Thinking Outside The Box

How to train a kitten to the tray? Now you have a kitten and with it the question of how to train a kitten to the toilet. In the guide by Mike Whyte, you will discover a unique method of using the bark to teach your cat to write where you want. Try to pick up the tray, the right size, if the kitten is a large breed, you should select his toilet more.

If you will be using a filler, choose the tray with high sides (or better still slightly curved edges and inside) so the pet will not spill filler when raking in the tray. Also, there is a popular toilet home for cats. It is convenient that the filler is not scattered around the tray.

Most importantly, for the kitten, the toilet right size and the pet was in it comfortably. Tray with a lattice is used in cases when the kitten is accustomed to going to the toilet is no filler. Benefits consist of savings in a vehicle, convenience, and ease of cleaning. But, unfortunately, there are also disadvantages. These trays firstly will not kill the smell when the cat went to the toilet (a filler just performs this function).

A second tray with time itself begins to accumulate odor. These trays need to be changed frequently. While a kitten is little (one year), there is practically no odor, but with age, and production of the hormone, which has a peculiar odor resistant at puberty cats. Breeders still recommended using trays with a filler. No smell, it is hygienic, clean, practical. And the cat is by nature very clean animals, and aspire to rake and get rid of the smell. Our task is to help them.

Thinking Outside The Box by Mike Whyte

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