Today is the 3rd anniversary that my litter cutie -- Baozi, officially became my family member. He witnessed my business growth and career development in pet industry all along the way. My students once asked, why not write a blog for him? Couldn't agree more.
When we first bring our cat home, everything else can be prepared later, but the litter and litter box must be ready in advance. It is a required course for every pet owner to decide which cat litter to choose. If you google cat litter, common questions you'll find is what kind of litter is best, which cat litter smells the least, lasts the longest… Many pet owners focus most on moderate price, strong deodorant ability, low dust, large enough granules to prevent tracking far from the box, hard clumping and easy cleaning. However, that is a lot to ask for from a single litter. If we frequently change cat litter just hoping to find one which can satisfy all the requirements, it may make our cat uncomfortable and even refuse to use litter box. So if you are wondering “ which cat litter is best?” It is more like deciding between different types of cat litter and finding a right one for your cat.
If you are wondering “Why is my cat eating cat litter?” This article will provide some common answers, ranging from harmless curiosity to potential illness. We will also take a look at some potential solutions to stop our feline from eating cat litter and back to their normal behavior.
I’ve expected some inspiring or thought-provoking topics and queries during the past week as we’ve just had the earth day. But the hot topics for cat and cat litter on google search turn out to be a little funny – except for “odor control” and “absorption”, there is a worldwide search interest for “why is my cat not using the litter box”, “why is my cat peeing on everything except for the litter box”. Actually, this also happens a lot in my cat café as we have over 30 cats and it’s almost impossible to let them each have one litter box. The reasons for our cat urinating inappropriately can be medical or behavioral. Here are some potential solutions to help our adorable furball use the litter box again.
1. Natural and non-toxicTofu cat litter is made of natural materials such as pea residue, corn starch and edible guar gum. It is safe and non-toxic. The natural bean flavor is easily accepted by cats. For cats with gastrointestinal problems, tofu litter is good choice.
As a cat owner, choosing the right litter for your furry friend can be a daunting task. With so many options available in the market, it can be overwhelming to decide which one to go for. However, if you're looking for a premium litter that provides excellent odor control and easy maintenance, ball-shaped bentonite cat litter is the way to go. In this article, we'll guide you through the process of choosing the best ball-shaped bentonite cat litter for your feline.