This may be the biggest source of cat smell in your home, so turn your attention here first.
Scoop the litter boxes daily, if not more often. And, of course, get the waste out of your house! You might consider using a product like the Litter Genie, which stores scooped cat waste in plastic bags inside an airtight container until you’re ready to go to the garbage.
Use unscented litter. Like air fresheners, scented litters only “mask” smells. Plus, lots of cats are turned off by scented litters and may choose another location for bathroom purposes. That will definitely make your house stink!
Sprinkle baking soda in the bottom of the litter box. Many people swear by this method to help minimize odors.
Change the litter frequently. Experts recommend a couple of times a month. Also, each time you change the litter, wash out the box with mild soap and water.
And don’t forget to replace boxes completely once a year. No matter how well you wash them, over time, plastic boxes can trap bacteria and begin to smell.
When it comes to squeezing into tiny apartments, Sydneysiders are certainly at making it work. But cohabitating with your feline friend in tiny digs certainly sets a challenge, thanks to cumbersome, ugly and stinky litter boxes. The versions at D&C Lifestyle are stylishly suited for small spaces. There's a range of choices from the Cat Condo, a complete self contained apartment for cats thru to the Modko FLIP or the sensationally uber MODKAT.
We have had lots of enquiries from New Zealand. D & C Lifestyle distribute throughout Australia and New Zealand. Our postage to New Zealand (depending upon location) is approx $60 AUS.
Both the Hepper and Modko products have proved popular and we are proud to represent these fabulous products across the ditch.
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