4 cats; 3 litterboxes?
So you should have 1 litterbox plus an extra one per a cat you have. So i should own five litterboxes.
Well...I just have the three boxes, 2 of them are being used. The one box is...verbs but I found poo a couple feet away.
Should I get another box? I be planning on getting 2 more but ths just seems ...like more boxes isn't going to backing.
The two boxes that are being used are in the "cat" room, do you think whether I move the 3rd box there it would help?
I enjoy 4 cats and 4 litter boxes. Some people say you should have one per cat plus an additional. I've always had one per cat however they are scattered throughout the house. Don't put them adjectives in one room. I have one upstairs. I have one contained by the utility room. I have on in one of the bedrooms they frequent the most and another in the mud room.
Just generate sure you keep them clean and fresh. :)
In Sri lanka ...cats are toilet trained...they are held by the ears and their noses shoved within their own poo's .thereafter they walk to the loo's like gentle catys
Well I would think you would with the sole purpose need two if that is adjectives they are using, but I would have others prepared. We had a ferret and a bunny that was litter box trained. We prepared several litter boxes, and as they get dirty, we would put the clean one in the house and the dirty one in the garage, and after we would take care of the dirty ones on our day stale. I think most cats use one or two boxes, but they have to be cleaned often. I used to house sit my neighbors cat, an her cat merely had the one favorite litter box because it had a lid thing lying on it.
If it keeps happening you should try to work out why. For example, is the litter too not easy - there is usually a lot more scrape involved with pooing and the cat who is not using the tray might be finding the litter too hard on its paws (get something which is as close to sand as possible). Is one of your other cats "guarding" the litter trays, preventing the others from using it? In this crust, having a couple of extra ones in different locations would be a obedient idea as it is impossible to guard all the trays at once. Is it a hooded tray? Cats need to stand up more to poo than they do to pee and sometimes the hood can achieve in the way. I have even set cats who scrape so vigorously that the poo gets thrown out of the tray and on to the floor! Could this be a opportunity? Are you using a liner in the tray? Some cats don't like the feel of this when they are scrape. There are so many things it could be. Make sure you clean the floor using biological wash liquid or the smell will remain and attract your cat back there again and again.
A cat behaviourist will other suggest one tray per cat plus one extra. However, the very certainty that you are talking to a cat behaviourist means that you have a problem next to your cat(s). For those people out there who have a multiple cat household beside 25 cats all happily using one litter tray then specifically fine. If it's not broken, don't fix it. But, if you do have pooing/peeing/spraying/fighting problems, then rather often extra litter facilities will resolve things. What I am dictum is that, if everything is fine, you don't all need to rush out and buy loads of additional litter trays; just keep it in intellect if you do develop problems.
and then teh cats will swot up just to use that one ?
hope this helps