Toilet training tips for cats – Part 2

Toilet training cat takes determination and patience. First of all you need to make sure that you have the necessities, litter and a litter box. From here out its up to you and your new friend. My experience was with a little orange boy we named Homer. He was just the size of my hand when we brought him home to live with us. He was eating but not trained when we got him so the training began. By nature cats are very clean and fussy, Homer by nature was not. I gave him all the care I would give a new born child. I fed him, loved him, put him in his litter box, and talked to him about the importance of using it. Picking up your kitten and putting them in the litter box is the easiest way to train. It worked for Homer, he was doing fine; until I left him alone. He would not go to the litter box unless I put him in it. This went on for a while and I was becoming frustrated with him. I felt like he would never train and I almost gave him up. Then I noticed something. Homer couldn’t get into his litter box, he was too small. I quickly built a little ramp for him to get into the box and low and behold he went right in! I was so happy and proud of my little trooper. He used the box from that point on. From my experience training a kitten is time consuming and takes patience but as long as you have the proper equipment once the kitten starts to go, your home free. Cats love to be clean so make sure the box is clean at all times or they wil find a clean place to go. Good Luck!

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