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    How to Keep a Clean Cat Litter Box

    The joys of cat ownership come with one major downside – the litter box. While there is not much one can do to get away from this necessity, there are some things you can do to help keep your home odor free.

    • Litter choice – using a good quality clumping litter will not only help you during cleaning but will help trap odors. Know that some cats do not like heavily perfumed litter. Other litter varieties have surfaced recently; pine, wheat, and corn litters as well as crystal litters are available. Trial and error may be in order to determine which works best for you and your cat.
    • Keeping it clean – in addition to daily scooping, litter (even clumping litter) needs to be dumped periodically and the litter box needs to be scrubbed with bleach and water.
    • Keep it fresh – after scooping (between cleanings) remember to top off the litter with new litter. Not only will this keep the litter “fresh” for your cat, but also will keep odors down. A litter deodorizer can also help in-between scrubbings without covering-up the odor with a heavy scent. Remember that a cat’s nose is a sensitive organ.

    With a little effort on your part, your house can remain odor free.