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Caring for Your Cats
Urinating and defecating outside of the litter box, also known as “inappropriate elimination,” is one of the most common reasons for a cat to be relinquished to a shelter or, in some cases, abused. Sadly, in most cases it is the fault of the human in charge of the litter box duties making this an ‘appropriate elimination’ issue because who would want to walk in their own urine and feces?
The “fault” usually involves a dirty box or one that is too small and it is perfectly ‘appropriate’ for a cat to seek out a cleaner place to do his or her elimination. Wouldn’t you consider doing the same thing if you were not offered a clean bathroom?
Introducing Petmate Litter Pan Liners:
Petmate Litter Pan Liners, disposable plastic liners, make cleanup a snap. Spread liner over litter pan so that it overhangs rim on all sides. Press center of liner down to bottom of pan, and smooth outward. Fill the pan and liner with litter according to package directions. Sift out solid waste daily. To remove litter simply lift the liner from all sides, gather above pan and tie.
Jumbo – 93.3cm x 48.3cm