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Old 06-01-2007, 12:10 PM   #1
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Looks like this hasn't been discussed lately. Any new input on litter options and/or box?

I use Fresh Step with manual sifter and it works fine for us at home. When on the road wondering if we could improve. If we change want to try it at home first in case he "rejects" it.

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Looks like this hasn't been discussed lately. Any new input on litter options and/or box?

I use Fresh Step with manual sifter and it works fine for us at home. When on the road wondering if we could improve. If we change want to try it at home first in case he "rejects" it.

Thanks,

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Old 07-15-2007, 07:35 PM   #3
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We tried the corn cob based clumping litter in preparation for moving the cat and us aboard. It did not provide the odor control of Fresh Step, so we dumped it and went back.
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Old 07-30-2007, 02:06 PM   #4
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We use Tidy Cat Small Spaces. As my signature notes we have 4 cats and people have repeatedly commented on how there is no cat odor in the coach.

"Course scooping daily religiously also helps.
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We have a large covered cat box, Fresh Step cat litter and a large scoop. We have two male cats and they are always using the cat box. We can clean out every two days, but after that, its bad news!!

I put the used cat litter down the toilet, as a test to find out what would happen. I really don't know the outcome, as my toilet had been backing up at the bend above the tank and it seems that we've been using thick toilet paper. but that scared me enough to not use that toilet paper anymore..........We have two cats and our German Shepherd male.....they all are pals...its very cute to see them get along
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We use Tidy Cat,same we use at home,we have a large covered litter box with charcoal filter in the top.When you have an 18 lb. Maine Coon,you need all the help you can get! We would never put the litter or the solids from the box in our toilet! We keep a good supply of plastic bags,scoop out the solids asap tie up the bag and deposit it in an outside trash can.When the litter needs changing we put the used litter in a large plastic bag and again deposit it in an outside trash can.

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Old 05-27-2014, 07:25 PM   #7
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Has anyone tried putting the litter box in one of those outdoor cat enclosures that protrude from a window? I have seen pictures of them using a collapsable pet cage either suspended with cables from a J hook or off a window slide.
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