Some cats may require an adjustment period to get used to a new litter box. Here are a few tips to help with the transition.
Animals learn by association , so you’ll need to adapt what your cat is peeing on now to the litter box in small, slow steps. If at any time your pet goes backwards a few steps, this is an indication you're pushing him/her too far too fast. Slow it down or even back up a stage or two, then try again, but at a slightly slower pace. Your pet only wants to make you happy, so continual praise and reward is the key!
If your cat is peeing on an object such as a small area rug or box:
If your cat is peeing in a specific spot such as a corner or wall:
3-in-1 Litter is made from all natural mineral that is inert and 100% safe, even if your cat accidently eats it. It contains no Bentonite, Erionite, or unbounded Silica.
Clay cat litters turn to a cement-type paste after disposal and are a major concern for landfills. Other “natural litters” are made from food sources or forest products.
3-in-1 Litter is a natural mineral that can be added to soil safely for disposal and has been known to actually improve the quality of soil. It can be disposed of in a flowerbed and makes an excellent fertilizer when solid waste is removed.Close
Most cats take to the new litter very easily. If you believe you have a finicky feline, we recommend putting a 1-2 inch layer of your existing litter on top of the 3-in-1 Litter the first time you use it. After a few days, you can slowly start to mix the litters so the new and old litters are combined. Eventually you can switch your cat to a box full of only the new 3-in-1 Litter.
Place the carbon pad at the bottom of the litter box. Spread the 3-in-1 Litter evenly across your cat litter box. Scoop solid waste like you normally would (urine clumps are naturally absorbed into the litter). Replace the litter every 2 months, depending on how many cats you have.Close