Cat Litter Tray
Choosing the best cat litter tray
Most cats learn to do their business outdoors. However, if your pet is an indoor cat or is confined to the home due to illness then you will require a littler tray. To ensure that your cat uses their tray, locate it well away from their food and water and in an area where they feel comfortable. If your cat doesn’t want to use their litter tray, then it is always worth trying a new location to see if that makes a difference.
At Time for Paws we have practical and affordable litter trays including styles designed to sit in the corners of the room. These can be a real boon when space is at a premium. Some cats prefer the privacy of a covered or hooded litter tray and these styles are also effective in minimising odours.
Our range also features a handy pail to store your soiled litter and helps to keep your home both hygienic and odour free. In addition, litter tray disinfectant is a great investment and will eliminate the bacteria which lead to nasty niffs.
Cats are naturally clean and fastidious animals and so rarely mess in the home. But sick or elderly cats may have the occasional accident. The Simple Solutions Stain and Odour Remover is a wise investment if your cat is messing in the home. This uses Pro-Bacteria™ and enzymes to break down the proteins in urine to eliminate both stains and odour from your carpets and upholstery.
Many cats require the provision of a litter tray at some point in their lives and at Time for Paws we offer the perfect solutions to provide your cat with everything they need and to keep your home smelling clean and fresh.