Although cats have been kept domestically as pets since the early Egyptians, it wasn't until the late 1940s that commercial cat litter came to be. Prior to that people either let their cats outside t...
In Part 1 we covered the history of cat litter and some general points to consider when choosing a litter type. In Part 2 we will begin our coverage of litter types starting with clay cat litter.Clay ...
Does your cat track litter everywhere, including your couch or bed or kitchen? Keep litter where it belongs - in the litter box - with these helpful hints.Crystal-type Litter: Crystal-type litter, s...
Cat box fillers made from absorbent clay account for approximately 95% of all cat litter. Although inexpensive, clay litter can be dusty and may encourage digging in the litter box releasing even mor...
There are many different types of litter boxes, but perhaps the most practical type is the disposable cat litter box. The adaptability of a disposable box is proven by enabling even you to easily con...
Cat owners would readily attest to the joys of pet ownership. But when it comes to the litter box, there is little joy. Luckily there is one solution that will have you spending less time bending ove...
Cat litter mats are becoming as necessary as cat litter boxes, especially for homeowners who keep cats indoors at all times.For people, mats are used as hygienic materials that wipe off unwanted dirt ...
Before the latter half of the 1900's, cat litter boxes are filled with sand, soil, and plant shavings. But the obvious tiresome task of cleaning litter boxes using these materials had resulted into mu...
<p>Americans love cats. In fact, these regal creatures have invaded millions of homes across the country and currently number about 60 million. You've probably heard that people don't choose c...
Cat litter has definitely provided a lot of pet and homeowners with so much convenience. Before cat lovers had to put up with the unbearable stench of cat urine and feces but thanks to cat litter, Pus...