Written By: Sweety
Stay on top of scooping. Remove waste and clumps at least twice daily to prevent odors from building up and keep the box inviting for your feline friend.
Opt for odor-controlling litter. Clumping litters excel at odor control while baking soda-based or activated charcoal options can neutralize smells effectively.
Wash the box regularly. Empty, disinfect, and refill the box completely every 1-2 weeks to eliminate lingering bacteria and odors.
Find the right spot. Choose a well-ventilated area, away from high-traffic zones, food and water bowls, and direct sunlight to minimize odor spread.
Embrace natural solutions. Baking soda absorbs odors, while activated charcoal filters out smells. Sprinkle a small amount in the box to combat odors.
Covered boxes with ventilation or filters can trap odors, but ensure your cat feels comfortable using them.
Rule out medical concerns. If odors persist despite thorough cleaning, consult a veterinarian to rule out health issues like urinary tract infections.