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    • trinidadone
    • By trinidadone 27th May 19, 12:22 AM
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    Cat Litter tray - how freq do you change it?
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    • 27th May 19, 12:22 AM
    Cat Litter tray - how freq do you change it? 27th May 19 at 12:22 AM
    I have a litter tray and daily i try to pic out the solids, and turn the litter over to soak up the urine, but i was wondering, how freq do you change the litter in the litter tray?
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    • ben501
    • By ben501 9th Oct 19, 3:09 PM
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    keep using it?!
    Originally posted by GreenQueen

    I'd like to see them try. Once filled with plants I use it for a window box on the front of the house, and the cats can't get out there. (and happily they are very reluctant to venture out the front on the few occasions opportunity arises when I leave the front door open)#
    No doubt next year when I take it down they will re-christen it, unless I remember to store it out of their reach.
    • calicocat
    • By calicocat 11th Oct 19, 10:36 PM
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    My cat only uses indoor litter.
    She has ultra clumping litter so I can pick everything out daily.

    I donít change the whole thing every week as I am picking it all out, I deep clean it every month if iím honest. Surely thatís the point of clumping litter.

    I donít have bad smells and litter is always free of soils and free moving for next use.

    I find the more litter you have in, the less mess you get. I keep it topped up to the hilt at all times so the actual tray never gets messy or dirty other than odd accident.
    Yep...still at it, working out how to retire early........ Going to have to rethink that scenario as have been screwed over by the company. A work in progress.
    • rita-rabbit
    • By rita-rabbit 15th Oct 19, 9:57 AM
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    exactly
    My cat only uses indoor litter.
    She has ultra clumping litter so I can pick everything out daily.

    I donít change the whole thing every week as I am picking it all out, I deep clean it every month if iím honest. Surely thatís the point of clumping litter.

    I donít have bad smells and litter is always free of soils and free moving for next use.

    I find the more litter you have in, the less mess you get. I keep it topped up to the hilt at all times so the actual tray never gets messy or dirty other than odd accident.
    Originally posted by calicocat
    My cats is only changed when I think it's needed: rarely. Solids & clumps removed daily & topped up with fresh.
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