Skoon Cat Litter Blog
Apart from finding the most comfortable sleeping spot for frequent cat naps, your cat’s litter box is the most significant feline real estate in the home. Location. Location. Location. And then, it’s all about how to choose the right cat litter.
The maxim “you are what you eat” certainly applies to our pets too. The key to good health is balanced nutrition and our cats need to count calories and exercise just like their pet parents. We received many emails on this topic and address some of them here.
When it comes to their litter box business, cats are fastidiously clean and private creatures. They are also very smart and very good at giving their pet parents blatant clues when there’s something wrong that results in them refusing to use the litter box. By playing detective and keenly observing their actions around the home, you’ll be able to pick up on these clues and remedy the situation.
Are your cat’s nocturnal antics driving you crazy? So many readers sent emails telling nighttime tales about their cats; the 3.00 a.m. zoomies that sound like a herd of elephants stampeding through the house. Or the 5.00 a.m., “feline alarm clock” that jumps on the bed and announces its time for breakfast, pawing the bedcovers to “help” you get up and oblige. Being busy at night and the early dawn hours is perfectly natural instinctive feline behavior. But thankfully, there are ways to get your cat to embrace your time clock.
There are many reasons for cat spats and instances of feline aggression in a home that can cause discord and sometimes serious problems. With patience and understanding, pet parents can help reduce such tension.