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    Litter Box 101: How to Choose the Best Litter Boxes for Your Cats and Why You Need To


    When you first get a cat, your next stop is usually the pet store for kitty supplies. A litter box is always at the top of that list, but few people give much thought to the box itself. 

    Looking at them, you might think that any one box is about the same as any other. However not all litter boxes are created equal; more to the point, not all litter boxes are created equal for all cats.

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    Topics: Cat Behavior, Litter Box, Litterbox accidents, Going outside the litterbox, Recommended cat litter, Is a covered litterbox a good idea

    7 Ways to Reduce Litter Box Smell (and Messes)


    Your cat is the sweetest, most adoring, cutest love of your life… until they drop a land mine in their litter box that’s toxic enough to clear buildings and send villagers running for the hills.

    “A demon has awoken!” they shout into the night, running for safety and pinching their noses.

    If your cat’s litter boxes are always a little too… ripe… here are some simple tips and tricks to tame the smell.

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    Topics: Going outside the litterbox, Cat litterbox, Does cat litter cause asthma, Is a covered litterbox a good idea, Cat Litter, Potty Training

    Cat Litter & Asthma - Yours & Your Cat's


    If you have asthmatic cats, asthmatic kids, have asthma yourself, or simply have a cat this article is for you.

    Did you know that the type of cat litter you use can have a significant impact on the comfort and safety of those suffering with asthma?

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    Topics: Cat Health, cat health problem, cat health questions, cat health issues, Blog, Litterbox, Cat litterbox, Asthma in cats, Litterbox dust, Sodium bentonite cat litter, FAB, Clay litter dust, Feline allergic bronchitis, Low dust cat litter, Silica gel in cat litter, No-dust cat litter, Does cat litter cause asthma, Recommended cat litter, Silica dust, Is a covered litterbox a good idea, Cat Litter

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