Keep your home clean and odor-free.
Missing the cat litter box is one of the most common rebellions our feline companions use to express their displeasure, especially when they don't like the style of kitty potty you've provided for them. Owners who have ever dealt with waste soaking into their floors know how frustrating that can be. But finding a good litter box that your cat will use consistently can be a challenge. There is a wealth of options on the market, and the available choices just keep growing. Some bestselling cat litter box options feature lids that keep dusty, dirty kitty litter from spilling out onto the floor. Others come with sophisticated odor control mechanisms that will prevent your house from taking on that signature "these people have pets" smell. Still other choices are automatic or self-cleaning, so your kids can stop fighting over whose turn it is to scoop out the waste. It can take some trial and error to figure out which style your cat prefers. You may want to take into account how many cats you have in the home, your cat's agility or ability to climb into certain styles of box, where you intend to keep the waste station, and what kind of cat litter you plan to use. Many of these models are so affordable, you can even try a few with little risk.