Setting up a cat litter box in your house presents a lot of options. Here are some most popular types of cat litter and the benefits of each. 

Non Clumping Clay Litter - This absorbs some of the moisture.

Clumping Clay Litter - Clumping clay litter is generally a clay based litter that clumps into a ball when wet so you can easily lift the ball of wet litter out of the litter pan and dispose of it. It also sticks to the poo so you have the same scenario. This all cuts down on the amount of litter that you use.

Crystal Litter - Crystal cat litter dissolves when water touches it and releases a nice smell meaning you don’t have to clean up straight away. The moisture in your cat's poo also slightly dissolves it and releases the...

Choosing the best cat litter for your cat can be a difficult choice simply because there are so many options available. Clumping cat litters have become widely available and very popular, but non-clumping cat litters are still commonly used, too. Let’s look at some of the pros and cons of each litter type.

Non-Clumping Cat Litter
Some of the first commercially available cat litters were of the non-clumping type.
Why? Non-clumping cat litter is good at removing odours associated with cat urine because it has the ability to absorb relatively large volumes of urine. While there are non-scented litters available, some non-clumping litters also have additional additives, such as baking soda or charcoal, which are designed to help...

Our feline friends have a reputation for being quite particular; so when it comes to cat litter and litter training it can be hard to know where to begin. This post will help you choose the right litter for you and your cat, with some helpful tips and advice on how to successfully litter train your cat.

clumping litter

How to choose a cat litter:
Your cat will not be shy in letting you know if you’ve picked the wrong cat litter, so choosing one that best suits them is key. Litters can be ‘clumping’ or ‘non-clumping,’ ranging from silica to wood. The choice of products can be overwhelming for even experienced cat owners, but by choosing the right one you will be making your cat much happier.

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The scoop on solving
Cats are naturally clean animals that are very particular about their toileting habits. So, how do you deal with a feline that starts toileting inside or spraying around the house? 

Inappropriate toileting
There are many reasons why cats toilet inside the house. Your feline could be suffering from a bladder or bowel infection and may also associate use of the litter tray with pain even after the infection has been treated. Your cat may also toilet inside if it’s frightened to go outside and has no litter tray inside. Other cats in the household may be preventing access to the litter tray or the tray might be too difficult for an elderly cat to climb into. Alternatively, the litter box may not be clean enough or...