Quote by New York Exclusive Cat Veterinarian Louis J Camuti: "There is something about the presence of a cat...that seems to take the bite out of being alone".
Before you can bring your feline companion into your home, reasonable options need to be provided for his or her every day toilet routine and practical thought is to be given where the Litter Tray and Litter Tray Mat is to be placed. Also consideration is to be given what type of Litter Tray is to be purchased whether it be a Hidden Litter Tray, Hooded Litter Tray, Self Scooping or a Disposable Litter Tray.
Cats are very clean and private animals and are also very dignified in their toilet habits. In view of this, it is very important to purchase the correct Litter Tray that your feline will feel comfortable with as there is such large selection on offer. Also some Cat Parents prefer to have a hidden "Cat Litter Tray". It is better to buy a little larger litter tray than one that is too small, after all your feline needs to easily turn around in it and cover up any deposits. The weight of the litter tray also needs not to be too heavy for the pet owner to lift with regard to regular cleaning. I feel the Litter Tray should be cleaned daily which would no doubt be expected by your Feline Friend.
Cat Litter Trays
As Litter Trays come in many different designs therefore practical consideration should be given as to which one is the most suitable for your Feline Friend, whether to purchase one with scatter sides, hoods, or a rim to prevent overflow which can be unclipped for easier carrying and cleaning. We as Cat Parents need also to be given some consideration with reference to "Self Scooping Litter trays" and Disposal Litter Trays. After cleaning or replenishing of your cat's Litter Tray please ensure that there is approximately 2" to 3" of cat litter left in the litter tray especially for full grown cats.
Litter Tray Mats
Litter Tray mats are worth their weight in gold for protecting the floor for any mishaps. The mat should have a non skid backing and be big enough to trap any accidents outside of the litter tray. They should be vacuumed or washed and aired on a regular basis. Mats can be bought in various colors and designs even matching the décor where the litter tray resides.
Cat Hooded Litter Trays
The "Hooded Litter Trays" are great but unfortunately not all felines are fussed about using them so the beauty is that the hood can easily be detached until your cat feels comfortable using it. My Feline always turns around twice inspecting the Litter Tray before carrying out his daily toilet habits so it is significant that you feline has plenty of room to move around and feel safe. I presume your cat does this also? It is in your best interest to purchase one with a handle which will make it easier for transporation.
Cat Disposable Litter Trays
The purrfect litter tray for travelling is a "Disposable Litter Tray" which of course is disposable as the name suggests. Just by lining them with a Litter Tray Pan Liner Bag, deposits can conveniently be disposed of quickly and easily along with the tray. It is just fantastic to be able to dispose of everything and get a new throw away one, therefore making more time available in your busy daily living and working schedule to deal with life's administrations.
Cat Self Cleaning Litter Trays
The "Cat Self-Cleaning Litter Box" is the ultimate in litter boxes for there is no more scooping, no more litter wastage and at the same time no more odor, thus reaping savings for the Cat Parent with regard to cat litter, litter tray scoops along with liner bags and air fresheners.
Hidden Cat Litter Trays
The "Hidden Cat Litter Tray" is perrfect for small apartments where they can easily be accepted as part of the household furniture as visitors will not realise that it is actually a Litter Tray for your feline as there is no odor present.
Cat Stain and Odor Remover
It is just a fact, of being a Cat Parent that your feline will have an unfortunate accident and cannot make it to the Litter Tray in time. In the event this happens it is good to know a "Cat Odor Remover" and Cat Urine Stain remover" product is available to eliminate all traces of odors and stains. Another incident dare I say it, could be that you (the owner) has been neglectful for various reasons in attending to the cleanliness of the Litter Tray. As cats are obsessed with cleanliness your feline would not take too kindly when presented with this scenario.
As a feline's scent is 14 times more grounded than people, they can detect when the Litter Tray has not been cleaned, so Litter Tray cleanliness is indispensable. Our Cat Companions simply don't care for change, accordingly keeping to a similar kind of Feline Litter is vital whether you utilize mud, clay or crystals, however, be predictable. An additional Litter Tray is precious in the event of crises. A Litter Box Deodorizer is paw purrfect to eleminate any odors.
Felines are notable for their "urinary issues". On the off chance that your Feline Friend begins urinating outside of the Litter Box there could be a medicinal issue. Medical Issue or Conduct Issue or blend of both? The "Felines' Guardians will probably recognize and separate between the two. A brisk trek to the Animal Doctor's facility or center to preclude any urinary diseases or impediments.
Louis J. Camuti was the primary restrictive cat veterinarian. He was brought up in New York City by Italian immigrants and learned at Cornell College before getting his veterinary degree in 1920 from the now-ancient New York College Veterinary School. He built up a little animal practice in adjacent Westchester Region, then settled a moment facility on Stop Road in Manhattan. As the catlike bit of his practice expanded, he built up a mobile consultation service and in the end worked only as a house-call cat professional all through the city. Dr. Camuti was a successful representative for the feline, written work articles and media appearances. He wrote two prominent books about his life as a catlike veterinarian: "Stop Road Vet", and "All My Patients Are Under The Bed(paperback". For a long time, he additionally composed a month to month section in the veterinary journal, Feline Practice. His legacy is regarded at Cornell College's Catlike Wellbeing Center where the consultation service is named in his honor.