Our neurotic type cleans the bin every day. If this is too much for you, you should pick up the trash at least every other day. Of course, it depends on how many cats you have. The more cats you have, the more frequently you clean them. Although this is a dirty job, it really should be for the best interests of your cat.
If you find that your cat is scratching outside the trash can instead of scratching it ("What must the cat do to get you to clean the trash?"), this is the way he tells you that the trash is disgusting and he didn't "try" " Covering his stools means that his feet are dirty.
If you just cleaned the trash and he still continues to do so, it may be because the dirty or dirty memory in the box is bad, so unless you want a pet that eats at random, clean it up.
Some cats will "grab it" and urinate as much as possible to avoid stepping on dirty and dirty bins.
Your cat won't urinate two or three times a day, but will tighten and only go once a day.
This makes his urine thicker, which can clog crystals and urine, causing him to suffer from life-threatening cat urethral obstruction.
Cat's urethra may have stones, crystals or mucus blocked, making them unable to urinate.
This is not only painful, but it can also cause temporary kidney failure, electrolyte abnormalities, vomiting, lethargy, arrhythmia and death.
Therefore, in order to help prevent problems like this, even diseases like cat urinary tract disease or aseptic cystitis (for example, cat urinary tract disease or FLUTD), clean it up!
Another benefit of regular cleanup is that it can help you find medical problems earlier.
If your cat does not urinate, you will notice that there is no urine in the bin for two days. If your cat becomes a diabetic, he may make bigger and bigger clumps, and your entire litter box will become a huge clump after cleaning every week.
So, how are you jealous?
I realize that this sounds like a stupid question, but I am often shocked by how people mistakenly "squat".
Some customers told me that they would dump the entire trash can (and all those stacked garbage) every week.
Oops – no need!
The carbon footprint of you and your cat creates an overfilled landfill. This is not only expensive but also very wasteful.
Usually I will only completely empty and bleach the bin several times a year or so.
If you are not sure what the cat likes, use bushy trash, as research shows that cats like this type of trash most.
Next, keep an empty container (for example, a 5-pound bucket for cat litter), line up in a plastic bag, and use a spoon to pry out the urine and feces every day.
Pour the pellet directly into the empty container. Hey: You only need to pour the plastic bag once a week.
This makes it easy to lick, contains the smell of empty barrels, and saves some plastic bags, while making the spoon more convenient.
As cat litter boxes become more open, just add clean bush litter.