Cat box question

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      Blimey. I’ve been changing ours every day. No wonder the cat litter bill was

      so high…and the bin so heavy!! Is this what you’re meant to do….scoop the

      poop and top up? Doh!! My cats (5) can smelly poo for England…champions

      they are:o)) lol What do you do for the smell? We have the covered litters

      but it still oinks sometimes.

      My mum has just one cat and she shreds newspapers for him to use..in little

      rectangular pieces. She does it while watching tv. She has never used anything

      else. Have to say..it doesn’t smell at all..but I can’t get my hands on enough

      newspapers to do that for mine for it to be cheaper than buying litter.

      M

      — On Wed, 13/8/08, dawnhodous <dawnhodous@yahoo.com> wrote:

      > From: dawnhodous <dawnhodous@yahoo.com>

      > Subject: Budget101.com : Re: Cat box question

      > To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

      > Date: Wednesday, 13 August, 2008, 7:45 PM

      > Just about every week or so I will completely change our

      > litter.

      > While during every time i scoop i will add just a little to

      > keep it

      > fresh. Enjoy your new kitty:)

      >

      > — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com,

      > “lisa196622193”

      > wrote:

      > >

      > > The litter I use is called “Yesterday’s

      > News” (recycled newspaper

      > > pellets), per my vet’s recommendation. My male

      > cat has urinary

      > > problems. We go through a lot of litter. It’s

      > not clumping

      > litter,

      > > so we have to dump everything out twice a week.

      > It’s pricey stuff,

      > > over $6 a bag. We have to buy a bag (sometimes two

      > bags) every

      > > Saturday when we go grocery shopping.

      > >

      > > Lisa

      > >

      > > — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com,

      > “apiamama” wrote:

      > > >

      > > > I am a long time cat owner (outside cats only)

      > that has recently

      > > gotten

      > > > a new indoor only kitty (the only kind I’ll

      > ever have again for

      > > obvious

      > > > cat health/safety reasons).

      > > >

      > > > We are using a clumping litter and I am removing

      > solids on a

      > > regular

      > > > basis. My question to you long time indoor kitty

      > owners is this:

      > > Do you

      > > > ever dump the whole box and start over with fresh

      > litter?

      > > >

      > > > Or do you just sift and add more fresh litter as

      > needed to keep

      > > the

      > > > litter at a “cover-able” level for your

      > kitties? We have not had

      > > any

      > > > problems (no odor), but the box has loose litter

      > in it now from a

      > > month

      > > > or more ago and I was wondering how long it was

      > “good”…

      > > >

      > > > Thanks!

      > > >

      > > > Lisa G.

      > > >

      > >

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