cat for some time.
Just like you wouldn’t like to use a bathroom where a toilet hasn’t been flushed for days, your cat does not enjoy doing his business somewhere the smell is overpowering. This can lead to the problem of your cat going to the bathroom outside his litter box because the odor in his litter box is overpowering.
A cat’s sense of smell is much more sensitive than ours. They can sense 200 million odors so you can imagine how critical it is to keep their litter box odor free. Get in the habit of scooping your cat box at least once a day – it will hardly take any time to do and you wont ever have to face a really dirty box. Each day it is a good idea to sprinkle Earth Care’s Cat Urine Odor Eliminator after every scooping as well.
Completely emptying your cat box and cleaning it out with soap and water is a good idea to do every two weeks. It is impossible to get every bit of soiled litter out of the box by simply scooping so ensuring the litter is completely dumped on a regular basis will keep your cat and his nose – along with yours – happy. Before you fill the clean litter box with litter, sprinkle Earth Care’s Cat Urine Odor Eliminator at the bottom of the box. This will help to provide an extra layer of odor elimination.Pet Safety, Product Use, Where to purchase? ammonia, cat, cat urine, litter box, odor, odor eliminator, urine
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