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or litter box  (lĭt′ər-bŏks′)
A box or tray partly filled with an absorbent material such as granulated clay, used as a place for a housecat or other pet to urinate and defecate.
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To do this, you'll just have to hang out around the litter box at times when she often urinates.
The nonstick litter is formulated to make cleaning and keeping an odor-free litter box easy.
Make sure that the litter box is in a good location and away from the cat's food.
Her sand pile outdoors had frozen solid, and substituting ashes in her cat's litter box meant that her house would be covered with sooty paw prints.
Blocking any places your cats may have used outside the litter box and cleaning thoroughly may stop the habit.
She would bring one out a day to play; the rest stayed in the bedroom where they were fed and had a litter box to use.
From a narrow escape from a zombie apocalypse to a neglected cat litter box, these are hilarious short stories certain to delight many a chapter book and easy reader.
She's well socialized, interested in people and even litter box trained
Although she sometimes uses the paper by the litter box, she never uses the box.
Everyone who has a cat is looking for more effective ways to cope with litter box odor," says Mark Hughes, national sales and marketing manager.
London, July 3 ( ANI ): A common parasite that is found in the cat litter box may cause undetected brain changes in women that make them more prone to suicide, a new study has revealed.
Peeing outside the litter box is another symptom of diabetes.