How To Teach A Cat To Use A Litter Tray - YouTube
Indoor cats, of course, need litter trays. There are ways to keep these clean to reduce nose and eye sores. Even if your pet goes outside, providing a tray in the house so that your pet doesn’t use the lawn makes your garden a safer place to play for children and a nicer place to be for everyone.
What’s this I see? A little green ceramic dish on the edge of the basin. I mentioned it to my other half two weeks ago, and it’s still there, where anyone could easily elbow it off when reaching for a toothbrush, sending it crashing down onto the floor tiles. Or, God forbid, the hurtling ramekin dish (for that is what it is) could concuss the cat as she crouches in her litter tray.
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