Have you ever walked in on your cats rolling in the litter box? Good news: You’re not alone. Cat parents all around the world have caught themselves wondering, “Why do cats roll in litter?” For many parents, that question remains unanswered.
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Your cat is no doubt the perfect pet in your eyes, but there are certain things you need to deal with as a cat owner that may not be so perfect. From your cat scratching up your belongings to needing toclean a smellylitter box, there are somecommon cat problems that are just part of being a cat owner.
As a cat parent, you’ve probably found tiny granules scattered around your cat’s litter box. Step in them and they’ll stick to your feet, traveling even farther from where Fluffy does her business. Litter box scatter might end up in your shoes or even in your bed - gross!
People aren't the only ones who experience annoying allergies. Our feline friends can also be allergic to things in their environment like food, fabrics, and cigarette smoke. They can even be allergic to cat litter.
As cat owners, you know that sometimes your kitty finds the carpet to be a more appealing place than the cat’s litter box to take care of his business. But have you ever wondered why? Getting to the root of the issue can help you solve this frustrating problem.
As a new cat owner, you might be wondering how often should I change cat litter. You don't want to be wasteful and change it too often, but you don't want to leave it too long and be left with an unsavory reminder or an unhealthy environment for your cat.