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Train Your Cat To Use Toilet

You love your cat, the way she sits in your lap and purrs, her silly little tricks, and the unconditional love that she has for you. Cleaning her litter, well, that’s something else again. No one likes cleaning a dirty smelly litter box. The litter box can present a health risk, especially to pregnant women, and it stinks. Litter is expensive and presents an environmental hazard. You don’t have to be a professional animal trainer to train your cat to use toilet.

With the right techniques, anyone can do it. Potty training your cat eliminates a dirty job, a health hazard, and banishes the smelly litter box forever. Professional trainers suggest the following method for training your cat.

The Litter Box

The first thing to do is to move the litter box to your bathroom one day at a time in two inch increments. You can train a cat to use the toilet, but it is a step by step process. Next, you will want to place the box up so that it is higher. Try using telephone books or cement blocks for this purpose. Do this until the litter box is at the same level as the toilet itself. Each time you increase the height of the litter box, be sure to remove some of the litter. Be sure to secure the box to the base you are building.

After the litter box has been raised even with the height of the toilet, move it closer to the toilet by increments, a little at a time. You are trying to get the cat to understand that the toilet is a litter box. Moving the litter box as close to the toilet as possible will help. Keep using smaller and smaller amounts of litter each day so the cat becomes accustomed to not having much litter. When you reach a point where there is less than an inch of litter in the box, you can stop redu! cing the amount.

Replace the Box

You can train a cat to use the toilet if you can teach the cat that the toilet is where he or she should be when it comes time to use the bathroom. Thus, you now need to replace the litter box with a training box. To do this, lift the toilet’s seat and secure an aluminium pan to the edges. Next, put the seat back down so that the pan is secure. Add flushable litter to the mix. You may need to use industrial strength tape to keep the pan from moving when the cat sits in the device.

For the final step in toilet training your cat, cut a small hole in the bottom of the pan. If you have a kitty training aid, it may have pieces that can be removed so you won’t have to cut a hole. Gradually enlarge the size of the hole a little at a time.. As you enlarge the hole, the cat will get used to not having litter in the pan. When the hole is nearly as large as the opening of the toilet, you can remove the pan.

Learning of to train your cat to use toilet is mostly an investment of your time and patience. The investment is worth it and you don’t have to deal with litter boxes again. Now, if you could only potty train the dog.

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Train Your Cat To Use Toilet

Train Your Cat To Use Toilet

coolkarma.com FREE and EASY. Everything you need to know to toilet train your own cat at home. No fancy gadgets or programs to purchase. It was so easy to do on our own that we wanted to share our success story. Provided by coolkarma.com From CoolKarma website: This video is provided for information purposes only, with no claims that the training recommendations are appropriate for your particular circumstances. We assume no responsibility for consequences resulting from the use of, or in any respect, for the content of our information.

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