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Litterboxes and stray cats

Making a clean and neat transition to the indoors

MetPet.com Staff Writer

Have you adopted a stray cat?   If he has been a stray for awhile, he is used to soft dirt, mulch, ground cover, leaves or even sand.  To make the transition to commercial litter and an indoor box easier, here are a few tips. 

Use an open litterbox.   You can buy one with a cover, just leave the cover off for a few days.  Try an unscented clumping litter with a sand-like consistency and place the box in a fairly open area. 

Add a few small leaves (or tear up large ones into smaller, manageable pieces), a bit of dirt, sand or some bark mulch to the litter.  Whatever you think your new cat is used to.  If you don't want dirt from your garden with its little organisms, you can try sterilized potting soil from the garden store. 

Place an inch of litter in the bottom of the box and add a layer of the other material on top.  When you're sure he's using the box properly, you can gradually add more litter and less natural material until you're using only litter.  You can also place the litterbox cover on top if you like. 

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